Developing a habit of reading is considered to be a good and useful habit as books are acts as our guides and storehouse of knowledge. Most of us have a habit of reading and from a group of people among us lie to read books daily concerned on our topics of interest. Frankly speaking, I don’t read regularly but sometimes read on weekends. I like to nonfiction basically related to some moral which have deep thoughts and give my life a meaningful change. I don’t follow any particular author but my favorites are Rashmi Bansal and Chetan Bhagat.
I like to share some parts of the writing of my favorite authors.
• Rashmi Bansal-She is a renowned author. Alumni of IIM Ahmadabad. In her writings I like the most of Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish, the book mainly revolves around the group of people who got the management degrees from IIM and there to become successful entrepreneurs.
• Chetan Bhagat-A renowned writer and IIM Ahmadabad Alumni. I like the books of him. One What Young India Wants and the one is Making India Awesome. Both of them are great. I have read the books about hundred times. The focus is all about some common issues like Indian Admission System in Colleges; India needs a Messiah for change, Success stories of Man vs. Success Stories of man.
It feels good when I read these kinds of books. Sometimes we can a positive transformation in ourselves. Reading and Watching good things have a positive impact on our mind. It increases our ability to think. We become more capable of our problem-solving techniques. I advise you all pick only those books to read which actually affect a positive impact on our mindset. We react in a way. What we read and learn.