Seven books of 2021 which help me a lot.

Good day, and welcome back to readinghabit.net. I hope everything is going well for you. Foremost, best wishes for the New Year! I hope you had a successful year in 2021 and wish you the same in 2022.





Today, I’d like to discuss seven books that I believe helped me significantly in changing my life. 2021 has been an excellent year for me, particularly in reading. People say that you can avoid mistaking my two ways either you learn from your past mistake or by reading books. Reading nowadays has become a part of life. So, I will not waste your time, let's begin.


James Clear's Atomic Habit This is a remarkable book in which each technique will help you form healthy habits and break bad ones. After reading these books, it is beneficial to use a variety of approaches. Reading will be enjoyable for you. Your life may change as a result of this. One thing I took away from this book is that good habits take time to develop. They are not straightforward, but this book will teach you how to use them.


"Goals are good for setting a direction, but systems are best for making progress."



Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad, Poor Da I wish I had known about this book when I was in my twenties. I would not have made all my financial mistakes at such an early age if I had known what I know now. This book will show you how to define assets and liabilities correctly. Read this book as soon as possible to prevent making financial blunders


“Some people are terrified of snakes. Some people are terrified about losing money.”



Mark Manson's Subtle Art Of Not Giving A Fuck I like this book because it's written in a way that makes me believe it's funny and provocative. I'd say it shook me up in a good way and made me think like nothing other. Written with such force and personal impact on me, I couldn't help but notice this book, which is essentially about how we don't have to live life the way that others prescribe, and that we don't have to be concerned with everything that happens in the world.


“Don’t just sit there. Do something. The answers will follow.”



Morgan Housel's The Psychology of Money In our lives, money is extremely important. This book is about how we fundamentally think and act about money. This book taught me a lot about why protecting wealth is more important than creating wealth. This book contains numerous examples from which I learned. Good investing, according to Morgan Housel, is defined as avoiding bad decisions. You must read it at least once in your life.


“Spending money to show people how much money you have is the fastest way to have less money.”




Tim Ferry's 4-hour workweek has helped me to create automation in my business and personal life. How can you accrue wealth while using as few resources as possible? This book is very productive because it contains many examples from Tim Ferry's life and business that can help us think about it. This Will Create a Self-Question was one of the books that shook me for a week, but that question will help you develop a good life.


“If you are insecure, guess what? The rest of the world is, too. Do not overestimate the competition and underestimate yourself. You are better than you think.”





Peter Lynch's Learn to Earn book assisted me in my stock investing. I'm looking for a basic understanding of stock investing because I've previously invested but lost money, and I don't want to make the same mistake again. This book taught me how to choose a strong fundamental company and how they operate. One of the most important lessons I learned was to understand the entire business by reading the balance sheet and company profiles before investing in stocks if you believe the company is worth investing in its stock.


“People who succeed in the stock market also accept periodic losses, setbacks, and unexpected occurrences. Calamitous drops do not scare them out of the game.”




12 Rules of Life by Jordan Peterson I'm not sure what to say about this one. The book is about a life lesson that you will learn, and it is a very important life lesson. Every rule in this book gave me a valuable life lesson. You must read this book at least once in your life, in my opinion. If you want to learn more about this book, I've included a link to the book's blog below, so you can quickly grasp what the book is trying to express.





“RULE 4 COMPARE YOURSELF TO WHO YOU WERE YESTERDAY, NOT TO WHO SOMEONE ELSE IS TODAY”




There are more books to talk about, but these seven really helped me a lot in life. I will share my thoughts with you this year also. Enjoy your life and keep reading until then. Thanks, the flock's reading to the Sharath Bangera blogs, readinghabit.net! I hope you love this blog. I have been a reader for a long time, which led me to start a blog about online book bloggers in India. I chose to go through the best-selected books for enthusiastic readers and started my review line, known as, "online book review by Sharath Bangera."



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