Top 10 Best Self-Help Books

Top 10 Best Self-Help Books

Self-Help books are basically books meant for personal development. These books have practical steps to breaking habits, norms and beliefs which deter growth. It also helps in improving weaknesses which come with our personality types.

In particular it is not specific to any field or business type. We all need a self help book to enable us understand ourselves, people and our environment. Like a counselor would, these books sit you down with steps to take to change your life and be your best self.

So here we go, Top Ten Self-help Books of 2019

1.You Are A Badass By Jen Sincero

You Are a Badass is a self-help book, basically to counsel you on how to see yourself with a new light, identifying the wrong beliefs and fears which limit you and have been familiar to you. The author takes a step further in explaining how to find your passion with an insight on how to have a good relationship with money.

2. How To Win Friends And Influence People By Dale Carnegie

Dale Carnegie in his book explains principles on how to live with people and imorove your attitude towards the society via stories and examples you can relate with.

3. The Four Hour Workweek By Tim Ferriss

Though published in 2007, the book is incredibly relevant in explaining the methods to break off from a corporate life and create a business to fund the lifestyle you’ve always wanted.

4. Daring Greatly By Brené Brown

Daring greatly is just another way of the author to counsel on her passion: courage and compassion, connection and vulnerability. In the author’s words, “I define vulnerability as uncertainty, risk and emotional exposure. With that definition in mind, let’s think about love. Waking up every day and loving someone who may or may not love us back, whose safety we can’t ensure, who may stay in our lives or may leave without a moment’s notice, who may be loyal to the day they die or betray us tomorrow — that’s vulnerability.”

5. Raise Your Hand By Alice Tapper

For children: 4-8 years
When Alice Tapper noticed that the girls in her class weren’t participating as much as the boys, she knew she had to do something about it. With help from her Girl Scout troop and her parents, she came up with a patch that other girls could earn if they took a pledge to be more confident in school. Alice even wrote an op-ed about the experience for the New York Times! Inspired by that piece, this picture book illustrates her determination, bravery, and unwillingness to accept the status quo. With Marta Kissi’s delightful illustrations depicting Alice’s story, young readers everywhere will want to follow Alice’s lead and raise their hand!

6. Radically Happy By Eric Solomon and Phakchok Rinpoche

Get to know your own mind, stop judging, and be attentive.

7. The Myth of the Nice Girl, by Fran Hauser

If you’re familiar with the classic dilemmas of wanting to be nice but not wanting to be seen as a doormat and wanting to be a leader but afraid of being seen as a bitch, this book is for you! Hauser explains exactly how to become a successful career woman without having to change who you are.

8.The Happiness Hack, by Ellen Petry Leanse

Leanse spent years studying people’s tech habits at companies like Google and Facebook, which is when she realized you can create habits with your devices. That means you can create positive habits. She’ll help you stop living on autopilot, focus on parts of your lives that actually matter, and dedicate more time to the things you truly enjoy.

9. Finding your own North Star by Martha Beck

New York Times bestselling author and Life Designs, Inc. creator Martha Beck shares her step-by-step program that will guide you to fulfill your own potential and create a joyful life.

10. Eat that frog! By Brian Tracy

The legendary Eat That Frog! (more than 1.5 million copies sold worldwide and translated into 42 languages) will change your life. There just isn’t enough time for everything on our “To Do” list—and there never will be. Successful people don’t try to do everything. They learn to focus on the most important tasks and make sure they get done.

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