Looking for a great summer read? Do you believe you have more to offer but are unsure how to change? Check out these top-selling books on self-improvement and success! The following titles are compelling works to get you on track for a delightful career and lifestyle.
Perhaps the Coronavirus pandemic is dominating your thoughts? Not to worry, there is a relevant book for that too! Sit down, relax, and begin your journey to some unexpected places:
- The 1-Page Marketing Plan: Get New Customers, Make More Money, and Stand Out From the Crowd by Allan Dib
READER BEWARE: Do not read this book if you loathe money! In it, Allan Dib shares ways to build a successful business and use effective marketing tools. You’ll learn to make more profit from existing clients, to close sales the right way, and to create personalized marketing strategies. This book helps you beat out the competition, use a small budget to gain optimal results, and receive a thank you. Step into a world of productive time management and compensation to follow.
- Becoming by Michelle Obama
If you are craving a great story of a successful person in the public eye, look no further! Michelle Obama writes about her time as an executive, motherhood, her years in The White House, and even some of her childhood. She discusses her disappointments and triumphs and how she overcame and progressed. Her story will inspire you to speak out and use your voice to become the ultimate you. It is a must-read this summer that is sure to inspire!
- Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones
by James Clear
The author of this self-improvement book is one of the world’s leading experts on forming habits. Breaking bad habits and forming new ones are challenging in their own ways. How does one master the art of healthy habits? James Clear declares that you may have the wrong system for change. His book explores how to get back on track once you have fallen off, how to conquer your lack of motivation, and how to construct a proper environment for success. If you struggle with any of those issues or could just use some advice from a field expert, this book is for you!
- Good Vibes, Good Life: How Self-Love Is the Key to Unlocking Your Greatness by Vex King
Many people struggle with a positive self-image and finding lasting happiness in life. In this book, Vex King shares his hardships and offers wisdom on ways to overcome toxic energy, cultivate positive habits, alter beliefs to invite opportunity, and provide tools to manifest your goals. It all begins with one baby step, and this book is that! You owe it to yourself.
- Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover
In this riveting memoir, TaraWestover relives her path to education. Coming from a home of survivalists, barricaded from society, she first stepped into a classroom at 17! Driven by curiosity and determination, she leaves home and travels to Cambridge University and Harvard in a quest to acquire a Ph.D. Her book illustrates how she overcame suppressive family ties and achieved personal goals. If you’re looking for some inspiration, indulge yourself in Westover’s brilliant challenges.
- How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
Do you want to improve your job? Is there a career you have always wanted, but you have no clue how to pursue it? This book should be your best friend! Dale Carnegie unearths ways to elicit admiration from others, change people without resentment, and win over people to your way of thinking, among others. The tools inside this book are the perfect way to enhance your life and become the best you!
- Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! By Robert Kiyosaki
Richard Kiyosaki explores finances and investments, while also challenging ideas in his relevant new book. He argues that one does not need to make a substantial income to become rich. Growing up with two dads (one rich and one underprivileged) allowed him to gain different perspectives on finances. Kiyosaki outlines how the education system cannot be trusted to teach kids about money. His book is sure to give you and your family the information you need to make healthy money decisions.
- The Art Of Saying NO: How To Stand Your Ground, Reclaim Your Time and Energy, and Refuse To Be Taken For Granted (Without Feeling Guilty!) by Damon Zahariades
If you are a people pleaser and struggle with prioritizing your happiness over others, this book is for you! DamonZahariades guides you through a journey of his personal struggles. He provides strategies and guides on how to say no both at home and in the workplace. He even demonstrates how to gauge the severity of your people-pleasing ways. Discover for yourself not only how to turn down tasks and activities – but how to do so with confidence!
- The Pull of the Stars by Emma Donoghue
In this novel, expectant mothers are gathered in a quarantined room to avoid the spread of a new flu. Their world is devastated by disease and pillaged with war and their only hope comes from each other. In this overly relevant tale, sit back as Emma Donoghue touches the depths of your humanity and transports you on a journey of unpredictable outcomes. This reality is a true page-turner.
- Bare: A 7-Week Program to Transform Your Body, Get More Energy, Feel Amazing, and Become the Bravest, Most Unstoppable Version of You by Susan Hyatt
If you are stressed or weighed down with pointless, energy-draining activities, this book may just be the perfect remedy. Susan Hyatt discusses treating yourself with kindness and respect rather than being overly critical. She provides wonderful ways to de-stress without relying on fillers — in essence the perfect antidote if you find yourself consistently clogging the final hours of each day binge-watching TV, overeating, or imbibing alcohol. This book is sure to promote a healthy way to approach your days and stay positive while taking care of yourself! Don’t miss out.
Breathe in a nice summer book and let your inhibitions melt away. You cannot go wrong with one of these fascinating narratives. And who knows, you may even come out of it with a renewed perspective. That is the goal!