Books can be a great way to try to find ideas or become motivated to improve. There are literally hundreds of self-help books available from everything from improving your relationships to improving your self-esteem, but how do you know what's right for you?
The market is smart when it comes to sustainable books, many have fascinating titles and promise a lot, but you need to look a bit further than the outer cover to find out if the book will be useful. Open the book and look into, browse the titles and read a few paragraphs and find out if this is what you're really looking for. Find out if things in the book are things you already know if they will really be useful. If you browse a few pages and do not feel motivated, continue, but if the book allows you to think about ideas already and allows you to take action, you have found the perfect book for you.
Do not know where to start? Here are some of the latest top sellers in the field of self-esteem:
The 7 practices of effective people by Stephen R. Covey came out in 1990 and continue to be the best seller with more than ten million copies sold. The author uses rumors and interesting parallels with the image and idea. The book deals with things like productivity, time management and positive thinking. However, if you are looking to start adding the calendar, this is not the case. This book is deep and many ideas must be implemented over time.
Optimal Thinking: How to be your best self with Rosalene Glickman helps the reader to find out what's most important in his life, and then helps the reader to find the best way to make that part of life the best it can be. This book is very practical and provides good advice.
Why Does Your Life Live: And What You Can Do About Alan H. Cohen emphasizes why life sometimes just does not feel right and how to remove those things from your life. There are ten fundamental reasons discussed in the book, from expectations to trying to fix other people. The book does not show a mysterious new truth but simply reminds us of the truth we know deep down, but sometimes forget about using.
Reel fulfillment: A 12 step plan to transform your life through movies by Maria Grace takes a completely new approach to self-esteem. This book introduces a motivation and worksheet that uses films as a backdrop to calculate your dreams, unrealistic expectations and independent barriers. It will then guide you by setting up your own "happily ever after" like a movie script. The parallels between movies and reality, keeps the reader involved and facilitates the generation of characters and circumstances that help the reader understand what is happening in his own life.