Our mind is our most powerful tool. We can use it to build or destroy our path. So, is it important to train your mind to help you more toward building your future path and not destroying it? Yes, of course! Now, you must be thinking that is it even possible?
Yes, you can train your mind to use it’s potential to the max. There are several techniques and tricks to develop this capability sooner. Here are the five best books which will help you to train your mind and expand your thinking.
1. Thinking, Fast And Slow by Daniel Kahneman
A book, coming from world’s famous psychologist and nobel prize winner, gives a tour of the mind and talks about the two systems that drive the way we think. From the challenges of framing risks to different kinds of influence on our thoughts and behaviours, this book covers everything. This book will empower you with the knowledge of choosing when and when no to folow your intutions.
2. The Future Of The Mind by Michio Kaku
Through this book, the readers will learn about the top laboratories where research on the human brain is going on. The author talks about the future of the world. Some day we will be able to convey our thoughts just by eating ‘smart pills’. This is an extraordinary book which will expand the boundaries of your imagination.
3. The Art Of Thinking Clearly by Rolf Dobelli
This book talks about the traps that almost all of us fall in our everyday life. Also, it will teach you how to make your way out of those traps. We often follow what everyone does, afraid of getting excluded. This book makes you confront your habits and fears. This book also helps in judging our errors and avoiding them.
4. How Successful People Think by John C. Maxwell
This book helps you in developing the perfect thinking of a leader. What this book actually introduces to its readers is the right model of the thinking. When you will read this book, you will realise that how changing ones thinking is hard and takes time, and worth it all at the same time.
5. Blink: The Power Of Thinking Without Thinking by Malcolm Gladwell
Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking will change the way you look at the world. The author talks about how some instant decisions are not just the result of a few seconds but something more than that. This book highlights the difference between a decision-maker and a brilliant decision-maker.
There are five books which can help you to cross all the limits that you have created for your own mind. Pages after pages, these books will expand your boundaries of thinking making you a better decision-maker and a better time investor.
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