Which are good motivational books?

Isaac Q.
'Why has nobody told me this before' by DR. JULIE SMITH. This is a self help books. This book helps to balance our emotions, how deal with ups and downs, helps to understand ones emotional state and motivates the person with low mood to how to cope up with your loss or emotions. The book also has various psychological activities.
Joless N.
idk the english title but i’ve found these books pretty useful “L’arte di passare all’azione – G. Krech” and “Ikigai – B. Lemke”
Nikhil A.
"Shrimad BhagvatGita" is the best motivational book and also it will also add some values in your life which change your way of thinking and this book also have some more solutions of the problems that you will face in your future. As this book is like a conversation between two man in which one man asking life problems which he is facing and second one reply all the problems of first one.
Caroline Y.
Myślę że bardzo motywującą książką jest star wars battlefront II ponieważ pokazuje że jeśli będziemy bardzo chcieli to mimo wielu przeszkód, trudności i strat możemy osiągnąć naprawdę wiele…
Pamiętaj chcieć znaczy móc!
Ale pamiętaj też: "Nie, nie próbuj! Rób albo nie rób nie ma próbowania!'
Ana C.
Home of the brave is a very good book and you can just read it for hours and hours. Of course there are a lot of good books
Rudolf J.
Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta is the best book ever!! It is a universal book for everyone who tend to live his life in a correct way!!
Mariane I.
A good motivational book is the one that instigate you to move, the one thats push you out of the inertia and make you think and wonder and challange you to make a difference
Lena T.
I personally love Girl in pieces its not motivational its more on the sh side but its a really good book if you relate to this stuff
Ella G.
All I f the Jen Sincero books!!! She is my mentor and coach through her books!! I would start with “You are a Badass” and continue through her series. At the back of her book are suggestions for more reading and I read them all too! Great for any situation you could be in!!
Ash L.
The common thing between all motivational book are that they give very good advices and motivation. But the most important thing to look out for a good motivational book is how one can relate with it. It depends on personal experiences what might be good for one might not be understandable to other as they don't have experience of similar situation. The best books are a one which can be relatable to majority of the people daily life experience.
Lavya O.
Usually I prefer reading books that are fiction and fantasy related but some good motivational books I have read are "A guide to happiness" "the subtle art of not giving a f**k" "who moved my cheese" and many more…. happy reading!!
Bence X.
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. Filled to the brim with interesting metaphors. It’s a short book – 179 pages. You can read it in one sitting, or do it like I did and read it in segments on different days. It will feel like you’ll learn something life-changing every time you open it.
Andrea E.
I found motivational Nietzsche. Sound strange, but when you understand what he's telling you there's no limit on what you can do
Lillian O.
The four agreements change your outlook on life. And although it seems weird to mention Robert Green. His ways of human nature really make you see things for what they are and not idolize people/ situations. (Not exactly motivational though so maybe not this one). The other one would be books stoicism. Key insight. And although this is not a book dead poets society is a movie I'd recommend. Just realized my recommendations are all quite morbid stuff. But that's nice in it's own way yeah? Really helped me PERSONALLY so take it with a grain of salt. Ok non morbid stuff. Legally blonde is a pretty good movie that's motivational and not so morbid.
Selma Y.
I never read any motivational book but in my English text book there was a story king and the spider and never losd hope thats it
Filipo P.
My example of a good motivational book will surprise you it's fiction because they make you happy so !?😀Keep smiling 😁
Sophie J.
They are books that you can enjoy, ones that you love. for instance I love the Heartstopper graphic novels by Alice Oseman, and a lot of her other books I have read like Solitaire.
Shelby T.
I think the most motivational book is the Bible. And there are also a lot of Christians who write books on living a healthy life, like self care, exercise, nutrition, etc.
Annelouk I.
my favoutire two are: 1. nice girls dont speak up to learn some communicative tips
2. will it make the boat go faster, how to do things using an elite sporters strategy
Jaque A.
1_The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
2_The 7 Habits of Highly Effective people
Books by Sean Covey
I heard they're really good and motivative so you can start reading them as they're highly recommended
2_The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck
Book by Mark Manson
Some people say it's boring but personally I enjoyed it.
So that it enjoy
Curtis C.
I don't know about any motivational books specifically. I believe that discipline is more important than motivation because it's temporary
Severin X.
Motivational thoughts of kalam is the best book ever. It has lot of motivational words that inspire us and take forward in our life.
Si G.
How to spot a liar, on Libby app. Gave me insight on why and how tactics from manipulators took my kindness for weakness. To help me to not only judge unit also in myself.
Mary N.
Well I might say that ‘The only study guide you’ll ever need’ by Jade Bowler is great for students. I read it and I have always had extreme anxiety towards school to the point I would feel an anxiety attack approaching whenever anyone mentioned school. But this book helped me a lot. The writer is easy to relate to and there are some motivational speeches that Jade gives. Some of her words have really stuck with me. It’s one of my favourite books.
Neide A.
In My Personal Opinions I Think that
1)'Atomic Habits' by James Clear
2)The Alchemist By Paulo Coelho
3)Wings Of Fire By A.P.J Abdul Kalam
are Really Motivating
Yolanda X.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" by Stephen Covey

It is written to be inspirational and motivating, and it uses real-world examples and anecdotes to distill seven basic tips that you can use in your life to achieve success. It's easy to read and, more importantly, easy to learn from

Ayati I.
I don't read motivational books, I prefer space books. I read them whenever I have time to distract myself from negative things.
But this is what I follow:
"If you want to love others, I think you should love yourself first."
"Remember self-love is not selfish it is important"
Have a nice day
Kulshum W.
There is nothing in this outside world which can motivate you unless you inner self want to do it.
Speaking of the book I think "The story of my life" a biography of Helen Keller is a very good motivational Book.
Andrew T.
The richest man in Babylon by George S. Clason and Don't believe everything you think by Joseph Nguyen are the books that I recommend for motivation.
Felix E.
Cinderella secret, it makes me think of my future life and what is my passion and my dreams it makes me think of what I am going to do in the rest of my life
Ruben Z.
Though I read it a very young age, a book that stayed with me forever and is still there in my present actions is "The Little Prince". I have never forget, specially, that one is forever responsible for what one have tamed." Not a fan of so called "Self help" literature, later in life I found the books of Terry Pratchett (Discworld) both entertaining and motivational with plenty of what human nature is, covered and dissected through non-human characters.
Annika F.
All it takes is a goal by John Acuff, Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport, Barking up the wrong tree by Eric Barker, 101 Essay that will Change the way you think by Brianna Weist 🙂