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This book is about a new approach to affairs and responsibilities that will make your life easier, and you - happier.

In the modern world, apart from virtual attacks, the incessant flow of workers and personal requests, we are faced daily with a choice: which of our hobbies to spend time on, what projects to do, where to go to study ...

How to change the rhythm of life, get rid of all unnecessary and find your own way, says the writer and business coach Greg McKeon. His advice will be useful to anyone who does not have enough time for the most important.

2. Be the best version of yourself

Anyone can become outstanding, whatever he does. After all, it is not what you do that is important, but who you are.

This conclusion was made by Dan Waldsmith, who investigated more than 1,000 stories of ordinary people who have succeeded in business, science, politics and sports. It turned out that they all had several similarities, about which the author tells.

This book will inspire you to new achievements in work and any other areas of life. You will learn why you are not where you want to be, and how to fill life with incredible opportunities.

3. Important years


Someone calls the years from the twentieth to the thirtieth the second youth, someone - the beginning of adult life. Dr. Meg Jay, a clinical psychologist, argues that this is the most important decade in a person’s life.

In her opinion, during this period one should seriously think about work, love, physical and intellectual development. A clever and constructive book about years that can not be wasted.

You are waiting for real life stories and fresh scientific research. As well as observations of psychologists, sociologists, neurologists, economists and top managers involved in personnel policy.

4. Dreaming is not bad

Bestseller with 35 years of experience on how to make dreams come true. This legendary book will help you discover your strengths and hidden talents, and then chart the path to your goal and accomplish your plans.

Barbara Cher is sure: becoming a creator of your own life is easier than it seems. You just have to be bolder: dream, read, do.

The book is really admirable (for good reason it was published in 1979 and is still popular). It is written to make you a winner. A person who gets what he wants.

5. The development of willpower

The book is for those who want to learn self-control and become the master of their own destiny.

Famous American psychologist Walter Michel tells how to develop willpower and apply it when faced with daily challenges: the need to lose weight, quit smoking, prepare for dismissal and other important issues.

The publication is in the top 100 Amazon.com in the "Cognitive Psychology".

6. Mindsight

Many people suffer from "mental traps": obsessive states, mood swings, anxiety, unpleasant memories. How to get rid of these problems and become a happy person?

Psychiatrist Daniel Siegel talks about an important skill that can change your life for the better. This skill is the ability to focus on one’s inner world and to disengage from the “autopilot” - ingrained irrational habits.

Real stories from the book prove: we have the power to change ourselves, our brains and our lives.

7. Memory does not change

Neuroscientists argue that there is no good or bad, short or long memory. There is a memory well or poorly trained.

“Improving memory is not only possible, it’s also interesting,” says psychologist Angels Navarro. You will agree with this statement when you see exciting exercises to train the brain from this book.

Performing them, you will not only train your memory, but also develop other cognitive abilities, including attention and thinking.

8. Source of energy

This book will help get rid of overwork and stress. The author, an expert on productivity, tells how to stay energetic for 15–19 hours of wakefulness and not feel fatigue.

Working days will no longer seem too heavy and busy, and in the evenings you will be active enough to pursue personal goals.

The book is for everyone who wants to keep up at work and find time for family, leisure and hobbies.

9. Easy way to stop postponing things for later

This book will be useful to everyone who constantly postpones difficult and unpleasant activities, and then tries to do the impossible in one day.

The well-known psychologist Neil Fjörk has relieved his clients of procrastination for 30 years now, and he believes that the tendency to postpone matters until later is a symptom of deeper phenomena, namely, loss of motivation and perfectionism.

Recommendations from the book will teach people who are frightened by the mere thought of starting home repairs or completing a working draft.

10. Never Eat Alone

The author of this book, the magazine Forbes called "one of the most sociable people in the world." And for good reason: Kate Ferration is a networker No. 1. He, like anyone else, knows that the most important skill in business (and not only) is the ability to build relationships.

Kate argues: "Of course, creating an extensive network of relationships is not the only thing that is required for success, but if you build your career and life with the support of friends and acquaintances, then this is an indisputable advantage." The book is recommended to read to anyone who wants to openly and sincerely communicate with people, while building a network of useful contacts.

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Thank you very much! Most of the books I have not read, will be where to start in 2018. Thanks again!

Thank you very much for your selection. I already read most of the books, but I saw the “Easy way to stop postponing things for later” only thanks to you.

Morning magic

The morning rituals offered by the author of this book have helped tens of thousands of people change their lives, feel better and do more. From the book you will learn how the first hour of the day determines your success and allows you to reach your full potential. Change how and when you wake up and how you spend the first hour - and you can change your life.


The book is written on the basis of a course to strengthen the willpower of a lecturer at Stanford University. She is sure: willpower can be trained like muscles. The more often you train, the easier it is to use.

