Read books no matter whether in print or digitally but do. Reading is not just an hobby, it is an approach to improve your cognitive skills, they expand your view of the world around and widen your vocabulary.
You must be possessing your own list of must-read books, but today we share our best picks that every college student must read. Check out the list-
The Seven habits of highly effective people by Stephen Covey
The most famous book in this series is this book by Stephen Covey where he explains the seven habits which seem a bit obvious at first, but soon you’ll realize that how we don’t follow them in our daily lives. Unable to decide your pathway to success? Give it a read once!
How to be successful in present day world by Pradeep Chaswal
This book was written after intense research and to enlighten the masses to achieve success in today’s’ world. This book explains how one can climb the ladder of success ethically.It provides you the footsteps follwing which you can avoid both the simple and grave errors that are can sabotage your career.
The Success Principles: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be by Jack Canfield
This book will teach you how to increase your self- confidence, live a life with passion and purpose and how to achieve all your ambitions. This book jots down 64 principles followed by successful men and women throughout history. If incorporated into daily life, these principles will change your life beyond your imagination.
10 Steps to Earning Awesome Grades (While Studying Less) by Thomas Frank
Well, after reading the title, 60% college student search for the book online. In this book you can learn how to improve your grades through a lot of ways. Writer Talks about how one can remember more from textbook readings, cut down on procrastination and build an optimal study environment for studying.
The Motivation hacker by Nick Winter
What happens when a guy decides to pen down his crazy experiences. The Motivation Hacker shows you how to summon extreme amounts of motivation to accomplish anything you can think of. He wrote this book in three months while simultaneously attempting seventeen other missions, including running a startup, launching a hit iPhone app, learning to write 3,000 new Chinese words, helping build a successful cognitive testing website, reading twenty books.
The Defining Decade: Why your twenties matter and how to make the most of them now by Meg Jay
It is a provocative read that provides the tools necessary to make the most of your twenties, and shows us how work, relationships, personality, social networks, identity, and even the brain can change more during this decade than at any other time in adulthood-if we use the time wisely. Dr. Meg Jay, a clinical psychologist, argues that twentysomethings have been caught in a swirl of hype and misinformation, much of which has trivialized what is actually the most defining decade of adulthood. Overall, THE DEFINING DECADE is a smart, compassionate and constructive book about the years we cannot afford to miss.
So good they can’t Ignore you by Cal Newport
This book by Cal Newport talks about the Passion Hypothesis. He explains why “Passion Hypothesis” is actually a bad advice. The Passion Hypothesis follows a “What can the world offer me?” mindset, which runs counter to how the world actually works.Instead of “follow your passion”, his advice is “get really freaking good at something – so good they can’t ignore you.
The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch
The book is based on professor Randy Pausch’s last lecture at the Carnegie Mellon University. His advice on how to achieve the childhood dreams is a must read for all the aspiring graduates. It is about the importance of overcoming obstacles, of enabling the dreams of others, of seizing every moment.