Want to be inspired?

Reading inspires me. As any form of escape is warmly welcome, I like to lose myself in a very good book which changes my opinion on the world. Although borrowing a book is one such option, I might stop reading it and choose a completely different book altogether. AnĀ e-book enables me to flick between several books before I decide to continue reading one in its entirety. Here are a couple of books, which I recently read, that I think others should know about.

Don’t judge a book by its cover

Chade-Meng Tan’s book Search Inside Yourself: Increase Productivity and Happiness does have a childlike cover which might not initially grab your attention but it’s what inside that counts, right? In the case of this book, the words certainly speak for themselves. Chade-Meng discusses the importance of applying control to the world which is around us – we might believe that our own needs are important but this e-book stresses how others should be considered. Chade-Meng might use simple humour at times but the knowledge he has is explained in a way which even a novice reader will understand. He doesn’t patronise the reader and only aims to explain his ideas in a universally accepted way.

Further inspiration is provided here

As well as reading Chade-Meng Tan’s book, I wanted further inspiration and found it. Rhonda Byrne’s The Secret was recommended to me by a friend and I’m glad I started reading it. It discusses how ‘Law of Attraction’ is applied in everyday life – when positive thoughts are imagined, good things will happen and vice versa. Byrne is not responsible for the whole of the book because it is a series of articles which have been written by other professionals who have commended on ‘Law of Attraction’. However, this e-book constructs those opinions in a very convincing way which makes you want to believe wholeheartedly in ‘Law of Attraction’. If you want to find out how your life can be radically turned around, The Secret may have the answers you are looking for and I highly recommend it.