Friday feeling is here, and you might be thinking about how to effectively rejuvenate your senses to take on the next week with confidence. This article is not for people looking for a getaway or exciting activities around the city. What we are focusing on is something that you can do sitting on your couch. If you are a book reader, then this might be a “familiar territory”. If you’re not then time to change your perspective. Trust us, it won’t go in vain as these 5 books have the potential to change your life over the weekend. That being said, it is essential on your part to concentrate on your read as every paragraph might resonate somewhere in your life. Enjoy!
A Brief History of Time – Stephen Hawking
If you’re fascinated by space science and find it hard to comprehend the jargons present in most books out there, this book is just perfect. You can trust the narration as you’re not settling for anyone less than a legend. Stephen Hawking’s classic book is binge-worthy for its simple language that acts as a beacon to your entire space journey.
The Dip – Seth Godin
A book that’ll teach you when is the right time to quit and when to hold onto something. The go-to for anyone initiating a project. Acknowledging the fact that you want to start or leave a project is essential than the project itself. A fantastic book about how you can save your energy and time.
How to Lie with Statistics – Darrell huff
A book to train you with the right form of thinking. It’ll help you make better decisions about what to believe and what not to in the world filled with Instagram and Facebook profiles. You won’t be lied to after this read for sure.
Gut Feelings – Gerd Gigerenzer
Okay if you are not a reader, this might be a bit out of your reach. For reading freaks: if you did not understand Malcolm Gladwell’s “Blink” you won’t regret picking this up over the weekend. Gert does an excellent job in expressing complex neuroscience in a simple format. It exposes the bright side of intuition that will help you make better decisions in life.
The Alchemist – Paulo Coelho
It cannot get any better than this for people who like watching people read but cannot do so themselves. If you are new to reading, this masterpiece by Paulo Coelho can change your life. A powerful metaphor that is articulated through easy descriptions and an engaging narrative.
Well, all that is left is the deed. Please pick up the one that you fancy the most and give it a shot. You won’t be disappointed.