For Your Reading Pleasure: Four Excellent Self-Help Books
The fact that self-help books have become increasingly essential for personal growth is the main reason why they have not only become popular – they have also been quite useful for a lot of people. In this article, I will explain to you some of the most powerful books and why you should have them in your keeping. These books are going to change your life as you know it. It is going to improve how you look at yourself and the world.
I am saying this because I am convinced that these books are really helpful. A lot of people who have read these books now have noticeable positive changes in the perspectives and actions. And that is something that you would want to have in your life.
The first book is written by Jack Canfield and it is called the "Success Principles." This is especially helpful for people who aim to understand the principles to becoming successful. This book is a good read for almost every kind of person who wants to attain success and covers a lot of field – from the spiritual to the more individualized nature.
So if you are on the quest to find a more detailed, more comprehensive and fresher approach to success, the Success Principles is highly recommended.
For more than fifty years of studying people, Napoleon Hill came up with the book called "Think and Grow Rich." Napoleon Hill observed and studied the lives of successful people and how their principles could work for the modern man as well.
It features the 13 principles which can make great impacts on your life if you commit to follow them religiously. It has sold more than a million copies a few decades before and now it is back with a more updated language and more illustrations to go with it.
For people who want to discover and learn the new principals in leadership in this day and time, the "Eight Habits" of Steven Covey is the must-read. The book is like the "The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People" but it features more principles in leadership and concepts that can make visible changes in ways with dealing people, perceptions of the situation and the over-all goal of creating better, wiser and more diplomatic leaders.
By making "Eight Habits" part of your reading list and committing to make it as a guide to become a better leader, then you have just made one of the wisest investments in your life.
While the book "The Four Hour Work Week" by Timothy Ferris sounds a little superfluous, this book is the best partner when you are also reading "Eight Habits."
This book explains in detail how he developed his own four hour work week and how this idea improved his life immensely and how it could also work for you too. In a nutshell, this book talks about how one can deal with the fast-paced modern society and live a happier and more meaningful life.
Investing in books like the above mentioned will pretty much improve your life and personal growth. So if you are up to reading books, better make these four a part of your reading list.