You’ve started your personal development journey.
Problem is, it’s become stale. The same stories. Tips and strategies that do not ignite the flame of inspiration which encourage you to take action.
You desire new material. The best inspirational books that will transform your life. That will give you new insights. New perspectives?
Where do you find fresh material? Those tipping points that outline new approaches. That motivate and excite you to choose the path of liberation?
The good news?
You’ll find it here, in this resource list. These 15 things you should give up to be happy, awe-inspiring books (and blogs) will entrance you. Will give you new perspectives. Will give you the new stories you crave so you can transform your personal development horizons.
These ideas will help women become more successful (and men). Those busy, motivated professional women who are time poor. Who need to get to the point quickly. Those women who want to read and devour topics that will inspire them to take action, now.
You will find that inspiration here.
Check out these fantastic resources that will transform your personal development horizons.
Empower Yourself With These Awe-Inspiring Books For Transforming Your Personal Development Horizons
1.15 Things You Should Give Up to Be Happy:
An Inspiring Guide to Discovering Effortless Joy
by Luminita D Saviuc
Giving up and letting go of anything can be hard. Luminita has shared her insights and gives readers permission to give up. She says you need to give up the bad habits that are holding you back from achieving authentic happiness. In this way be able to live your best life.
Luminita Saviuc, founder the PurposeFairy blog, posts articles on her Blog, that are inspiring, helping others to move towards a happier life. Based on these inspiring posts, this heartfelt book evolved. It is simple. Yet wise. It evolved from the author’s own inspiring personal journey. This little book presents a fresh twist on happiness advice: take a step back to reflect, and give yourself permission to let things go.
“The story of your past doesn’t have to become the story of your life.”
Luminita D Saviuc https://www.purposefairy.com/
2. Youthful Aging Secrets: Live Better for Longer
by Mary Jaksch
This engaging book helps the reader overcome the issues of aging and feeling better about it. Are you afraid of aging? What if you could stop or even reverse the process of aging? Research in rejuvenation biotechnology shows we can reset the clock. We now have the power within to change how we look and feel. This book offers a “new paradigm of youthful aging”. Mary says that this book will change the trajectory of your life. Hopefully the reader ends up with a new vision of what your mature years can be like. This new paradigm of youthful aging will guide you towards a life full glory, at any stage. It is based around real-world examples of stories of successful youthful agers.
Mary Jaksch is an inspiring author, blogger, and Zen Master. She helps inspire through messages of youthful aging.
“Learn how to make your mature years the best time of your life.”
Mary Jaksch http://goodlifezen.com/
3. The Serving Mindset
by Farnoosh Brock
Most business people hate selling.
In fact, they are not good at it and, to their own detriment. What if you could
stop selling altogether and grow your profits? This book teaches you how to serve.
By serving instead of selling you help elevate your business success, and feel
great about it!
When you hate selling you feel guilt and shame around selling and sales and therefore limit your own success. The idea is to put into practice the idea of “serving” instead of “selling.”
For every business owner and entrepreneur who wants to attract and secure ideal customers and premium clients while maintaining integrity to his or her own core values, Farnoosh states that the powerful insights and applications in this book are game-changers. In her book, The Serving Mindset, Farnoosh shows you how to remove selling from the equation and create sustainable profits through new conversations with your prospects.
… “Imagine this: What if we could do business without selling? Nobody likes to be sold to, not even the most eager buyer, and yet, we must have profit to run our enterprises.”
Farnoosh Brock https://www.prolificliving.com/
4. Joel Runyon Impossible: The Manifesto
by Joel Runyon
If you need some extra motivation and some inspiring impetus towards a better more fulfilling life, then this book, Impossible will help fulfil that need. It challenges you to push your limits. To live a life worth writing about. To do the impossible. Instead of waiting around for life to happen, this book inspires you to take action. To do something. Anything. Think of the impossible and do it anyway!
Joel Runyon is the creator of Impossible and Impossible Ventures. He made a list. He decided to follow that list.
What do you think is Impossible? Do that.”
