Top lnspo and Self-help Must Read Books

Books to Help You be the Best you

January is already flying by, leaving us with less and less time to achieve our goals. Goals can be so hard to stick to that many of us end up trashing our new year's resolution after the first week. But not this year! It is year of the self-help book.  Self-help books can be a great way to recharge our inspiration and pick up many tips for life and goal achievement. Below are a few of the best inspirational and self-help books to help you end this year on top.  

#1 Becoming by Michelle Obama

Critics have been raving about Michelle Obama’s new book titled Becoming. This memoir takes an intimate look on the journey of Michelle Obama from early childhood memories to her life as first lady to her commentary about our current administration. The reason this book has been so inspiring for readers all over is that you get a real understanding of every obstacle Obama faced in each chapter of her life. For each obstacle Obama faced in her life, she set a goal. Each goal helped her surpass the obstacle and acts as connecting points through her life, and each chapter.


#2 You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life by Jen Sincero

Have some bad habits? Want to get rid of them? Well, then this is the perfect book for you. Jen Sincero, a best-selling author and famous success coach, shares easy tips in this book to help you be the best you. This book offers the best ways to identify your least favorable behaviors or habits, and offers ways to effectively change these bad behaviors. It offers a mix of daily self-help exercises, engaging stories, and sage advice.


#3  Extreme You: Step Up. Stand Out. Kick Ass. Repeat. by Sara Robb O’Hagan


This book takes you through the author's career as she rises to the top of an innovative airline. She shares both her peaks and valleys as she shows what spurred her growth and what led to her being fired. She opens up about how losing her job impacted her life, the pressures faced trying to build her career and her thoughts on being single and aging. You see how her experiences shape her over time and grow her to leading a very successful department at Nike, a field where she had no previous experience and felt very out of place.


#4 Fifth Discipline by Peter Senge

Peter Senge's The Fifth Discipline lays out five disciplines that aid in the success of any venture personal or professional. These disciplines are personal mastery, shared vision, mental models, team learning, and systems thinking. Each one has benefits by itself. When learned together the results are increased exponentially.

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