What Is Your Favorite Book?
Reading a book is a habit that characterizes successful people. Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, and every great leader in the world have shared a common trait: reading a good book.
I believe that the people here in the LuckScout club are having a good relationship with books. What is/are your favorite book/books.
For me, these are my favorite books:
- The Greatest Salesman in The World
- The Law of Success
- The Science of Getting Rich
- The Science of Being Well
- The Science of Being Great
- The Richest Man in Babylon
- Ask, and It is Given
- The Master Key System
- Think and Grow Rich
Rich Dad Poor Dad 😀
by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter
I’ve know this book since high school, but never truly read it. Maybe I should spare some times to read it.
My best book is the Bible, my motivational book is rich dad poor dad by Robert Kiyosaki.
The Bible is my favorite. Being holy book, it holds a special place in my life.
Unfortunately I don’t get a lot of time to read so I don’t really have one.
Maybe you should put aside a short period of time for reading Edward. 15 minutes a day is enough.
My best book is the Bible and other books that makes great positive impact in people’s lives
As a Christian my favorite Book that I enjoy reading is the Bible. I also read Romeo and Juliet written by William Shakespeare.The law of attraction is one of my best Book.
Rich Dad Poor Dad is certainly a great book – and helps bring clarity to a lot of misunderstood ideals. Also Screw It Lets Do it: Lessons in Life by Richard Branson
I’ve already answered this question that my best book is the Bible but sometimes I too love reading William Shakespeare’s book like ((AS YOU LIKE IT))
As You like it is a comedy that has been written by William Shakespeare in 1599 and frist published in the first folio 1963.
“As You Like” follows its heroine Rosalina as she flees persecution in her uncle’s Court, accompanied by her cousin Celia to find safety and eventually Love in the forest of Arden.
In the forest, the encounter a variety of memorable characters,notably the melancholy traveller Jacks who speaks many of Shakespeare’s most famous speechess such as ( All the world’s a a tage)and “A fool ! I met a fool in the forest”.
Jacks provides a sharp constrast to the others characters in the Play, always observing and disputing the hardships of life in the country. Historically,critical response has varied with some critics finding the work of lesser quality than other Shakespearean works and some finding the play a work of great merit.
I advise everyone to take a look about this book.
Another I spotted on my bookshelf the other day, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey. Definitely worth a read
Actually reading is fundamental and crucial for Everyboby.
I love reading. It give me knowledge, and keep my mind open. I love reading Bible as I said in my previous answer. Some times I read many of William Shakespeare’s book. Like Romeo and Juliet, The Art of loving.
In the art of loving he explores the ways in which this extraordinary emotion can alter the whole course of your life .learning to love, like others art demand practice and concentration,even more than others arts, it demand genuine insight and understanding. Most of us are unable to develop our capacities for love on the only level that really counts. A love that is compounded of maturity, self-knowledge ,and courage. Etc…
It is excellent to know that the majority of Luckscout club members love to read. I started to love reading in high school. As I grew up, I realized how many advantages I have from reading over those similar to my age who have yet to establish a reading habit.
Reading does not only expand our knowledge; it also expands our thinking. A proper reading habit will help us respond to any circumstances by thinking rightly, speaking rightly, and behaving rightly.