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What inspirational biographies have you read that changed your life or made you a better person or be more hopeful? In this post, I’ll be showing you some must-read biographies that will change your life.

Reading biographies of successful people gives hope that you can achieve your dreams. You’ll find biographies stating how persons some of us consider role models went through tough times and came out stronger. 

You’ll read challenges some of the influential figures in the world today faced. You’ll learn how they went from being extremely poor to super rich, how they survived or grew companies from nothing to something. 

So, whether you’re starting a business, a project, a career, or facing challenges in your personal life, these inspirational biographies are for you. Check them out below.

50+ Must-Read Inspirational Biographies That Will Change Your Life Positively 

Here is the list of 50+ biographies that will encourage, educate, inspire, and guide you to greatness. 

50. The Lost City of Z: A Tale of Deadly Obsession in the Amazon, Written by David Grann

Have you ever wondered what the “Lost City of Z” is all about? Well, now is your chance to find out. This book provides historical facts about the Victorian Age and its influence on the world today. 

The book is about legendary explorer Percy Fawcett, an archaeologist who disappeared without a trace in the Amazon. Unfortunately, Percy didn’t disappear alone. He went with his son, Jack, and Raleigh, Jack’s best friend. All three disappeared without a trace since 1925.  

Percy’s mission in the Amazon was to discover an ancient lost city. He tried exploring the Amazon, an area that’s difficult to study or explore. 

David Grann wrote this biography in 2009, providing information on what he thinks Percy and his son might have faced in the Amazon. Grann has first hand experience on the Amazon, having visited the area decades ago. 

Percy was a man with big dreams and a big heart. He had dreams that generations before him had, but they couldn’t actualize. In addition, how he approached the indigenous people in a non-violent way even when he sensed violence sets him apart. 

He didn’t use violence in any form. Rather, he was friendly and had eyes on the prize, which was the ancient lost city he dreamt of finding.

You’ll enjoy reading this book if you love adventure and want to know more about the Amazon. Let Grann take you on a journey through the Amazon and Percy’s possible experience without you putting foot on the Amazon. 

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49. The Sister by Sung-Yoon Lee  

The first woman to issue a nuclear weapon strike threat. Guess who she is: Kim Jong Un’s sister. Her name is Kim Yo Jong. She’s one of the most dangerous and powerful women in the world. 

This book is the first ever-written book about Kim Jong Un and his murderous dynasty. Sung-Yoon Lee, a specialist on issues regarding North Korea and scholar, wrote the book. 

You’ll have mixed feelings when reading this book. It exposes things people in other parts of the world don’t know happens in North Korea. 

In addition to exposing some of the atrocities taking place in North Korea, Sung-Yoon Lee uncovers the raw truth about Kim Jong Un and his close ties with his sister, Kim Yo Jong. 

In 2022, Kim Yo Jong issued a threat to South Korea. He threatened to nuke them and even reminded the world of how well-prepared her country was to launch such a devastating attack. 

Kim Yo Jong was Kim Jong II’s sweet little princess daughter. Now, she’s the country’s chief propagandist, foreign policymaker, and internal administrator. She’s married to Choe Song, the second son of one of North Korea’s senior government officials, Choe Ryong-Hae.  

Kim Yo Jong has two kids, one in 2015 and another in 2018. She was also entangled in a power tussle with Kim Jong-Un’s wife at some point. 

With each passing day, it’s becoming glaring to the world that Kim Yo Jong is North Korea’s next leader. She holds Kim Jong’s tyrannical dynasty in her hands. 

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48. Losing My Virginity: How I Survived, Had Fun, and Made a Fortune Doing Business My Way By Richard Branson

What was the first thing that crossed your mind when you came across this biography’s title? Is it romance? Of course, that’s the possible answer many would give. But this biography isn’t about romance, but business, survival, decision making, and resilience.  

This biography covers how Richard Branson, one of the world’s most prudent entrepreneurs, successfully managed several business ventures. This ranges from Virgin Atlantic (airline company), Virgin Cola (cola), Virgin Records and V2 (Music), and several other businesses such as bridal wear, financial services, etc. He founded the Virgin Group, which today manages over 400 companies. 

There is a lot you’ll learn from this book. These include how determined and resilient Richard Branson was and still is. He was somebody who wasn’t ready to take “no” for an answer. 

Even when he landed his hot air balloon in Algeria’s desert, he didn’t quit. Branson was still determined to circle the globe, not minding the gravity of the risk he was about taking. 

Virgin Atlantic wouldn’t have been his today if he wasn’t the resilient type. He fought hard when British Airways tried to take the company away from him. 

His exploits in the entertainment industry have been massive. He signed popular musical acts like Phil Collins, Janet Jackson, Sex Pistols, and others. 

In this mind-blowing biography, Branson poured out his heart to anyone who cared to listen. He even described how he survived life-threatening situations he found himself in. One of them was swimming 2 miles to safety after a devastating storm off the coast of Mexico. 

He even staged a deadly rescue flight mission in Baghdad before the Gulf War started.

He’s an inspiration to entrepreneurs who don’t feel they’re good enough or prepared to run several businesses. He’s also a big inspiration to entrepreneurs I would like to call “closet-entrepreneurs,” those who like to take the back seat even in their business. 

Richard Branson ran his business his way, and looked at the result he got. He’s worth billions of dollars and living life to the fullest. Read and get inspired by a man who has seen it all. 

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47. Autobiography of Malcolm X, by Malcolm X and Alex Haley

Here is another powerful biography considered a wise choice for those who are going through a rough patch in their lives. Regardless of your challenge, “The Autobiography of Malcolm X” will touch your life. 

Time Magazine once rated this book one of the “10 Most Important Nonfiction of the 20th Century.” The book has also received positive reviews from CEOs and professionals from all walks of life. 

This biography covers the life of Malcolm X, how he rose from a child wallowing in poverty and engaging in petty crimes to survive to become one of the greatest speakers and debaters in America’s history. 

New York Times describes this book as “Extraordinary… a brilliant, painful, and important book.” 

Here is a powerful quote from the book;

“The main thing you have to remember is that everything in the world is a hustle.”

You’ll understand what the writer meant when he called everything in the world “a hustle.” You have to hustle hard if you want to reach the top. People don’t become successful by being idle. None of the successful people in the world became what they were by staying idle. They worked hard to reach the level they got to. 

This book will show you what perseverance means. It shows that no condition is permanent. It’s a book you’ll read, drop, collect your thoughts, take notes, pick up, and continue reading. It’s unarguably one of the most inspirational biographies in history. Check it out and see for yourself.

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46. The Diary of A Young Girl by Anne Frank

“The Diary of a Young Girl” is another book that shows courage and survival. It has received praise from the high and mighty, including media houses like New York Times. 

The New York Times classifies it as a “truly remarkable book.”

The Chicago Tribune has also had something positive to say about this book. 

“There may be no better way to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the end of World War II than to reread The Diary of a Young Girl, a testament to an indestructible nobility of spirit in the face of pure evil.” That is how the Chicago Tribune describes the book.  

Anne Frank wrote this book. It describes the life and quest for survival a thirteen-year-old girl had to experience during the Second World War. She and her family hid in a ‘Secret Annex’ to escape Gestapo detection. 

In her diary, Anne Frank recorded vivid impressions of all she experienced during this dire period. This biography is a testament to human courage. It expresses the unmatched courage people showed while millions were being slaughtered.        

