4 Non-Fiction Books to Read in 2020

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4 Non-Fiction Books to Read in 2020

4 Great Books to Read in 2020

There are millions of books in this world with unlimited knowledge. Every person has their own power and abilities. We live in an era where we cannot grow if we do not give some time to expanding our knowledge through reading.

Consider reading these motivational, self-growth books to gain a new perspective and learn whether you are a teenager or sixty years old person, and there are a ton of books available in the online market for every age. Let’s have a look at some of the best-selling and useful books that to read in 2020.


#1: Rich-Dad, Poor-Dad (Robert T. Kiyosaki)

This book is not new in the market place, but it is one that challenges how we view money for our economic understandings and financial goals. The main idea revolves around the thoughts of the rich dad, who teaches the way to get rich by struggling hard. The book is full of great stories by the writer.

Rich-Dad, Poor-Dad, is the number one personal finance book of all time. This is true because the thoughts of the author are amazing, which he extracted from his own life. Want to improve financially? Must Read It!

As one reviewer noted, Kiyosaki’s books give you freedom from money. “The book explodes the myth that you need to earn a high income to be rich and explains the difference between working for money and having the money work for you.”

#2: Zero to One (Peter Theil)

Do you have an entrepreneur mindset? Are you thinking of building the next billion-dollar company? Peter Theil’s Zero to One is the best tool to make a start with clarity of mind. The book is all about creating the future, and there is a lot of data noted within various startups. The strategies used by big brands are also listed in this book.

Peter Theil, the co-founder of Paypal and Palantir, he funded such companies as SpaceX, Linkedin, and Facebook. All his experience and lessons are available in zero to one, as he dives deep into the systems and explains concepts in depth. He talks about the lifestyle of big-company CEOs. Graphs and analytical data are throughout the book. These statistics help to clarify his ideas, with clear examples and analytical data.

#3: Attitude Is Everything (Jeff Keller)

This book is literally about the inner and outer attitudes of a person. The writer, Jeff Keller, he describes how powerful an attitude is to impact your life positively or even negatively. He emphasizes to change our attitude towards everything we do, and this change will lead us to a better life. He explained his own life story when he had a bad attitude, and how a turning point in his life changed everything.

Your attitude is a window to the world. His valuable lessons will help you to develop a positive attitude in your life. Most bad things happen for a reason, and this reason could be your bad attitude. Change it now!

#4: 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens (Sean Covey)

Nobody in this world can neglect the power of habits. These habits can either shape you or destroy you. We tend to develop some habits in our teenage years. These habits could be bad, and some are great. This book revolves around good and bad habits. Sean Covey emphasizes teenagers to step away from their negative habits.

If you are a teenager struggling to leave your bad habits behind, then this book can be helpful for you. Or gift this book to your teenagers. Teenagers will enjoy reading this beautiful book, full of illustrations and stories.

Covey wants to empower all teenagers who are struggling with their lives. He describes everything to make or break a habit. He also describes the proper way to develop any habit and then maintain it for an extended time. Teenagers may consider this book as their best companion.