Updated: Nov 6, 2020
Finding Flow - The Psychology Of Engagement With Everyday Life by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
People are happiest when they challenge themselves with tasks that demand a high degree of skill and commitment, and which are undertaken for their own sake. Instead of watching television, play the piano. Take a routine chore and figure out how to do it better, faster, more efficiently. In short, learn the hidden power of complete engagement, a psychological state the author calls FLOW. Though they appear simple, the lessons in Finding Flow are life-changing.
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
I recommend this book to everyone who has dreams of living an adventure. Because life is an adventure. It’s the possibility of having a dream come true that makes life interesting.
The Subtle art of not giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
Life is simple unless you make it difficult. There are many things in life you don’t need to pay attention to and this book shows you how to do it.
Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap … and Others Don’t by Jim Collins
Collins, the bestselling author of Built to Last, and his team of researchers identified 11 elite companies that made the leap from simply “good” to “great” performance. By introducing us to the time-tested business ideas of Level 5 Leaders, The Hedgehog Concept, and A Culture of Discipline, Good to Great offers leaders a complete framework for success. If there exists a must-read business book, this is it.
Inner Engineering - A Yogi's Guide to Joy by Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev
Sadhguru’s Inner Engineering:A Yogi's Guide to Joy presents the western readers with a path to achieve a complete sense of well-being through yoga for the very first time. In this philosophical book, Sadhguru narrates his own story of his awakening, right from childhood to his time as an avid bike rider when he had crossed the Indian subcontinent on his motorcycle. Read this book and get inspired by Sadhguru’s life and teachings.