Top 5 Self-help Books you can finish in one sitting

top 5 books to read in one sitting

1. The Power of Now : A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment by Eckhart Tolle 


Author : Eckhart Tolle

Publisher : New World Library

Publication Date : January 01, 1997

Total Pages : 229

“The Power of Now” by Eckhart Tolle’s is a transformative manual for living fully in the present, transcending the ego, and achieving inner peace by demonstrating the value of detaching oneself from the mind. In this spiritual manual the author emphasises how crucial it is to live in the present moment to the fullest and focus all of our attention and awareness. We can release regrets from the past and anxieties about the future and discover a deep sense of serenity and contentment in the Now by realising that the only true reality is the present moment.

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2. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

think and grow rich

Author : Napoleon Hill

Publication Date : January 1, 1937

Total Pages : 233

Napoleon Hill and Rosa Lee Beeland’s book “Think and Grow Rich” was marketed as a manual for self-improvement and personal growth and was regarded as a classic in the personal development field and has had a significant impact on shaping the way people see money and success. 

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3. Eat that Frog!: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time by Brian Tracy


Author : Brian Tracy

Publisher : Berrett-Koehler Publisher

Publication Date : January 1, 2001

Total Pages : 128

“Eat That Frog!” is an amazing self-help book by Brian Tracy where the author has brought up an amazing solution to most of our haphazard daily tasks and represented our biggest, most significant task, the one we are most likely to put off if we don’t take action, as ‘frog’ and the main theme of this book is all about learning time management skills and conquering procrastination. 

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4. The Psychology of Money: Timeless Lessons on Wealth, Greed, and Happiness by Morgan Housel


Author : Morgan Housel

Publisher : Harriman House

Publication Date : January 01, 2020

Total Pages : 252

“The Psychology of Money” by Morgan Housel addresses how money circulates in an economy, how emotional factors  &  personal biases influence our financial decisions and how to think more objectively & make better financial decisions.

In today’s world, we all want to manage our money and dream of becoming a millionaire overnight. In this journey, you don’t actually need any higher degree or economical knowledge or to earn a massive paycheck. All you need is to know money management and to explore your relationship with money and your thinking towards finances, the book by Morgan Housel, “The Psychology of Money” can assist you enormously.

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5. The $100 Startup : Fire your boss, Do what you Love and Work better to live more by Chris Guillebeau


Author : Chris Guillebeau

Publisher : Macmillan Publishers 

Published on : January 01, 2015

Total Pages : 304

In the shackled life of our 9-5 job, we all dreamt of resigning our job & striking out on our own start-up where we will be able to pursue our passions and devote all of our energy to our own  project, rather than serving as a grinding in a system designed to enrich other people.

“The $100 Startup” by Chris Guillebeau conveys how to escape the grind of your 9 to 5 job and launch your microbusiness for $100 or less by combining all your passion and skills and become financially self-sufficient. For anyone wishing to launch their own company, “The $100 Startup” can be considered as the only book which is basically the result of identifying 1,500 people who’ve made $50,000 or more with very modest investments, often less than $100. 

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