YOU Magazine - September 2020 - Self-Help Books You Should Have Read By Now
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Self-Help Books You Should Have Read By Now

Self-Help Books You Should Have Read By Now

You've probably heard of these popular, paradigm-shifting self-help books. People have raved about these books pushing them to higher levels of success. But if you haven't read them yet yourself, you might be wondering why they're worth it. What does each book focus on, and how can that help you?

1. "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" by Stephen R. Covey

This is one of the most common books recommended to help you engage in habits that boost productivity and success. While it provides a guide to these habits, it also outlines how to live with integrity to boost your efficiency and overall prosperity both at home and in the workplace.

2. "The Power of Positive Thinking" by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale

Peale's book from the 1950s is one of the earliest self-help books of its kind and has helped to shape the entire scope of self-improvement. It provides a good foundation for thinking positively in your professional and social lives to build self-confidence and foster an ongoing optimistic mindset.

3. "The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up" by Marie Kondo

According to Marie Kondo's way of life, a cluttered space equates to a cluttered mind. If you are able to de-clutter your space by only holding on to the worldly items that "spark joy," you'll not only be able to shake your hoarding ways but reorganize your mindset to help you acknowledge and value what is most important and let go of the things that don't serve you.

4. "The Four Agreements" by Miguel Ruiz

Miguel Ruiz draws his inspiration for The Four Agreements from ancient Toltec wisdom. This book offers deep insight into four very simple mindsets you can leverage to become a highly effective leader.

5. "The Now Habit" by Neil Fiore

We're all aware of the negative effects of procrastination. And unfortunately, procrastination now just leads to a habit of future procrastination. "The Now Habit" offers an exciting proposition: schedule fun before work. Making time for the activities that bring you happiness and scheduling work into the remaining space actually results in higher productivity because you are given the freedom, time, and space to enjoy your work.

Happy reading!

Source: Goalcast, Success

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