Joel Runyon Impossiblehq.com
5. Letting Go: 25 True Stories of Peace, Hope and Surrender
by Alex Blackwell
Letting go is on topic for so many of us. Most of us do not consciously know what we need to let go of. And. More importantly, how to do this. Is it a relationship? Do you need to leave the past in the past? Something else? Because behind these issues are negative emotions such as shame or guilt? This book is a collection of stories, both wonderful and deeply-moving. They will give you the impetus to help you remember to let go so you can have more peace, happiness and fulfillment in your life.
Alex Blackwell has been described as passionate and inspiring, helping others move towards a better, brighter future.
Alex is a best-selling author, a story-teller of peace, hope and surrender that will remind you that letting go isn’t a sign of weakness. It’s a sign of strength. Alex blogs about discovering the power of love. Helping people walk simple pathways to positive change.
“25 heartfelt stories from ordinary people who have experienced the life-changing freedom that letting go of a negative attachment provides.”
6. The Compound Effect
by Darren Hardy
Darren Hardy is a New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller. His book, The Compound Effect, distils the fundamental principles that have guided the most phenomenal achievements in business, relationships, and beyond. This is a practical book. It allows you to multiply your success, chart your progress, and achieve any desire. However, there is always a choice to be made at the beginning of any such process. You have to ask: are you serious about living an extraordinary life? If the answer is: yes, then use the power of The Compound Effect to create the success you want. Darren is passionate about success and personal growth. Because he leaves behind a trail of personal success you will not go wrong in devouring his work and his strategies. More recently, Darren led the rebirth of SUCCESS Magazine as its publisher and founding editor.
… “little, everyday decisions will either take you to the life you desire or to disaster by default.”
Darren Hardy https://www.darrendaily.com
7. Personal Development for Smart People
by Steve Pavlina
Growth, decided upon and actioned takes enormous fortitude, discipline and focus. There is no magic bullet. It is that hard work, takes courage, and self-discipline to achieve meaningful results. This book is a refreshing change in that it does not gloss over how hard it actually is to achieve success. Growth can be painful. It takes time and effort. Pavlina states that there are seven universal principles behind all successful growth efforts. This book also covers methods for improving your health, relationships, career, finances, and more. In fact, this book is about you taking charge and becoming “the conscious creator of your life instead of feeling hopelessly adrift.” You can achieve your goals when you apply disciplined daily habits. Here you will gain an insight into one of the most successful personal development bloggers on the Internet. Steve loves to write about topics such as: productivity, relationships, and spirituality.
… “this fascinating book will help you courageously explore, creatively express, and consciously embrace your extraordinary human journey.”
Steve Pavlina https://www.stevepavlina.com/
8. The Possibility of Change: 10 True Stories
of Personal Transformation
by Peter Clemens
Peter Clemens is about helping people change. This book is a collection of inspiring stories, real-world examples of what …” people have done in order to accomplish their ideas for change.” This book will hopefully, open your mind to the possibilities that exist in your life. Peter Clemens helps inspire and motivate people to change through his top personal growth website, The Change Blog. One story tells of someone who was into blame. He blamed everything, everyone, and the kitchen sink for not having the level of happiness he desired. Fortunately, he realized that nothing needed to change except for himself. And. Isn’t this the only realisation we all come to eventually in life? As a well-respected Blogger, Peter Clemens’ Blog has an online community of 40,000+ people who are making positive change happen.
“Are you ready to make a change in your life?”
Peter Clemens https://www.possibilitychange.com/
9. The Paleo Solution: The Original Human Diet
by Rob Wolf
There are many approaches to diet, exercise and good health. In effect, Paleo is about meat and three veg, or some combination of those principles. Together with the application of the principles of nutrition, sleep therapy and the notion of “diet”, The Paleo Solution has changed many people’s lives for the better. If you don’t get good nutrition and proper sleep, your daily life suffers enormously. Health has now been proven to be more than just about food, or exercise or nutrition or anything else in isolation. You need to have an holistic approach to lose fat and stay young. Eating well is also about avoiding illness. Because of Rob Wolf’s background in genetics, biochemistry and anthropology, The Paleo Solution incorporates the latest, cutting edge research. This book is about helping you to look, feel and perform your best. You will learn how simple changes in: nutrition, exercise and lifestyle, can radically change your appearance, and your health, for
the better. With this book, Rob Wolf is a New York Times Best Selling author. He is regarded as one of the world’s leading nutrition experts, and has transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people around the world
“They say the worth of a book is to be measured by what you can carry away from it.”