100 ways to change life

A collection of inspiring stories about how to change life for the better, from a man who managed to expand his own life by 180 degrees. Our colleague Larisa Parfentieva began to conduct the same heading on our website. Readers immediately began to leave feedback, and the idea appeared to publish a book. Recently, the second part of the “100 ways” was published, where Larisa shares her own author techniques.

Come out of the comfort zone

Book number 1 on self-development. It is translated into 40 languages. Purchased more than 1,200,000 copies. This book made Brian Tracy who he is now - a star and a guru for anyone who seeks efficiency. The book tells how to achieve solutions to complex problems, leaving the comfort zone.

Psychology of persuasion

This is a real encyclopedia of conviction, a series of effective and ethical methods for all occasions from the author of the world bestseller "Psychology of Influence." This book will talk about psychological techniques, the use of which will help you at work and in communicating with loved ones. Studying strategies of persuasion from a scientific point of view, you will be many times more effective to communicate.

On the limit


7-day intensive personal development from Norway's leading coach, Eric Larssen. The book tells about the program Hell Week, which can perform any person, no matter where he worked. It starts at 5 am on Monday and ends on Sunday evening. You will feel better, do more, be energetic, proactive and positive.

Why no one told me this at 20?

What to start from, starting your own business? Where to find a new idea? How to learn to solve problems? What to work on and what to spend time and effort on? Author Tina Silig talks about a non-standard approach to solving business problems, breakthrough thinking and innovation in business.

Between right and want

Who among us did not ask the question: “How can I find my true vocation?” El Luna describes him as a crossroads between “must” and “want.” “It is necessary” is what we should do, as it seems to us, or what others expect of us. “I want” is what we dream about deep down. The bright book will inspire you to find and follow your true calling.

Emotional Intelligence 2.0

Previously, success was associated more with intelligence, bearing in mind the mind, ingenuity. But studies have shown: the main feature of successful people is a high level of emotional intelligence. It is he who determines the effectiveness of their interaction with people around them and with the world in general. Developing this skill will make it easier to find contact with people and make better decisions.

More books on self-development are here.

Dreams and goals, motivation, brain and intelligence, productivity, psychology and communication, time management, willpower - this is not all topics. We still have many, many interesting things 🙂

A fresh selection of the best books on self-development - by reference.

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2. Vadim Zeland "Transurfing Reality"

Transurfing is an esoteric teaching on how to manage reality. According to the author of the book, the world is multivariate, and a person who is aware of his desires and controls his attitude to the world is able to independently choose the desired scenario for himself. But for this you need to be goal-oriented and positive-minded. Here are a few rules, following which, you can learn to control reality: to live as your own soul dictates, to listen to your heart, not to succumb to someone else's influence and not to accept imposed goals, not to fight against anyone and anything, including yourself, and take what life offers, not to be afraid, but to act, to find your goal and calmly and persistently move towards it. How to put all this into practice, the author shows in detail with examples.

3. Andre Doll “Mental Traps. Nonsense, which makes reasonable people to ruin their lives "

A well-known Canadian psychologist and philosopher, a professor explains why one cannot break the biblical commandment: there is a time for everything. Because in this case we fall into the so-called mental traps. Their danger is that they prevent us from living in peace, joyfully and productively, because they force us to behave inefficiently and illogically. And the author counted eleven such peculiar obstacles on our way. Here is one of them: perseverance - when we continue to do things that have lost all meaning (to live in a marriage, to maintain unnecessary relationships, to perform unloved work, to watch a boring movie, or to finish reading a stupid book), because once we have been told that any thing need to complete. And also amplification, fixation, reversion, anticipation, delaying and other interesting concepts that you want to understand in order to better understand yourself have fallen into the list of mental traps.

4. Vladimir Levy "The cure for laziness"

The book of a famous psychotherapist and psychologist captures from the first lines. Written with humor, permeated with energy, it really helps itself to heal and help its loved ones to overcome this monster. The author fascinatingly tells about all types of laziness inherent in adults and children, gives clear medical and psychological recommendations, including for cases when a child does not obey, does not want to learn. It is worth reading this book to learn how to get rid of boredom and depressive moods, learn how to get joy from every day you live and ... stop being a workaholic.

5. Valery Sinelnikov “Love your disease”

Psychologist and psychotherapist Valery Sinelnikov has long been known as the author of original psychological methods by which many people were able to get rid of diseases, achieve well-being and simply learn to enjoy life. The very name of the book itself suggests that the proposed approach to healing is not trivial. The author shows what negative emotions lead to, teaches how to interact with your subconscious mind in order to gain good health, peace of mind and joy of existence. Here are the unique exercises.

