6 Self-Improvement Books You Should Check Out
Life can be hard and full of obstacles we can’t overcome on our own. It could be dating, battling with depression, losing motivation because of poor job opportunities, and several other problems. During times like these, we need to do the work ourselves. To facilitate this, there are self-improvement and self-help books. Here are a few that should be on your reading list.
Whatcha Gonna Do With That Duck by Seth Godin
This book is as general as it gets. Seth Godin started a blog back in the 90s. Whatcha Gonna Do With That Duck is a collection of his blog posts and a few short ebooks. His texts, thoughts, and quips will help you with taking control of your life, whether it is to improve your business or to fix a personal problem.
Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson
This is one of those books where the message needs to be conveyed through a story in order to truly be heard. The story follows four characters: two mice and two men. They all run through the maze in search of cheese. However, we get to see what happens when they find a big chunk of cheese.
It is a story about the sense of security and the need to be on the lookout for changes in the workplace. The book teaches us to be adaptable and always on the move, rather than settle down.
You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero
Sometimes we forget how awesome we are. Self-doubt is our greatest enemy, and this book will show you how to love yourself even in the times where all seems bleak. The difference between this book and the others is the collection of exercises at the end. These will make sure you don’t just skim over the book and forget what it’s about.
Declutter Your Mind by Steve Scott and Barry Davenport
Are often nervous and anxious? Do you feel like the obligations and life situations are each like a time-bomb waiting to go off and that there’s neither time nor way to solve your problems? Declutter Your Mind gives you a chance to reorganize and prioritize your tasks, all the while keeping your head cool.
The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do In Life and Business by Charles Dubigg
You wake up in the morning, make the bed, brush your teeth, have morning coffee, and go to work. This is just one routine many people have in common. There are good habits and bad habits each of us possesses. The Power of Habit is there to help you lose bad habits while gaining some good ones. You should feel your life and career change for the better.
How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie has written a number of self-improvement books. This one deals with changing your outlook on life, but also being more likable to people around you. With this book on your side, you will be able to persuade people to support your business ventures.