The Helpful Guide to the Best Self Help Books

Quote: “I learned how to believe in myself. Learned how to set goals, you know, self help books man. I just read every single one I can get a hold of, and I still do.” –Drew Carey

Question: If I’m looking for self help why would I read a book written by someone else?

Fact: Self-improvement books now account for at least a $2.5 billion a year industry in the U.S. alone.

 

Person One:  You’re the type of character to spend hours in libraries reading and scanning through multiple books, analyzing most, if not every sentence and examining all the ways the author could have possibly reworded the sentence you just finished reading.

Person Two: You’re the median, the one who occasionally scouts for books outside of their comfort zone. You spend around 3 weeks searching, scanning and reading reviews for the perfect book whileslowly starting to give up thinking “There’s no books out there for me” or “I’ll just read To Kill a Mockingbird for the sixth time.” I mean no hate towards Harper Lee and the classical American literature; but c’mon, the 21’st century has became another dimension for authors and their masterpieces don’t give up now!

Person Three: You are none of these things. Not the book worm and not the type to even scout for a book. However, just because you aren’t type one or two doesn’t mean you can’t start now. I mean you obviously don’t hate reading that much since you’ve just read 250 words to see if I was going to write about those who don’t like reading. So no, I didn’t forget about people like you. Shockingly, I was once just you. So let’s make a deal, you continue and finish reading this article about the benefits of reading self help books and finding spiritual and emotional happiness and if you’re not fascinated and interested in reading at least five pages of one of the books I recommend, then you can take it up with my manager, however I have a feeling by the time you’re done, you’ll be saying “I’ve been missing out on so many helpful opportunities” and you will forget all about your phone, and showering and eating because you’re just too busy improving your life.

Self help books can range from balancing your work, academic and social life to reaching your spiritual climax or even just adding a touch of color to your wardrobe. Let’s get started in this amazing adventure to starting your new and improved life.

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Looking for success help?

Book: Instructions for Happiness and Success by Susie Pearl

Not only does this book allow you to write your process to fulfilling a happier life but it also is a step-by-step manual to creating a mind altering experience where you get to create the life you choose. The tools in this book allow you to bring determination, peace, joy and inspiration into your life. Get to reading and turn your dreams into reality.

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Looking for Mindfulness Guidance?

Book: Living in the Moment by Anna Black

This book teaches you how to let your past go and to start living in the future. It also shows step-by-step tutorials to meditate and connect with your spiritual side. This is the perfect read for those who need to let resentment and rage go and to start living to the best of their abilities.

Looking to Get Your Life Together?

Book: Roadmap by Roadmap Nation

This handy read is all about moving on, defining yourself and duh becoming who you really are. If you have no idea what you want to do with your life, or you know exactly what you want to do but don’t know how to get there, this guide is specially made for you. Don’t just take my word for it, find it online and read, read, read!

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Need Help in The Fashion and Beauty Department?

Book: Get Gorgeous; 21 Days to a More Beautiful Confident You?

This 21 day challenge isn’t only a super cute book to read but also has the best beauty quotes and tips to looking like you came straight out of a magazine. This book is filled with21 projects and short paragraphs to gaining confidence on the outer parts of you.

Books written by others discussing issues you have in your life is a way to connect with the author and to make you feel like you aren’t alone in these situations. Everyone needs helping finding spiritual wellness, or confidence in your body and success, however many won’t admit it. So start to brainstorm things you need to work on and get to reading. I’ll be expecting messages thanking me for changing your life, enjoy.