6. Robin Sharma "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari"

The book, which has become a bestseller, tells the amazing story of a successful lawyer, Julian Mantle, who managed to overcome a spiritual crisis with the help of Tibetan culture. Immersed in an unaccustomed world, he learned simple and wise rules and learned to live according to them: think positively, follow his vocation, believe in the power of his mind, value time - our greatest wealth, cherish relationships with loved ones, but the most important thing is to live here and now.

Robin Sharma, like the hero of his book, also began his professional career as a lawyer, but soon realized that his vocation was not in this, but in creating his own concept of self-improvement, helping us to become better, more successful and happier.

7. Tal Ben-Shahar “Paradox of Perfectionist”

An American psychologist who has been studying the topic of happiness for many years has come to the conclusion that the tendency toward perfectionism prevents being happy. Of course, in itself, the desire to do everything perfectly, can not cause respect, but the main thing is not to go to extremes. Because then the problems begin. The perfectionist, with all his striving for perfection, is distinguished by conservative and inflexible thinking, he is afraid to make a mistake and become the object of criticism. Happiness, in his opinion, is a clean, uncluttered stream of positive emotions, which is fundamentally wrong. Allow yourself to admit failure and accept negative emotions, because this is part of our lives. Become an optimalist, that is, a positive perfectionist who enjoys not the result, but the process of achieving it, does not look for flaws, but focuses on the merits, is not afraid of mistakes and listens to criticism, knows that it’s impossible to feel and realize happiness without testing .

8. Sharon Melnik "Stress Resistance"

In our time of total stress, the importance of this book is hard to overestimate. Most of us experience continuous mental and emotional pressure. Meanwhile, an expert on stress tolerance from Harvard offers 100 techniques to help achieve calm and equanimity. With their help, one can not only maintain self-control and a sober mind in difficult situations, gaining psychological stability, but also learn to see in stressful situations not only negative sides, but also new opportunities. According to the author, there are only three ways to get out of stress: you need to change the attitude to the problem, your physical reaction to the problem or the problem.

9. Daniel J. Eumen "Fitness for the brain, or how to become smarter"

In order to feel good and look great, we run in the mornings, walk a lot or work out in the gym. In order to enjoy our reflection in the mirror, we make masks, peeling and meticulously choose creams. But doesn't the brain require the same constant and diligent care? Even as required! Meanwhile, it is often as if we purposely do everything in order to cause irreparable harm to him. We are not getting enough sleep, we are overstrained at work, we live in a state of stress, we don’t eat right, we consume liters of mental stimulating drinks. As a result, predictably we get depletion of the nervous system and depression, failures in career and in personal life.

Fortunately, from this "bottom" you can still get out with the help of a unique system of recovery of the brain, developed by Dr. Aymen. It includes a responsible attitude to their own nutrition, and taking vitamins, and physical activity, and gymnastics for the mind. This book can change your life for the better.

10. Harry Lorain “Supermemory. The development of phenomenal memory "

The book includes two psychological bestseller Harry Lorain, the famous brain researcher. He developed a unique system for developing mental abilities that allows using not 10 percent of brain resources, as it usually happens, but all 90! Having mastered this system, you will notice not only increased observation, heightened attention, increased ability to concentrate, but also a phenomenal improvement in memory, imagination, and creative potential. Moreover, the proposed method is relatively simple and accessible, it’s not for nothing that the author called it “a technique for the lazy”.

The first part of the book is devoted to the basic techniques and ways of storing large amounts of information. The second is the use of acquired skills in everyday life.

So, the top 10 interesting books on self-development:

