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Friday Motivation – 7 Books to Help You Get More Successful

Most books on Friday motivation point out why should you plan this day well. Making the most of the day is essential but not everyone thinks so. Many of us think since Friday is the last day of the week, no motivation is required. For us, it is the day before the weekend starts so we should spend it in a way so that we don’t have to worry while enjoying weekends. If you are motivated enough on this day, you will welcome the weekend with peace of mind, enthusiasm and hopes of enjoyment. Here we list of top books to keep you motivated on Friday.

Friday Motivation

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari can be termed as one of the best books on motivation. So, when we picked this book by Robin Sharma for your Friday reading, we had the weekend in mind as you may continue reading it on Monday. Written in the form of a fable, the book has several quotes that have become guiding principles for many of us.

The story of this one of the most read motivational books goes like this. Julian Mantle is a top shot lawyer who has a troubled heath due to work-related stress. He was continuously ignoring his health till one day when he falls down in the court. It was an eye-opener. He heads for the Himalayas where he received valuable lessons from sages on how to remain healthy and keep stress out of your life.

This most successful book of the author shows how could you be successful by chasing your dream and discovering your destiny by not compromising on your health. The author shows you how to maintain balance in your life while working to achieve outstanding success. The book offers you a lesson on how to maintain good health and be at peace with yourself while flying high on the career front.

Friday Forward: Inspiration & Motivation to End Your Week Stronger Than It Started by Robert Glazer

Robert Glazer started this book as a weekly note and now it is one of the most sought-after books on Friday motivation. As per the author, we should encourage, motivate and inspire others and get the same from them. For him motivating each other will help us bring the best out of our lives.

Besides being a great motivational speaker and author, Robert Glazer is also a master storyteller that you will come across while reading this book. In this book, he has compiled 52 stories that can motivate you to bring out the best in you. The author asks you to read this book for Friday morning motivation so that weekend can be started on a positive note. Most of these stories have the ability to encourage you to get your best. It’s a must-read book for Friday motivation for anyone working through a week.

Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life by Jim Kwik

If you are of the opinion that your potential is more than what you are using then Limitless by Jim Kwik is a book just written for you. You should read it as a Friday morning motivation as you have a weekend to think over various suggestions offered in it. Jim Kwik busts several myths you have developed for yourself including one that you are a slow learner. As per him, it is your wrong beliefs that come in your path of success.

His book is not limited to finding problems as he goes a step further and offers solutions as well. He offers practical suggestions on how to upgrade your brain for fast learning. It helps you understand even complex subjects in a short time. it also offers suggestions on how to unlock the hidden powers of your brain. As we all know learning and mastering new skills opens the doors of success.

Own the Day, Own Your Life: Optimized Practices for Waking, Working, Learning, Eating, Training, Playing, Sleeping, and Sex Book by Aubrey Marcus

Should we call this a motivational book or call it a lifestyle guide, Own the Day, Own Your Life as the title reads offers tips on every area of life. Aubrey Marcus who has been CEO of a company has wide experience across domains that you will experience while reading this book. His experience gets more relevant when he says just by owning a single day you can change life, mind, body, and performance. In addition, he suggests several actionable tips that can bring great changes by tweaking your lifestyle slightly. In short, you can simply call it a lifestyle manual that aims at improving your life by suggesting how to spend your day.

As a day consists of several elements that include waking up, workouts, taking showers, going to the office, checking emails and getting indulged into several other things the book deliberates on all this.

Make Your Bed: Feel grounded and think positive in 10 simple steps by William H. McRaven

US navy is known for its discipline, organized work and productivity so when someone from such background talks on motivation we have no choice but to listen carefully. William H. McRaven’s book Make Your Bed offers ten lessons that can bring sea changes in your life. The lessons are worthy as it has been tested during his career in the navy and are still effective. These lessons can change your thinking, career and other paths of life.

The book is replete with personal examples and from the life of those who he came across his long career in the navy seal. Being a naval officer, he has experience in taking a decision in complicated situations, leading from the front and making the impossible things possible. So its place in our Friday motivation book list is well justified.

Don't Sweat the Small Stuff and It's All Small Stuff: Simple Ways to Keep the Little Things from Taking Over Your Life by Richard Carlson

Have you ever thought that small achievements can come in the way of big achievements? You can’t do everything on your own. It is the major teaching of this book. It’s this understanding that separates great people from ordinary ones. The author guides you on being cool and calm and doesn’t get swayed by the hectic pace of life. Like many motivational authors, he advises you to take a different perspective on your problems as your problem could be your teacher. He suggests you take one thing at a time so that you can better focus on it. With focus, you can get the task done successfully and with precision. You could also advise on how to live in the moment. In short, this book appears to be several books rolled into one.  So, you won’t mind its inclusion in the list of Friday motivation books.

Eat That Frog! 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time by Brian Tracy

Brian Tracy who has been the author of several inspirational books suggests you to focus on the most important task. He asks you to make priorities so that the most important task can be found, worked upon and completed. He asks you to tackle the task with the biggest challenge first so that you can get more confident and the rest of your day becomes easy.

Making it contemporary, there are chapters on how to prioritize your work using technology and how to handle distractions. While suggesting these things the author doesn’t deny old age principles of success that include passion. Hard work and determination. So if you are looking forward to getting rid of procrastination, then you must include this book in your Friday motivation book list.

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