You may have read about the Second World War and some of the things that transpired during that period. But Anne Frank’s diary is the icing on the cake. 

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45. Idea Man: A Memoir by the Co-Founder of Microsoft by Paul Allen

The “Idea Man” is a life-changing and interesting biography packed with thought-provoking ideas and information that will challenge you to take action. Paul Allen, Bill Gates’s friend and Microsoft co-founder, wrote this book. 

A diagnosis of lymphoma pushed Paul Allen to hasten the creation of this book. He was enthusiastic about sharing his knowledge to inspire generations. He didn’t want to leave with all he has acquired knowledge-wise. 

Allen was a billionaire in his early 30s. In fact, Time even named him one of the hundred most influential people in the world. 

In this biography, Allen shared never-before-heard information about his life. He even shared untold stories about Microsoft. He poured out his heart in this book. He even went deep into his failures and triumphs. 

This book emphasizes that we all have ideas and only use a handful of them. Just like the book’s title, Paul Allen gave a detailed account of his ideas and how he made them a reality. 

Here is a quote from the book:

“For the most part, the best opportunities now lie where your competitors have yet to establish themselves, not where they’re already entrenched.”  

Allen’s curiosity, passion, determination, and intellectual rigor set him apart. He also had the resources and mindset to launch new initiatives and see them to completion. 

He was such a blessing to this world. His fortune made him have so much impact in various fields ranging from medicine, science, sports, entertainment, technology, business, and even philanthropy.

 Read the book and learn how one man was ready to go the extra mile to make his ideas a reality. 

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44. Front Row: What Lies Beneath the Chic Exterior of Vogue’s Editor-in-Chief, Written by Jerry Oppenheimer

The “Front Row” is another powerful, informative, and action-packed biography that covers the life experiences of a woman dubbed one of the most influential figures in over a $100 billion fashion industry. 

Her name is “Anna Wintour.” She’s the editor-in-chief of American Vogue, known as the world’s fashion library. She’s gossiped about and adored the world over. She’s like the celebrity of celebrities. 

Famed designer Oscar De La Renta called her “a star.” But in the real scheme of things, she’s more than a star. She’s a diva, a perfectionist, needy and ambitious. 

Anna Wintour is unarguably one, if not the goddess of fashion journalism. Pages of her wish book influence millions of men and women around the world every single month. 

One thing that makes Wintour unique is her ambition, passion, and belief. Her voice and opinion will influence your fashion sense. She’s that powerful.

Several notable personalities and media houses have praised this book. 

The New York Post calls it “Better than fiction.” 

Kirkus terms it “a gleefully vicious biography of a fashion icon.” 

“Filled with gossip and scandals and peppered with celebrity names and tales… [Fascinating read about one of the great queen-bee bosses and her mission to determine and define fashion.” – Booklist

“For inquiring minds, it’s a juicy, tabloidesque read.” – Houston Chronicle. 

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43. Savage Beauty: The Life of Edna St. Vincent Millay by Nancy Milford

This biography covers the brilliant Jazz Age poet and popular feminist Edna St. Vincent Millay. It contains never-before-heard information about Millay. 

Written by Nancy Milford, “Savage Beauty” offers a perfect balance of savagery and beauty. Millay was an unpredictable fellow, harboring frequent destructive habits that the writer explored in this book. 

Her poet work was subtle and delicate. She was also the first woman to clinch the famous Pulitzer Prize. Millay’s impact on the crowd was described as legendary. Her voice was also likened to an instrument of seduction. 

Nancy Milford had exclusive access to Millay’s papers, describing what she found to be a treasure, not just a piece of information. So, “Salvage Beauty” is a book that provides insight into a woman’s life. It covers the life of Edna St. Vincent Millay in a way you have never experienced. 

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42. Start Something That Matters by Blake Mycoskie

Firstly, who should read this book? I would love to say “everyone,” but there are specific individuals who should have this book on their shelves. 

The first people I’ll recommend this book to are those who are ready to make a difference in their lives and this world via a startup business, charity, or new project. 

The second group of people is those seeking a new model of success to share with their community, children, students, or the people around them. 

The third is those inspired by charity organizations and want to learn how they start their journey. You’ll benefit massively from this book if you fall into any of these categories of persons. 

The title of this book is already an inspiration. It reads, “Start Something that Matters.

What is the book about, and who wrote it?

Mycoskie tells the story of TOMS, dubbed one of the world’s fastest-growing shoe companies. And if you want to learn how someone who doesn’t know how to make shoes created one of the world’s biggest shoe companies from scratch, this book is for you. 

The writer also provides additional innovative lessons picked up from other organizations such as charity TerraCycle, FEED, and water projects. 

Learn the simple keys or steps you need to take to transform your life or business. You have a lot to profit from this book, information-wise. 

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41. Vera (Mrs. Vladimir Nabokov) Written by Stacy Schiff

You may have read books or heard stories about Vladimir Nabokov and even read his works. But how much do you know about his wife, a damsel that changed Nabokov’s life? 

Vladimir’s wife’s name was Vera, whom the iconic poet described as “the best-humored woman he has ever known.” She was a woman every man would wish to have as a wife: intelligent, smart, and sweet. 

Stacy Schiff described Vera as a genius in her own right. She was supportive of Vladimir’s work, not only as a partner but editor and translator. She provided a helping hand when he needed one. 

She inspired some of her husband’s work and even injected her flair into some of his works. Her support benefited Vladimir massively. 

Top media houses, individuals, and organizations have nothing but high praise for this book. Here are some of the positive reviews for this book. 

Los Angeles Times describes it as “A sharply focused, vividly detailed portrait. Schiff’s elegant prose style [is] at once forceful and playfully allusive in the nicest Nabokovian fashion.”

Interestingly, the Los Angeles Times isn’t the only media house that has provided a glowing review of this book. Others include Newsday, The Chicago Tribune, and The Seattle Times. 

According to Newsday, the book is “Artful… both revolutionary and old-fashioned, an intimate biography that leaves both the dignity and the privacy of its subject intact.”

The Chicago Tribune calls it “Illuminating … “Without my wife, ‘Nabokov once remarked, ‘I wouldn’t have written a single novel’… Schiff’s work boldly and brilliantly illuminates how complex this deceptively simple statement… A superb portrait.”    

The Seattle Times is not left out, describing the book as “absorbing, often wildly amusing and deeply moving … Vera’s mere listening to Lolita did more than we shall ever know to determine what we read when we read Lolita.”  

All I can say is, read the book, and you’ll see why these media houses have such high praise for it. 

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40. Into The Wild, Written by Jon Krakauer  

Here is a powerful biography to add to your “must-read list.” It’s a book that’ll make you feel fearless and more confident in your ability. You’ll have the tools and capacity to break barriers holding you from reaching your goals in life. 

This is a literary adventure that will teach you how to live a deliberate life, a life without fear or compromise. You’ll learn to live life on your terms, not based on other people’s. 

Most people don’t know what they want. And even when they claim they know, they can’t even stand to defend it when challenges arise. Unfortunately, you can only succeed when you know what you want and pursue it with all your might. Stand for it, and never compromise despite the challenges that you may face. 

In this book, the writer tries to unravel the mystery around Christopher McCandless’ willingness to trade his bright future, college education, material comfort, and charm for death in an abandoned bus in the woods of Alaska.

This book has some positive reviews from top media houses, showing the excellent work Jon Krakauer did. 