Rob Wolf https://www.robbwolf.com/blog/
10. The Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art
of Turning Trials into Triumph
by Ryan Holiday
Winning is about overcoming obstacles. You have to be able to recognise them and make decision about what you will do when you encounter an obstacle. It is also about understanding what you can control and can’t. To my mind is encapsulates the Alcoholics Anonymous Prayer of gaining the strength and fortitude to be able to accept what you can’t change, the peace to know when to give up and the wisdom to know the difference between these two. There will always be pain or adversity. Success is about stoically persevering with resilience. It is also about letting go, which is a hard concept for people who are into blame and a sense of entitlement. It’s about turning every new obstacle into an opportunity to get better, stronger, tougher. “The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way.” It’s about applying this wisdom to become more successful at whatever
you do. In this book, Ryan Holiday shows you how some of the most successful people in history have applied stoicism to overcome difficult or even impossible situations. Embracing the principles in this book ultimately mattered more than these leaders’ natural intelligence, talents, or luck. This is a guide to help you turn your problems into your biggest advantages.
“The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way.”
Ryan Holiday https://www.ryanholiday.net/
11. How to Get Sh*t Done
by Erin Falconer
When treading the success path, women are often overwhelmed. They often overschedule their lives unnecessarily. This clutter hides what is necessary and meaningful. This book is about helping women do less so that they can achieve more. From the moment women are born, there seems to be a tendency to live in a state of constant guilt. We learn that we’re not doing enough. We learn that we’re not good enough. That we need to change somehow in order to be accepted. Women are guilted, and mostly by self, that they need to be climbing the corporate ladder. That they need to be busy. That they need to be doing it all and coping as well. This constant sense of comparison with others, especially men, leads women to feel like they’re not living their best lives. Erin Falconer shows women how to do less and achieve more. She teaches women how to zero in on three areas of their lives where they need to excel. It’s an entirely new approach – letting go of what holds you back so that you can free your spirit.
“How to Get Sh*t Done will forever reframe productivity so that you can stop doing everything for everyone and start doing what matters to you.”
Erin Falconer http://pickthebrain.com/
12. 100 Ways to Develop Your Mind
By Steven Aitchison
This is a practical book. In it, Steven shows you about facing your fears and doing whatever, anyway. It is about being taken out of your comfort zone and learning new skills, methods and techniques for applying a coaching model to learning to listen. Actually being able to hear what others say so you can make more of an impact. It is about retraining your mind to think differently. It is about overcoming years of ineffective results. It is, in effect, about being more successful in whatever you want to achieve. Steven will show you how to do the thing that you fear most. To face your fears. To ask for a discount. Any many. Many more useful techniques. Steven is an online entrepreneur, who teaches others how to change their thoughts, which will change their energy. Hence becoming more positive so they will get what they want in life.
“Your mind will be enhanced but more importantly you can change your life using simple steps each day.”
Steven Aitchison https://www.stevenaitchison.co.uk/
13. Soulful Simplicity: How Living with
Less Can Lead to So Much More
by Courtney Carver
Having an uncomplicated life is perhaps the goal for the majority of people who are so stressed out and so busy that they are missing the point entirely of what actually makes them happy. BY looking at the bigger picture and getting rid of any excesses, things you really can do without. Helps you reclaim lightness and relieve stress. The clutter is an outcome of society in general. Of the marketing and advertising of consumerism. We all seem to want to do more. To be more. To have more. Yet, if you asked someone what was really important, they might struggle to answer. Through her personal journey of overcoming her biggest struggle, Courtney manages to acknowledge what particular physical and psychological clutter were at the root cause of these stress issues. She encourages you to opt for a simpler life. Simplicity brings transformation by having less, yet the exchange is, being more.
