Reading has been known to give us a lot of benefits, such as mental stimulation, reduces stress, you gain more knowledge and most of the times, the book that we read are free. In our fast-paced world, there is hardly time to do what must be done—let alone read books. No wonder fewer people are reading books, and far fewer still are reading motivational books. Despite the glowing promises on the cover, many believe that it is a false assurance. It is a pity that motivational books have a poor reputation with some people.
Self-help/motivational books are indeed full of extremely helpful advice that inspires and aids countless people, but there are also those with ideas that are of doubtful value or are possibly even harmful. Even famous books can have dubious parts, which means that readers of self-help/motivational books must not just believe everything they read. However, it is no simple matter to separate the grain from the chaff.