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24 Empowering Books For Young Adults

The Best Books For Young People In 2020

Unlock your potential with one of these game-changing books, perfect for young people in 2020. Our top picks include a wide range of authors and target audiences, covering career guidance to advice for teens in high school. There’s something inspirational for everyone, find your next great read below. 


Barking Up The Wrong Tree by Eric Barker

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I believe that every young adult should read this book as it outlines the mistakes that individuals and companies have made in the search for success. The book offers insights into how you can grow yourself and your enterprise. All in all, this is a fantastic book for young adults looking to start their own business. Moreover, the book is written in a friendly tone and it gets to the point quickly. There’s no beating around the bush and this is why you’ll find this fun to read as well. 10/10 recommended.


The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson

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The book’s title might be abrasive but behind the cover is a compassionate, hilarious exploration of the human psyche in an era dominated by the ethos of unconditional self-improvement, in which many of us feel we’ll never be good enough. By subverting common attitudes about self-improvement, author Mark Manson presents a refreshingly humanistic view of what sustainable happiness entails. This book is valuable because it has the power to change your approach to self-improvement in a way that will benefit you for the rest of your life. Despite its harsh first impression, The Subtle Art is an amazingly progressive guide to self-love.


How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

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This is one of the classics for boosting confidence and empowering the mind. I urge anyone to read this book and change their life completely. Dale Carnegie gives the reader real advice, that can be easily implemented, and that can ultimately change their approach to different situations. Based on everyone’s comments who got the chance to read the book – their lives improved drastically, they became more confident and changed their relationships around. Now that is an empowering book.


Crushing It! by Gary Vaynerchuk

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If you’re after inspiration into how everyday people can make it in this world and how it’s never too late to change your life thanks to the internet, take a look at Gary Vaynerchuck’s Crushing It. The book tells you everything there is to know about using different platforms to your advantage but also case studies into how others have done the same. It’s main point is that all it takes is hard work and dedication and you can enjoy the same results as others all around the world. I highly recommend it to those looking for inspiration to put in some work.


The Unbearable Lightness of Being by Milan Kundera

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The Unbearable Lightness of Being is a fantastic book for the young adult exploring the ideas of lightness and heaviness through the lives of two characters. A surgeon, Tomas is a womanizer who loves his wife. Sabina is a painter and conducting an affair with a lecturer. It is exhilaratingly subversive and funny, with ideas woven through the narration and events happening around them. Kundera throws so many ideas at the readers about relationships, romance, and the fragile nature of human interaction. It is an excellent book that every young adult person should read.


The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People by STEPHEN R COVEY

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A book that inspired me a lot in my young adult days was 7 habits of highly effective people. The reason I enjoyed this book is because of the way the author guides you through every single habit and gives perfect examples along with many inspiring quotes. It’s like sitting through a seminar with the author and improving every single second.


The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak

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My eldest son is 17 and has recently finished this book. At first, I didn’t think it would appeal to him since he prefers sci-fi stuff, but I was pleasantly surprised. The novel offers an in-depth contemplation of the Holocaust and simultaneously exposes the reader to the atrocities of war and how love and friendship can overcome a difficult past.


What Color is Your Parachute? by Carol Christen

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Crafted to support high school and college students use their preferred abilities to pursue their dream job or profession. This will help them see a clearer version of what they want to pursue in the future.


The Power of Positive Thinking by Dr. Norman Vinceant Peale

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I’m a very huge fan of the writings and records of Dr. Peale. If you are an optimistic individual and have aspirations and ambitions, these lectures and videos are a must.


The 6 Most Important Decisions You’ll Ever Make by Sean Covey

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I totally love this book. Those kinds of self-help books are what we really need now, because we all believe we ‘re the best people out there — but in fact, we ‘re never fine. We human beings are inherently flawed, so as much as we strive to build on these flaws, we’re getting stronger than we were when we started. Well, that being said, this book is a great guide to helping us become a more suitable teenager. It’s not a lecture book — no one needs to purchase another nagging computer, we get plenty of that from our parents at school. Yet Sean Covey, the founder of several other self-help books, creates a style that is advice-like, not lecture-like. He doesn’t only say you that you’re not allowed to have sex, but ways to treat it and respond to it. (But frankly, obey the principle of no sex) I will suggest this book to someone eager to try to become a better individual and offer importance to their lives.


