10 Powerful Self-Improvement Books to Get Your Life Organized

A self-improvement book can be any book that inspires you to look within yourself and improve your life. For example, Paulo Coelho’s The Alchemist has inspired several to examine their own motivations, and it certainly cannot be labeled as a self-help book. How about taking a look at the best self-improvement books ever written – books that have helped thousands, if not millions, to reorder their priorities?

1. Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus by John Gray

This book opens our eyes to just how different we are as sexes and why. The why part is really eye-opening – it really goes a long way in helping the sexes deal with each other. Men, as the book says, are like rubber bands, and women are like waves. Stereotypical or not, this book is a keeper.

2. Chicken Soup for the Soul by Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen

A collection of inspirational tales that speak directly to one’s heart – that’s that Chicken Soup for the Soul is all about. It’s not labeled a self-help book, so people read it as they would a novel. That’s the best way to read it. The series now contains more than 250 titles, each one as inspirational as the first. Chicken Soup for the Soul brings helps us realize the value of essential human goodness and how it can improve our own lives and that of others.

3. As a Man Thinketh by James Allen

Man is as he thinks he is – he is the author of his own distress and his happiness. A person whose thoughts are noble and true will lead a fulfilling life, and a person whose thoughts turn to darkness tends to wallow in misery. One of the best self-improvement books available, it expounds that good thoughts and good deeds not only benefit others, but our own souls as well. Thoughts determine reality, and by mastering your thoughts, you can create the life you want instead of letting life drift. That’s pretty much what the author wants you to realize.

4. The Secret by Rhonda Byrne

What’s the secret of success? According to the author, it’s the power of thought. When you focus the power of your thought exclusively on the thing you want, you will succeed. Rhonda Byrne’s book became so famous that she actually appeared on the Oprah Winfrey show! The book has been criticized for touting the power of thought as the solution to tangible problems. That’s beside the point; the book has grossed $300 million in sales and that is success.

5. You Can Heal Your Life by Louise L. Hay

Mind over matter – that’s the message this book delivers. No matter what you suffer – depression, illness or even something terminal, you can cure it via positive thinking. Numerous spiritualists and aura healers say the same. Negative thinking is the root of all the ills that ail us. We all know that our negative emotions cause stress internally, not allowing our bodies to heal. That’s the plain truth; you can bring great change into your life just by changing your thinking.

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6. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Can you grow rich just by thinking it? The author of Think and Grow Rich certainly thinks so. This is one of the most influential financial self-help books ever written. The author actually looked into the lives of more than 40 millionaires to understand exactly how they grew rich. He then put into words 13 principles for achieving your goals. Several famous people have claimed that this book has changed their thinking and has paved their path to success.

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7. How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

Dale Carnegie blew the roof off with this book, which is an all-time success. Carnegie impresses upon readers that all success stems from an ability to communicate effectively. Great brilliance, savvy insights and education take second place. It’s effective communication that wins the day. The book teaches you how to achieve results from people through appreciation, rather than manipulation.

8. The Road Less Traveled by M Scott Peck

Life is difficult – or so opines the author, before taking you through a journey where you’ll begin to realize your mistakes. You’ll learn to separate love from dependency; you’ll learn to find peace and fulfillment from positive relationships. You’ll learn to become a better parent and finally arrive at how to be a much better, much improved you. It’s a book that takes you within yourself, delves deep and rewards you with nuggets the pure gold of self-realization.

9. The Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield

The Celestine Prophecy is based on an ancient manuscript found in the rain forests of Peru. This book offers you 9 important insights on life. Drawing on ancient wisdom, it shows you how to make connections among the current events in your life, which allows you to evaluate your future. This book can help you understand why you are here on earth, what your purpose is, and how you need to proceed with it.

10. The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale

It can’t get simpler than this. Dr. Peale has a simple set of 10 rules for you on how to gain confidence and achieve success. Added to these are 3 proven secrets for energy and 5 methods to overcome defeat and much else. This book tells you, in simple language, that you can change your life just by changing your attitude.

Conclusion

It’s perfectly all right to reach for a self-help book when you’re in need for guidance. Our recommendation is that you sincerely evaluate your needs and select the self-improvement book that best answers them. The right book can truly help you reach the stars – if you take every word in and do what the book says.

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