7 Inspiring and Motivational Books to Read in 2015

People often say that reading has a significant number of benefits to students. Reading will make you smarter and it can spark your creativity. It also helps you develop your cognitive skills and grow your understanding on complex problems. Moreover, it is fun, entertaining and enlightening.

Reading is just one of the countless ways to motivate yourself to learn. Many students love to read various kinds of book. In fact, they read materials frequently beyond their academic work and assignments for school. They do it because they find inspiration from it.

No doubt that books will get you energized and stay motivated. If you're looking for a little inspiration each day, check out these 7 motivational books that will keep you inspired and help you on the road to success.

1. The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success by Mega...

Colin R. Davis once said that "the road to success and the road to failure are almost exactly the same." In the book The Up Side of Down, the author emphasized how multiple failures can actually lead you to success. This engaging and interesting material will give you an amazing reading experience. It will teach you how to get unstuck and look for ways to reinvent yourself after couples of setbacks.

2. 10 Steps to Earning Awesome Grades (While Studying Less) by Thomas Frank

Frank's book will teach you on how to study your lessons efficiently, beat procrastination, and stay organized despite of your hectic schedule in school. You will also find some important steps on getting more out of your classes. Furthermore, this books includes best note-taking systems, active reading strategies, effective writing, researching and editing techniques that you can use and apply in your studies.

3. The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg

This book explains the science of habits. It is divided into three parts -- The Habit Loop, The Craving Brain and The Golden Rule of Habit Change. There is a step-by-step guide on how you can break and create new habits. Aside from that, the author also incorporates some researches, case studies and specific examples in this material.

4. How to Become a Straight-A Student by Cal Newport

Newport's book will equip you to become the student you never thought you could be. This reading is for students who struggles with their studies and wants to improve their grades. Every idea was presented in a comprehensive and simple way. The author also depicts some examples based on the real experiences of straight- A's students. Some interesting points included in this material are about time management, note-taking, and writing rush essays.

5. Listful Thinking: Using Lists to Be More Productive, Successful and...

Most students often struggle with their time management and organizational skills. But with Paula Rizzo's Listful Thinking, you will learn a fresh approach and new tricks to stay on top of your hectic schedule. The author pointed out the importance of list-making in this book. She also puts some researches and wide variety of inspiring list-making ideas that could help you become a productive student.

6. The Leadership Handbook: 26 Critical Lessons Every Leader Needs by ...

Learn how to develop your leadership skills through the book of the most influential leadership expert, John Maxwell. The information you will get from this book was presented in an organized and appealing manner. You will surely gain a lot of wisdom about leadership that you can apply to your daily life.

7. Performing Under Pressure: The Science of Doing Your Best When It M...

With so many academic requirements, difficult exams and assignments, how do you handle the pressures of being an outstanding student? This good read will introduce you to the concept of pressure management. It offers different solutions, compelling real-life stories and examples that will help readers to overcome the undermining effects of pressure.

To achieve academic success, students have to understand the significance of reading books. When you're struggling to find motivation to study and excel in school, remember that most powerful, successful and influential people in the world read books. Books are best sources of information and motivation, you'll surely find the inspiration that will keep you going from the above list.

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