6. Nothing to Lose: Using Curiosity to Destroy Hesitation, Procrastination and Limiting Beliefs by Dan Munro
Dan Munro is one of the best motivational coaches. Using the 3X model, he helps people understand what living by their values really means.
He believes that there is no proper way of living – every person lives his or her life according to their understanding of the world. Munro thinks that if we believe we have nothing to lose in life, we will have everything to gain.
7. The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape the 9-5, Live Anywhere and Join the New Rich by Timothy Ferris
Using personal anecdotes to illustrate examples, Timothy Ferris explains how he is now living a life without worries, and a bunch of money.
Working a 12h per day corporate job, Ferris realized that there is something that needs to be changed: he needed to start living.
Thus, he quit his job, and expanded his ideas into real plans. Later, he ends up working no more than 4h per week, making even more money than he used to.
8. Let Go! By Pat Flynn
Let Go! is an interesting book that must be read completely. It focuses on the author’s journey through life, and how he found out that by letting go of expectations, he can actually experience life.
Using personal example, Pat expands on his life difficulties, and how encountering them was the change he needed.
Kaley Johnson shares her thoughts on the book. “Let Go! taught me how to give up on expectations, and live life to its fullest. It is a great lecture and life lesson that anybody could benefit from. You should definitely check it out!”
9. The Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
Mark Manson invites you to live a simple life – a life in which you don’t have to control everything, you don’t have to focus on achieving one certain thing, a life without so many worries and rules.
He invites you to experience the art of not giving a f*ck. Being rated New York Times’ number one bestseller, this book shows you that if you stop thinking about being positive, you might actually become positive.
A plot twisted-interesting book that must be read entirely!
10. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain
If you consider yourself to be an introvert, there is no need to worry. Read Quiet. This book’s main theme is understanding how an introvert’s mind works, and what the steps to get out of the comfort zone are.
Cain argues that the Extrovert Ideal is a good way to understand how our society inhibits our senses instead of growing our ideas.
Changing your mind and your life is a tough process. You must first understand where all the frustration comes from. Then you must reflect on it, and consider the right steps that need to be taken.
Reading self-development books can be an important part of the process. So, research your perfect fit, buy it, and start learning new things today. Good luck!