  1. «Как привести дела в порядок.Искусство продуктивности без стресса». Эту книгу написал Дэвид Аллен, и он точно знает, как наладить жизнь и изменить её к лучшему, не разрушая нервные клетки. Многие сталкиваются с такими проблемами как неорганизованность, нехватка времени, частые опоздания и оплошности. Всё это мешает подниматься вверх по карьерной лестнице, портит отношения с друзьями, влияет на личную и семейную жизнь. The author of the book tells how to learn to be more organized and collected, to increase the effectiveness of your activity, to put your thoughts in order. Emphasis is also placed on relaxation, which, according to David, is the fundamental principle of the life of any modern person.
  2. "How to work four hours a week and not hang around in the office" from call to call, live anywhere and get rich ". The long title of this book by Timothy Ferris is hard to remember, but you don’t need to do this, it’s important to read everything and get to the bottom of it. Of course, instantly quit the routine work and become independent will not work, but you will learn a lot of new and interesting things.
  3. "How to fall in love with anyone". This book, written by Leil Lowndes, is worth reading for every single woman who dreams of getting married and meeting the one and only. The author will reveal all the components of the formula of love that will help you to win the sympathy of absolutely any person. Leil shares with his readers proven and universal techniques that allow him to master the magic of the senses perfectly and turn any friend or lover into a friend, lover, assistant or new client. You can find out how to find the ideal and get to know it, what the relationship should be, what to say and how, how to behave on the first and subsequent dates, and much more.
  4. "Willpower. How to develop and strengthen ", Nellie McGonigal. Willpower is the real driving force that will lead you through life only forward and help you achieve your goal under any circumstances. Sometimes weakness prevents us from becoming successful, and such hindrances manifest themselves in various spheres of life: in maintaining shape, career, relationships with parents, in personal life. Often stress, emotions or fears do not allow us to pull ourselves together and act. Nelly offers several strategies and techniques, having mastered which, even the most weakly character and emotional person will learn to manage their desires, thoughts, feelings and sensations. After reading the book, you will feel stronger and more confident and can change your life for the better. Moreover, the proposed methods do not have gender differences and will suit both men and women.
  5. Dale Carnegie, who became famous throughout the world, wrote several works, but the book became the most popular and went down in history. “How to win friends and influence people”. And although it came out on the eve of the 21st century, when the whole world was expecting global changes, its concept remains relevant to this day. After reading this piece of Carnegie interpersonal relations specialist, you can get answers to important questions for many people. How to survive in this ever-changing world and stay human? How not to lose the trust of loved ones? How to make real friends and not lose the existing ones? All this you can find out by spending your time reading.
  6. "Games People Play. People who play games" Eric Bern. This is one of the most significant works in psychology, dedicated to human relationships. The author has developed a whole system that is able to free a person from the oppression of standards and life scenarios that affect behavior. Eric emphasizes that you do not need to play with others and with yourself, you need to get rid of prejudices and understand the true nature of people’s communication with each other, find out the motives of both your own and others' actions and actions and understand the causes of frequent disputes and conflicts.
  7. "Rich dad, poor dad". The author of this book, Robert Kiyosaki, laid the foundation of two almost opposite principles of education based on the financial aspects of life. He contrasted his father, who worked as a civil servant, and his father's friend, who became the richest businessman in the Hawaiian Islands. While still a boy, Robert chose the path of his friend's dad and did not lose, although his own parents taught him something completely different. The author talks about what middle-class people never say to their children. He teaches readers not to work for money, but to strive for money to work for them and literally go into the hands of an endless stream. And the basic principle of Robert may seem very strange: he believes that almost all children in schools do not receive really useful knowledge about how to earn and enjoy life, and not fall under the oppression of needs.
  8. "Come out of the comfort zone". This book, written by Brian Tracy, was translated into forty languages ​​and has become one of the most popular, which proves that more than 1.2 million copies have been bought. The comfort zone is what surrounds us and provides peace of mind. But often such self-established framework limits the activities and makes it difficult to achieve success. Brian himself once left his comfort zone and radically changed his life, and it was this that allowed him to become successful and famous, to win the respect and love of millions of people. If you want to achieve more, read the book and start acting today.
  9. "Know the liar by the expression of the face". The author of this book, Paul Ekman, knows exactly how to recognize a person by his facial expressions, and he shares such useful knowledge with his readers. Of course, reading will not turn your world upside down, but then you will learn how to literally read thoughts on facial expressions, reveal lies and see what others do not see.
  10. "Cash Flow Quadrant". This book was written by Robert Kiyosaki, already known to you, and it is worth reading. And the essence and the main idea of ​​the author is to know in which sector it is better to work and when. And if you find your niche and take it, you can learn how to make money without effort and avoid unnecessary expenses. The book is written primarily for thinking people who are ready for global financial and professional changes in order to move from an outdated industrial sphere of activity to a modern information one, because the future is there.

These were the most interesting books that are worth reading for those who are engaged in self-development or just want to change something in themselves and their lives.

Books for self-development - TOP 10 for pumping

We have prepared a chic selection of books for self-development. It’s hard to reveal a secret, but to get results and returns, it’s not enough to just read them. Need constant work on yourself. Perhaps you should also pay attention to another interesting collection that everyone should read, 26 books on psychology, an exciting 10, on entrepreneurship and motivation.

1. "1 page per day: diary for creative people"

Author: Adam Kurtz

About the author: Adam works as a graphic designer and artist in New York. Manages his own online store of gifts and souvenirs.

About the book: diary for creative people. Each page is not like another - one page for each day. It encourages daily surprises, observations and actions that are different from those you have done before. One day she will ask you to learn how to draw, the other - to describe the birthday from your childhood, and the third - nothing at all (write anything). This notebook, diary or self-development book may become your partner or companion for the whole year.

Chip books: new idea every day. It broadens the mind, motivates on actions that you may not have committed before.

