Dear friend… are you looking for the best books for Men that could change your entire life?
If yes… then you are in right place.
Today, I will list down three books that changed my entire life for the good.
It will change your life too (for sure)
So, let’s get started.
1. The Rational Male By Rollo Tomassi
This book has a special place in my heart because it literally saved my life. I came across this book during the initial phase of Pandemic and I got bored with my lifestyle and how I think about girls in general.
Back then, I had little to no self-esteem. I used to waste my time on the internet chasing girls and doing weird stuff to get their attention.
I had no focus on my career and myself.
Back then, I was a Boy who just wanted attention.
This book is for those men, young or old alike, who presumably want to improve their lives, relationships, and seek answers to the why and how of their situation.
It covers everything from the nature of both sexes, evolutionary programming, social valuation, and the toxic beta programming that contemporary men endure.
The most valuable thing I have learned during my journey is if someone male or female doesn’t add value to your life, discard them and keep it moving. The journey is personal. You are the focus, main character, what matters in this story.
This book is written by Rollo Tomassi who is sometimes known as “the Godfather of Redpill”
Rollo has been the essayist/blogger/owner of The Rational Male blog. He is the host of his own YouTube channel, The Rational Male, and a rotating host/panelist of Rule Zero, a weekly men’s issues show.
One of my favorite quotes from the book is:
“Nothing is more threatening yet simultaneously attractive to a woman than a man who is aware of his own value to women”
“There is no ‘One’. There are good ones and bad ones, but there is no ‘One’.
This is a Soulmate Myth”.
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However, the book is a little harder to read but worth the trouble.
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2. No More Mr. Nice Guy – Robert Glover
This book covers a set of personality traits of Nice Guys that they need to change in order to improve their lives.
So the question arises…
Who are Nice Guys?
Nice guys are those people who go the extra mile to please others…
They will try hard to please others, but the opposite gender will try to utilize the nice guy and ultimately hurts them deeply.
Still, they won’t respond and try to be nice. They won’t respond even if they understand that the opposite person is misbehaving.
they will reach a point where there will be a severe outburst from the nice guy.
Then this cycle repeats.
By reading this book, you will understand so many intricate details about your life, which will immensely help you in your life.
The root problem with Nice Guys is that they crave to simply be accepted and loved.
They go about it backward by placing others’ approval of them above their own.
They are like the perpetual child who does everything just right to try and please “mommy and daddy’ so that they will love him. They grow up into perpetual people pleasers placing the mercy of their own internal well-being on other people and their opinions of him.
This book is a must must-read for men in their early twenties.
The quote that I particularly like from the book:
“Self-respect, courage, and integrity look good on a man.”
I can’t boast about this book enough.
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3. The 48 laws of power- Robert greene
This book belongs in the category of sad-but-true facts:
It is a book of wisdom, a compilation of tactics, a list of to-avoid mistakes, rich set of brilliant tested ideas for thriving.
Although many of the rules might seem devilish, they’d better be considered as lessons to be aware of in perilous social life.
Everyone can definitely benefit from having it read for its lessons are ones that have been tested and used throughout history by bold figures.
This book is certainly a part of my library. I did find it a bit cut-throat in some areas but I rarely get books where everything in it is applicable.
I just take little parts here and there and apply them to my life. You know what you can use and ditch the rest.
There are certain laws that I highly resonated with.
Like these ones:
“Always Say Less Than Necessary:- When you are trying to impress people with words, the more you say, the more common you appear, and the less in control. Even if you are saying something banal, it will seem original if you make it vague, open-ended, and sphinxlike. Powerful people impress and intimidate by saying less. The more you say, the more likely you are to say something foolish.”
“Never Appear Too Perfect:-Appearing better than others is always dangerous, but most dangerous of all is to appear to have no faults or weaknesses. Envy creates silent enemies. It is smart to occasionally display defects, and admit to harmless vices, in order to deflect envy and appear more human and approachable. Only gods and the dead can seem perfect with impunity.”
“To succeed in the game of power, you have to master your emotions. But even if you succeed in gaining such self-control, you can never control the temperamental dispositions of those around you. And this presents a great danger.”
“You must be the mirror, training your mind to try to see yourself as others see you.”
“Learn the lesson: Once the words are out, you cannot take them back. Keep them under control. Be particularly careful with sarcasm: The momentary satisfaction you gain with your biting words will be outweighed by the price you pay.”
It is better to check how an apple tastes like than to describe how it tastes like
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How to Win Friends and Influence People- Dale Carnegie
Who can forget Dale Carnegie’s work on influence and persuasion?
This book is filled with wisdom and practical advice to master persuasion.
If you feel like you lack communication skills, give this book a try.
Some of my favorite quotes from the books are:
“You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.”
“To be interesting, be interested.”
“Actions speak louder than words, and a smile says, ‘I like you. You make me happy. I am glad to see you.”
In short, save the gospel itself.
This book has been the single most influential thing in my life.
But for someone who had no social skills to speak of until his mission? Transformative.
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