“There is virtue in work and there is virtue in rest. Use both and overlook neither” –…
Want to hone your leadership skills? Having trouble sleeping? Feeling stuck with your studies? You are no exception from the sea of students looking for answers to such questions. Thereby, let the self-help books shine.
Such books provide readers with the necessary steps to help them reach a specific outcome or expectation. They have the power to give instructions on how to improve lives, thinking and dealing with situations. Many of these self-help books are based on proven strategies used by their respective authors while others are based on research.
There exists an astounding 417,000 self-help books online and the number is continuously increasing. Given this staggering collection, there are high chances that you could get confused while making a choice. Narrowing your search and saving on some time, we have curated a list of five best self-help books that are worth your read.
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
With over 15 million copies sold worldwide since the day it was published in 1963, the book is one of the best sellers of all self-help books. It has been ranked 19th on Time Magazine’s list of top 100 influential books. The book teaches you the best techniques for handling people. Furthermore, it teaches the art of making people like you. A pioneer of all genres, this book is a great compilation of tips to win hearts.
Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert
Best known for her memoir Eat, Pray & Love from 2006, Elizabeth Gilbert’s fresh release is the Big Magic. In this book, the author has shared some of her intimate experiences with magic and creativity. Further, providing its readers with accumulated wisdom on the right approach for creative process, through personal experiences.
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo
Taking tidying to a whole new level, the book works around altering the mindset of its readers and decluttering their thoughts for a truly exciting experience. The thoughts shared in this book are more than just organising, they are actually life-changing.
The Little Book of Big Lies: A Journey into Inner Fitness by Tina Lifford
If you find contentment in story-driven life lessons, then this book is worth your time and reading effort. Readers believe that this book is an illuminating guide to true self-care. And as the title says, the book takes you on a journey of self-discovery that will turn your shame into self-acceptance and self-rejection into self-love. Altogether, the book completely transforms your thinking about life and yourself.
No Excuses! The Power of Self Discipline by Brian Tracy
It is a common belief that success comes through luck. Little do they know that successful people accomplish goals through self-discipline. And this is exactly what the book is all about. No Excuses! is based on the author’s personal experience and the idea is to make the readers understand the importance of self-discipline. Thereby, achieving success in all three major areas of life: 1) Personal Goals 2) Career Goals 3) Overall Happiness