According to the Washington Post, “The book is a narrative of arresting force. Anyone who ever fancied wandering off to face nature on its harsh terms should give it a look. It’s gripping stuff.”

The San Francisco Chronicle called the book “compelling and tragic… hard to put down.”

So, before picking up this book to read, ensure you are free for the day. As the San Francisco Chronicle puts it, the book is hard to put down. You would want to read every page and unravel the mystery around McCandless’ unfortunate situation. 

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39. A Beautiful Mind, Written by Sylvia Nasar

Sylvia Nasar did wonders in this book. It’s unarguably one of the best biographies ever written. 

This is the biography of John Forbes Nash, a mathematician, genius, and finalist of the 1998 Pulitzer Prize. He rubbed elbows with big names like Einstein, Norbert Wiener, and Jon Von Neumann at MIT and Princeton.  

In this book, Nasar explored Nash’s incredible career from when he started at MIT to his contribution to the RAND Corporation. 

Nash faced an internal battle that would have consumed him. He had schizophrenia, a disorder that almost destroyed his life. But after decades of torment, he finally recovered miraculously in the 1990s, crediting his recovery to willpower. 

It will interest you to know that Nash stopped taking his antipsychotic drug in the 1970s, though he was hospitalized severally. 

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38. The Pursuit of Happyness, by Chris Gardner

Have you watched the movie “The Pursuit of Happyness?” You’ll cherish this book even if you haven’t. The book provides information detail by detail about a homeless father taking care of a child on his own and having nothing. 

He took care of his little boy in the ‘mean’ street of San Francisco, homeless and hungry. Some days, he had nothing to eat but had to find a way to survive. 

Chris Gardner gave details of the numerous challenges he faced and how he overcame them. Not many books out there contain the life lessons that “The Pursuit of Happyness” teaches. 

He grew up fatherless and experienced a series of abuse by his stepfather, someone he expected was going to be a father figure in his life. Despite all the challenges, Chris didn’t give up on life. Most people in Chris’ shoes would have ended it, but he was hopeful that things would get better one day. 

Chris eventually had a son, and when things got rough, he could have left like his father did. But he had already made a promise to himself that he wouldn’t let his children become fatherless, just like he was treated. He was determined to stay with his son no matter the challenges he faced.  

From a homeless man sleeping in various shelters and queuing up in soup lines, Chris became one of the most powerful players in his city’s financial district.  

Though this book covers Chris’ career success and how he moved from grass to grace, it also teaches important life lessons of perseverance and focus. It shows the fact that you’re facing challenges today doesn’t mean you have no future. Instead, those challenges are there to prepare you for the next stage of your life. 

Again, Chris was able to break the family curse of parents abandoning their children. He stayed with his son, even when it was difficult and almost impossible to do so. And they spent two years of their lives homeless, poor, hungry, and dirty until fortune smiled on him.

Here are a few quotes from Chris Gardner’s

  • “The world is your oyster. 

It’s up to you to find the pearls.”

  • “The future was uncertain, absolutely and there were many hurdles, twists and turns to come, but as long as I kept moving forward, one foot in front of the other, the voices of fear and shame, the messages from those who wanted me to believe that I wasn’t good enough, would be stilled.”  

You may be going through what Chris went through, or your story might be a little different or less challenging than Chris’. But the good news I have for you is that there will be light at the end of the tunnel as long as you keep walking. 

If you stand still, you will never see the light. But if you keep moving, you eventually reach the finish line or end of the tunnel and see the light. 

Books like “The Pursuit of Happyness” can change your life in ways you can’t imagine. 

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37. The Fall of Boris Johnson: Sebastian Payne 

Many called Boris Johnson the country’s savior. He was dubbed the Conservative Party’s savior too. Boris Johnson got the Brexit deal done, so he was partly a hero in the eyes of many. 

Unfortunately, things didn’t work as planned for the country’s Prime Minister, whom many thought would stabilize the economy and take her to the promised land didn’t spend a long time in office. Boris Johnson left the seat of power in shame and disgrace after three years running the country. 

In this biography, Sebastian Payne, a Whitehall editor working for the Financial Times, shared the behind-the-scenes story of how former Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, fell. He was hit with a series of scandals ranging from Owen Patterson’s blocked suspension, Chris Pincher’s allegations, and the Partygate, which was the final nail in the coffin. 

The Partygate dealt Boris Johnson the final blow that ended his leadership position. And if there’s one person who can provide an accurate account of what transpired, Sebastian Payne will make the list.

In this book, Payne had unparalleled access to those who were present in the room at the time crucial decisions were made, which led to Boris Johnson’s downfall and final eviction from office. 

Payne also wrote Broken Heartlands and was the winner of the Parliamentary Book Awards. His book about Boris Johnson didn’t only focus on the former Prime Minister. In fact, you’ll understand how power is wielded, gained, attracted, and lost in Britain today when you read this book page by page.

The Times classified the information in this book as “delicious details.”

Furthermore, the Telegraph termed the book “revelatory.”

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36. Shirley Jackson: A Rather Haunted Life, Written By Ruth Franklin

Ruth Franklin wrote this amazing biography and brings back a Gothic figure to the modern world. She provided details of the life of Shirley Jackson, a prolific horror and mystery writer. 

Franklin was able to dig deep into the existence of the mysterious Shirley Jackson. She was able to draw a sound conclusion about the author’s life and the dark nature of her fiction writing. 

She portrayed the interplay between Jackson’s life, work, and times with insight and real skills, a reason this book is more than a biography. It’s an important book, providing glaring details of the mid-20th-century women’s history. 

“In this thoughtful and persuasive biography, award-winning biographer Ruth Franklin establishes Shirley Jackson as a serious and accomplished literary artist.” – Charles McGrath, New York Times Book Review 

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35. Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption, Written by Laura Hillenbrand 

The Wall Street Journal’s description of this book is amazing. It calls it, “extraordinarily moving … a powerfully drawn survival epic.” 

In addition, this book was the #1 New York Times Best Seller. Time Magazine also calls it the “Top Nonfiction Book of the Year” upon its release. 

Unbroken is a biography about Olympic runner Louis Zamperini, who was just twenty-six years old when his life changed for the worse. 

Zamperini’s U.S. Army’s bomber crashed and burned in the Pacific, leaving him stranded. He and two other men were afloat on a raft for forty-seven days, but that was the beginning of their  suffering. 

The Japanese Navy captured Zamperini and the other two survivors and tortured them as prisoners of war for the next two and a half years. But as the title suggests, they remained unbroken.

Laura Hillenbrand wrote the book after spending so much time tracking Zamperini’s story. She followed the story from start to finish, leaving no stone unturned. 

Hillenbrand also gave an account of how Zamperini embraced Christian evangelism years later and forgave his tormentors genuinely. His experience provides a big lesson that generations yet unborn will learn from. 

Zamperini and the other survivors showed resilience. They had hope that they would return home in one piece someday. Despite the experiences, torture, hunger, humiliation, pain, and neglect they faced, they never gave up hope. 

 Here are some of the reviews from top media houses and individuals who have read this book.

“A masterfully told true story… nothing less than a marvel.” – Washingtonian 

“A one-in-a-billion story … designed to wrench from self-respecting critics all the blurby adjectives we normally try to avoid: It is amazing, unforgettable, gripping, harrowing, chilling and inspiring.” – New York 

“Moving and, yes, inspirational … [Laura] Hillenbrand’s unforgettable book … deserve[s] pride of place alongside the best works of literature that chart the complications and the hard-won triumphs of so-called ordinary Americans and their extraordinary time.” – Maureen Corrigan, Fresh Air      

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34. Will in the World: How Shakespeare Became Shakespeare by Stephen Greenblatt

A young and gentle individual moved from a small provincial town to London in the 1580s in search of greener pastures. Suddenly, within a short period, he became one of the greatest Playwrights of all time. He was the all-time best not only in his age group but all age groups. 

