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In Search Of Self-Improvement? Here Is Our Top Reads For You To Indulge In!

Who doesn't want to think more clearly, make better, faster decisions and live a life full of abundance? That all starts with personal development. Personal growth is a never-ending journey and re-evaluating your mindset is vital to staying on top of your game. There are thousands of resources out there for you to tap into but only some are created with the sole aim of developing personal growth.

Here are some of our favorites that we believe will enhance your life in all aspects of this grand world full of opportunities :

Untamed by Glennon Doyle

This is a must-read for all of you people-pleasers out there (including myself). Untamed is a self-help book and memoir about finding your voice and being yourself. A journey towards self-love. We work hard to be decent spouses, girls, moms, employers, and friends. We hope that all of our efforts will help us feel alive. Instead, it leaves us exhausted, stalled, overwhelmed, and underwhelmed. We look around at our life and wonder ‘Wasn't it meant to be more lovely than this?’

We instantly suppress that question, urging ourselves to be thankful and concealing our dissatisfaction, even from ourselves. Doyle walks us through her own process of letting go of other people's expectations and strengthening and trusting her own voice. The key lesson? To prevent failing yourself, it is your responsibility to let down as many people as necessary over your whole life.

The High 5 Habit by Mel Robbins

The High 5 Habit is a self-help book that attempts to assist anybody who struggles with self-limiting beliefs to take control of their lives by developing a morning routine, avoiding negative criticism, and redefining their lives through optimism and confidence.

According to Robbins, all it takes to change your attitude and perspective is a simple habit, giving your reflection a high five in the mirror and a basic morning ritual, which she refers to as the ‘High 5 Habit.’ You may think it sounds foolish (That's what I thought too), but after a week of attempting it, I realized it all boils down to my connection with myself and being my own greatest cheerleader. Don’t wait until you get a promotion, lose weight, or find love to be happy. You deserve to be happy right now.

Things No One Will Tell Fat Girls by Jes Baker

Things No One Will Tell Fat Girls, which features eminent guest writers, is an encouragement to all women to reject fat discrimination, embrace their bodies, and join the most progressive and revolutionary movement possible: the campaign to transform the world through self-love and body acceptance.

Everything Baker says in this book is supported by research, making it not only entertaining to read but also increasing the credibility of her counsel. We could all use the advice Baker offers on simply being ourselves without apology. 2023 is all about self-love ladies!

Getting Things Done by David Allen

Do you find yourself procrastinating more often than not? Ever wished that someone could just offer you a simple, step-by-step guide on how to complete tasks under all circumstances?

Well, this book delivers exactly what it says: How to get things done. Based on years of expertise and testing, David Allen uses a one-of-a-kind approach when it comes to productivity and time management.

People are rarely naturally well-organized. There are several underlying mechanisms that contribute to our success or failure with time management. David Allen's book contains all of the organizing tips and rewards that may help you keep your life in order on both personal and professional levels.

How To Be Rich by J. Paul Getty

This one’s for those of you who are looking to improve your financial health. Let’s be honest, there are many books about making money written by folks who haven't made much. But if J. Paul Getty, dubbed "the richest man in the world" by Fortune magazine, doesn't know how who does? The wealthy businessman reveals his success secrets here, as well as a plan for anyone who desires to follow in his footsteps. And he moves beyond the issue of earning money to the issue of what to do with it. Definitely worth the read if you ask us!

That’s all from us today! While simply reading a book will not transform you or achieve self - actualization, we hope that the finest self-improvement books will inspire you to get up and take action to better yourself. It all starts within you.


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