Reading can be a helpful pastime. It focuses your attention and depending on the genre, you can even learn something new.
In today’s post, I’ll be sharing three of my favourite self-development books!
Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It – Kamal Ravikant
Over the years I’ve learned that the most important relationship that I will ever have is with myself.
This book was a particular part of that epiphany.
Sometimes, life is cruel. Bad things will happen, things will go wrong, and a plethora of other unwanted events will take place.
There’s no way to sugarcoat this.
However, it is imperative that regardless of what happens within your life, you maintain a strong and healthy relationship with yourself.
This title helped me come to terms with that.
It’s easy to read and doesn’t take a long time to read.
Pick this up whenever you can; you won’t regret it!
Mindfulness for Cynics – Nick Thawley
My relationship with mindfulness is still rather complicated. Some days, I fully understand the concept and see its benefits. Other days, my mind can’t grasp it and I often lose my patience when I attempt to practice a technique.
We could all benefit from mindfulness, but some of the ways that information is given to us can make it seem like it’s only valid for short-term use and won’t work in more complex situations.
If you’re looking for a good starting point to learn about the subject, read this title.
The information is provided to you in a simple, yet entertaining, tone, and breaks it down into ways that don’t seem as daunting.
The Road To Better Habits – Darius Foroux
The work of Darius Foroux is quickly becoming some of my favourite written work from the whole self-development genre, overall.
I recently finished reading this title on my Kindle and I found myself using the notes feature on almost every page.
It’s still early days, but I can feel that it’s helping with my productivity issues.
I’m planning on doing an in-depth post on this title soon, so I won’t delve into much information in this post, but I’m completing goals I’ve set at least 70% of the time.
For me, this is an incredible feat. I often get too overwhelmed with my infinite to-do lists and don’t accomplish anything!
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