That young boy was Williams Shakespeare. He did the unthinkable with a pen in his hand. His achievements were too great to be left untold. Unfortunately, little is known of Shakespeare, leaving many uninterested in pursuing his story.    

Shakespeare’s sketchy information didn’t stop Stephen Greenblatt from providing a must-read biography of the literary legend in 2004. He provided clear details that even Shakespeare himself would have been proud of. 

Greenblatt didn’t leave any stone unturned. He even provided insights into the social and political ideologies at the time and how that may have influenced Shakespeare. 

This book is inspirational, thought-provoking, and educational. It has won several awards and recognitions across the globe. 

“Will in the World” is named one of Esquire’s 50 Best Biographies of All Time. 

  Here are the reviews for this book. 

“Vividly written, richly detailed and insightful from the first chapter to last… certain to secure a place among the essential studies of the greatest of all writers.” – William E. Cain, Boston Sunday Globe

“Dazzling and subtle.” – Richard Lacayo, Time

“Greenblatt’s masterful biography is like traveling back in time to see firsthand how a small-town Englishman became the greatest writer of all time.” – Adam Morgan, Esquire. 

“A magnificent achievement.” – Denis Donoghue, Wall Street Journal

“So engrossing, clear headed, and lucid that its arrival is not just welcome but cause for celebration.” – Dan Cryer, Newsday. 

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33. Queen of Our Times: The Life of Queen Elizabeth II By Robert Hardman

Renowned royal biographer Robert Hardman covers the astonishing life of Britain’s longest-reigning monarch. 

She’s a shy person with unmatched steely confidence, inscrutable despite being in public eyes for ten decades. She’s described as outwardly reserved, calm, inwardly passionate, and young at heart. 

Hardman provided elaborate details of the queen’s complex life and showed how she remained consistent from the day she stepped on the throne at age twenty-five to the day she left this world. 

If there is somebody who can tell Queen Elizabeth II’s story with accuracy, award-winning biographer Hardman would be that person. He had unparalleled access to members of the royal family, friends, staff, and royal records.

You may likely not find a biography of the revered monarch other than the one written by Hardman.   

This biography has received a lot of praise from people and top media houses around the United Kingdom and the globe. Here are some of the reviews. 

“This is a beautifully crafted, deeply informed and rounded portrait of the gold standard monarch, and the age to which she has given her name. Robert Hardman’s Queen of Our Time has depth, feel and insight in abundance.” – Professor Peter Hennessy, winner of the Orwell Prize.   

“The essential authoritative biography of the Queen that everyone needs to read. Queen of Our Times is packed with new research, gripping details and telling anecdotes on every page, equally masterful on matters high and low, power and family. Hardman not only explains her; he defines her and her epoch.” – Simon Sebag Montefiore, New York Times bestselling author of the Romanovs.  

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32. I Heard What You Said By Jeffrey Boakye 

Here comes a powerful book that provides details of British students and the educational system. The writer feels there is rot in the educational system that needs immediate attention, as tons of students are being damaged by it.  

Jeffrey Boakye, a black teacher in the U.K., wrote this book. So, he has firsthand experience of what’s happening in the educational system. Besides, he was also a black student before he eventually became an English teacher. 

Jeffrey had spent significant time of his life navigating places of learning dominated by white kids. He has also been the only black teacher where he trained to teach and even taught.

In this book, titled “I Heard What You Said,” Boakye recounts the feeling he had, being on the margins of the British educational system. The book details how school authorities can put a stop to racism in the classroom towards teachers and even fellow students. 

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31. Scenes from My Life: A Memoir By Michael K. Williams 

The New York Times calls “Scenes from My Life” one of the best books of the year. But they aren’t the only ones full of praise for this book. 

According to Vulture, “Williams’s cool rasp leaps off every page, his story told in the direct yet impassioned language that defined his greatest characters.” 

So, why does “Scenes from My Life” have so many positive reviews from renowned media houses and individuals? 

Firstly, let’s dive into what transpired. Michael K. Williams died on September 6, 2021, leaving behind a highly successful career in the movie industry. He was described as one of the most electrifying actors of his time. 

William was almost done with his memoir before his demise. It contains details of his life from when he was a little kid and a superstar in the movie industry. It touches on issues around his life and life’s work, in general. 

From Chalky White to Broadway Empire and other award-winning roles, Williams featured in several movies and played different roles throughout his career. He also portrayed his roles with rawness and uniqueness that set him apart. 

Apart from the numerous nominations and recognitions, Williams played several characters that society was yearning for. He played characters that were often left out. 

The book “Scenes from My Life” covers William’s life in detail. These include his childhood in Flatbush, his career as a dancer, and his fight in a bar that led to the scar on his face, including other things that occurred in his life.  

Williams gave everything he had to his profession. He was an actor and performer many people his age would love to be like. He also worked with several social justice organizations and his community, especially helping at-risk youths to find their voices and carve out a future.

Here are some of the reviews for the book, “Scenes from my life.”

“Moving…[Williams’] warmth and hard-earned wisdom shine through the pages, his story ending far too soon.” – The A.V. Club. 

“This incredibly powerful, incredibly moving book should be on everyone’s must-read list.” – Brad Thor, New York Times bestselling author of Rising Tiger.  

“Immensely inspiring and candid … This bittersweet and poignant work will leave readers in awe.” – Publishers Weekly.  

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30. Long Walk To Freedom by Nelson Mandela 

Nelson Mandela was one of the greatest freedom fighters and moral and political leaders of his time. He fought racism in South Africa to a standstill but suffered severe consequences for being too vocal. 

He was jailed for over a quarter of a century but couldn’t be stopped. He made the move to a multiracial government and majority rule in South Africa possible. 

Nelson Mandela is loved and respected worldwide. His fight for the oppressed and quest for freedom for his people earned him the Nobel Peace Prize. He’s also recognized internationally as one of the outstanding leaders of his time. 

Following his release in 1990, Nelson Mandela became the president of his dear country. He was loved and adored, home and abroad. 

In this book, you’ll read Nelson Mandela’s story, which includes his setbacks, struggles, renewed hope, and triumph. It is a book you may not want to let go of from the moment you pick it up to read. 

Barack Obama classifies this book as “essential reading for anyone who wishes to understand history.”

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29. More Myself: A Journey By Alicia Keys 

Alicia Keys is one of my favorite singers. Her lifestyle is also admirable. She’s a 15-time Grammy Award winner, an accomplished actress, singer, songwriter, producer, New York bestselling author, entrepreneur, television personality, Broadway producer, and more. 

More Myself” is part autobiography and narrative documentary. It covers Alicia Keys’ journey from her candid recounting and those who have been with her through the years. 

She narrates how she tried to discover herself and celebrate her worth. She unraveled how she suffered heartache from the complex relationship she had with her father, the loss of privacy that plagued her romantic relationships, and the people-pleasing nature that characterized her early career. 

As Keys steps back and asks, “Who am I, really?” She expects readers to do the same. Learn the truth about yourself if you haven’t done so. Find out who you are. You’ll value yourself more when you know your worth. 

