After reading these 4 books, your life will be inspired

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❤️Fiction comes from life, but above life. Reading a good book, you can feel a variety of life in the book, so you can get inspired and gain. It adds to your learning and experience while also honing your thinking skills. Experience life the way you read, and you will benefit immensely - because the people who are able to live life as well as possible are those who recognize life for what it is, but still love it immensely

In this book, the author has written many words that touch the heart. Although you are not the person in the book, more or less, you can see yourself in these words.
Our whole life is to get rid of the expectations of others and find our true selves.
⭐Family, sometimes it will be a cage set in the name of love, the horror is that the door is unlocked, but you dare not push the door and out, you can only roar to accept all the arrangements of love, until finally drowned in it, or separated by time.
⭐You can never get what you want, you just learn how to get by and just get by.
All the suffering will pass, learn to reconcile with themselves and others, let yourself go and let others go.
⭐My mind always envisioned another life, but the reality was not what I wanted.

Everything I Never Told You

This is a moving novel about family, history and the meaning of home. This is not only a story of love and loss, it is also a beautiful and unforgettable story of how a young girl struggles to find the meaning of her life.It depicts the faces of a family and explores the differences between cultures and the differences between families, and also points out one of the major issues/problems of life: whether mother and daughter, father and son, or husband and wife, throughout their lives, they all keep trying to understand each other.

The novel begins like this: Lydia is dead and they don't even know it yet.In the 1970s Midwest, Lydia is the most beloved child of her parents in this Chinese-American family. She was a hard-working, thoughtful, and well-liked child who was fulfilling their unfulfilled dream, but why did she suddenly disappear? To uncover the truth, the mother pries open her daughter's locked diary - she has given Lydia one every year for years - and is horrified to find that there is not a single word in these well-kept journals. Each blank page is a silent cry, shattering the harmony the family has struggled to maintain. Loneliness and achievement, race and gender, family and identity are all meticulously developed in suspense, portraying the pain and courage of a new generation searching for a place to live in the midst of a long history.

About The Book

Even if we are familiar with such stories around us, we have never seen them in American novels, at least, no one had dealt with such stories before Elaine Ng.This novel is about the burden and pressure of being "Otherness," a burden and pressure that usually destroys a person, not shapes him or her.
-The New York Times Book Review

The #1 Best Book of the Year - Silent Confessions explores identity crisis, life achievement, race, gender, family, and personal paths. And, nowhere in this novel does the writing fall sloppy. My only concern was that my bitter admiration for Silent Confessions would lead readers to expect too much from this book. But this book is that good to the extreme! The depth of feeling is so powerful that it pierces your heart, the diction is precise and restrained, and the writing style is warm and delicate.
--American Book Editor's Choice


After the publication of THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS, this book became an important book of religious significance in English literature. The book has been translated into more than 200 languages around the world.

The book contains more than 200 references to biblical parables. The names of people and places and the language of the characters in the work are closely related to the Bible. The child of the main character, "Matthew", is one of the 12 disciples of Jesus, "James" is the brother of Jesus, "Joseph" is the son of James, etc. The faithfulness of the work symbolizes the martyrdom of Christianity and is a sincere heavenly visitor. The plot structure of the work is also based on the biblical story, in which the main character, a Christian, goes from "original sin" to awakening, struggles to atone for his sins, and finally submits to God.

This book is an allegorical novel that illustrates the complexities of English society during the Restoration period, showing Banfield's view of the social history of the time and reflecting the dilemma of the Christians in that society.Depicts the lives and struggles of believers. A simple style book with a spiritual meaning portrayed in a story that readers of all ages can understand. It is the washing of the heart, the purification of the soul, and ultimately the uplifting of one's life.

Mindset:The New Psychology of Success

A psychological inspirational work that has influenced a generation of Americans, and a success theory that has been cited countless times
American Amazon psychological bestsellers in the list for 10 years
Liked by Time Magazine, Good Morning America, and The Wall Street Journal
Recommended by Bill Gates
"Mindset: The New Psychology of Success" is a classic work by Stanford University psychology professor Carol Dweck summarizing the results of decades of research. This book uses a large number of examples to guide readers to use the correct thinking mode to succeed in life and career. It is highly practical; it is a classic reader to improve personal and organizational positive, social, leadership, and educational abilities.
Success is not innate or external. The key lies in the mode of thinking: whether you are satisfied with the existing results and avoid the possibility of failure, or the growth type that is proud of hard work and seeks challenges, determines how much you can go on the road to success. far.
Is it more meaningful to praise a child "You are so smart" or "You are really hardworking"?
If a relationship requires hard work, does it mean that we are not destined to be together?
A genius boss leads a group of genius employees, can they create excellence?
Different thinking patterns affect all aspects of our lives and work, and you have ample opportunities and possibilities to reverse your thinking patterns and change the direction of progress.

