Sometimes we all need a little push to get elevated to the next step of life, and a good self-help book can provide that push! Yet, the market is so full of tomes that promise results that it can be hard to pick the right one for you. Below, we’ll share five titles that truly deliver results. You might want to add one or some to your home library at Fort Hamilton Homes.
The Secret by Rhonda Byrne is one of the most successful self-help books of all time — thanks to Oprah's endorsement. With an easy-to-understand message of positive thinking paired with productive action, it’s a great read to get you motivated to start a new phase.
Tom Rath’s StrengthsFinder is a scientifically organized self-help book that can help you discover the strength of your inner power. Through a system of thought-provoking questionnaires and thought experiments, this book isolates your strengths and helps you convert them into purpose-driven results.
Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff by Richard Carlson is a terrific book to have in your self-help library — especially when daily life is getting you down. This little book is full of great advice to maintain your focus on the things that really matter in life.
Think And Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill is an all-time best-seller in the self-help field. It has offered generations of readers workable tips in following the power of your inner spirit through positive mental attitudes. Although it was published all the way back in 1937, it’s still relevant today.
Eckhart Tolle’s The Power Of Now is probably the best introduction to the many works of this prolific spiritual self-help author. This read works as a useful guidebook to the ins and outs of human consciousness.