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Sharing my favorite self-help books I’m planning to re-read this upcoming year. Focusing on books that will continue to challenge my perspective to help me create my dream life.
With every new year comes new opportunities and challenges. Which is why I spend time at the end of each year, setting new intentions & habits for the upcoming year. The focus for this is to list out my long-term and short-term goals, which will help me to plan ahead for a successful year. Along with listing out these goals, I always pick 5-8 books to read that will challenge me to get out of my comfort zone. Listed below are my top 8 favorite self-help books.
You are a Badass helps you become self-aware, while providing advice on how not to care what others’ think about you. I keep this one on my nightstand as a daily reminder.
The Alchemist is a classic novel with an important life lesson. “When you want something, all the universe conspires to help you achieve it.” — Paulo Coelho
Atomic Habits is the one book I always keep on my desk, as a daily reminder to focus on building systems to help me achieve my goals.
The 5 Love Languages was one of the first books I read when I knew Kraig was the one. This book helps to identify the unique ways both you and your partner feels love. Turns out, both Kraig and I feel love by spending quality time together – this worked out great for van life!
The High 5 Habit focuses on celebrating all your small successes in life. Which in return, keeps you motivated and disciplined to achieve your goals.
W1NNING shares the brutally honest truth about challenges and obstacles that will come in your way to achieving success. Grover also shares strategies on how to overcome these challenges.
The Secret focuses on three steps of the law of attraction. Asking, believing, and receiving.