Who doesn’t love a good self-help book? Whether you’re looking for work advice, life direction, help with forming habits or some daily inspiration – self-help books are the place to start. It’s up to you to find what works best for you.
Take a look at these four inspiring self-help books. Each with its own flavor, these books are best-sellers for a reason.
Ten Percent Happier
Author Dan Harris writes his book is about, “How I tamed the voice in my head, reduced stress without losing my edge and found self-help that actually works — a true story.”
Girl, Stop Apologizing
Rachel Hollis explains how women too often don’t live up to their full potential. In this book, she sounds a wake-up call, teaching women how to learn who they are and what they want with no fear or guilt holding them back.
Maybe You Should Talk To Someone
Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist, national advice columnist and New York Times best-selling author. In her thought-provoking book, Gottlieb writes about the world of therapy and encourages readers to challenge themselves.
The Big Life
Author Ann Shocket teaches readers to, “Embrace the mess, work your side hustle, find a monumental relationship, and become the badass babe you were meant to be.”