Dive into the life and mind of Alicia Keys, one of the most decorated singers, authors, and songwriters in history, as she tries to figure out the truth about herself. In doing so, you’ll learn the truth or be motivated to figure out the truth about who you are.   

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28. Maybe I Don’t Belong Here By David Harewood:

David Harewood’s “Maybe I Don’t Belong Here” is one of the must-read books available. It doesn’t matter if you’re a person of color or not. The lesson you’ll learn from this award-winning book is massive and what matters the most. 

The Observer calls this biography one of its best memoirs of 2021. It also won Times Best Film and Theatre Book of the Year. 

This biography detailed Harewood’s life after psychosis. His research about family history led him to the devastating truth. He also tried to understand the impact racism has on black’s mental health.  

This book is filled with suspense and detailed how racism made him developed psychosis. His acting career picked up at age twenty-three, and he eventually suffered a psychotic breakdown, which led to him being hospitalized and transferred to a locked ward. 

Convincing Harewood to go to the hospital following his psychotic breakdown was a chore. It took the effort of six police officers to restrain him, and they had to sedate him before hospitalizing him.    

Thirty years later, Harewood recovered, and tries to make sense of what happened to him. He’s trying to understand the cause of his psychotic breakdown. 

David is now an acclaimed actor and is working hard to uncover the truth about his past life. He believes unlocking the truth will save more people. So, follow him on this journey. Read what transpired and how David Harewood fought back to become one of the most successful actors of his time. 

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27. I Know Why The Caged Birds Sings By Maya Angelou

This book is as memorable and mysterious, as painful and joyful as childhood itself. Maya Angelou, a former waitress turned actress, dancer, singer, activist, writer, filmmaker, and mother, tells her gripping story as a young child. 

The multi-talented Maya discusses the longing lonely children suffer and the wonder of words that have the power to make the world right. The book discusses how Maya’s mother sent her and her brother to live with their self-sufficient grandmother in a small southern town.  

Growing up, Maya had one of the worst experiences of her life and was even attacked by a man twice her age. She lived with the consequences for many years until she realized that self-love, her strong spirit, kindness to others, and her love for authors would make her free.

This book has the power to transform lives. You’ll learn about the challenges Maya faced and how she picked herself up. 

Many people are going through what Maya went through in her past life. Some might be passing through worse. If you’re one of them, don’t give up. There is light at the end of the tunnel, as you’ll discover in this book. 

Maya refused to give up. Today, she’s regarded as one of the most accomplished actresses, singer, songwriter, dancer, filmmaker, and many other talents she possesses.

This biography, “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,” is one of Barack Obama’s favorite books. Other notable personalities also adore this book. 

“I know why the Caged Birds Sings’ liberates the reader into life simply because Maya Angelou confronts her own life with such a moving wonder, such a luminous dignity” – James Baldwin.

 This book is the first of Maya’s seven bestselling autobiographies. You can check out the book and see why it’s considered a must-read. 

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26. One Click: Jeff Bezos and the Rising of Amazon.com Written by Richard L. Brandt

In this book, Richard L. Brandt tries to unravel the mystery behind the most popular shopping platform, Amazon.com. What makes Amazon so successful?

Amazon’s business model appears deceptively simple. They make online shopping a breeze for customers around the globe and have built a good reputation over the years. 

The platform also boasts a convenient layout that attracts online buyers from different parts of the world. Payment and search for products is a breeze, too. 

 Amazon transformed Jeff Bezos from a computer whiz to one of the greatest entrepreneurs who ever lived. Richard L. Brandt was able to stumble on information after conducting interviews with competitors, employees, and observers. 

So, this book provides insight into how Jeff Bezos thinks and makes decisions that keep placing the company ahead of its competitors. In this book, you’ll learn the things Bezos and Amazon do that other companies fail to follow.   

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25. Being Henry By Henry Winkler  

Even though Henry Winkler doesn’t see himself as the nicest man in Hollywood, the people in the industry know he is. He’s so funny and intelligent. There is never a dull moment when you’re with Winkler.  

In this memoir, Winkler shares details about his childhood. You’ll experience what it feels like to live with a learning disability such as dyslexia and the pressure of roles that assume a life of its own.  

Today, Henry Winkler is considered an actor with immense depth. He has also endeared himself to an entirely new generation, taking up different roles as an actor. Winkler was no longer jobless or had difficulties landing a job. He’s now a totally different person. 

This memoir isn’t just about Winkler’s life in Hollywood or the curse associated with stardom. It shows the power that lies in telling the truth and finding fulfillment within one’s self. 

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24: At Home with Muhammad Ali by Hana Yasmeen Ali

Who can tell Ali’s story better if not a relative? He was a family-oriented sportsman and legend. 

“At Home with Muhammad Ali” is a memoir written by Ali’s daughter, Hana Yasmeen Ali. She wrote the memoir, using personal experiences with her father, materials from his audio journals, treasured family memories, and love letters.

In this biography, you’ll discover an intimate portrait of Muhammad Ali, one of the world’s top sportspersons. Ali was one of boxing’s most revered and legendary figures and a character many will keep making references to from generation to generation. 

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23. Too Many Reasons To Live By Rob Burrow 

Here is one of the best inspirational memoirs of this modern era. It is about Rob Burrow, a Rugby legend, and his battle with motor neuron disease. 

Rob is one of the greatest rugby players of all time. His numbers, performance, and trophies tell the story of how good he was. 

It is easy to tag Rob as the greatest rugby player of all time. However, the story behind how he managed to pull this off will inspire, surprise, and inspire you. 

As a child, many didn’t think Rob Burrow would amount to something in life, let alone play rugby, a game that’s so physically demanding. Rob was told he was too small to play rugby, a sport he so cherished. 

Even when he made his debut for Leeds Rhinos, many wrote Rob off. But he never gave up. He didn’t allow the negative comments people were making about him to leave an imprint on his mindset. He was determined and went on to prove his doubters wrong. 

Today, even those who doubted Rob Burrow are singing his praises. After over 500 games for Leeds Rhinos, he won eight Super League Grand Finals, three World Cup Challenges, two Challenge Cups, and even represented his country in two World Cups.   

In December 2019, Rob’s world came crashing down before his very eyes. He was diagnosed with motor neuron disease, a rare degenerative condition. He was also given a few years to live. 

Rob was only thirty-seven years old and retired when he got the confirmation that he had a motor neuron disease. People were deeply shocked and remorseful when he broke the news of his condition. 

Rob is a fighter. He has a positive mentality and energy that many people his age and status wish to have. When he broke the news and mentioned his readiness to fight till the end, people were left in awe. 

This was a kid many had written off as a rugby player. He was called names and termed a player with no future in rugby. But he didn’t listen to the negative noise about him. Rather, he was determined, and today, he’s in the Leeds Rhino Hall of Fame. He turned his predicament into something positive. 

“He’s a man full of kindness, love, and bravery.”

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22. On Days Like These: Martin O’Neil  

The impact Martin O’Neil had in football is out of this world. Not many former footballers and managers have the career successes that Martin had. 

In the memoir “On Days Like These,” Martin provides insight into his illustrious career in football. With a career spanning over 50 years, Martin had amassed a lot of experiences that many managers may not have in their entire career. 

He reflects on the highs of promotions, trophies, and World Cup fights and the lows of fan confrontation, relegation, boardroom drama, and getting fired. He has seen it all and won numerous high-profile games as a player and manager. 