Who is she for: for creative, seeking new experiences, wanting to diversify their lives.

2. “Transcend: Nine Steps to Eternal Life”

The authors: Raymond Kurzweil, Terry Grossman

About the authors: Raymond is an American futurist who develops devices for increasing life expectancy and speech recognition tools. I am convinced that in the near future the human brain will not be able to keep up with the development of computers and science, as a result of which it will cease to understand them. Terry founded a medical center in Colorado. Explores nutritional supplements and methods for slowing aging.

About the book: did you know that you can reduce the death rate due to heart attacks among men due to sex? This is proven by a study by a renowned British medical journal. In the book you will find a lot of most interesting studies like this. Transcend provides proven steps to improve your health. You will learn how sleep affects human brain activity, how to simplify the life of your digestive system, how to establish a healthy diet, how to relax effectively and many other useful and interesting things.

Chip books: step-by-step instruction will improve your well-being and increase the number of active years of life. Many interesting studies that confirm most of the conclusions of the authors.

Who is she for: recommend to anyone who enjoys or leads a healthy lifestyle.

3. “Whole Life: Key Skills for Achieving Your Goals”

The authors: Les Hewitt, Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen

About the authors: Les is a famous American business trainer who has been exploring the field of goal setting and goal achievement for over 30 years. The creator of an effective system of concentration and focus on the goals. Jack Canfield founded Chicken Soup for the Soul (“Chicken Soup for the Soul”). He is the co-author of the book series of the same name (more on Wikipedia). Mark is the creator and co-author of the publication Chicken Soup for the Soul, a famous coach.

About the book: you will not meet the magic wand with Harry Potter and are unlikely to learn anything new (if you have read a lot of useful information and watched educational videos before). The main advantage of the publication in the competent and clear structuring of the material, which can easily be used right now. The authors point out the main problem, the obstacle on the path of each person to success - the lack of a permanent focus on the important. 10 strategies will inspire you, help you concentrate on the main things every day and develop good habits.

Chip books: Each chapter provides step-by-step instructions on how to achieve the goal, charges, inspires and motivates. Use it as a “magic pendal” and a roadmap on the road to success.

Who is she for: for anyone who wants to reach the top in business and personal life. From the series "Required to read."

4. “Be the best version of yourself: how ordinary people become outstanding”

Author: Dan Waldshmidt

About the author: a well-known business strategist, a popular speaker and founder of the Waldschmidt Pastners company of the same name. Permanent member of the ultra-marathon, one of the best sales bloggers (version of Dow Jones).

About the book: perhaps one of the best books on self-development. Dan analyzed his life path, thanks to which he derived 4 qualities inherent in successful people:

  • successful people are willing to take risks, but deliberate and deliberate,
  • successful people are always disciplined and stick to it in everything
  • successful people are generous and do it from the heart, and do not expect to get something in return,
  • successful people get along well with others.

Dan with examples (his and others) shows how ordinary people achieved and achieve success. He confirms that success can be achieved through perseverance and perseverance despite its annotation to the publication: «Everything you knew about success is wrong. Set goals. Work a lot. Be persistent. You can repeat this recipe for success, even if you wake up at night and ask. And it does not work - neither for you, nor for anyone else. ” Maximum effort and continuous learning. Read in one breath.

Chip books: makes you look at your life, actions, views from the side (sometimes extremely unpleasant) and begin to act, change, be the best version of yourself. No "water". Use as a "magic pendal."

Who is she for: We recommend reading it to everyone who is moving forward and constantly evolving. From the series "Required to read."

6. "This year I ...: how to change habits, keep promises or do what you have long dreamed of"

Author: M.J. Ryan

About the author: popular author of best-selling self-development and psychology, business coach, founder of the publishing house Conari Press.

About the book: every person at least once said to himself: “Tomorrow I will start doing ...” or “In the new year I will be ...”. According to statistics, only 8% of people actually perform what they had planned. The rest find a lot of reasons not to do it. This edition is very similar to the previous one - to achieve success it is necessary to develop useful habits. Ryan identifies 5 main stages to fulfill his dream (92% of people give up their dream at one of these points):

  • preliminary thinking - at this stage it is not clear how the final goal looks like and we are not able to formulate it precisely,
  • pondering the problem - think how to do it,
  • preparation - we decide to do it soon,
  • action - we begin to act,
  • sustaining action - we will realize our plans until we do this.

The whole book is built around 5 main stages. This is another roadmap in your hands for the implementation of the planned. Despite the easy submission, a lot of work on himself (6-9 months, according to the author). For some, it will seem a lot, but for the majority - is negligible. The simple truth is that life is a marathon, not a sprint. Want to achieve results - be prepared to work.

