5 motivational books you need to read

Need something to give you a boost of motivation? We have a rundown of the top 5 books that we think you should try. It’s a great way to end your night and wind down after a stressful day.

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MAKE YOUR BED – William H. McRaven

Want to change the world? Start with making your bed. Sounds simple enough. William takes us through the lessons that were taught in his speech about various challenges he faced during his Navy Seal training. This speech went viral and explains how everyone and anyone can use these lessons to better themselves and those around them. An encouraging and inspiring read to motivate you in your daily lives.

The power of positive thinking – Norman Vincent Peale

This international bestseller has helped readers feel inspired and achieve a sense of fulfilment in their lives. Readers have said they have felt determined to improve relationships, take control and stop worrying about small things. A positive book to boost motivation and help deal with negativity.

AWAKEN THE GIANT WITHIN – Tony Robbins

If you know what you want to achieve but are unsure how to get there, or need some motivation to push towards your goals, this book is definitely for you. Tony Robbins takes you through the lessons he has learned and shares with you ways to break through new levels in your life. A great read for those looking to start a new business or take on a new venture.

THINK AND GROW RICH – Napoleon Hill

If you’re motivated by wealth and ultimately getting rich, this one is for you. The book explains the steps you should take to encourage wealth in your life, as well as the steps we should avoid. A classic book that also focuses on life around wealth including words of wisdom that you can implement into your daily life.  

DRIVE – Daniel H. Pink

Written by Daniel H. Pink, Drive takes a look into how we can use our knowledge to ultimately work smarter and harder. Most of us believe receiving rewards is the way to feel self-motivated. However, Daniel tells us that we should direct our own lives and do better in ourselves. Give this book a read if you are looking to transform the way you think and want an insight into Daniel’s big ideas.