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Most Inspirational Books Of The Year 2021

The year 2020 had so much to teach us. Yes, although it’s been a few months into 2021, the battle we all fought is still fresh in the minds. Although things have not yet resorted to normal, we all are racing ahead with positivity.

As we all look forward to the year ahead with hope, these are some books that surely will motivate you further.

  1. Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us
    This particular is all about challenging the common notion i.e external rewards. Contrary to the belief of many rewards never really motivate an individual, rather than fizzle out once the prize fades off. The author Daniel H. Pink breaks down the necessary elements required for human motivation and an honest approach towards life.
  2. Think Like A Monk
    Jay Shetty became a monk when he was about to graduate from college, and three years he left the path to share his experience with others. This particular book chronicles his time as a monk and teaches fellow readers how they can forge ahead in life by overcoming negativity and channeling inner calm.
  3. Big Magic: Create Living Without Fear
    The author of City of Girls, Eat, Pray, and Love brings another masterpiece for you. The book is specifically designed for all those who suffer from creative block. Elizabeth Gilbert has very carefully detailed how you can handle them and opt for an innovative way to unleash your hidden potential.
  4. Drop The Ball: Achieve More By Doing Less
    If you fall under the bracket of people who find it difficult to walk paths at equal aplomb, then fret not. The book “Drop The Ball” is just what you need. Neatly penned down by Tiffany Dufu, the book helps you figure out the important things in your life, and break the loop of constant work.
  5. Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience
    We have often wondered “What is the secret to true happiness”. Well, in short, it is keeping in tune with the flow. The author Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi explains clearly how to control the positive state and find your inner genius. This book here is for all those who still are far from finding happiness in life.
  6. Soulpreneurs
    Soulpreneurs is another major book that can answer all your questions at ease. The author Yvette Luciano, an Australia-based Life Coach stresses community, collaboration, and courage. Thus, for all those looking for an anchor for your current work schedule, the book can guide you well!
  7. The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life
    Habits help you achieve your true potential easily. This is what the award-winning author Charles Dunhigg believes in. In his book, “The Power of Habit” he has thus emphasized how extra knowledge can help you steer ahead in life for the better.
  8. Judgment Detox
    Gabrielle Bernstein has come up with a thought-provoking novel that helps access negative assessments with a six-step practice. The book focuses on the Emotional Freedom Technique for inculcating positive thinking in yourself and thus helping you sail through tough times.
  9. The Art Of Showing Up: How To Be There For Yourself and Your People
    This book in particular is for all of us who leave friends behind once the career path takes centerstage. With the help of this book, you can learn how to maintain deep connections with people even in this hectic life. A life guide we all need today.
  10. The Happiness Advantage
    For all those who feel happiness lies in hard work and success, this book is like a user guide. The author Shawn Achor carefully spills the beans and leads readers to the path of true happiness by focusing on productivity, creativity, and resilience.
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