5 books to read for the overall success

Updated: Aug 31

What we think day in and day out is what manifests in our external world. We say that thoughts should be avoided but what if, we can understand that even the thoughts that we experience can be molded and in this way, we do not have to experience any clashes in what goes in our internal and our external world.

The real success that one can experience is when one can get to dazzling heights, both in material and spiritual worlds. What a luster is for gold, is what is spirituality for material success. For this very purpose it is imperative to read good books that can increase the knowledge to be successful in the quest of finding success.

Following are the 5 books that has helped hundreds of thousands of people around the world to succeed:



  • Bhagavad Gita: This book will certainly not fail you. It has answers for possibly all your life questions and even beyond. Big and successful leaders across the world vouch for it.It is the biggest gift for the mankind as it is a life manual on how to crack the code of success. Bhagavad Gita was recited to Arjuna, a prince of Kuru clan by the Divine personality Lord Krishna himself, in the midst of a deadly war of kurukshetra. It is certainly a one stop solution for all the problems that rises in our day to day life.

  • The Power of your Subconscious Mind by Dr. Joseph Murphy: It is by far the best book on understanding our subconscious mind as a concept and to materialize our desires how so ever impossible it might seem to be, by using the power of our subconscious mind. A lot of real life incidents of successful people have been explained in this book. This book describes about the laws of attraction in depth and how can any and everyone benefit by fine-tuning with the laws of attraction in order to experience success.


  • Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki: A very important book to understand the finances and its management in the present world. A lot of methods have been explained on how to understand the assets and liabilities involved in our day-to-day finances. The book mainly deals with achieving financial freedom wherein, we don't have to work and slog day in and day out to achieve money. The real incing in the cake in the book is the in-depth discussion about passive income, which hold a great importance in the present scenario.


  • The monk who sold his Ferrari by Robin Sharma: This book is loaded with life lessons. The book deals with Julian Mantle, a very successful lawyer who due to circumstances sold off his assets which included highly looked up to Ferrari car. He set off for Himalayas where he learnt about deep meanings of life from the sages of Sivana. This book beautifully explains about the deepest beauty of life and how in our day-to-day turmoils do we ignore the greatest gifts of life.

  • 7 habits of highly successful people by Stephen Covey: The book in itself is the very embodiment of success. Rather than just being desirous of success, Stephen Covey in this book shows us the path to achieve the success. The books also talks about the 4 quadrants involving two parameters 'important' and 'urgent' which talks about setting our priorities.

Apart from the above mentioned books, there are also numerous other books which may be useful for achieving success. The reason of mentioning above five books in this segment is that, personally they have contributed in clarity of thoughts and understanding the very concept of success.

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