Winter is here and that means curling up with a good book. There’s nothing like reading a great book on a cold, snowy day. Luckily, there are so many books out there waiting to be read! Whether it’s fiction or nonfiction, these five books will keep you entertained and captivated for hours. So grab a blanket, some hot chocolate, and the perfect book for the winter season – because winter isn’t as bad as it sounds when you have a great story to go along with it.
The Leader In You
This book is about using your strengths to achieve your goals and making the most of each day. The author encourages readers to:
Be your best. You are the leader of your life; make the most of it. Take the charge! Even if it’s uncomfortable, take action! Change will never happen if you’re just sitting around.
The Power of your subconscious mind Book by Joseph Murphy
Joseph Murphy spent two years investigating ways to improve your mental well-being and emotional health. In The Power of Your subconscious mind, he explains that your inner thoughts and emotions are not always what they seem. He uses scientific evidence, practical guides, and inspiring anecdotes to guide you through the process of self-mastery and happiness. This book explains the scientific truth behind habits, breakthroughs, and how the brain works. It’s an amazing guide for anyone who wants to live a happier, healthier life.
Atomic Habits Book by James Clear
Everyone, at some point, has their own habits that they think are so important, but in reality, aren’t really necessary. James Clear breaks down how these habits have led to successful results in his New York Times bestselling book, Atomic Habits: The Simple Path to Personal Redemption. In this book, Clear explains how habits are like the force that we pull on when we’re doing something hard.
If we pull too hard, we’ll push ourselves off balance and become overly tired, unmotivated, and prone to negative habits. Clear describes five habits he used to build seven years of an eleven-figure income without sacrificing his sanity, and demonstrates how anyone can use their own habits to get ahead.
The Psychology of Money Book by Morgan Housel
Don’t ever take money for granted. Learn all about how money affects our lives, what makes us value it, why it gets so expensive, and how much you can have, or spend, without suffering regret. ow to manage money, invest it, and make business decisions are typically considered to involve a lot of mathematical calculations, where data and formulae tell us exactly what to do. But in the real world, people don’t make financial decisions on a spreadsheet.
Deep Work Book by Cal Newport
Starting off with an inspirational pick, Deep Work by Cal Newport is an insightful, motivational book that’ll kick your ass into deep work. Basically, that means that you should put away all of the social media apps for a few days and focus only on the book that you’re reading. It’s all about focusing on yourself and what you want.
Winter is the perfect time to do this because you’ve got more time to do things like brush your teeth and throw some clothes in the wash. It’s all about keeping busy. I’ve never been good at busy, but I’d like to think that I’m a pretty productive person. The key to being productive is being busy with the things that matter, and Deep Work is a book that will help you accomplish that.