Bestselling Books To Guide You Toward Success

If you want some morals, inspiration, success stories and business ideas, this book is for you. Which is How to Win Friends and Influence People, Think and Grow Rich, The 7 Habits of highly effective people, Good to Great, Rich Dad Poor Dad and so on. These books are bestsellers and full of inspiration. You won't feel let down if you spend your time reading these books and learn some tricks on how to manipulate people with your looks and talking manners.

1 - How to win friends and influence people 
written by Dale Carnegie.

How to win friends and influence people

How to Win Friends and Influence People was written by American writer Dale Carnegie. Book published in 1936. This book has sold over 30 million copies worldwide and become the best-selling book of all time. The book is easy to read and a great example.

2 - Think and grow rich 
written by Napoleon Hill.

Think and grow rich

Think and Grow Rich is written by American author Napoleon Hill. Published in 1937. book for personal development and self-improvement. The book listed Lifetime "Must Read" Books List and became a bestseller. 13 "Principles" listed in the book you should read this.

3 - The 7 habits of highly effective people 
written by Stephen R. Covey.

The 7 habits of highly effective people

The 7 habits of highly effective people was published in 1989 and written by Stephen R. Covey. Book for business and self-help. Since its first publication the book has sold more than 25 million copies worldwide. Books are very realistic and great ideas to win our own self.

4 - Good to great 
written by Jim C. Collins.

Good to great

Good to Great written by Jim C. Collins. Book for management. The book was published in 2001.The book sold 4 million copies and is the best selling book. This book has nine chapters which detail how the companies transition from being and becoming good companies to great companies.

5 - Rich dad poor dad 
written by Sharon Lechter and Robert Kiyosaki.

Rich dad poor dad

Rich Dad Poor Dad is written by American businessman or author Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter. Published in 1997. Rich dad is based on his friend's father who lives a wealthy life and poor dad is Kiyosaki's own father who always says worked hard all his life. You see defiance in both fathers' thoughts of life.

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6 - Thinking, fast and slow written by Daniel Kahneman.

Thinking, fast and slow

Thinking, Fast and Slow is a nonfiction book written by Daniel Kahneman. Published in 2011. This is the best-selling book and won a number of awards: National Academy of Sciences Best Book Award in 2012, Globe and Mail Best Books of the Year 2011 and so on. You can learn from this book the psychology behind economic behavior.

7 - The magic of thinking big 
written by David J. Schwartz.

The magic of thinking big

The Magic of Thinking Big was published in 1959 and written by David J. Schwartz. The book is best for self-help. Book sold over 6 million copies worldwide in 2015. This book improves your ability to know yourself and if you want to reach the top then you must read this book.

8 - Zero to one 
written by Peter Thiel.

Zero to one

Zero to One written by the American entrepreneur Peter Thiel with his co-written author Blake Masters. Published in 2014. Eight points you can learn with this book. This book is best for startup and innovation.

9 - Atomic habits 
written by James Clear.

Atomic habits

Atomic Habits: an easy & proven way to build good habits & break bad ones is author James Clear. The book will be published in 2018. Best book for self help and bestseller. This book is realistic and easily explains  the work of human behavior.

10 - The lean startup written by Eric Ries.

The lean startup

The Lean Startup written by Eric Ries. Published in 2011. The book is a bestseller and translated into more than thirty languages. You can learn how to build a strong startup for your business growth. This book has 5 principles of learn startup. You should read it at one time in your life.

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