10 Audio Books to listen to on the Go that will Change Your Life

Books have rightly been called the best friend of man since very long. In this era of busy lives and lack of free time, it is a very difficult task to accomplish to actually read books. Technology has made a number of things easier for us and one of the blessings of technology is the audio books. We have gathered a List of ten audio books that will change your life for the good.

1. Blink by Malcolm Gladwell

Intuition is not something supernatural that arises spontaneously from the mind. It is in fact a product of long hours of meaningful thinking and concentration with an elevated level of intelligence. This audio book trains us how to gear up the intuitive abilities through practice and concentration. Enhanced intuition can help one make better decisions at home, office and in everyday life. With increased intuition, you can always make the decision that will ultimately prove to be the right one.

2. Mastery by Robert Greene

How Charles Darwin, an average schoolboy and an underachieving son of a priest, could become the most decorated naturalist of all times? What were the common decisions of life made by Mozart and Caesar Rodriguez, (the US Air Force’s last ace pilot)? In this Masterpiece, Greene has dug into the biographies of the famous historical figures to find the ways of getting the control over our own selves and ultimately our destinies. This book is a sort of continuation of 48 laws of power. Greene has put in some real effort to purify the habits and actions that made people the masters of the word. The book also contains the psychologists’ view points on the topics.

“Temple Grandin, Martha Graham, Henry Ford, Buckminster Fuller all have been covered in the book and you can learn every single thing that made these people what they were.

3. The Art of Creative Thinking by Rod Judkins

The book links the human creativity with everything ranging from business, society and everyday life. It teaches the listener how to transform their life by using human creativity. Rod has studied the life accounts of all the successful creative figures throughout the history and gathered a large number of points. His study ranges from the Dada manifesto to Nobel Prize-winning economists and from Andy Warhol’s studio to Einstein’s desk. The purified research blended with actual evidences and proofs will teach you how to transform things using just your creativity.

You will learn to see the blessings in disguise and use your own creativity to do wonders you cannot even think of.

4. How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

Mr Carnegie has written some of the most influential books on human psychology and personal improvements. This nook is just timeless. For more than 60 years, the advices in this book have transformed a large number of infamous and shy people into some of the most successful leaders and influential figures.

With this truly amazing audio book you can learn:

  • six ways to make people like you
  • twelve ways to win people to your way of thinking
  • nine ways to change people without arousing resentment

And ultimately, how to win friends and influence people

5. The Confidence Code by Katty Kay and Claire Shipman

Having achieved high success from the books Lean In and Why Women Should Rule the World, the writers of some of the greatest Women economics books have provided the readers with a practical oriented guide of understanding what confidence is and how to master it. The book is intended for every one of any age group but focuses the working women in particular. Women are getting more talented, highly qualified and well educated but still men dominate the world. This book teaches the women self-empowerment and how to master the world and How to use their confidence to conquer the world. 

6. Waking Up by Sam Harris

The best-selling author, neuroscientist, and “new atheist” Sam Harris, the new book Waking Up is intended for the increasing number of people who claim to have no religion. The book supports the idea that religion may not be a good thing but all the historical figures like Jesus, Buddha, Lao Tzu, Rumi, and the other saints cannot be schizophrenics, epileptics, or frauds.

Throughout the book, Harris has established that by meditation one can find important truths of the nature and the universe. By using meditation, you can understand your own self much better and that can be done by reading the book in which the ancient methods of meditation are blended with the principles of neuroscience.

7. Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg

Our habits define who we are. Habits make a large part of our lives and not all of them are good. Habits can be extremely difficult to change. In this book, Charles explains and gives practical advice on how habits can be formed and left. Charles’s book is one of the most important and remarkable works in the long line of books intended to change life-long habits.

8. Moonwalking with Einstein: The Art and Science of Remembering Everything by Joshua Foer

The time wasted looking for lost things can be as much as 4 days annually. In this book, Joshua has looked into the process of remembering the things which are not much important and can ultimately cost a lot of time and effort if we forget them. Going through this book will enable you remember each and everything you come across.

9. Getting Things Done by David Allen

Time has changed a lot. Things cannot be done the same way as they were done in the old times. The new method of getting things done is totally different than the ones that worked in the 90’s and 80’s. The book teaches us how to get things done effectively and easily.

10. Spark by John J. Ratey

The physical and mental domains are very closely related. This book investigates and relates how the physical exercise transforms our brains.

Until Next Time
Alto Team