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Seven Books Which Can Change Your Perspective Towards Life.

Updated on April 26, 2020
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An author of the book Aggregate50 is an avid reader who ereader reading non-fiction books, especially those about self-improvement.

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Books play a very important role in our energies.

They are the treasure trove of knowledge, information, and experience.

Every author has sprinkled a pinch of magic in every book in the form of his emotions, experience, knowledge, stories, and hard work.

Books accompany us every moment we want them to be, be it at night or day. Every story has a different angle, a different tale, and a different journey to say.

They are the best mentors and friends of our life who remain with us as long as we want them to.

Today on this world's book day I am writing about six influential books that changed my perspective towards life.


  • You can win by Shiv Khera

    This book was gifted to me by my mother on my graduation day and so far is the best birthday gift I have ever have.

    The book has very prudent and motivating thoughts.

    Just like fortune cookies, each short story has a meaningful motivational thought.

    I think one should read it in a lifetime. You will feel your life is magnified while you are reading.

    The main theme of the book is to stay focused and pursue your goals.

    One specific story has been impacted me the most was the story of a balloon sellee, the story goes like this," there was a man who made a living selling balloon at a fair. He had all colors of balloons, including red, yellow,
    blue, and green. Whenever business was slow, he would release a helium-filled balloon into the air and when the children saw it go up, they all wanted to buy one. They would come up to him, buy a balloon, and his sales would go up again. He continued this process all day. One day, he felt someone tugging at his jacket. He turned around and saw a little boy who asked, "If you release a black balloon, would that also fly?" Moved by the boy's concern, the man replied with empathy, "Son, it is not the color of the balloon, it is what is inside that makes it go up." The same thing applies to our lives. It is what is inside that counts. The thing inside of us that makes us go up is our attitude."

    I read it once then twice and now I forgot the count how many times.

  • Think and grow rich by Napoleon Hill:

    This book will feel your mind with positive vibes.

    As the title suggested, this book focuses on how one can divert and control the mind so that he can achieve more.

    This book will change your life forever. It definitely changed mine.

    Napoleon Hill covers pretty much all aspects of the power of the human mind to materialize anything we desire in life. And, believe me, when I say, I have read tons of books about personal development. But so far, this book is the best.

  • Aggregate 50 by Kshitish Patro:

    This book depicted how your mind can act against you or for you, it all depends on how much control you have on your mind.

    In most of the motivational books moreover, the message is almost the same, what makes this book different from others, is the way the author conveyed this wonderful message through the protagonist wrapped in a simple lucid manner, the story is interspersed with a beautiful story which revolves around love friendship and suspense.

    The highlight of the book is its humor appeal and the simple language used by the author.

    Aggregate50 is a bedrock of inspiration that instills a strong sense of faith in yourself.

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  • The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People:

    Its impact and cultural relevance are real.

    Although the book emphasizes on 7 habits that are highly essential to adapt in our day to day life. From being proactive to sharpen the saw, points are influential.

    The two important points that I extracted from the book are, time schedule built on a weekly framework which I tried and now I am getting the results as well and the other one is the essence of self-improvement through continuous reading to live life.

  • The Secret by Rhonda Byrne:

    This book reveals the secret law of attraction.

    It focuses on how our dominant thoughts shape our life.

    I read the book after watching the documentary.

    This book teaches you how to change your life by changing your thoughts.

    The secret is a secret recipe revealed by the author to make your life more delicious than suspicious.

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  • Magic Of Thinking Big

    This book emphasis on your belief system.

    This book realized me believing in my strength.

    When you believe a thing can be done, your mind finds ways to do it.

    Other magic mantras this book had taught me is, ignore the haters.

  • The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho:

    "When you desire something badly enough, the entire universe conspires to give it to you".This catchy line from the book helped me a lot to build my determination.

    The story is knitted with metaphors, fables, and allegories. Compelling, interesting, and full of hope and positivity.

Books work for those who work for themselves. Reading a book helps you in every possible way but it depends upon you how you are implementing those principles, theories, and experiences in your life. Books plant a seed of hope inside you but it depends totally on you how you are nurturing it to get the best fruit. The more knowledge you accumulate, the more your subconscious mind will accept it and use it in your favor. For me, books act as a sleeping pill so I enjoy them during my night time to have my beauty sleep.

© 2020 Suchismita Pradhan

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    • Suchismita pradhan profile imageAUTHOR

      Suchismita Pradhan 

      3 weeks ago from India

      Thank you,Mr Umesh.

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      Umesh Chandra Bhatt 

      3 weeks ago from Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, India

      Good compilation. Well presented.

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      Suchismita Pradhan 

      4 weeks ago from India

      Thanks Chardie for stopping by.Iam glad you liked my article.

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      Chardie Cat 

      4 weeks ago from Northern Mindanao, Philippines

      Nice article. I have read The Alchemist and it was a good read. I am more of a fantasy-fiction fanatic, so I enjoy reading books along that genre. But this list is quite enticing to try. Maybe, I will give it a try. Thanks!

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      Devika Primić 

      4 weeks ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      I like this idea of your well chosen books. It is time for me to get in to it and further my knowledge on such writers.

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      Halemane Muralikrishna 

      5 weeks ago from South India

      Nice reading suggestions, Ms Suchismita, especially while anticipating future pressure of work. I would like to read at least 4-5 of the top ones.

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      Prateek Jain 

      5 weeks ago from Madhya Pradesh, India

      I read the book by Shiv Khera You Can win in 2014. I am really influenced by their thoughts and theories. Now that you have listed down some books to read. I will definitely give them a try one by one and will share my experience after completing them in the comment. Thank you for making effort to jot down these marvelous books.

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      Vikram Brahma 

      5 weeks ago from Assam, India

      My friend, it's nice that you wrote about books. Books are one of the best friends. You have describe them in short and sweet notes. By the way, I am happy to inform that two days back I have also written about books in my latest article. Out of these, four books I have gone through. Thanks for sharing.

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      Prantika Samanta 

      5 weeks ago from Kolkata, India

      Books are my constant companion and I love reading books on various topics. I have already read some of the books that you have mentioned in your hub. I find Aggregate 50 quite interesting and would love to read it soon.

      Thank you for sharing such an excellent article.

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      Nikhil Sharma 

      5 weeks ago from India

      It was the year of 2016 when I deliberately started reading books. And I must say, it was one of the best days of my life. I still remember the days when I used to read several chapters in one go without feeling bored. You're mam Suchismita mam, books enrich our knowledge and help us witness experiences through words. I'm still reading books but due to a shortage of time, I'm unable to read daily. Thanks for writing this valuable article mam. I will definitely start reading any of these books online.

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      Swati Khandelwal 

      5 weeks ago from Nainital

      I have read the magic of thinking big out of these magical books, but after going through the article i am surely going to read the other books as well. Thank you for sharing a wonderful article

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      DreamerMeg 

      5 weeks ago from Northern Ireland

      I like reading most motivational books and agree with you about Napoleon Hill. I also liked Dale Carnegie (How to win friends and influence people) and also Norman Vincent Peale (the power of positive thinking). I haven't read all the books you mentioned, so i will try and find them.

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      sowspeaks 

      5 weeks ago from Bengaluru

      Lovely article.!..being a bookworm myself enjoyed the article immensely. I have read 5 of these books and it was like a refresher going thru your description of them .2 more remain. Will definitely read them .Thank you

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