Chip books: teaches how to set goals and achieve them. Lots of examples and practical exercises.

Who is she for: for those who want to change themselves for the better, get rid of bad and acquire good habits.

7. “Midas' Gift: Why Someone Are Wealthy, Someone Are Not”

The authors: Donald Trump, Robert Kiyosaki

About the authors: Donald Trump is a billionaire media personality, writer, founder and president of one of the world's largest construction companies, the Trump Organization. Robert Kiyosaki - businessman, writer, investor. He is the author of dozens of best-selling books on financial literacy, the creator of the world-famous Money Stream learning game.

About the book: self-development books are not conceivable without Robert Kiyosaki. Donald and Robert for the first time share their experiences in one book. The name of the publication “The Gift of Midas” can be misleading, for the gift is given from birth. Here, the authors tell on the example of the fingers of one hand what skills and knowledge are needed to achieve business success:

  • thumb - strength of character
  • index finger - concentration,
  • middle finger - brand,
  • ring finger - relationship,
  • little finger - little things matter.

After reading the book, you will understand or become better aware of what skills you need to develop in order to achieve success in business. The authors provide a direction rather than a ready-made instruction. All material is presented in a fascinating and easy manner. Read in one breath.

Chip books: You will learn what needs to be developed to achieve business excellence. Vivid examples from the life of Donald and Robret (both achieved success and lost everything, but then achieved even more) perfectly complement the recommendations of the authors.

Who is she for: for beginners and professional entrepreneurs.

8. “A monk who sold his Ferrari: a story about the fulfillment of desires and the comprehension of fate”

Author: Robin S. Sharma

About the author: Canadian writer, a popular specialist in motivation, personal productivity and leadership in America.

About the book: a fictional story about a millionaire lawyer who, after a heart attack, decided to change his life. He sold all his possessions, including the plane and the Ferrari, and then went to India in search of answers to numerous questions. After some time, he returned, rejuvenated, finding peace of mind and harmony. What happened to him and how from a person with a pre-infarction condition, he turned into a sporty, healthy, and most importantly peaceful, happy person? Read easily and naturally.

Chip books: the author in an exciting style tells how to find spirituality, peace, cleanse thoughts from unnecessary things and live in harmony with oneself and others.

Who is she for: We recommend reading to everyone without exception.

9. "Turn on the charm according to the method of the special services: recommendations from the FBI"

The authors: Jack Schafer, Marvin Carlins

About the authors: Jack is an FBI special agent in the past, and for nearly 20 years he taught colleagues influence and persuasion techniques. Founder of the company for training law enforcement officers and security services. He wrote a number of books and articles on psychology. Marfin is the author of a number of psychology bestsellers, worked for more than 20 years in Singapore Airlines.

About the book: In short, the book shows how to make friends with any person. You will learn how to recognize the verbal and non-verbal signals of other people. How many times to improve their communication skills, learn to find a common language with others. Each technique was used in practice by a former secret service agent, whose task was to recruit ambassadors and spies of other states in the interests of the United States. Read in one breath. Fascinating and informative.

Chip books: no theory, only practice from a former FBI agent (20 years of practice) with personal examples. Simple tricks will allow everyone to achieve the location of any person.

Who is she for: for sellers, parents and anyone who wants to form friendly relations with others.

10. “Fast reading: how to memorize more, reading 8 times faster”

Author: Peter Camp

About the author: Питер Камп основал одноименную компанию по обучению скорочтению. Сам Питер обучил многих сотрудников крупных компаний, Белого дома и бизнесменов. Разработчик уникальной системы скорочтения, занимается этим более 20 лет.

О книге: великолепная книга для саморазвития навыка скорочтения. Питер доказал, что скорочтение – это навык, а любой навык можно натренировать. In just 6 weeks you will master all the tricks, paying 20-30 minutes a day to the exercises from the author. After a week you will read 30% faster and more efficiently absorb information. The publication has everything you need for your preparation: simple exercises, a checklist (to track the results) and descriptions of each lesson. With this edition you can quickly explore all the books for self-development.

Chip books: simple, effective and interesting exercises.

Who is she for: We recommend the book to absolutely everyone, without exception. From the “Required Reading” series.

1) "Rich Dad, Poor Dad", Robert Kiyosaki

The book is based on 2 opposite principles of education on problems related to finances, which Robert will take from his father - the state. employee, and from the father of his close friend Mike - an entrepreneur who eventually became the richest man in the Hawaiian Islands. Small, he chose the road proposed by the father of that friend ("Rich Dad") and achieved financial independence. At 47 he “was able to leave his business and switched to educational observation.” According to this book, “If you want to be successful and happy — don't go to school,” education is your business. “J.P.Morgan” put the book “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” to mandatory reading for all millionaires ”

2) "Cash Flow Quadrant" Robert Kiyosaki

The book tells why some successful people work less and earn more, pay less taxes and feel more financial independence than others. The essence of the book is to understand and realize the thinking of rich people and go to their successful side.

