“You Can Heal Your Life” by Louise Hay is a self-help book that emphasizes the connection between the mind and body and the power of positive thinking in healing. This book encourages readers to take responsibility for their thoughts and beliefs and empowers them to create positive change in their lives.
Napoleon Hill's "Think and Grow Rich" is an inspirational self-help book that emphasizes the need to develop one's character and maintain a good outlook on life if one wishes to achieve financial success.
Having a "higher purpose" (or "Ikigai"), which is what motivates you to keep going even when things become tough, following a healthy lifestyle, and not giving up on life are all things that have been shown to increase longevity and improve quality of life.
James Allen's "As a Man Thinketh" is a philosophical treatise on the subject of man's control over his own state, environment, and destiny through the power of his own thoughts.
How to Win Friends and Influence People teaches you a set of working principles that helps you in handling people, make them like you, and agree with your way of thinking.
A subconscious mind is a powerful tool that breathes life into what one feeds to it, which is why it is imperative to give the right feed and harness its power to build the life one aspires for.
The book "Thinking Fast and Slow" talks about cognitive biases, memory lapses, and the brain's two hemispheres that are at odds with one another and how this causes you to make a wide variety of mistakes in perception, remembering, and decision-making, as well as how to correct these issues.
The author takes the readers on a journey to his past when an unimaginable accident during high school made him lose the ability to perform even primitive biological activities.