Nurturing a reading habit while pursuing studies is a bit difficult task to manage for many of the students as there are projects, assignments and semesters that students have to keep up with. However, some books shape our ideologies, feed our soul, mind, and spirit, and stay with us forever to keep the negative energy at bay and help us to remain focused and motivated. In case if you are not familiar with similar kinds of books then here is your chance to know about some of them.

It always pays, in the long run, to read self-help and personal development books since as long as you can begin. It doesn’t matter much whether you are doing a study in the USA or in any other nation as to complete your assignments, you can always seek help from online sources. Also, there are sites that can help you to do your coursework and help you in managing your timeline in a better way. Find help completing your coursework here is the best place to prepare for college exams.

Different books that are a must for every student to read before completing their education include –

  • "The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck" by Mark Manson

This book is basically a guide to stay positive in life and achieve your dreams. The author Mark Manson tells you in the book to stop caring too much about everything. And in order to be successful, you should not just be in love with the end result, but even the struggle of the process that comes with it. The book has a conversational tone and easy to digest.

  • "Rich Dad Poor Dad" by Robert Toru Kiyosaki

This gem of a piece of work offers great financial advice for the millennial crowd. It’s a must-read for college students before completing their education. Listing down 6 fundamental principles about money, the author shares his experience of growing up with 2 father figures. One who invested well and the other who barely managed to make his and his family’s ends meet. This book tech on how one can invest in the future and make the most from saving a small proportion of amount from the salary on a regular basis.

  • "The Kite Runner" by Khaled Hosseini

The Kite Runner is the story of two boys and their heartbreaking friendship. The author Khaled has skillfully put together a tale of betrayal and redemption. The narrator, Amir, visits his homeland to rescue his childhood friend’s son. The book shows how our childhood choices continue to affect our adult choices.

  • "To Kill A Mockingbird" by Harper Lee

Any English, Art or Literature student pursuing study in the USA or Britain is already likely to have To Kill a Mockingbird book in their course curriculum. The book revolves around the theme of racial beliefs. Making you question your set of beliefs and the prejudices, it keeps you hooked on to it till the last page.

  • "The Happiness Project" by Gretchen Rubin

This beautiful work of art by Gretchen gives the reader a step by step idea to create their own happiness project. The bestselling author has brought together this book after dedicating a whole year of her life tracking behavior and habits that bring the feeling of happiness in him.

  • "Girlboss" by Sophia Amoruso

There is always a spark in every one of us, who keep motivating us to get out of the comfort zone and become a boss. Girlboss is something which tells us about the story of an online clothing company and the girl boss empire. It is a must read the book for young and college women to get some inspiration and empowerment.

  • ‘Looking for Alaska’by John Green

If you are among those, who like to read surprising, funny, exciting, clever and tragic books, then there is a possibility that your search will end up with “Looking for Alaska”. The author of the book has framed the book in such a manner that you will find, ‘loss, love, guilt, redemption and friendship’ all at one place.

  • "Eat That Frog! 21 Great Ways To Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time" by Brian Tracy

Brian Tracy is renowned over the world for her work in the field of psychology of success. Being one of the bestseller authors of the decade his work in the book is widely appreciated and translated into over 40 languages. The book effortlessly explains about boosting your productivity once and for all.

Conclusion

The self-help book is a must read for students who would like an insight over how to be practical in life, get your priorities straight, plan your schedule and produce the highest efficiency within the deadline set by you or your client. Create some space on your study desk for these incredible books that are believed to have transformed the lives of many readers.

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