3) "7 skills of high performance people" Stephen Cowie

Stephen Covey, is the author of the book "7 skills of people of highly effective people." He proposed a new look at leadership and management. This book outlines a general approach to its personal effectiveness. Covey defined skills as a slice of knowledge, skill, and desire. His 7 skills are written according to the continuum of personality maturity: from dependence (“You took care of me”) to independence (“I myself am responsible for my actions”) and further transition to interpersonal dependence (“We can do it together”).

3) "7 skills of high performance people" Stephen Cowie

Stephen Covey, is the author of the book "7 skills of people of highly effective people." He proposed a new look at leadership and management. This book outlines a general approach to its personal effectiveness. Covey defined skills as a slice of knowledge, skill, and desire. His 7 skills are written according to the continuum of personality maturity: from dependence (“You took care of me”) to independence (“I myself am responsible for my actions”) and further transition to interpersonal dependence (“We can do it together”).

4) "To hell with it, grab and do" Richard Branson

Richard's book is the manifesto of his life, actions, risks. The credo of the book is to take everything possible and impossible from this life. It means not being afraid to do what you really want. With all this, it does not matter at all whether you have enough knowledge, life experience or education. Life is too short to waste time on things that you are not interested. If the head on the shoulders and ambition overwhelm the heart, any goal will be within reach. If you like something - take it and do it. Do not like it - throw and no longer think about it.

The book will bring you a huge charge of positive, wisdom and faith in their own capabilities.

3) "7 skills of high performance people" Stephen Cowie

Stephen Covey, is the author of the book "7 skills of people of highly effective people." He proposed a new look at leadership and management. This book outlines a general approach to its personal effectiveness. Covey defined skills as a slice of knowledge, skill, and desire. His 7 skills are written according to the continuum of personality maturity: from dependence (“You took care of me”) to independence (“I myself am responsible for my actions”) and further transition to interpersonal dependence (“We can do it together”).

4) "To hell with it, grab and do" Richard Branson

Richard's book is the manifesto of his life, actions, risks. The credo of the book is to take everything possible and impossible from this life. It means not being afraid to do what you really want. With all this, it does not matter at all whether you have enough knowledge, life experience or education. Life is too short to waste time on things that you are not interested. If the head on the shoulders and ambition overwhelm the heart, any goal will be within reach. If you like something - take it and do it. Do not like it - throw and no longer think about it.

The book will bring you a huge charge of positive, wisdom and faith in their own capabilities.

5) “Think and Grow Rich” - Napoleon Hill

If you want to learn how to go through all the obstacles and achieve success, then read this great book. For many years she was a bestseller in America and detained 42 publications there. But to this day the book of Napoleon Hill changes people's lives. It will give you a clear plan on how to achieve success in life. And you will need it in any business.

6) “How to make friends and influence people” - Dale Carnegie

The most famous and popular book by Dale Carnegie - "How to make friends and influence people" - a vivid collection of practical lessons and tips, as well as life stories under the slogan "Believe that you will succeed - and then it will work."

In fact, the book is quite old, but psychologists are still studying it and are repelled from the materials of this remarkable book.

7) “How to work 4 hours a week and at the same time not hang around in the office“ from ring to ring ”, live anywhere and be rich” - Timothy Ferris

Timothy Ferris in this book will describe to us about his philosophy of life, which has recently become very popular. People living according to this philosophy do not give life for later, they do not work until they are blue and do not want to deprive themselves of all the joys of life before they become successful. They know perfectly well what they need, know why they live, but this cannot prevent them from enjoying their life, because they know perfectly well how to cope with life, and how to succeed.

Read and enjoy this useful, in all respects, book!

3) "7 skills of high performance people" Stephen Cowie

Stephen Covey, is the author of the book "7 skills of people of highly effective people." He proposed a new look at leadership and management. This book outlines a general approach to its personal effectiveness. Covey defined skills as a slice of knowledge, skill, and desire. His 7 skills are written according to the continuum of personality maturity: from dependence (“You took care of me”) to independence (“I myself am responsible for my actions”) and further transition to interpersonal dependence (“We can do it together”).

4) "To hell with it, grab and do" Richard Branson

Richard's book is the manifesto of his life, actions, risks. The credo of the book is to take everything possible and impossible from this life. It means not being afraid to do what you really want. With all this, it does not matter at all whether you have enough knowledge, life experience or education. Life is too short to waste time on things that you are not interested. If the head on the shoulders and ambition overwhelm the heart, any goal will be within reach. If you like something - take it and do it. Do not like it - throw and no longer think about it.

