11 Books That Inspire You to Believe in Yourself

Prachi Dharap Aug 8, 2019
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Inspiration is the driving force in our lives. The internal motivations; over time have been proven to be more effective, when trying to change your life for better. A good book gives you this inspiration that will help you believe in yourself.

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Pippi Longstocking, a children’s fictional book by Astrid Lindgren teaches you that having a childlike, unbiased and bold attitude in life is sometimes necessary for self discovery.
The Little Prince is children’s fable by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry; it gives many insights about why you should listen to your heart, to see the world clearly.
Christmas Carol, a classic novella by Charles Dickens gives you hope, that best is yet to come. It also makes you believe that there’s good in everyone.

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The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho has “Destiny’ as a theme of the book. It drives you to explore your own destiny and leaves you with a sense of gratitude.

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A Man Called Ove; novel by Fredrik Backman shows you that friendship has the power to change the messy life to one filled with love and warmth.
What I Know For Sure is a self-help book by Oprah Winfrey. She talks about how self-care is important before you care for others.

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So Good They Can't Ignore You by Cal Newport will make you feel more in control of yourself, and motivate you to do everything well.

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The Happiness of Pursuit by Chris Guillebeau makes you believe that no dream is unattainable.
Choose Yourself! by James Altucher tells us of a few basic habits for your physical and emotional well-being.
Managing Oneself by Peter Drucker asks us necessary questions for self-realization.

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Zero to One, a business book by Peter Thiel and Blake Masters keeps your hope alive. It speaks of how we can face the future challenges.