Celebrity recommendation
"One of the reasons I love this book is that it not only provides theories, but also clarifies the methods. Dweck's method of helping people with fixed mindsets transform into growth mindsets shows that only a growth mindset is involved. With a deeper understanding, you can completely change your mind and life."-Bill Gates

"Dweck's major discovery is that we usually have one of two modes of thinking: thinking that our intelligence is a fixed attribute, or thinking that it can be cultivated and grown over time." -Malcolm Gladwell, Journalist, best-selling author and speaker

"You will find that this book is one of the best among the books on motivation."-"Key Education Report" "Nurture Shock" author Po Bronson

"If you are a manager, or raising children (this is also a kind of management), put everything at hand and read this book." —Guy Kawasaki, author of "The Art of the Start"

"Everyone should read this book."-"Made to Stick" author Chip Heath, Dan Heath

"Dweck's research on intelligence and thinking patterns has affected every aspect of my life." ——Daniel Pink, author of "A Whole New Mind" and "Drive"

"A good book will make you agree, a great book will make you follow, and the recommendations of this book will change your life."-Robert J. Sternberg, professor of psychology at Yale University

What I wish I Knew When I was 20


In the book "What I wish I Knew When I was 20", Tina Zilliger wrote about her half-life career practice and experience gained from fighting motivational courses, making a list, and cite a large number of creative thinking examples. To help newcomers in the workplace develop their career paths more smoothly and earn a pot of gold in their lives. This book is suitable for college students, newcomers in the workplace, and book fans who are interested in innovative and entrepreneurial ideas.
Recommended reason:
1. "What I wish I Knew When I was 20" was written by Stanford University's charming and innovative entrepreneurial mentor and professor Tina Zilliger;
2. Detailed Stanford training cases, effective and vivid successful creative coups, and rich summary of life and workplace experience, can be described as a practical and creative life creative book;
3. The original English version, the language is not difficult, the examples are rich, and can be understood at a high school level, which is helpful for improving English and self-improvement.
International bestselling author Tina Seelig shares with us what she offers her students—provocative stories, inspiring advice, and a big dose of humility and humor. These pages are filled with fascinating examples, from the classroom to the boardroom, of individuals defying expectations, challenging assumptions, and achieving amazing success. Seelig throws out the old rules and provides a new model for reaching our highest potential. We discover how to have a healthy disregard for the impossible, how to recover from failure, and how most problems are remarkable opportunities in disguise.What I Wish I Knew When I Was 20 is a much-needed book for everyone looking to make their mark on the world.

"Tina Seelig is one of the most creative and inspiring teachers at Stanford. Her book ought to be required reading. I wish I had read it when I was 20... and again at 50." —Robert Sutton, Stanford University Professor and author The No-Asshole Rule
"True, it’s written by a woman (a Stanford University professor, no less), but this ‘crash course in making your way in the world’ is full of realistic tips that help put things into perspective."—Sacramento Bee
"It's almost impossible to read the first line of Tina Seelig's book and not grab pen and paper to jot down a river of pent-up ideas and possibilities... A galvanizing document, [it] gives us— more than anything else— permission to develop our dreams." —Santa Cruz Sentinel
"Wise, witty and packed with stories of those who are making a difference and some who are making a fortune...The only trouble is that you will need two dozen copies to give to everyone."—Patricia Ryan Madson, author of Improv Wisdom : Don't Prepare, Just Show Up
"Anybody who wants to live an entrepreneurial life filled with purpose and passion needs to read this book. It's chockfull of practical tools and tips to bring out the best in each of us." —Steve Case,Chairman of RevolutionandThe Case Foundation, and co -founder of AOL
“This is a great guide to moving in more exciting, creative, and fulfilling directions, written by a person who is an expert at doing so. But if Tina Seelig had known any more when she was 20, the world probably could not now contain her." —Jim Adams, Author,Conceptual Blockbusting.

"What I wish I Knew When I was 20" tells the story of Professor Tina's 17-year-old son who is about to enter university. She realized that she could not teach her son enough knowledge and skills to integrate into this society and achieve success, so she recalled herself Things I wanted to know when I was 20 years old, valuable experiences that can avoid detours and failures. From a neuroscience student, to a pioneer in the management consulting industry, to a director of Stanford's venture capital and entrepreneurial projects, she has a wealth of professional experience and has a lot of wonderful content to share and teach. Create a lesson with a high content of gold: creativity determines life, break the rules to stand out among thousands of people!

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