YES! Everyday Can Be a Good Day by June Archer

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The keys to success that June Archer shares in Yes! Every Day Can Be A Good Day come from experience, thoughts and a little common sense. Those who read these keys should take the concepts and apply them in their daily lives as best they can. Creating success and maintaining it is all relative. Whether a janitor, administrative assistant, manager or CEO, the same principals and ideas hold true. Some will find success faster than others. Some might find it easier than most people. There is one thing that remains constant, success requires work and a positive mental attitude.


Yes! You Can. by June Archer

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Now more than ever, kids need and want the inspiration and motivation that Yes! You Can provides. In this book, young readers will learn about professions that make a difference as well as some that are fun and rewarding. Teaching them that dreams do come true and to believe in their dreams will help build the next generation of positive thinkers, leaders and entrepreneurs. These small affirmations and keys to success will allow them to be kids, find empowerment and encouragement to do what they love, believe in their dreams, and discover hope for a promising future.


21 Days to a Big Idea by Bryan Mattimore

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Inspired by a request from a Columbia Business School professor to help his MBA entrepreneurial students invent better ideas for their new ventures, 21 Days to a Big Idea leads the reader through a fun, easy-to-learn and apply process to invent and develop “the next big thing!” Research has shown that high school students, because the exercises are so simple, have no trouble learning and successfully applying the creative techniques in 21 Days to a Big Idea.


Camp, by L.C. Rosen

Camp is a romantic comedy set at a queer summer camp, which would be pretty empowering for any queer teen to read on its own. But with discussions of queer history and toxic masculinity, Camp goes beyond just being a romantic comedy in a powerful space to an important read on being who you really are, no matter what society tells you to be – a read all teens, gay or straight, will find empowering.


The Tao of Pooh by Benjamine Hoof

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Being a young adult is a little confusing and distracting, This book is basic, simple, and comforting and that’s what makes it suitable and lovable for this age group. The Tao of Pooh is an allegory book that teaches you deep philosophical ideas that crafted with a unique entertaining writing style. So, this sophisticated combination will help young adults to discover and learn new noble thoughts and principles and to find their own peace in this crowded busy world.


The Reluctant Wizard by A. A. Warne

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The Reluctant Wizard is about a young boy who is fed up with the world around him. The wizards and warlocks have been at war for far too long and the community is suffering. People are hungry, the water supply has been poisoned and far too many live without homes. Eli, our young protagonist, wants change. But how can a boy change the world? And if everyone has magic, then why does life have to be so hard? Eli decides to join the wizards and advocate for change. But he soon realises that magic isn’t the answer and perhaps it might be the problem.


How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie

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Young adults in today’s digital world often have trouble making connections with other people. To get what you want in this world, you need to make connections with people. This book teaches techniques how exactly to do that.


With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo

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This novel is typical young adult fiction. Emoni is the main fictional character. She is always doing what’s in her favor and her family favor as well. She has that unique passion for cooking that bleeds into every single detail of her life. Other than that, the relationships between the family characters are lifelike and dynamic and also, their relationship is getting stronger as they face life challenges. I strongly recommend this novel for all young adults, there is much love, passion and good within the pages.


The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey

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This book is a kind of guidebook for young adults to help them be prepared for their future by acquiring the needed and important habits. I think it would be great if parents read this book with their teens at home or even the teachers at school with students and have a serious-yet entertaining discussion about their thoughts of effective habits. That will enlighten their brains to see different aspects of life, and have a perception of the upcoming days of life.


Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins

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This book by Robbins will teach you how to awaken your giant within, your confidence within, to be able to create real changes in your life. Also, Robbins will teach you how to improve your relationships and find your purpose.


Juliet Takes a Breath by Gabby Rivera

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This feminist story is an empowering tale of a young queer living in the states with a Puerto Rican family.


The Hate You Give by Angie Thomas

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Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, The Hate You Give is about another young girl struggling with her identity as she mourns her best friend.


Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis

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In this challenging but conversational audiobook, Rachel exposes the 20 lies and misconceptions that too often hold us back from living joyfully and productively, lies we’ve told ourselves so often we don’t even hear them anymore.


Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

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Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill deals with how to achieve monetary wealth. The author Napoleon Hill explains that the philosophy taught in these pages can be used to help individuals do or be almost anything they want.

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