Here I have compiled the Top 5 self help books that actually work for people who are looking for an at-home solution to short term problems. These self-help books teach you important life lessons through quotes, euphemisms, and symbolism. Jot down your favs or share with your friends, you
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Firstly, this book is INCREDIBLE. Not only does it bring to light a centuries-old secret that, once revealed, will take you to the great ah-ha moment, but the testimonies of peoples experiences with implementing this strategy and showcasing its lifelong effects.
It will not only grasp your attention but inspire you. And we all know that even a little
“As you learn The Secret, you will come to know how you can have, be, or do anything you want. You will come to know who you really are. You will come to know the true magnificence that awaits you in life.”Introduction to The Secret by Rhonda Byrnes
The Alchemist is a MUST in any self-help library, period. I find myself coming back to this book more than all of my books combined.
I’m talking symptoms. Self-doubt, wanting to give up, thoughts of not being good enough and more. They are all addressed (even if not on purpose).
Throughout the book, you will learn with the shepherd boy not only how to follow your dreams but how to see the world without forgetting the amazing things that are already in front of you.
If you’re into no-nonsense straight to the point honesty, then this book is for YOU! I highly recommend getting this book as an audiobook! It makes for good hands-free listening that will inspire you and up your productivity 100%!
Mark Manson does an incredible job with getting you out of what we call the *sunken place*. He makes you want to take action in your life and say FUCK IT!!
Inspiring and full of funny, motivating stories, this book is by far one of the best self-help books you could ever have in your arsenal.
4. Maybe Its You. By Lauren Handel Zander
I know what you’re thinking, it’s not me, its everyone else. Throw that mindset away and get this book! I promise you it’s not what you think. It’s not a book full of ways to point out everything that’s wrong with you.
I want you to know that I would never post those kinds of books as self-help books because they don’t help, they destroy.
Lauren has done a terrific job with this book. It helps you get out of a certain mindset and start thinking for success. “Cut the Crap, Face Your Fears and Love Your Life”.
If those words don’t inspire you, then the real-life assignments will.
Every chapter has little activities for you to do. These activities are crucial to understanding yourself through this journey and getting the most out of this book. By the end of this book, you will feel fearless. I promise.
Lastly, (but surely not least) we have The Four Agreements. When I say this book puts a lot into perspective when your mind is thinking about 5 million unimportant things (no seriously). Now sure, maybe some of the agreements in the book are going to make you say wel
But what really helps put things into perspective is how many times have you abided by these agreements? Was it today? Last week? Never?
I encourage anyone who follows my blog to read The Four Agreements. Its an irreplaceable staple in any library.