In this book, you’ll read fascinating stories about Martin’s journey for both clubs and country. He explained the amazing job he did as a player for Distillery in Northern Ireland, before moving to Nottingham Forest, winning back-to-back European Cups.

Martin also discussed his work as a manager with Celtic, Wycombe, Leicester City, and Aston Villa. You’ll learn about the highs and lows of this legendary footballer turn manager’s career from this book. 

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21. Everything I Know About Love By Dolly Alderton

This memoir, “Everything I Know About Love,” has received praise across the globe. It is a book about life, romance, early adulthood, and all the struggles that come with it.  

Dolly Alderton was a journalist and former columnist for the Sunday Times. She was described as one of the best writers by Lisa Taddeo. 

When it comes to finding love as an adult, Dolly Alderton, like many adults out there, has seen it all. From finding love, securing a job, getting dumped, getting drunk, to realizing that the man in the corner shop might just be the right one for him, Dolly has seen it all. 

In this memoir, she shared her personal experiences, observations, and other vignettes, making the book applicable to the lives of women of every age group.

“Dolly Alderton has always been a sparkling Roman candle of talent. She is funny, smart, and explosively engaged in the wonders and weirdness of the world. But what makes this memoir more than mere entertainment is the mature and sophisticated evolution that Alderton describes in these pages. It’s a beautifully told journey and a thoughtful, important book. I loved it” – Elizabeth Gilbert, New York Times bestselling author of Eat, Pray, and City of Girls.

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20. Becoming By Michelle Obama

“Becoming” is a memoir written by Michelle Obama, revered as one of the most iconic, courageous, and compelling women of her time. 

Michelle didn’t only make history as the first African American first lady. The White House became more welcoming during her time.

She was a voice to the voiceless, especially to the female gender. She was a powerful advocate for women in the United States of America and around the world. 

In this memoir, Michelle Obama invites readers into her world, revealing things about her personal life and the things that shaped her growing up. From her years as a child in the Southern part of Chicago to working as an executive, a mother, and first lady, Michelle revealed it all. 

She revealed her stories with no filter, in her own words, and on her terms! So, you’re about to read the highs and lows of the former first lady of the United States of America. Read her private and public accomplishments and disappointments. 

“Intelligent, captivating, thought-provoking, and real.” 

These are the simple words that describe this powerful memoir from our dear former first lady, Michelle Obama. We hope to read more powerful books like these from successful women around the world.  

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19. In Extremis: The Life of War Correspondent Marie Colvin by Lindsey Hilsum

“In Extremis” is a powerful, thought-provoking, and action-packed biography that will intrigue you. It’s about Marie Colvin, a foreign correspondent who loved her job so dearly.

Colvin was described as a correspondence braver than boys. She did her job so well, like her hero and legendary reporter, Martha Gellhorn. 

One thing that makes Colvin’s work and career unique is not how she told her stories. The fact that she told these stories in the most brutal battles and places that even most soldiers would refuse to enter made her work unique. 

She wants to be the first person to write about the gruesomeness of war and how it affects ordinary people. She was able to cover major conflicts around the world, such as Israel and Palestine, Chechnya, Iraq and Afghanistan, and more. 

She’s described as one of the most daring war reporters of her time. Her anecdotes about her encounters with presidents and dictators such as Colonel Gaddafi, Yasser Arafat, and others are incomparable.

At one point in her career, Colvin was hit by a grenade. This led to her losing her left eye, but that didn’t stop her from doing her job and covering dangerous events. 

Foreign Correspondent Lindsey Hilsum wrote this book on behalf of Colvin, who lost her life tragically. She drew her inspiration and details about Colvin from unpublished diaries to interviews with relatives, colleagues, and friends. 

“A stunningly good biography” – William Boyd

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18. I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up For Education And Was Shot By The Taliban By Malala Yousafzai 

She’s the youngest-ever nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize. She’s a brave little girl who refused to be silenced by heartless, gun-wielding terrorists. 

I Am Malala is an inspirational biography about a young girl named Malala Yousafzi, who was nearly killed for speaking about her right to education in Pakistan. 

The Taliban took over Swat Valley in Pakistan and prevented females from going to school. But Malala refused to take no for an answer. At the age of fifteen, she was shot in the head at point-blank range while riding a bus home from school. 

Miraculously, Malala survived the gunshot wound to her head and recovered fast. 

At sixteen, she had visited top personalities in government and renowned organizations around the world. She has been invited to the hall of the United Nations to speak to world leaders.   

“Like millions around the world, I draw strength from brave Malala’s example.… Malala is a testament that women everywhere will not be intimidated into silence. We will make our voices heard.” – Gabrielle Giffords, “Time Magazine’s TIME 100.

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17. Prince: A Private View by Afshin Shahidi 

Here is an intimate snapshot of Prince’s life, compiled just after the superstar died untimely in 2016. But how did Shahidi have access to such amazing photos of Prince? 

Shahidi met Prince in 1993, and the rest was history. He became Prince’s cinematographer and the only person that was allowed to photograph him. 

Shahidi collaborated with Prince longer than anyone the superstar had ever worked with. He was even allowed to capture the famous 3121 private parties organized in Los Angeles and was regarded as one of the most sought-after invitations in Hollywood. 

In addition to the brief but rich snapshots of Prince, Shahidi used this memoir to describe his time with the superstar. The story is personal, genuine, and funny. Plus, you’ll encounter never-before-seen photos of Prince. 

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16. Butterfly: From Refugee To Olympian By Yusra Mardini  

Yusra Mardini’s biography tells the story of a young girl who expressed courage and hope in the midst of challenges that many could easily succumb to. Her heroics saved the lives of several other refugees like herself. 

This biography is about Yusra Mardini, a young Syrian refugee fleeing to Greece. Unfortunately, the small dinghy she and other refugees shared was sinking, and death was stirring at everyone in the face. 

Determined to save her life and other refugees, Yusra took to the water to push the crowded boat. She, her sister, and two other refugees refused to give up. They pushed the overcrowded boat for three and a half hours to safety.    

Saving the lives of refugees wasn’t the only thing inspirational about Yusra’s life. Her determination was out of this world. Even as a refugee, she didn’t allow her predicament to stop her from achieving her goal. 

Yusra participated in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Her story inspires millions of people around the world. 

Today, she works as a Goodwill Ambassador at the UN. However, she seeks to tell her story about the lives of refugees. She wants the world to realize that refugees are ordinary people who unluckily find themselves in extraordinary circumstances as a result of war. 

“Butterfly is a powerful story of survival, inspiration, and hope with a resounding message: no one chooses to be a refugee; rather, horrific circumstances force ordinary people to take extraordinary measures to save themselves. This unforgettable memoir shines a spotlight on the refugee experience and the role sports can play in giving a voice to those affected by conflict throughout the world” – Booklist.  

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15. The Minds of Billy Milligan by Daniel Keyes

Here is a true life story of a young man, Billy Milligan. He was arrested for rape and kidnapping but acquainted during a landmark trial that shook the country. But the reason for this was insanity caused by multiple personalities. 

Imagine having twenty-four different individuals living inside of you. Unfortunately, you never knew which of them would come out and how they would act. This was Billy Milligan’s life. 

In this haunting biography, you’ll read the shocking events that took place in Billy’s life and how he had a split psyche. Learn how Keyes tried to help him to put the fragments of his life back together.   

