I have always found that the best way to relax and sharpen the brain at the same time is by reading a book. But not any book whatsoever! There are several books that are good for a particular purpose, while there are a lot more for other purposes. In this case, I will suggest some books that will help you develop your potential. These books aren’t just self-help books that tell you to go according to a certain rhythm. These books will show you why exactly you should read them.
The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results
By Gary W. Keller and Jay Papasan
This book is extremely useful if you want to let go of every encroaching feeling that you have, while simply focusing on how to develop your potential in a very isolated way. Sometimes we tend to get overboard with a lot on our plates. This book will help us be precise in our actions.
The War of Art: Break Through The Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles
By Steven Pressfield
This book is a must for people who want to develop themselves in the creative sector. If your aim is to go through the writer’s block that you currently face, this book is going to streamline your thoughts that will allow you to break through every obstacle put before you.
Born For This: How to Find the Work You Were Meant to Do
By Chris Guillebeau
When you develop your potential, you aren’t simply doing things that you want to do. You are also doing things that you were always meant to do. Or as this book would say, born to do. Your actions, to some extent, are predestined and this book will help you go through the processes.
Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It
By Kamal Ravikant
In our meaningless struggle to find love elsewhere, we forget to love our own self. We don’t stick around long enough to be in love with our own mind and body, because we are too busy searching for love elsewhere. If you want to love yourself with the passion that it needs to climb up a hill, this book will help you develop your potential.
Exercise Everyday: 32 Tactics For Building the Exercise Habit
By S. J. Scott
This is the perfect book for those who are full of excuses when they are asked to work out. This book will help you evade those barriers that usually stop one from working out. Be it boredom, or a busy schedule this book will seek to grow a habit out of you. And as we know, it only takes 21 days to form a habit.
So, here are 5 books that would help you develop your potential in a way that other books simply wouldn’t. But you could always go looking for more- there isn’t a stop on how much you can learn.