Self Improvement Books: The 3 Books You Must Read in 2015
Self improvement books are an easy yet effective way to make change happen. From helping you meet personal development goals to making it possible for you to change your mindset to lead the life you deserve, they can do it all and then some.
That is why every month when we send out the Mindsetmax newsletter, we share a Book of the Month.
Reading is key to self-improvement and growth. Reading the right material is even more important.
On that note, here are the top 3 books that everyone must read in 2015.
1st Recommendation For Self Improvement Books for 2015: Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
This book isn’t a new one, most definitely. In fact, as the blurb on Amazon rightly says, “It is the Granddaddy of motivational literature”
This new and refreshed edition has anecdotes of modern millionaires and how they’ve too applied Hill’s proven Law of Success philosophy to create their wealth.
From Bill Gates to Mary Kay Ash, Arthur R.Pell, “a nationally known author, lecturer, and consultant in human resources management and an expert in applying Hill’s thought”, has included them all.
2nd Recommendation For Self Improvement Books for 2015: Act Like a Success, Think Like a Success by Steve Harvey
Steve Harvey is fun, enthusiastic, and very wise. In this September 2014 release, he’s showing you how to achieve your dreams by using the gift you already have.
He helps you learn how to find your gift and then, arms you with a set of principles to use your gift too.
Amazon readers have described the book as “An absolute page turner! A must read for everyone, especially entrepreneurs!” and “Very Motivating, Easy Read!”
Definitely among the self improvement books that are so much more!
3rd Recommendation For Self Improvement Books for 2015: Simplify by Joshua Becker
If your personal development goal for 2015 is to simplify your life and reduce the clutter, this gem of a book by minimalist living blogger, Joshua Becker will be a delight to own and read.
Simplify will change the way you look at material things and physical possessions and give you the clarity and motivation you need to live life fueled by your passion and not your products.
Praised by the New York Times and the TIME Magazine Blog of the year, this is one book you will love as you move towards a simpler yet richer lifestyle.
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