So, what’s your plan for 2021?
Well, would you lie on your couch, video gaming, feeding yourself with loads of junk(food and content) in the next 365 days to come?
Doing nothing but daydreaming, so-called socializing on digital-tools, and spending the rest of 2021 complaining about almost everything?
Wait! I’m not going to get harsh on you. No, not at all! After all, I’ve spent a good long-time doing the same.
I know how it feels when you’re not living the life you want to live. It sucks when your life is just passing by, outside of your control. When you’re not living every moment of it!
That’s why I’m here to help you get out of laziness, negative self-perception, and low self-esteem.
So, even if your answer is a yes, remember you are valuable, important, and distinctive. Just like any other creature in this universe, you have your OWN uniqueness, which sets you apart. I just want you to know that you’ve way more potential than you think you have. The only difference is to get to know yourself better and start working on it.
Let’s begin with small tasks. Maybe as small as reading a single self-help book in the whole of 2021. Not that difficult, right!
Listen, no matter how hard it might seem to you, Just give 15 minutes of your daily routine to a self-help book, and see the impact it’ll have on you.
Gradually but surely you’ll experience the power of healing, transformation, and growth within yourself!
Today, I’ve come up with one of the best self-development book for you to read in 2021. Although it was published in 1989, but its considered one of the classics in self-development category.
Here we go!
“The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People”- by Stephen R. Covey
If you’re trying to find happiness around yourself, you should better stop looking for it. Because true happiness and contentment lie within yourself!
It’s just the game of perspective. The way you look at things. No matter how they actually are! You’ll learn this and more life-changing lessons from “The 7 Habits of Highly effective People” by Stephen R. Covey. This one is my all-time favorite self-improvement book to read and recommend.
This book has a history of sparking up individual brains. You can read the reviews on this self-help book and find out the positive impact it’s created on many beings.
The main message it gives is the power of control you have over yourself. If, for instance, you’ve had a bad incident at work. You don’t let it control your whole day. You simply can’t let it ruin your mood, energy, and performance at work.
“You have to learn to invest your energies in productive things“
Moreover, letting go of stressful situations will save you a lot of trouble and valuable time. Yeah! I know it’s more difficult to do than said! But at least you can try.
“Life is another name for thriving! You keep on learning, experimenting, and implementing new things until you master them one day. “
Do you remember the time when you were a kid and not able to speak? What happened then! Well, you learned to speak. More precisely, you learned it with time and your environment. This is the simplest example I could give to prove that you can do a lot more! And that nothing is impossible for you!
“You don’t have to be good to start … you just have to start to be good!”- Joe Sabah
Another great thing about this personal-development book is it doesn’t really tell you about the apparent habits of successful people. It doesn’t tell you to wake up early, to exercise daily, to meditate, to set some serious goals for yourself,….
No, it simply doesn’t force anything onto you. It just plays a role in your self-awakening process. This self-help book focuses on the mindsets of highly influential people. Their standard for dealing with certain problems-as one might call them. But for them, they are not even considered as problems. They don’t waste their energies upon small issues.
Stephen R. Covey provides you with the content capable of igniting a spark within yourself. The words, powerful enough to stir your perception towards life, people, and situations. You’ll get to read some serious callings- strong-enough to wake you up from a dull, and ordinary life.
On an ending note, I heartily recommend you to read this personal-development book at-least once in your life. If it’s possible, set a small goal for your 2021, to complete reading it. Put the rest into the years to come. You’ll feel the spell of this powerful, awakening, and conceptual self-help book.
If nothing else, It’ll definitely play its role in kickstarting your vision-development.
“Last but not the least, you’ll discover yourself somewhere between the pages of this impactful book. Just as I discovered myself!“