“A fascinating work.” – Los Angeles Times

“A shocker that will rivet even the casual reader.” – Flora Rheta Schreiber, author of Sibyl  

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14. What Are You Doing Here? By Floella Benjamin

Here is the biography of Baroness Floella Benjamin, a little girl from the Caribbean who became a British Household name and received several awards and recognitions. 

Television presenter, actress, and member of the House of Lords, Baroness is an inspiration to the world. She was born in Trinidad and moved with her family to England in 1960. 

Her first experience of racism in Britain shocked and changed her mentality. It made her realize that the only way to survive in her new country was to learn how to live in two different cultures.     

Baroness’ goal was to become the first black person to be a bank manager in Britain at the time, but life had something else in store for her. She auditioned for a national musical, and the rest was history. 

This biography is a testimony and a genuine account of the life of a determined, brave, and successful woman in the entertainment industry. It is an inspirational book that will affect your life positively.   

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13. Prairie Fires: The American Dreams of Laura Ingalls Wilder by Caroline Fraser

Have you read “Little House on the Prairie?” If you haven’t, I encourage you to do so. This book is captivating, fascinating, and interesting. It is the tell-all memoir of Laura Ingalls Wilder. 

In this memoir, Caroline Fraser draws knowledge and inspiration from never-before-seen or published historical materials to create a rich study of the author’s life. 

Fraser revealed shocking truths about her upbringing, marriage, a volatile relationship she shared with her daughter, and more. 

This is a Pulitzer Prize-winning biography. The biography also won the National Critics Circle Award. 

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12. Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr. Paul Farmer, a Man Who Would Cure the World by Tracy Kidder

There are not many books as powerful and life-changing as “Mountains Beyond Mountains” out there. It is an interesting book packed with life-changing stories and information. 

This book is about Dr. Paul Farmer, a medical doctor with a difference. It details how Dr. Farmer worked tirelessly for many decades to get rid of infectious diseases across the globe. He was such a special human being and wanted to cure the world if he could. 

Dr. Farmer worked in underprivileged areas. His humanitarian accomplishments are massive. 

Tracy Kidder is the perfect person to write about Dr. Farmer’s exploit in the medical field. Why? He shared a close bond with Dr. Farmer. 

You’ll get a sense of fulfillment and understand what it means to dedicate one’s time and attention to a cause 100%. Dr. Farmer enjoyed what he was doing. He loved his job and was happy to help out when the need arose. 

Check out the book and see for yourself. 

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11. Spare By Prince Harry:

You’ll know why “Spare by Prince Harry” is one of the fastest-selling non-fiction books of all time when you find time to read it. The revelations, lessons, and tips in this book are mind-blowing. I have read it thrice and want more!

What is “Spare” about? It’s a book about Prince Harry. 

It reveals how a twelve-year-old boy, Harry, is regarded as the carefree Prince, the happy-go-lucky Spare to the more serious Heir. Unfortunately, his mother’s death changed the rhythm of the entire story. 

Harry joined the British Army at twenty-one, but this move seems to be a step that shouldn’t have been made. It caused him to suffer post-traumatic stress. 

The press and people around Harry didn’t help much. In fact, the press inflicted more damage on him than anyone can imagine. Harry’s condition and personality made it challenging for him to find love. He needed someone that he could trust, someone that would always have his back. 

He wanted someone who would share in his pain and happiness, someone who would genuinely love him. Unfortunately, he struggled for many years to find true love. But Meghan Markle provided a shoulder he could lean on. They got married and had kids. 

The press preyed on Harry and Meghan’s relationship for years. It was almost like the couples committed an offense by falling in love, a union the press wasn’t comfortable with. 

Even when the couples gave birth, the press was still in their noses. They hurled racism abuses and spread lies about Harry and Meghan, but the couple remained strong. In fact, it was as if the more the press tried to abuse the couples, the more they grew stronger. 

In this book, Harry spoke his heart out. He told his side of the story and did so in an honest manner. You’ll be touched, thrilled, shocked, challenged, and, above all, happier when you read this book. 

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10. Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!

There is a reason “Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!” is one of the most recommended biographies by entrepreneurs. It boasts great stories and memories of one of the greatest scientists who ever lived on this planet, Richard Feynman.

Feynman was a Nobel Prize winner. He won the award for his contribution to quantum electrodynamics. He’s regarded as one of the most brilliant and influential theoretical physicists that walked on this planet. 

He wasn’t a pushover and won’t accept mediocrity. He always questioned the status quo and tested assumptions before concluding. 

What you’ll learn from this book will change your life. In addition to discussing Feynman’s numerous experiments, pranks, and projects, you’ll read about his adventures and things about him you didn’t know before now. 

Top CEOs, entrepreneurs, and inventors have read this book and are marveled by it. One of them is Sergey Brin and Larry Page, Google’s founders. They are one of the book’s biggest fans. 

Sumo’s founder, Noah Kagan, adores this book too. He even mentioned that if you meet him in person, he’s always with an extra copy of the book. He describes the book as “Amazing to read.” 

So, do you wish to learn about Feynman’s adventure, life, and projects? You’ll be glad you read this book, just like Kagan, Larry Page, Brin, and other people marveled at it. 

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9. The Snowball: Warren Buffett and the Business of Life

The Snowball isn’t the only book about Warren Buffet, but it’s one of the best I can recommend to anyone who cares to read Buffet’s biography. 

This book is very special because it contains an honest review of Warren Buffet, dubbed “The Oracle of Omaha.” The book was written with Warren Buffet’s cooperation, too. 

Born August 30, 1930, in Omaha, Nebraska, United States, Warren Buffet is a business magnate, investor, and philanthropist. He’s one of the world’s best-known fundamental investors. 

Buffet is a risk-taker and a giver. His life and exploitation in the business world provide great lessons and tips that will benefit potential investors and business people. 

Again, if you want to know about Warren Buffet, read “The Snowball: Warren Buffett and the Business of Life.” It’s the best book about the “Oracle of Omaha,” as he’s fondly called in the business world. 

He’s a billionaire worth a whopping $112.6 billion, according to Forbes. He’s the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. Just read the book, and you’ll be amazed.  

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8. Iacocca: An Autobiography

Guess who has been reading the book “Iacocca: An Autobiography” for over two decades now. His name is Ramit Sethi.  

Sethi is an American author and self-acclaimed personal finance advisor. He has written several New York best sellers and has sound knowledge about business. 

He has been reading the book every year for the past 20 years and hasn’t had enough of it. The book is packed with knowledge, wisdom, tips, and information that will put anyone on the right path. 

This Lido Anthony “Lee” Iacocca autobiography was published in 1984. It contains detailed information about the auto legend’s career in the automobile industry.

Iacocca’s career began with Ford. He then moved over with the Chrysler Corporation. He took over Chrysler when the company was facing a crucial period in its history. 

The auto legend passed away on July 2, 2019, at Bel Air, Los Angeles, California, United States. 

This book is a must-read for those interested in doing exploits in the business world. You’ll learn a lot about business finance, including how the auto legend transformed Chrysler Corporation, a company many had written off. 

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7. Empire State of Mind: How Jay Z Went from Street Corner to Corner Office

Ensure you have a pen and paper before you start reading this book because you’ll learn a lot. The book is about Jay Z, one of the most successful rappers in the history of hip-hop.

“I’m not a businessman; I am a business, man! Here is a good explanation of who Jay-Z is. He calls himself a business, and honestly, he is a business, man! Jay Z conquered the music world and did the same to the business side of music. 