The book will bring you a huge charge of positive, wisdom and faith in their own capabilities.

5) “Think and Grow Rich” - Napoleon Hill

If you want to learn how to go through all the obstacles and achieve success, then read this great book. For many years she was a bestseller in America and detained 42 publications there. But to this day the book of Napoleon Hill changes people's lives. It will give you a clear plan on how to achieve success in life. And you will need it in any business.

6) “How to make friends and influence people” - Dale Carnegie

The most famous and popular book by Dale Carnegie - "How to make friends and influence people" - a vivid collection of practical lessons and tips, as well as life stories under the slogan "Believe that you will succeed - and then it will work."

In fact, the book is quite old, but psychologists are still studying it and are repelled from the materials of this remarkable book.

7) “How to work 4 hours a week and at the same time not hang around in the office“ from ring to ring ”, live anywhere and be rich” - Timothy Ferris

Timothy Ferris in this book will describe to us about his philosophy of life, which has recently become very popular. People living according to this philosophy do not give life for later, they do not work until they are blue and do not want to deprive themselves of all the joys of life before they become successful. They know perfectly well what they need, know why they live, but this cannot prevent them from enjoying their life, because they know perfectly well how to cope with life, and how to succeed.

Read and enjoy this useful, in all respects, book!

3) "7 skills of high performance people" Stephen Cowie

Stephen Covey, is the author of the book "7 skills of people of highly effective people." He proposed a new look at leadership and management. This book outlines a general approach to its personal effectiveness. Covey defined skills as a slice of knowledge, skill, and desire. His 7 skills are written according to the continuum of personality maturity: from dependence (“You took care of me”) to independence (“I myself am responsible for my actions”) and further transition to interpersonal dependence (“We can do it together”).

4) "To hell with it, grab and do" Richard Branson

Richard's book is the manifesto of his life, actions, risks. The credo of the book is to take everything possible and impossible from this life. It means not being afraid to do what you really want. With all this, it does not matter at all whether you have enough knowledge, life experience or education. Life is too short to waste time on things that you are not interested. If the head on the shoulders and ambition overwhelm the heart, any goal will be within reach. If you like something - take it and do it. Do not like it - throw and no longer think about it.

The book will bring you a huge charge of positive, wisdom and faith in their own capabilities.

5) “Think and Grow Rich” - Napoleon Hill

If you want to learn how to go through all the obstacles and achieve success, then read this great book. For many years she was a bestseller in America and detained 42 publications there. But to this day the book of Napoleon Hill changes people's lives. It will give you a clear plan on how to achieve success in life. And you will need it in any business.

6) “How to make friends and influence people” - Dale Carnegie

The most famous and popular book by Dale Carnegie - "How to make friends and influence people" - a vivid collection of practical lessons and tips, as well as life stories under the slogan "Believe that you will succeed - and then it will work."

In fact, the book is quite old, but psychologists are still studying it and are repelled from the materials of this remarkable book.

7) “How to work 4 hours a week and at the same time not hang around in the office“ from ring to ring ”, live anywhere and be rich” - Timothy Ferris

Timothy Ferris in this book will describe to us about his philosophy of life, which has recently become very popular. People living according to this philosophy do not give life for later, they do not work until they are blue and do not want to deprive themselves of all the joys of life before they become successful. They know perfectly well what they need, know why they live, but this cannot prevent them from enjoying their life, because they know perfectly well how to cope with life, and how to succeed.

Read and enjoy this useful, in all respects, book!

8) “Psychology of lies” - Paul Ekman

Relying on a huge household, experimental material, Paul analyzes the phenomenon of deception from the point of view of a new modern psychological science. You will learn about what features of behavior, facial expressions, speech and gestures betray the lie of the speaker. This book is an amazing educational tool for lovers of psychology including non-verbal gestures, social psychology. In addition, this is a practical guide for those who are not going to become a victim of deception and psychological traps in any sphere of life.

9) “How to make anyone fall in love” - Leil Lowndes

In this interesting and fun guide, a well-known expert in psychology of relationships, Leil Lowndes will consider 6 important ingredients that make up the formula, six assembled parts that, as science has said, make you crazy and make almost anyone in love.

The author shares his knowledge of 85 proven tricks that will help you master the magic of love in order to capture the hearts of men or women.

10) "Your neighbor is a millionaire" - Thomas Stanley

Why am I not so rich? Many people constantly ask this question: we work for a day, we have a good education, we have average or high incomes. Why are there so few rich people around us? How do they become rich and successful? What are they doing? Where to invest their money? Where to buy? Can I get rich? Answers to these questions and many other questions can be found in this book.

And finally, I want to recommend you an article: 10 best books on psychology.

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