There is nothing better than being transported by a good book. While beautiful stories can feed into our wild imagination, a powerful self-help book can be a guiding light in times of need. One can be truly transformed by a great self-help book. If you’re looking for some literature to enrich your life, here are 10 incredible self-help books.
Grit by Angela Duckworth
Renowned psychologist, Angela Duckworth sheds light on what it takes to make outstanding achievements. We all have the qualities within us to take us there, but Duckworth, with her incredible insight, explains just how we break down the barriers that are preventing us from achieving true greatness.
The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying by Marie Kondo
Living a life of uncontrollable clutter? This self-help book by the expert de-clutterer and organizational consultant, Marie Kondo, is the book for you. Now a hit TV show on Netflix, the KonMarie method of tidying has helped millions of fans organize their lives. If the show is not enough for you, delve into her book. It gives a far more detailed account on the art of being tidy.
How to Own the Room by Viv Groskop
Author Viv Groskop delves into what makes certain women stand out. By analyzing some of the most impactful women in the world, such as Oprah, Michelle Obama, J.K Rowling, and Virginia Woolf, Groskop reveals how these women have made us sit up and listen to every word they say. By watching and learning from these heroines, the writer tells us how we can apply certain things in our own lives.
The Friendship Cure by Kate Leaver
We don’t often question our friendships. But this book does. Kate Leaver brings forward all the unanswered questions about modern friendships like why we need it, what we can get out of it and how they die or flourish. Written in a beautiful way that combines investigative journalism, pop culture, and memory, Leaver gets to the bottom of what makes friendships so special.
Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert
The writer of Eat Pray Love is back to take us yet on another beautiful journey of self-discovery. Using stories of her own life, as well as friends, family, and people who have inspired her, Elizabeth Gilbert weaves together beautiful anecdotes that challenge us and face what we fear most. By sharing stories from her own life, as well as those from her friends and the people that have inspired her, Elizabeth Gilbert challenges us to embrace our curiosity, tackle what we most love and face what we most fear. This journey of self-exploration will inspire you to actualize your creative self and just make the every day more exciting.