Best personality development books for students

Here at Gyaanseeko, we earnestly aim for the overall development of students. So, we are presenting Best personality development books for you guys. All these books have achieved a level of a cult among the readers, and have given a sense of awakening to numerous people.

“Personal development is the belief that you are worth the effort, time and energy needed to develop yourself.”

Denis Waitley

Personal development is a habit, and the best part is it’s not something you get since birth, but attain by practice.

So here is the list of Best personality development books for students :

1. Think and Grow Rich – By Napoleon Hill

Written 80 years ago, this book still is one of the top picks by the readers in terms of self-development books. The principles of this book are still intact after 8 decades. Based on events of life of successful people like Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, etc, it gives a very good perception of how to think and find opportunities even in the opposite situation.

“The way of success is the way of continuous pursuit of knowledge”.

Napoleon Hill

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Think and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill

2. The War of Art – By Steven Pressfield

Focusing on the concept of resistance, this book tells how it is an obstacle for us in the way of becoming more productive and delivering the masterpiece we are capable of. A reader can read it as a novel, as a development book or in any other way, but it surely will be worth your time.

Be an entrepreneur or just a ‘casual’ reader, this book is a must-read.

“The most important thing about art is to work. Nothing else matters except sitting down every day and trying.”

Steven Pressfield

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The War of Art – Steven Pressfield

3. Rich Dad, Poor Dad – by Robert T. Kiyosaki

Based on events of the life of Robert Kiyosaki, this book makes one realize the need for financial education. Telling the difference between the teaching of his own father( The poor dad) and his best pal’s father ( The rich dad), Robert points out how rich people think of creating money options. Knowing what is a liability and what is an asset. It is important for one to find out how liability can be turned into an asset.

The poor works to make money, while the rich make money work for them.

“Workers work hard enough to not be fired, and owners pay just enough so that workers won’t quit.”

Robert Kiyosaki

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Rich Dad, Poor Dad – Robert T. Kiyosaki

πŸ‘‰ Also, Check out our pick of Best Motivational Books For Students

4. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck – By Mark Manson

Do you stress over what other people think of you? Or if your friends will be impressed by your new flex or not? Then my dear friends you are giving too many f*cks. Mark tells in his book how we care too much about just every other stuff. Through a very witty and humorous tone, he points out very impactful facts about our daily living methods.

Rather than just being positive all the time, it’s good if we just sometimes accept the things as they are. This releases the burden from us about, how it should have gone, and just be in what it is.

“Who you are is defined by what you’re willing to struggle for.”

Mark Manson

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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck – Mark Manson

5. Thinking, Fast and Slow – By Daniel Kahneman

Based on decades of psychology research, this book focuses on two modes of thinking on which the human brain works. Intuitive thinking, which is fast and logical thinking, which is slow. It’s a good read for you to understand how these two modes of thinking work. It tells you where to and where not to follow the intuition.

By knowing these two modes you can make better decisions about what to choose and what not to. It’s a must-read if you want to learn about cognitive thinking or just about the human brain and psychology.

“Nothing in life is as important as you think it is, while you are thinking about it.”

Daniel Kahneman

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Thinking, Fast and Slow – Daniel Kahneman

6. Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World – By Cal Newport

Deep Work by Cal Newport is a book focusing on the ability to do great work in a short period of time. Instead of working for hours with lesser attention and focus, deep work tells how a similar task can be achieved in a short period of time. This is a great read for any productivity enthusiast and certainly one of our top picks for Best personality development books.

As they say, work smart not hard.

“Who you are, what you think, feel, and do, what you loveβ€”is the sum of what you focus on”

Cal Newport

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Deep Work – Cal Newport

7. The 5 AM Club: Own Your Morning. Elevate Your Life – By Robin Sharma

One of my personal favorite writers, Robin Shama delivers an amazing knowledge about all the benefits of waking up at 5 am. With all the successful entrepreneurs following his methods and this particular book, who are his clients too, there is no doubt about the validity of this book. I am among the followers of this book and it surely boosts your productivity by tons.

It tells you about how the morning is the best time to exercise your – body, brain and soul. Each one of them is important every day for giving you a sense of completeness and happiness. If you are looking for a book to boost your productivity, this is the one.

β€œIf you sense your life’s a mess right now, this is simply because your fears are just a little stronger than your faith.” 

Robin Sharma

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5 AM Club – Robin Sharma

We hope this list of Best personality development books will give your personality boost. And remember all the books, podcasts, quotes, videos will not bring the change in you until you decide to do so.

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Great list