Books have the power to expand our horizons and improve our moods. They can show us worlds we would never have access to and support us in our lives. There’s no better companion to have along for the ride. But where to start?
It’s fair to say that 2020 was a rollercoaster. And we’ve all entered 2021 fresh-faced and hoping for the best. That attitude has left us wanting to improve ourselves and change our lives for the better. What better way to help you on your self-improvement and empowerment journey than with a few books!
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
Not all self-help books have to be non-fiction, as you’ll come to find with Coelho’s The Alchemist. The Brazillian author weaves empowering truths in with the story of his young shepherd protagonist. Written as a short fable, this book will leave you with numerous quotes and inspiring statements. This book is for lovers of adventure, with a few home truths along the way.
The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin
The Happiness Project is a brilliant book to start with on your life-changing journey. It’ll help you realize balance in your life and better understand what makes people happy. And it’s tried and tested format. Rubin wrote the book while conducting a year-long experiment on happiness. Each month she focussed on a different category, creating a 12 section format book that’s easy to read. And the stories are inspiring and relatable.
Mindset by Carol S Dweck
World-renowned psychologist Carol Dweck turned her hand to writing when she discovered the power of mindset. Dweck will tack you on a journey through fixed and growth mindsets, leaving you with advice aplenty on how to embrace the more successful of the two. This book will introduce you to a new world of potential – your own potential.
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The Power Of Now by Eckhart Tolle
It wouldn’t be much of a self-improvement and empowerment list if Eckhart Tolle didn’t make an appearance at least once. The Power Of Now will lead you into a higher plane of thinking where your lungs will be glad of the fresh air! Learn to leave the ego behind and embrace the power of you. This book has the potential to radically change your life, and it’s all in a simple question and answer format. What are you waiting for?
Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T Kiyosaki
You might think you know all there is to know about finances. Kiyosaki is here to explore a new way of thinking about wealth and finances with Rich Dad, Poor Dad. With the advent of online stocks, cryptocurrency, and CFD Trading, many feel they’ve got their finger on the button with new ways to get rich quick. Robert Kiyosaki explores how understanding and gaining wealth isn’t just about making money. It’s also about how we think about money. A fascinating read that’ll change your attitude on money and gaining wealth – for the better!
The Boy, The Mole, The Fox And The Horse by Charlie Mackesy
In this beautifully illustrated story, you’ll be gifted with thought-provoking and beautiful lessons all wrapped up in a book that should be described as a true work of art. The Boy, The Mole, The Fox, and The Horse, follows the tale of this unlikely foursome as they navigate rugged terrain and shared fears. Mackesy balances the lessons and story wonderfully in a book that can be genuinely enjoyed by all ages.
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