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  1. Any of them. They all repeat the same thoughts, starting with Kornegi and ending with no one, as this is a gold mine for writers. It is always easier to write how things should ideally be than to follow this path yourself.

    If you want to dig into yourself, it is better to pay attention to psychology. But here it is better to contact a psychologist who is more competent in this matter and has read a lot of books in various psychological areas of scientific thought.

    And it is also useful to read biographies of famous people, you can start at least with ancient Greece. Someone at the age of 32 was the king of the world, but ended up badly: (

  2. If you want to think more broadly, read on! 58 books that will teach you how to do this!

    1. Dante Alighieri's “The Divine Comedy”

    2. Aristotle's “Politics”

    3. Alexander Afanasyev “Russian cherished fairy tales”

    4. Richard Bach “A Seagull named Jonathan Livingston”

    5. Alexander Belyaev “Air seller”

    6. Anthony Burgess, “A Clockwork Orange”

    7. Mikhail Bulgakov “The Great Chancellor”

    8. Mikhail Bulgakov “The Master and Margarita”

    9. Boris Vasilyev “Wasn't on the list”

    10. Kurt Vonnegut “Slaughterhouse Five”

    11. Goethe's Faust

    12. Nikolai Gogol “Dead Souls”

    13. Alexander Griboyedov “Woe from wit”

    14. The Taoist Book of Proverbs “Chuang Tzu”

    15. Philip K. Dick “Do androids dream of electric swimmers?”

    16. Fyodor Dostoevsky “The Brothers Karamazov”

    17. Fyodor Dostoevsky “The Idiot”

    18. Fyodor Dostoevsky “Crime and Punishment”

    19. Evgeny Zamyatin “We”

    20. Patrick Suskind ” Perfumer. The story of a killer”

    21. Eugene Ionesco “The Bald Singer”

    22. Carlos Castaneda “The Art of Dreaming”

    23. Carlos Castaneda “The Wheel of Time”

    24. Carlos Castaneda “The Teachings of Don Juan”

    25. Franz Kafka's “The Process”

    26. Nick Cave “And behold the donkey of the Angel of God”

    27. Jerzy Kosinski “The Painted Bird”

    28. Agota Christophe “The Thick Notebook”

    29. Choderlo de Laclos “Dangerous Connections”

    30. Gabriel Garcia Marquez, “One Hundred Years of Solitude”

    31. Ken Kesey, “One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest”

    32. Lewis Carroll “Alice through the Looking Glass”

    33. Lewis Carroll “Alice in Wonderland”

    34. Timothy Leary “The Story of the Future”

    35. Timothy Leary's “The Seven Languages of God”

    36. Terence McKenna, “Food of the Gods”

    37. “Moby Dick or the White Whale”by Gerwin Melville

    38. Friedrich Nietzsche “Thus spake Zarathustra”

    39. Vladimir Orlov “Violist Danilov”

    40. Chuck Palahniuk “Fight Club”

    41. Viktor Pelevin “Generation P”

    42. Victor Pelevin “Chapaev and the Void”

    43. Plato “The State”

    44. Andrey Platonov”Pit”

    45. Andrey Platonov “Chevengur”

    46. Mario Puzo “The Godfather”

    47. Osho Rajneesh “Beyond Enlightenment”

    48. Jean Paul Sartre “Nausea”

    49. “The Catcher in the Rye”by Jerome Salinger

    50. Antoine de Saint-Exupery “The Little Prince”

    51. Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes

    52. The Strugatsky brothers “Picnic on the roadside”

    53. The Strugatsky brothers “It's hard to be a God”

    54. The Strugatsky brothers “Predatory things of the Century”

    55. Tatiana Tolstaya “Kys”

    56. Ernest Hemingway “For Whom the Bell Tolls”

    57. Karel Chapek “War with Salamanders”

    58. The Tibetan Book of the Dead by Carl Jung

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