5 Self-Help Books That Will Help You Get Your Life Together

 

A good self-help book is like a friend. It doesn’t judge, talks you through the obstacles you want to overcome and helps you achieve something. Whether you want to build a business, find yourself, become more confident or banish anxiety, there’s a self-help book out there for everyone. The right book will make you feel powerful, accomplished and have you nodding along with every suggestion.

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1.

The Ultimate Blog Plan

 

While it’s not a traditional self-help book, The Ultimate Blog Plan talks you through becoming the master of your own blog and creating your own success. Most self-help books teach you something valuable, this one starts by asking you who you are and what you have to share with the world, each chapter contains workbook exercises and text to talk you through strategies like SEO, monetization, how to build a media kit, take great photos and so much more! Buy it here.

 

2.

Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

Ready to change the way you think? Daniel Kahneman, psychologist and Nobel Prize winner talks us through the two systems that drive the way we think in this book. If you’ve got too much going on in your mind, this best seller will teach you how to decisions are made in business, and how to think like a winner! Buy it here.

 

3.

The Life Plan by Shannah Kennedy

This book is full of simple strategies for a better life. From how to decide what means a lot to you, to figuring out who you truly are. With exercises inside to help you figure it all out, it’s an inspiring book you’ll want to keep on your desk for when you need a little pick-me-up. Buy it here.

 

4.

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

Elizabeth Gilbert is the best-selling author of Eat, Pray, Love, and she’s sharing her strategies for creative living in this page-turner. Filled with stories that’ll enlighten and entertain, she teaches us how to accept our creative side and forget the fear. It changed my life! Buy it here.

 

5.

How To Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie

 

The genius behind How To Win Friends And Influence People didn’t just stop there. This book was way ahead of its time. It’s perfect if you suffer from anxiety or worries, and will help you become a go-getter. This book will teach you how to banish 50% of business worries immediately, reduce financial worries, avoid fatigue, add one hour a day to your life, find yourself and be yourself – all without anxiety! Buy it here.

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A good self-help book is like a friend. It doesn’t judge, talks you through the obstacles you want to overcome and helps you achieve something. Whether you want to build a business, find yourself, become more confident or banish anxiety, there’s a self-help book out there for everyone. The right book will make you feel powerful, accomplished and have you nodding along with every suggestion.

Ready to find your new favorite book?

 

1.

The Ultimate Blog Plan

 

While it’s not a traditional self-help book, The Ultimate Blog Plan talks you through becoming the master of your own blog and creating your own success. Most self-help books teach you something valuable, this one starts by asking you who you are and what you have to share with the world, each chapter contains workbook exercises and text to talk you through strategies like SEO, monetization, how to build a media kit, take great photos and so much more! Buy it here.

 

2.

Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

Ready to change the way you think? Daniel Kahneman, psychologist and Nobel Prize winner talks us through the two systems that drive the way we think in this book. If you’ve got too much going on in your mind, this best seller will teach you how to decisions are made in business, and how to think like a winner! Buy it here.

 

3.

The Life Plan by Shannah Kennedy

This book is full of simple strategies for a better life. From how to decide what means a lot to you, to figuring out who you truly are. With exercises inside to help you figure it all out, it’s an inspiring book you’ll want to keep on your desk for when you need a little pick-me-up. Buy it here.

 

4.

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

Elizabeth Gilbert is the best-selling author of Eat, Pray, Love, and she’s sharing her strategies for creative living in this page-turner. Filled with stories that’ll enlighten and entertain, she teaches us how to accept our creative side and forget the fear. It changed my life! Buy it here.

 

5.

How To Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie

 

The genius behind How To Win Friends And Influence People didn’t just stop there. This book was way ahead of its time. It’s perfect if you suffer from anxiety or worries, and will help you become a go-getter. This book will teach you how to banish 50% of business worries immediately, reduce financial worries, avoid fatigue, add one hour a day to your life, find yourself and be yourself – all without anxiety! Buy it here.

 

The Career Girl Academy is back at the coolest spot in London on the 6th May 2017. With a full day of masterclasses that will teach you everything you need to know become a super successful online entrepreneur, you won’t want to miss this. Find out more here.


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  • I love Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert – it really is life-changing :)
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  • I really want to get your book, its on the wish list at the mo :) I read a great self help book called “Don’t sweat the small stuff”, its a really good read!x

  • These all look amazing! Putting them on my reading list :)

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  • I love self-help books, they’re so insightful! Thank you for sharing :)

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  • I haven’t read any of these books, but Big Magic has been on my reading list forever! I’ll definitely have to add the rest of these to my reading list too!
    -Sisi
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