“Courtney Carver shows us the power of simplicity to improve our health, build more meaningful relationships, and relieve stress in our professional and personal lives.”
Courtney Carver https://bemorewithless.com/
14. Barking Up the Wrong Tree: The Surprising
Science Behind Why Everything You Know
About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong
by Eric Barker
Eric barker is a Wall Street Journal Bestseller. It is interesting to know that many previously held paradigms for success, health and growth, you name it, have been overthrown for more useful approaches. Barker involves science as the background to explaining how and why and what determines success. We have all heard about the three-pronged approach: determine what you want, make a plan and take action. Yet. So many people fail. There must be a really big reason for this. In this book you will learn how anyone can achieve success. This book is also about observing what separates the extremely successful from the rest of us. It‘s about teaching you what you need to learn so that you can be more like them. It is instructional as it draws on statistics and anecdotes that will help you understand what works and what doesn’t. This is about clarity of action. It’s about taking out the guess-work of how to achieve success. It’s also about helping you start living the life you want. Eric’s Blog presents as a way for professionals need their advice – science-backed, with a dose of insight and humour.
… ”stop guessing at success and start living the life you want.”
Eric Barker https://www.bakadesuyo.com
15. White Hot Truth: Clarity for Keeping
It Real on Your Spiritual Path from
One Seeker to Another
by Danielle LaPorte
White Hot Truth lays it all bare for spiritual wisdom and growth. Sometimes the two notions conflict. When commencing a journey into personal development people reward many books. The more they read the more self-critical they can become because you, the subject, are so full of hurt and pain and sorrow and guilt that it is almost as though you need to let go of your entire life and start again. However, in this book, Danielle cheerleads you to own your wisdom and self-worth. She achieves this by having a good laugh with you, and maybe a good cry, at the ways you’ve been” trying to improve on your self-improvement.” This book gives an insight into some tales about how this self-help movement can get it terribly wrong. And. Mostly, terribly right. Danielle has been named one of the “Top 100 Websites for Women” by Forbes.
“And in her poetic and brazen way, she brings it home with the hottest truth of all: You are your own guru.”
Danielle LaPorte https://www.daniellelaporte.com
16. Unconventional Medicine: Join the Revolution
to Reinvent Healthcare, Reverse Chronic Disease,
and Create a Practice You Love
By Chris Kresser
Chris Kresser is a New York Times best-selling author of The Paleo Cure. Never before has diet and nutrition been so on point and in the media. Disease and illness are rampant. Supermarkets try to bend to different interest groups by offering gluten-free, milk-free and other options. Yet. This is just the tip of the epidemic. Chronic disease is shortening our lifespan, destroying our quality of life. Mental health issues are expanding world-wide, yet more and more drugs are available to combat this situation. But. Perhaps they are missing the point with artificial intermediation into illness. Today’s parents are symptomatic of prior eating habits. This generation is affecting the health of future generations. Conventional medicine focuses on managing symptoms. This approach is no longer valid. This approach fails to address the underlying causes of disease. This means that health providers are not sufficiently educated in more appropriate solutions to an overall life plan, rather than a band-aid approach, after
the horse has bolted. We are now broken because the healthcare system is broken. What is the solution? Kresser’s aim is to present a plan that will help reverse this downward spiral towards continuing world ill-health. Kesser combines the notion of a genetically aligned diet and lifestyle with a collaborative practice model so that practitioners can educate their patients towards better health overall. Known for his in-depth research uncovering myths and misconceptions in modern medicine, Kesser provides science-based health solutions that have proven results.
