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"If you want to be successful, find someone who has achieved the results you want and copy what they do and you'll achieve the same results" - Tony Robbins

Your goals and aspirations are unique. Here's a list of self improvement books to help you achieve happiness, build self esteem and be successful in whatever you endeavour.

We are constantly updating our database for self improvement books and programs that can help you in your journey for success. Just as a sower, we will incorporate as many aspect of self help and motivation books, they will not only be about being success in life but it will also touch on the concerns and goals which we have not yet achieve, such as

  • Happiness 
  • Good health 
  • Skill enrichment 
  • Success and achievements 
  • Build and accumulate wealth 

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Brian Tracy is a master of self motivation and self management skills development. This self improvement book is an encyclopedia of inner wealth, an instruction manual for success. He writes clearly and passionately about our ability to change the way our lives, lead you step by step to a better way of thinking. 

Using anecdote of Socrates, Brian Tracy discuss that the intensity of thought and feeling needed to accompany the work of setting our goals. This is not a self improvement book of theories, it is a book that actually help us identify our strength and weakness, and he shows us how and what we can do to achieve our goals.

 

Happiness is not only a 'feeling', its a way of life. Michael Neill makes happiness "now" a possibility for anyone; outlining a simple series of three parts "Feeling Good," "Feeling Better" and finally "Feeling Happy" which are broken into chapters that are easy and fun to digest and understand. Whether you are in search of a quick pick-me-up or a lasting change, this book is packed with everything you need to put the power of happiness to work in your own life.

Self love is comes from within. This book helps us find our true self, show us the way through inspiring stories. After reading this book, you will realise that self love isn’t difficult to achieve. In fact self love is in us all the time, it was momentarily lost through external and self conditioning. There are helpful practices and exercises that will guide you towards re discovering yourself emotionally and spiritually. Smile Across Your Heart will definitely put a smile on your face!

 
 

Og Mandino's book have always been a great influence to me. The Greatest Salesman in the World have been an invaluable guide towards a philosophy of life and of self promotion. Written in a clear , simple style, Og Mandino cleverly bring forth his philosophy through a parable. A parable set in the time prior to Christianity. The scrolls in the book help us identify our value, integrity in the world's marketplace..

Based on ancient wisdom, this text provides 37 paths of life for the 20th century, along with a method for determining your own life path and the life paths of others. It explores the core issues, inborn talents and special needs related to each path, including the areas of health, money and sexuality. It presents guidelines for finding a livelihood consistent with the reader's innate drives and abilities, and explains how to reveal the hidden purpose in relationships. 

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"Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.

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Harness your creative power

Think logically and then laterally. Sometimes the most creative idea start from a logical analysis and then expand it laterally, look at all variations and think outside the box. Keep an open mind, do not restrict your viewpoint, never discard any ideas and avoid people who are negative.

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