Book NO1: “100 Ways to Motivate Yourself”
There is no success in this world that is not the result of self-motivation. No matter what era, if you don’t understand self-motivation, you will basically miss out on success. Self-motivation is not simply fueling and encouraging oneself inwardly, it is a psychological technique with specific methods to follow.
When you master these and face various difficulties and setbacks, you will automatically generate a positive motivation in your heart, pushing you to keep moving forward, overcoming all obstacles in front of you, reaching your goals and realizing your dreams! In this process , you will be amazed: you become more confident, optimistic and stronger than before!
The 100 self-motivation methods in this book are the hard work of a well-known inspirational master in the United States. After its publication, it swept across Europe and the United States and has long occupied various book bestsellers. Today, it has become the supreme classic for millions of passionate young people around the world to absorb spiritual wisdom!
Open the book, let you have a dream, you will be able to achieve it, and if you have a dream, you will be able to achieve it!
Book No2: “Celebrity Biography”
“Biography of Celebrities” is a biographical work created by the famous French critical realist writer Romain Rolland (1866-1944) in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It includes “Beethoven” (1903), “Michelangelo” 》
(1906), “Tolstoy Biography” (1911) three biographies. It is called “Biography of Three Heroes”, also known as “Three Biography of Giants”.
This book also very well confirms an ancient Chinese adage: those who have succeeded in great careers in ancient and modern times are not only talented, but also must have perseverance.
Book No3: “Super Grandma of Saga”
“Super Mamma of Saga” is a novel written by Japanese writer Yoji Shimada in 2001. It has sold more than 7 million copies in Japan and has been among the top bestsellers in Japan for three consecutive years. The story tells that at the age of 8, the little protagonist Tokunaga Akihiro left his hometown of Hiroshima and came to his rural hometown in Saga. There are no toys here, no friends here, even the mother who brought him turned around and left, only the low dilapidated house and the super grandma who raised seven children independently were greeted by Tokunaga Akihiro.
Tokunaga Akihiro, who just came to the grandmother’s house, could not adapt to the shabby life here, but as time passed, Tokunaga Akihiro gradually realized the happiness of living with his grandmother.
Book No4: “Forrest Gump”
Forrest Gump is a novel written by American writer Winston Groom. In absurd style, the book satirizes social problems in the United States through the perspective of Forrest Gump. Forrest Gump is mentally retarded and an idiot in the eyes of ordinary people, but his kind and simple nature, coupled with his extraordinary talent, have made him a college American football star, a Vietnam War hero, a world-class table tennis player, a wrestler, a chess master and a business tycoon. He was received by President Kennedy, awarded by President Johnson, and even discovered the truth of the Watergate incident by accident.
Forrest Gump’s “vigorous” legendary life, which seems absurd, is actually a microcosm of the history and society of the United States from the 1950s to the 1970s. Through Forrest Gump’s eyes, we can also see the sinister complex and vulgarity of the world. A philistine, but he feels the sincerity of human nature is precious. Overall, he is a legendary figure.
Book No5: “A World Without Complaining”
“A World Without Complaining” is a spiritual inspirational book published by Shaanxi Normal University Press in 2009. The author is Will Bowen and the translator is Chen Jingmin. In the United States Amazon, Taiwan Jinshitang, Eslite bookstore sales of new inspirational books No. 1.
A book, a bracelet, change you, who love to complain, and achieve a world that does not complain. A spiritual inspirational book that shocked the world. It uses a bracelet to convey to us the life philosophy of “complaining is worse than changing”. According to incomplete statistics, within a month of the book’s listing, 6 million people participated in the “No. Complain” campaign, which quickly spread to more than 80 countries around the world.
It is second only to the Bible in the “Most Important Book That Affects Your Life” polled by Time Magazine and The New York Times in conjunction with NBC Television. Bill Gates, the richest man in the world, said when recommending this book: No one can refuse such a book unless you refuse all books.
Complaining is the most energy-draining, unhelpful act. Sometimes our complaints are not only directed at people, but also at different life situations to express our dissatisfaction. And if we can’t find anyone to listen to our complaints, we’ll complain to ourselves in our heads.