Los mejores libros inspiradores: para cuando necesite inspirarse
There have been many moments in my life when I reached a crossroads, and I felt like the entire world was caving in around me. Where do you go when you aren’t sure that there is a reason to keep moving at all?
Finding inspiration in those dark hours can be very difficult, and everyone comes to these moments in their life when they feel like they cannot move forward ever again. I’ve wasted a lot of time in these time traps, remaining stagnant and learning nothing.
Inspirational books cover a vast array of topics, and there’s nearly always a book that I can pick up to help me when I’m feeling trapped, overwhelmed, sad, or just simply lost. Inspiration isn’t always about becoming some popular or huge figure in the world; often, it’s about just finding and becoming yourself again.
Reading inspirational books more frequently brings lots of benefits in your life, including:
- Re-learn that hard work pays off, but you have to do the work.
- It’s easier to remember that you’re not alone when you find an inspiring story that connects with your own story.
- You can learn not only from your own mistakes but from someone else’s as well.
- You can more easily cope with failure and use each failure as a fresh place to grow from.
- You have a better outlook on life and your purpose in general.
Are you interested in bringing some of those benefits into your life just as I brought them into mine?
Start by reading some of the best inspirational books! The following books are all recommended as great sources of inspiration when you need something more.
Best Inspirational Books
This book is written by the founder of Pixar and is about his experience building a culture that fosters creativity.
His theory is that people are fundamentally creative, but many forces stand in the way of people being able to do their best work.
I love reading first-hand accounts about how people build great companies like Pixar and nurture innovation and creativity. This should be inspiring to anyone looking to do the same, and hopefully there will be lessons we can apply to connecting the world!
Pregunta: ¿Qué libros recomendaría a los jóvenes para estar preparados para los futuros lugares de trabajo?
Respuesta: ¡Tantos! So many de Seth Godin (Linchpin, The Icarus Deception, Purple Cow) Essentialism de Greg McKeown, Deep Work de Cal Newport, The Choice de Og Mandino, Rich Dad Poor Dad de Robert Kiyosaki, The Total Money Makeover de Dave Ramsey, No More Lunes temidos y 48 días para el trabajo que amas de Dan Miller, The 12 Week Year de Brian Moran, Will It Fly de Pat Flynn, The Traveler's Gift de Andy Andrews, QBQ de John Miller, The Four Hour Workweek de Tim Ferriss. Wow, hay muchos más, pero eso es un comienzo.
Realmente disfruté The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon de Brad Stone. Cualquiera que quiera comprender mejor la dinámica de la disrupción o simplemente obtener una mejor comprensión del sitio web que amamos, debe leer este libro.