What will you learn from this book? You’ll not only learn about the life of Jay Z, how he started from nothing to something. You’ll learn how he rose from the ill-famed and almost forgotten streets of Brooklyn to becoming a successful singer and business, man! 

You don’t need to be an entertainer to profit from this book. It transforms anyone who reads it. Here is what Ryan Holiday had to say about this book.

Firstly, Ryan Holiday is an American author, public relations strategist, and modern stoic. He’s the bestselling author of several books, such as Trust Me, I’m Lying, Ego Is the Enemy, The Obstacle Is the Way, Conspiracy, and other powerful books about marketing etc.  

Ryan Holiday spoke glowingly about this book. He even recommends it to anyone who needs a biography that not only teaches life-transforming lessons but one that doubles as a business book. 

According to his statement, “Here is a powerful biography, one that doubles as a business book. It showed how Jay Z applied his hustling techniques to the music business and successfully built an empire.” 

You can read the book and see what Ryan Holiday is talking about. You’ll certainly read this book repeatedly. 

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6. Shoe Dog – A Memoir by the Creator of Nike

What do you know or have you read about the Nike boss, Phil Knight? It is time to update your knowledge of one of the most successful businessmen in the sports industry. 

The “Shoe Dog” is a memoir about Phil Knight, founder of Nike. It contains information about his life from when he was just a young boy and idealess to when he started the giant sports brand called Nike. Nike is worth billions of dollars today.  

Top CEOs and business owners have spoken about this book, with Bill Gates being the latest to share his opinion. Gates explained on his blog that this book is an honest reminder of what the path to business success entails: precarious, messy, and riddled with mistakes. 

Bill Gates mentioned on his blog that he has met Knight a couple of times and has spoken with him. He claims Knight isn’t an easy individual one can fully understand. But what he liked about his book was how Phil Knight told his story. He was honest and presented his story in the book in a way that people can learn from easily.

To see someone of the caliber of Bill Gates speak so glowingly about the book “Titan: A Memoir by the Creator of Nike” shows why you should read this book. You’ll learn lessons and get tips that will change your life for good. 

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5. Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller

You may likely not have encountered a biography this huge, but it’s worth it. The “Titan” is a biography of John D. Rockefeller, a great businessman, investor, and risk-taker. This biography is 800 pages long, but every page features life-transforming stories and tips. 

Americans view John D. Rockefeller as the Jekyll and Hyde of American capitalism. He founded Standard Oil Company on January 10, 1870, with his brother and business partners.    

He was also a philanthropist who gave financial assistance when needed. His life and success in business provide a massive lesson that will have an impact on many generations.      

You have been hearing about John D. Rockefeller and how he dominated the business world in the 80s. Read his biography and learn how he became so successful.  

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4. Steve Jobs, Written By Walter Isaacson 

Though Steven Paul Jobs (Steve Jobs) is no longer here, he left us with something – an inspirational biography packed with life-changing stories and tips. He was the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of Apple until his death. Steve was also Pixar’s majority shareholder and member of Walter Disney’s board of directors following Pixar’s acquisition. 

Steve Jobs was an inventor and investor. His professional and personal life provides massive inspiration, as you’ll discover in his biography. 

Walter Isaacson wrote this amazing biography. It’s based on over 3 years of one-on-one interviews with Steve Jobs himself, colleagues, relatives, and even rivals. 

In this Biography, Steve Jobs explained how he started from a humble beginning. He discussed how he was adopted, the challenges he faced, and how to overcome those challenges. 

You don’t need to be a techie or investor like Steve Jobs to read this great book. You’ll reap massive benefits from this book regardless of your profession or status. 

This book will challenge you to dream big and think impossibly in everything you do. It’s a must-read for anyone seeking inspiration.

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3. Creativity, Inc: Overcoming The Unseen Forces That Stand In The Way of True Inspiration

Are you seeking a biography you can learn management and leadership from? Creativity, Inc. is a wise choice for you. 

Are you familiar with Pixar Animation? Well, Ed Catmull is its co-founder. Amy Wallace and Ed Catmull wrote the book Creativity, Inc. in 2014. But the content of the book is ever-green. It’s a must-read for everyone, especially techies. 

Mark Zuckerberg is one of the top CEOs who have read Creativity, Inc. and got inspired by it. Everyone who has had the privilege to read this book has had something positive to say about it. 

A Handy Tip: This book will show you how to manage your creativity and make your dreams a reality. It will inspire your creative spirit and make you understand that you can succeed amid challenges or road bumps on the way. Read and get inspired to take productive action. 

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2. Alibaba – The House That Jack Ma Built

“The House That Jack Ma Built” is another powerful biography. I encourage everyone to read it. Learn how one of Amazon’s biggest competitors, Alibaba. Learn how Jack Ma, the founder of Alibaba, built his empire from nothing.

Duncan Clark had the privilege to write the pages, and he did a perfect job. This biography is both inspirational and touching. You’ll surely connect to it emotionally and otherwise. 

Not many businesses or business owners can survive the political turmoil in China or similar countries. But Jack Ma did it. He established Alibaba in China at a period when the country was in a dire state politically. 

Jack Ma grew Alibaba from nothing to one of the biggest companies in the world, or rather, the e-commerce business world. He’s a man of courage and one who believes nothing is possible when one focuses on achieving a goal. 

Top individuals in the business community, entertainment industries, government, and CEOs of top organizations have read this book and are wowed by it. Sir Martin Sorrell, the CEO of WPP, is one of the big names who have read this biography. 

Sir Martin Sorrell’s comment about this book shows why it’s a must-read. He claimed that anybody who thinks the Chinese people are just copying and stealing technology from the West should read the book (referring to “The House Jack Ma Built”). 

He tagged Jack Ma, part Steve Jobs, part Bill Gates, part Larry Page, part Mark Zuckerberg, and part Sergey Brin, all rolled into one. 

You can read the book and see for yourself. 

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1: Elon Musk – Quest For A Fantastic Future  

Elon Musk is a popular figure and doesn’t need much introduction. People know him for his exploits in SpaceX, Tesla, Starlink, and Twitter (now called X).   

Elon Musk is a successful businessman and a staunch risk-taker. Many entrepreneurs today won’t dare to take the risks Elon Musk took back then. He founded SpaceX with a view to make space travel affordable and colonize Mars one day. 

Space travel is a government-dominated industry, but that was music to Elon Musk’s ears. He competed with the government and made a fortune from the business. 

Elon Musk is no stranger to inspirational biographies. He has mentioned in multiple interviews that he reads biographies, most especially inspirational ones. That could be where he had his inspiration and unmatched risk-taking ability. 

Ashlee Vance published Elon Musk’s biography in 2015. However, many who have had the privilege to read it describe it as something more than a biography. 

This biography of Elon Musk’s biography is a must-read for everyone. It doesn’t matter whether you’re an entrepreneur or will be someday. Read and learn how one of the world’s most successful businessmen, serial investors, and risk-takers rose to the peak in the business world.

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These inspirational biographies boast information that can transform your life for good. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you’re currently going through. People have passed through similar challenges, and some came out strong. So, you, too, can come out strong. 

Read stories of notable personalities in the world today and see how they overcome their challenges. Check out how brave, courageous, determined, smart, hopeful, and successful those who faced dire challenges in their lives became. 

You can rise above that challenge you’re facing. You can be successful in that business. You need the right information from the right people. And there is no better place to get inspiration than reading biographies of people who have passed through fire and come out well-refined. 


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