Are you ready to change your life, but unsure where to start?
Most people spend thousands of dollars on personal coaches, which isn’t a terrible idea. But, if you’re trying to get your sh*t together while on a budget, then you need some serious info without going broke.
*Cue the spotlight and angelic music* This is where best selling self-help books come in.
For an all around energy boost in the areas of self love, money, health, success, and dating, check out your local bookstore for these reads. (Or download them onto your kindle. Either way, get ahold of these awesome books.)
Brené Brown is the leading expert of shame, belonging, and authenticity.
With over 2,000 5 star reviews on Amazon, The Gifts of Imperfection has changed lives for the better (according to all of the stellar reviews).
The main lesson of the book is to learn to tune out that mean voice in your head that strives for perfection – and then beats you up when you fail – and, instead, learn that you truly are enough.
Is your bank account looking a little bare these days? Not even sure where your debit card is because you rarely use it and its $100.00 budget?
Then you really need a money makeover, and Dave Ramsey’s book is perfect for just that.
Commenter’s reviews on Amazon all typically describe the book similarly: life changing, easy to understand and implement, practical.
The guidebook, which has over 3k 5 star reviews, tackles the subjects of debt, money myths, and emergency and retirement funds.
It even lays out easy plans to follow to get your finances back on track.
Despite its cheeky title, the book written by Michael Greger is actually backed up by some pretty serious science.
Tackling the issue of chronic illnesses, How Not To Die gives real life examples of foods that you should put down if certain illnesses run in your family. Instead of offering drastic, life-altering changes, Michael gives his readers small, easy changes to make in their lifestyle and diet that can cause huge improvements.
In addition to sharing which foods to avoid, the books also tells which foods are the best to eat that treat the top 15 causes of death.
With over 700 5 star reviews, it’s clear that the book has helped many people. The biggest take away from the glowing reviews is that people feeling confident about their diet choices after reading.
Success: The Success Principles
Jack Canfield wrote this next amazing book, and although that name alone should be validation for buying this book on success (seriously, the guy is a #1 New York Times best selling author and he is insanely successful), I’ll still give you a run down on why this book needs to be in your library.
The book was actually published over a decade ago, but for its publication anniversary, the author updated and revised it for today’s readers (aka millennials who are ready to take on the world).
The book lays out 67 principles and practices that are used by the world’s most successful men and women. It teaches the reader how to increase confidence and how to live with passion and purpose.
With an impressive 8,000 5 star reviews, Gary Chapman’s Singles Edition of his previous best seller The 5 Love Languages has really resonated with its single audience.
The book is broken up into various sections to help you:
- Discover what was missing in your past relationships
- Communicate love
- Grow closer to the people you care about the most
- Understand why you may not feel loved by those who genuinely care about you
- Gain the courage to deeply express your emotions and affection to others
This is the ultimate guide to healthy future relationships, and with over 8 million copies of the books sold, we have to believe that this book can really work miracles.
What’s the number one book that’s changed your life?