Best Self-Help Books You Should Add To Your Shelf Today!
Non-fiction can be very boring, we understand! But now, that you are here to know about self-help books, doesn’t seem like you are quite uninterested in it. Even though there goes a myth that self-help books never help, but reading I am pretty sure your thoughts and views alter after reading them. One book won't change your entire life and render all life’s solutions, but at least the knowledge and perceptions gained from the reading can make a huge impact on your life.
Therefore, we are here to give you a list of the top self-help books that will gift you a new way of looking at life and make little changes in your lifestyle.
- How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie's tried-and-true wisdom has helped many people climb the corporate and professional growth ladder. How to Win Friends and Influence People is one of the most innovative and everlasting bestsellers of all time. The book will teach you six ways to get people to like you, twelve ways to get people to agree with you, and nine ways to influence opinions without causing anger, and a lot more.
- Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
The "Granddaddy of All Motivational Literature," Think and Grow Rich was the first novel to raise the provocative question, "What makes a winner?". Napoleon Hill, the man who posed the question and waited for the answer, is now regarded as one of the world's greatest champions. The most successful of all accomplished teachers spent "a fortune and the best part of a lifetime of work" developing the "Rule of Success" theory that serves as the foundation of this book and has powerfully summarized the tale throughout the plot.
- Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life by Héctor García and Francesc Miralles
The writer conducted interviews with inhabitants of the Japanese village with the largest proportion of 100-year-olds—one of the world's Blue Zones—while writing this novel. Ikigai shares the secrets to their survival and happiness: how they feed, travel, work, and cultivate teamwork and culture, and— their best-kept secret— how they seek the Ikigai that gives fulfillment to their lives. It also includes useful resources to assist you in discovering your own Ikigai.
- Finish What You Start by Peter Hollins
Finish What You Start is a one-of-a-kind study of the psychology and science of success, efficiency, and having stuff accomplished. It explores why we get lost and offers thorough, step-by-step strategies you can use right away. Every stage of finishing and following through is addressed, and even productivity experts can find something new to discover.
- Stop Procrastinating by Nils Salzgeber
Stop Procrastinating contains more than 20 science-based tactics for overcoming laziness, releasing yourself from undue shame, and getting stuff done whether you feel like it or not. An easy method for conditioning the unconscious mind to behave in the way you choose. If you're a struggling undergraduate, an ambitious entrepreneur, a stay-at-home parent, or even someone who deals with encouragement on a daily basis, realize that by pursuing the knowledge in Stop Procrastinating, you can resolve procrastination.