5 Self-Help Books Everyone Should Have

Are you looking for a self-help crash course? Here is a list of top 5 self-help books I think you ought to have, especially if you’re looking for success, wisdom, wealth, and to reach your full potential.

I chose these 5 self-help books because of the value the authors offer to their readers. The principles are clear and inspiring, and if applied there is a promise of extraordinary living.

The 5 self-help books include:

The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell.

You’re right! This book is not a self-help book. But… this book opens your mind to see beyond what you currently see. It sheds light on what causes a tipping point; what makes a fad, trend, or a book climb to the top of the bestselling list. Is there a tipping point… a boiling point at which amazing things begin to happen and spread like wild fire? Gladwell has an excellent way of explaining why the answer to this question is an astounding Yes.

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain

This must-have self-help book explores the strength of introverts in a world that values extroverts and human networking. It encourages the world to honor the strengths and values every personality type has to offer. It illustrates the balance introverts and extroverts bring to the workforce and the world. More importantly, it helps the introverted reader build courage and accept the value they have to offer to the world. Introversion is no longer vulnerability or a weakness but a valuable strength!

The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment by Eckart Tolle

Powerful. Insightful. Enlightening. Awaken to your authentic self to live an enlightened life by honoring your indestructible being. This book takes you a on a journey of self-discovery, truth, and light. Find out what it means to live in the moment.

Think and Grow Rich: The Original 1937 By Napoleon Hill

This is a classic self-help book and the most read self-improvement book of all time. In it, Napoleon Hill shares his secret formula for achieving success. Its value comes in the simple and easy to replicate 6-step plan almost every successful businessperson, entrepreneur, and goal oriented individual, consciously or unconsciously, uses to achieve fame and fortune.

The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich by Timothy Ferriss

This is a great self-help book loaded with strategies to break the monotonous of the nine to five living. Overlook the author’s blunt message and consider the systems he’s proposing to create a better life with the time saved.

These are the top 5 self-help books everyone should have.

Source by Bruno Logreco

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