Read a good book lately? With all of those boring textbooks, its always refreshing to dive into a captivating book. So we put together 3 books we think you’d enjoy on your class breaks or time off. Sit back, relax, grab a cup of coffee and indulge yourself a these golden pages:
1. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho: Written by the inspirational Brazilian Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist is a novel about a young shepherd boy that goes on a quest for worldly treasure. In a mixture of magic, amazing characters, metaphorical life lessons and nonstop adventures, The Alchemist inspires you to follow your journey. This book will spark that twinkle in your eyes and heart to listen to your inner voice. Cheesy for most, but we give it five stars!
2. The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg: This book is not a novel, but it sure is a great book on the scientific discoveries of how habits form the way we work. Charles goes in depth to give the reader a clear and concise perspective on habits. By reading this book, you’ll learn so much about how businesses successfully train their employees, how certain goals can be achieved, and how success boils down to the everyday habits we put ourselves through. Don’t knock it until you’ve read it, this book can certainly change your college life and help you far beyond the student years.
3. Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki: We’re sure this book has crossed your path before. He famous Rich Dad Poor Dad is about Robert Kiyosaki’s life journey with two different father figures in his life. One father was a hard working financially unstable individual, while the other father was a successful affluent business owner and investor. If you’re interested in learning about financial stability and freedom this book is a great guide and starter to learning about finances. Although it may not be the most gripping or mind-blowing, there are golden nuggets hidden in each chapter, a must for the millennial college student in America.