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Reading is a habit that not only gives you an idea on a subject but also develops you as a person, both mentally and spiritually. The one who loves to read must have understood the feeling of which we are talking. As the phrase goes, readers are leaders, and in fact, it is entirely accurate given the fact that what type of books you are reading. Reading can transform you as a person, which is why it is essential to read books.

So, when reading can make you a leader, why not read about the leaders themselves. We want to recommend some autobiographies of the visionary leaders of the world. The life of these personalities is a learning in itself, which will make a good read and inspire you to the things that you always wanted to do and move out of your comfort zone.

Let us hop on to the list of those autobiographies of personalities that have the power to transform your self-belief and subconscious minds. And we are so sure that you would love to read them again & again.

Here we go

Autobiography of Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

The first on the list is the autobiography of the legendary founder of Apple Inc, Steve Jobs. An autobiography written by Walter Isaacson throws the light on the life of Apple co-founder from his childhood days to the commencement of Apple to his death. The world may see him as an epitome of success, but there were many ups and downs in his life, which undoubtedly gives us valuable lessons to learn from the life of legend himself. This book is a must-read for entrepreneurs and businessmen/women, for there is nothing wrong with learning from the most prominent entrepreneur of the previous generation. Therefore, this makes it to the top of our list of the best autobiographies to read once in a lifetime.

A long walk to freedom: By Nelson Mandela

A long walk to freedom: Nelson Mandela’s Autobiography speaks volumes about the life and struggles of his glory from prison to the presidential throne written by the man himself. He tells us about his fight from nobody to one of the glorifying personalities of the world.

There are so many things in life that confuse you, be it your work, your relationships and whatnot. His autobiography will make you realize the importance of patience and the power of one’s dreams and the ability to believe in oneself when no one else is in your life. Hence, this makes it to the second in the list of the best autobiographies to read once in a lifetime.

Autobiography of Mahatma Gandhi: My experiments with truth

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi and the Father of the Nation in India, has stated his struggle to make India free from British rule in his autobiography. He notes the beginning of his journey as a freedom fighter and from where he got inspired to start the triumph against the British Raj and fulfil his dream of free India.

The autobiography of Mahatma Gandhi will surely keep you glued to the end. It will make you believe that nothing in life is easy, but what matters, in the end, is your attitude towards the problem and not the problem itself. This is a must-read autobiography if you are a fan of Mahatma Gandhi or if you want to know India’s struggle for freedom.

Autobiography of Elon Musk by Ashlee Vance

Another tech wizard after Steve Jobs, but more intriguing personality, Elon Musk, is a visionary and has been able to see and imagine what no one else could do so. The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX is changing the future of humanity by building luxury electric cars and colonizing Mars through his respective companies. One of the most influential personalities of our times and a billionaire entrepreneur’s autobiography, written by Ashlee Vance, states the life struggles from once a bullied kid to one of the top CEO’s of the world.

His autobiography teaches us that we should try and think out of the box and choose the path less taken to disrupt the norms of the world. And if you want to change the future, you have to change the present. Plus, this book is also recommended for the young and first generation of entrepreneurs.

Therefore, this autobiography comes at number four in our list of best autobiographies.

Autobiography of A.P.J Abdul Kalam: Wings of fire

Wings of Fire: an autobiography of A.P.J Abdul Kalam Azad, the 11th President of India, popularly known as the Missile Man of India, is one of the most influential figures of the world. He mentions in his book how he started from nothing and eventually became the President of India. He has narrated his life, which is inspiring and encourages us to follow our dreams and passion. He was a firm believer that every one of us has the strength and potential to make a tangible change in the world. Thus, this inspirational man’s autobiography comes at number five in the list of best autobiographies to read once in a lifetime.

These are the first few autobiographies that are, as mentioned earlier, have the power to change the mindset of a person positively. We would definitely recommend them to read once because you haven’t read anything if you haven’t read these.

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