5 self-help books everyone should own

Are you looking for a crash course in self-help? Here is a list of the top 5 self help books that I think you should have, especially if you are looking for success, wisdom, wealth and reaching your full potential.

I chose these 5 self-help books because of the value the authors offer their readers. The principles are clear and inspiring, and if applied promise an extraordinary life.

5 self-help books include:

Tipping Point: How Small Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell.

You’re right! This book is not a self-help book. But… this book opens your mind to see beyond what you see right now. It sheds light on what causes a tipping point; which is why some fad, trend or book rises to the top of the best-seller list. Is there a tipping point…a boiling point where amazing things start to happen and spread like wildfire? Gladwell has a great way of explaining why the answer to this question is a resounding Yes.

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain

This must-have self-help book explores the power of introverts in a world that values ​​extroverts and human networking. It encourages the world to respect the strengths and values ​​that each personality type offers. It illustrates the balance that introverts and extroverts bring to the workforce and the world. More importantly, it helps the introverted reader gain courage and embrace the value he has to offer the world. Introversion is no longer a vulnerability or a weakness, but a precious strength!

The Power of the Present Moment: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment written by Eckart Tolle

Powerful. Insightful. Enlightening. Awaken to your authentic self to live an enlightened life honoring your indestructible being. This book takes you on a journey of self-knowledge, truth and light. Learn what it means to live in the moment.

Think and Grow Rich: Original from 1937 By Napoleon Hill

This is a classic self-help book and the most widely read self-improvement book of all time. In it, Napoleon Hill shares his secret formula for achieving success. Its value comes in a simple and easily replicated 6-step plan that almost every successful businessman, entrepreneur, and goal-oriented individual uses, knowingly or unknowingly, to achieve fame and fortune.

The 4-Hour Work Week: Escape the 9-5, Live Anywhere and Join the New Rich by Timothy Ferriss

This is a great self-help book full of strategies to break the monotony of your nine-to-five life. Ignore the author’s blunt message and consider the systems he proposes to create a better life with less time.

These are the top 5 self-help books that everyone should own.

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