Goals are what drives us and moves us forward. When you are orientated towards achieving certain measurable goals, you start working each day and focus on your ambitions.
However, like all of us, there are likely to be times when you are stuck. You may feel like your motivation has been sucked into a black hole and you can’t find your rhythm again. Or maybe you were never really sure how to organize your ideas or even get started.
Whatever the subject, there is a book out there that can help! Rediscover your purpose, renew your dreams, and be inspired by these 12 books that will set you on the path to achieving your goals.
The titles of the books are kept in their original language and the links lead to their Amazon page.
1. 315241by Caroline Miller
This is the first book of its kind to offer research-validated information on why certain steps are important to achieving goals. Combines goal setting research with the science of positive psychology.
On Create your best lifeCaroline Miller offers new insights into combining personal dreams with practicality, as well as valuable tools for anyone wanting to test their goal attainment strategies. Creating Your Best Life offers dozen of interactive exercises and tests to help readers identify their greatest dreams and ambitions. With these tools and exercises, you can find out for yourself what may be missing in your life.
two. SMART goals made easyby SJ Scott
We all have milestones that we want to achieve and dreams that we would like to realize. The trick is to make a plan to carry them out and then commit to that plan. construction SMART goals made easy They can help you with that. This book provides practical, structured advice on setting and achieving realistic goals.
SJ Scott presents information in an easy-to-understand guide that walks you through the goal setting process. The visualization process will help you to formulate your dreams into goals step by step.
3. The slight edgeby Jeff Olson
Every day, every moment, you are working towards failure or success. This is one of the main ideas it offers Slight edge to the readers. Olson presents powerful principles on how to retrain your approach to work and life so you can get the most out of seemingly insignificant details.
The premise is that small but continuous changes in a positive direction allow you to get maximum results over time. But first you need to recalibrate your thinking and processing so that you can make daily decisions that will lead to the success and happiness you want.
Four. The selfish guide to successby Nicholas Caldwell
This work is a unique perspective on goal setting that challenges societal norms. Conventional wisdom tells us to set long-term goals that can take many years to achieve. However, if we focus too much on distant goals, we can lose sight of the present.
Too often we allow ourselves to be caught up in restrictions. Nicholas Caldwell tells us it is time to stop this cycle. To do this, we need to stop feeling bad when we are selfish. By focusing on yourself again, you can gain the momentum you need to transform yourself. This book walks readers through powerful, self-focused techniques to help them get out of any depression.
5. The magic of big thinkingby David J. Schwartz
Everyone wants to live a life of success and achievement, but most people don’t know how to start with their goals. The magic of big thinking It shows why believing in ourselves is the key to success and how we can achieve the goals we have always dreamed of.
When you simply believe that you can be successful, your mental strength will shift to help you get your job done. You become an inspiration to others who also start to believe in you. Trusting yourself means getting rid of negative thinking and acting positively every day.
6th Gates!by Brian Tracy
A goal without a plan is nothing more than a wish. And a goal that is scored often is more likely to be achieved. On Gates! Brian Tracy presents the principles you need to make your dreams come true.
Provides advice on clarifying values and analyzing beliefs. According to Tracy, you need to acknowledge that you are responsible for what happens to you. You need to create your own future and end the self-limiting beliefs that are holding you back. Tracy shows us how to use our own weaknesses to grow and find ways to turn our fears into success.
7th Think and get richfrom Napoleon Hill
Napoleon Hill spent 20 years researching and analyzing hundreds of well-known and successful people of his time, including the world’s richest men, top politicians, famous inventors, writers and industry captains.
First published in 1937, this book has sold over 100 million copies and has become one of the most widely read self-help books of all time. Napoleon Hill offers us a 13 step process that serves as a roadmap to success and prosperity. Once you have learned and used these simple techniques to believe in yourself and set your goals, you will have mastered the secret of how to achieve real and lasting success.
8th. Nine things that successful people do differentlyby Heidi Grant Halvorson
High achievers achieve their goals by what they do, not who they are. In her book, Heidi Grant Halvorson gets to the heart of the matter and summarizes decades of scientific and academic research into nine easily understandable principles.
These are the strategies that successful people employ and that have the greatest impact on their ability to set and pursue goals. This short book contains many examples to help you incorporate one or more of the principles into your everyday life.
9. Your best is even better nowby Jason W. Womack
Most of us are working well below our potential. Your best is even better now describes the most effective techniques for setting goals and using your time efficiently and effectively to work towards them. Jason Womack, a productivity expert, points out which parts of your life are affecting your motivation and what you can do to take your ambition to the next level. (Tip: Longer working hours don’t make up for a flawed approach to performance and productivity!) Womack offers a new perspective on life management. He will teach you how to get things done and how to make progress without making excuses.
10. Think smallby Owain Service and Rory Gallagher
Small changes in the way we think and act can help us achieve big goals. Think small explores why our best plans often go wrong and how we can circumvent common barriers that stand in the way of our goals.
Owain Service and Rory Gallagher use insights from behavioral research. You will present a seven-step program that will enable you to implement and stick to your plans and improve your wellbeing. It is not enough to have a distant dream. To be successful, you need to combine that desire with the realities of everyday life. Whether your goal is to lose weight or get ahead at work, this framework will help you with that.
eleven. Put your dream to the test by John C. Maxwell
At heart we are all dreamers, but some are able to achieve their goals while others can never lift their heads out of the clouds. Best-selling author John Maxwell introduces 10 key questions to help you gauge your dream and answer the most important question: Can you achieve it?
Answering these questions will give you a hands-on perspective and guidance and will help you find a compelling way to bring your dreams to the test as you put your dream to the test can make you stand out not only in your professional life but in your personal life as well Stand out from the crowd as you are forced to look at your attitudes and personality.
12th Your best year ever by Michael Hyatt
Stop making New Year’s resolutions that are fading because they seem impossible to accomplish and take the steps necessary to make the next year your best. Where do you want to be in 12 months?
Michael Hyatt points out three simple ways to triple the chance of achieving your goals. It also tells you how to set your goals aside and what to do when you feel stuck. The book will help you find your motivation and teach you how to apply that drive to your goals and maximize your success.