“The epidemic of chronic illness can be stopped, if patients and practitioners can adapt.”Chris Kesser https://www.chriskresser.com/
17. High Performance Habits: How Extraordinary
People Become That Way
by Brendon Burchard
Brendon Burchard, as one of the most followed personal development trainers in the world, his focus is on helping people achieve more success in life. Whatever that means for them. He is successful and therefore he has defined what works. From a life of dedication and purpose Burchard found answers to his quest for knowledge on why some people and teams achieve and others don’t. Why some people are miserable and some aren’t. And. What motivates people to go for it. What specific practices helped the most? Burchard found that there were six identifiable and deliberate habits that give you the edge. He says that anyone can practice these habits. The results? Extraordinary things can happen in their lives, their relationships, and their careers. Burchard says that to become a high performer, you must seek clarity, generate energy, raise necessity, increase productivity, develop influence, and demonstrate courage. In this book you will learn the art and science of
how to do all this. It has been said about this book – “if you’ve ever wanted a science-backed, measurable, heart-centered plan to living a better quality of life, it’s in your hands.”
“THESE HABITS WILL MAKE YOU EXTRAORDINARY.”
Brendon Burchard https://www.brendon.com/
18. The Four Tendencies: The Indispensable
Personality Profiles That Reveal How to
Make Your Life Better
(and Other People’s Lives Better, Too)
by Gretchen Rubin
Gretchen is New York Times bestseller. Most often people really do not understand the impact their innate personality traits affect their success, their position, or their life, in general. This book is about change. If you want to or need to change to achieve something then you need to be able to measure it. You need to ab=be able to understand it. The you can take the appropriate action. If you do not understand who you are at a core level you will definitely not understand the impact that your personality and style of operation is having on not only yourself, but also on others. You future. Your success or failure! Like the majority of personality profiling systems traits/styles/types fall into combination of four, eight, or sixteen. Why? Most of these are based on the ancient Chinese System of the IChing which looked at the seasons and the elements of: wind, fire, water and earth. More modern application of this ancient philosophy further refines what those elements might
mean. In this book they have been defined as: obliger, rebel, questioner or upholder. She calls them tendencies. “Tendency shapes every aspect of our behaviour, so using this framework allows us to make better decisions, meet deadlines, suffer less stress, and engage more effectively.” This book is about insight. It is about research and examples. The overall objective is for you, the reader, to move towards a happier, healthier, more productive life.
“Gretchen Rubin realised that by asking the seemingly dry question ‘How do I respond to expectations?’ we gain life changing self-knowledge.”
Gretchen Rubin https://www.gretchenrubin.com/
19. The Success Principles (TM) – 10th Anniversary
Edition: How to Get from Where You Are to
Where You Want to Be
by Jack Canfield
SUCCESS magazine named Jack Canfield “One of the Most Influential Leaders in Personal Growth and Achievement.” This book has been around a while. In celebration of its 10th anniversary, this book has been revised and updated to meet today’s new challenges. This book is about transformation. How to transform for success in changing times. This practical book helps you get from where you are to where you want to be. It teaches you how to increase your confidence. How to tackle daily challenges. How to live with passion and purpose. How to realize all your ambitions. Stories of success outline proven principles and strategies that can be adapted for your own life. Canfield is an internationally recognized leader in personal development and peak performance strategies.
“Taken together and practiced every day, these principles will change your life beyond your wildest dreams.”
Jack Canfield https://www.jackcanfield.com/blog/
Strengthen Your Ability to Move Towards Achieving Your Personal Development Goals
Now is the time to get cracking with these awe-inspiring books.
They will transform your personal development horizons, enormously.
Books and Blogs on personal development topics can empower you. Can help change your life.
They bring new information. They tell different stories. They will inspire you to take action. They can steer you onto the right path. A shorter, less painful path.
They can offer short cuts to success. They can offer snippets that have the impetus to energise.
So, you have no excuse now.
Start building your personal development library with this new knowledge.
The people listed above, and the work they have contributed to the personal development arena, have the ability to increase your insights. They have built successful businesses with the contribution they have made through their writing. These writers are role models to follow.
Now is the time to transform your personal development by reading these amazingly powerful tips and strategies.
So, what are you waiting for?
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