Favorite Self-Improvement Books On My Bookshelf
January is an excellent time to think about self-improvement goals. Today, I’m sharing a few favorite self-help books with you!
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How often do you pick up a self-improvement book in January?
Among the multitude of self-improvement books that are published every year, I have a few favorites on my bookshelf.
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Self-Improvement Books on my Shelf
(In no particular order)
One of the most practical self-improvement books I’ve read that includes excellent and easy-to-implement strategies.
Even though this is a memoir, Dr. Eger offers reflection on overcoming tragic circumstances and choosing our futures.
Inspiring and entertaining, Col. Hadfield shares strategies that have helped him achieve success.
I Guess I Haven’t Learned That Yet: Discovering New Ways of Living When the Old Ways Stop Working by Shaunna Neiquist
Shaunna shares her story of refocusing and reconstructing her life after disappointment. (Christian)
A book for every introvert to discover her/his value and contribution.
Joyful: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness by Ingrid Fetell Lee
If you’re redecorating or simply looking to add a bit of whimsy and sparkle to your life, check out the suggestions here.
If writing goals or simply keeping a diary are among your 2023 goals, you might find this encouraging and inspiring.
If you or your church are looking to do more work in the area of racial reconciliation, this might be a good starting point. (Christian)
Don’t Overthink It: Make Easier Decisions, Stop Second-Guessing, and Bring More Joy to Your Life by Anne Bogel
Lots of practical advice for over thinkers here.
These quiet and poignant reflections encourage contemplation for a life well lived.
Do you have a favorite self-improvement book?
Happy Reading Book Buddies!
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