7 Of The Best Self Improvement Books To Read

Self-help book store has numerous sections such as “Personal Development,” “Relationships,” “Spirituality & Spiritual Development,” etc.

You also take time to read and study other books before coming to the conclusion that all these books have more to say on the subject than your initial choice. Thus, you become a bookworm.

I’m going to make a list of my favorite lists for you. A lot of them are about blogging. They each have something good to say. Each of them helps me in my blogging journey.

The next one is a good one — short, to the point, full of really meaningful information that speaks directly to you and your current situation…

Here is another idea: When you want to use a word, take a moment to see if you can tell if there’s an alternative word that could work.

This is the opposite of what you want to do. You want to build a house of books – a library. If you just scatter your thinking, you will end up with scattered thinking.

1) They can be considered great literature.
2) They contain a lot of good advice for people who feel that they need self improvement in order to be successful in life.

The 7 Best Self Improvement Books to Read

As you implement the suggestions for change in your life, you will be strengthening and cementing those ideas and beliefs that are really important to who you are. You will be taking that energy and putting it back into yourself, so that you can move on and become more fully yourself.

This is the only way that a self-help book will ever really help you.

1. Who Moved My Cheese? – by Spencer Johnson

I agree that change is coming more quickly than any of us can imagine, but this is also the reason that it is so hard to implement.

Our inability to adapt to changes in our environment makes us miserable and unfulfilled.

> This is the essence of adaptation, and the ability to change and to adjust to change.

Here, we learn how to work and play well with the people around you. To be a great leader, you need to be able to work with others to achieve goals, and that requires a good work-life balance.

This is a great short read with some lessons to be learned.

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2. You Can Win – by Shiv Khera

She says that people who are self-aware of their strengths and weaknesses can perform better than those who blindly follow rules and regulations without thinking about their results.

You will be amazed to see how much the book is helping you and how much your confidence is growing. These book pages have tons of tips for overcoming all sorts of social problems, and they will help you to achieve the best results in all your social interactions.

The book is a collection of interesting anecdotes from people who make their way in the world – some good, some not so good, some who are successful, some who are not. You can read about ‘success’ in many different shapes and sizes. I personally did not find ‘the story’ of the book but rather the stories that tell us the story of how we make our way in the world.

3. The Power of Intention – by Wayne Dyer

The most famous quote from this book is, “Change the way you look at things, and the things you look at will change.” But the book is far more than just catchy quotes. The book is written in the voice of a common man.

If you are on a spiritual journey to find meaning and success, this book will give you all the tools you need.

Dyer then goes on to explain the importance of intention. Once we are clear on what it is and where it comes from, the energy in our environment begins to shift. And the results are phenomenal.

The author gives concrete exercises to get in touch with intention, in order to improve his life, as well, and become very successful.

4. The Power of Positive Thinking – by Norman Vincent Peale

This book is a very long read. It contains a very heavy religious message. I can certainly see that being a turn off to some readers.

You can even turn yourself into a positive thinking machine, by practicing the exercises and by adopting a positive outlook.

This book describes, in its chapter titles, the five areas of positive thinking and provides you with strategies for overcoming negative thinking.

I do not believe that a book can exist to cover just one aspect of positive thinking. To do so would be to limit the scope of the book and to reduce it to a single dimension.

– If you are depressed, thinking that you are a failure, or feel that you are victim of circumstances, there are specific mental methods for getting out of these destructive thought patterns and learn to
love the life you have. By being grateful for what you do have.

One of the best suggestions is the suggestion to write down your current list of blessings. You can put it on a note card where you see it every day, and you can put it in your wallet where you touch it many times every day.

5. The Butterfly Effect – by Andy Andrews

You would never have existed. There is no you without having been born.

The text can be paraphrased like this. Andrews states that he is asking whether his readers can “distinguish
the real from the artificial”. This sets the stage for Andrews to answer the question and we will
come back to it later.

I don’t know. I think I have touched as many lives as I can.

I was fascinated by the butterfly effect – how small things can have large consequences – and wanted to write a series of science fiction stories that explored this concept through the lens of the space program.

In the mid-19th century, scientists believed that the universe was a giant machine. It was driven by unseen forces like gravity.
The more they learned the less that seemed right.
But in the 20th century the theory of relativity and quantum mechanics showed that nature is not a machine.
Even when we can’t see it, atoms and molecules and molecules of life are governed by the same set of rules that governs the way things work in a machine.
And that tells us that life is no machine.


This is a much fuller example that I found at a Google Groups post, for those who might be interested in a more extensive example.

A book that is filled with lessons in personal growth and transformation is a must read for anyone who wants to grow into a more knowledgeable, aware, and conscious person.

6. 7 Habits of Highly Successful People – by Steven Covey

This is a book about being successful, however, the book itself is not about how to become a success, instead, it provides a guidebook for how to be successful. A successful person is like the sum of their habits, the book will walk you through a process in which you will discover which habits you do and do not have so you can develop an effective means to become successful.

This is the first step on this journey. Interdependence is the basis for your success or failure.

I will begin with one habit in the book called the habit of focus. The reason I chose focus is because we all know how easy it is to find things to focus on, and the problem is that we tend to focus on something that holds us back.

You can easily find the best product in the market, or even have your own. Start by choosing the product that you prefer, and take the information and the advice given in this book to get it done well.

If you are a complete beginner and you don’t know what to do, this book can give you lots of suggestions. Check the book out online and find any information needed to know more about the product you are about to purchase.

7. Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff – by Dr. Richard Carlson

Carlson argues that we get caught up in the small things in life, thinking that the world and our relationship with it are less than important.

The final part of this summary is the most important part of the summary. It is the point when you are able to state what is the conclusion of Carlson’s article. Carlson’s conclusion is that we need to stop focusing on the small things of life and instead focus on the most important things in life. He argues that is the key to happiness.

___________ are so consumed in the daily grind of survival that we don’t spend time on things that are less important and even dangerous. We get caught up in “routines” and “habits” that are good in the short term, but have to be changed and reevaluated or we will suffer.

He also provides very specific and sometimes pretty small changes that we can make in our daily lives that will help us to “see” the larger picture and to place our energies on it.


In the next 5 minutes, look at the first book on this list. What have you learned about yourself?

What will you do with this new insight?

What are you going to do differently as a result?

What are you going to do to ensure your success?

What are you going to do to get yourself out of this funk?

What will you do to change your mind?

“It never rains but it pours and it always rains at the best times” – Unknown

When you take the time to really think about the value in each book, it’ll start to make sense.

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