Favorite Self-Help Books

I love to read. I always have a few books on my nightstand and a long list of books I want to read. Self-help books will always be my favourite. However, I enjoy all types of books. It’s amazing how books can make you think and create positive thoughts. In this blog, I want to share with you my favourite self-help books;

The Books

Favorite Self-Help Books

Atomic Habits – James Clear

This book is all about building good habits and breaking bad ones. However, it’s much more exciting and interesting than it sounds. The writer James Clear is known as the ‘habit expert’. By applying small changes to your life, relationship, and finances, you will experience huge improvements. This is definitely a personal favourite.

Favorite Self-Help Books

The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind – Joseph Murphy

This is a self-help book in which the author, Joseph Murphy, focuses on his theory that harnessing the power of the subconscious mind can bring a positive transformation in any individuals’ life. In conclusion, once you learn how to use the power of this book there is nothing you will not be able to accomplish.

Favorite Self-Help Books

The 4-Hour Work Week – Timothy Ferris

Entrepreneurs will love this book. In fact, anyone who reads The 4-Hour Work Week will learn tons from this book. However, it will change your actions and perspective on this within the first few pages. Ferris promises a way to get all the rewards of working without having to wait until you’re old or until it’s the end of your career.

Favorite Self-Help Books

Rich Dad Poor Dad – Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter 

This book is written in 1997. However, I highly recommend this book to everyone. This book will change your financial perspective in life. In addition, it will teach you so much about finances and it’s a fun read. You don’t need a huge income to be rich.

Let me know what you think of these books in the comment section.

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Rina Jacobs

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Rina Jacobs is a Personnel Agent and holds a degree in Human Resource Management. She also enjoys being active on social media platforms. Her love for sport and fitness began at a very young age and self-discipline is what keeps her on her feet. She believes that happiness comes from within and a positive mindset is a key to success. An interesting fact about Rina: She enjoys playing Fifa soccer on PlayStation in her free time.

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