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Psychology best self-help books of all time
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
This self-help book was written by one of the greatest writers of this genre — Dale Carnegie.
Carnegie wrote this book during the Great Depression, helping many people stand up and chase their dreams. Some would dare say Carnegie was one of the key figures that shaped the mindset of modern-day Americans. The book is not only about improving yourself, but also about improving the community around you in order to be able to achieve personal growth.
The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
The Alchemist is the magical story of Santiago, an Andalusian shepherd boy who wants to travel in search of an extravagant treasure. From his home in Spain he journeys to the markets of Tangiers and across the Egyptian desert to a fateful encounter with the alchemist.
The story of the treasures he finds on his journey teaches us about the essential wisdom of listening to our hearts, learning to read the signs along life’s path, and, above all, following our dreams.
Grief and happiness
The novel is about a woman named Martha. He knows something is wrong with him but he does not know what it is. Her husband Patrick thinks she is fine. He says everyone has something, just something to keep going. Martha told Patrick before they got married that she did not want to have children.She said she has no problem in any way because she has loved him since he was fourteen and making her happy is the most important thing, even though she doesn’t seem to be able to do it.
When Martha found out what was wrong, she did not really care. It’s too late to find the only thing he wants. Or maybe it will turn out that you can stop loving someone and start over again – if you can find something else you want.
Money is nothing
An immersive story of how the great minds of the Scientific Revolution applied their new ideas to people, money, and markets — and there, they founded modern finance. MCKINSEY’S ANNUAL FINANCIAL TIME LIST AND FINAL BOOK * “An astonishing passage from the earliest days of the financial markets to this day continues to intrigue and confuse historians ….” –
Liaquat Ahamed, who is the author of Paul, Paul Finance Money for Nothing tells of a time when the needs of war, the discovery of natural philosophy, and the aspirations of investors were at odds. It is about how the Scientific Revolution merged with finance to put England – and the world – in a whole new way.
At the beginning of the eighteenth century, England was running out of money because of a long war with France. Parliament has tried to raise more money by selling debt to its citizens, earning money now with the promise of interest later. It was the first permanent debt in the world, but they still needed more.
They turned to the stock market – a new invention itself – where Isaac Newton’s new evolutionary statistics, which he applied to the movement of planets and nature, were rapidly used in the financial world. What kind of future return can one expect from an investment today? The Scientific Revolution can help.
At the heart of the London stock exchange – Exchange Alley – the South Sea Company developed a plan to convert pieces of national debt into shares of the company’s stock, and in the spring of 1720 the scheme worked very well. Stock prices doubled, doubled, doubled, making everyone in London from traders to the Prince of Wales get involved in cannibalism, printing presses, and state treasury books.
However, unlike science, with its strictly controlled experiments, financial transformation had its share of trials and errors on a grand scale, with surprising, sometimes harmful, consequences for human life. With England at war and in need of funds and “livestock workers” looking for any opportunity to get into action, this new financial world had the power to save the nation – but only if you did not lose money first.
Current Power by Eckhart Tolle
Tolle leads students on an inspiring spiritual journey to discover their true and deeper nature and reach their ultimate personal and spiritual growth: the discovery of truth and light. In writing about enlightenment, you introduce your natural enemy, your mind. He goes on to show students how to live in the present.
Narrow Road Taken by Scott Peck
When a book opens with “Life is hard”, you know it will awaken you and give you specific lessons. His timeless voice in Road Less Travelled continues to help us explore a kind of loving relationship and leads us to new peace and fulfillment. You will learn to distinguish depending on love; how to be a very sensitive parent; and finally how you can become a real person.
The Power of Positive Thinking written by “Norman Vincent Peale”
Drs. Peale to show you 10 simple rules for gaining confidence, 3 guaranteed secrets of fitness, 5 strategies for winning defeat and much more. This book proves that attitude can change lives, achieve success in all things, and overcome obstacles.
The Power of the Purpose of Wayne W. Dyer
This is not your regular book of purpose. Dyerhas purposely studied as a force in the universe that allowed the creative act to take place. This book explores purpose — not as something you do — but as a force for good. We are all destined here with the invisible power of purpose. You are the first in our industry to look at purpose as a field of energy that you can achieve to begin by combining your life with the power of purpose.
Self-help books are closely related to psychology, as the essence of self-improvement and personal achievement is often found in ancient psychological literature written by some of the greatest psychologists out there. Therefore, many of the pop-psychology books we read today have a very strong scientific background as taken from the works of Jung, Freud, Lacan, and others.
So, let’s take a look at some of the most popular self-help books that can help you improve your daily life.
For each of the best self-help books on this list, I offer my highest recommendation. With the new year upon us, I encourage you to jump into your comfort zone and choose a few of these to add to your library and read this year. I linked the title of each book with Amazon to go directly to the page and buy it!
Rich Father, Poor Father is Robert Kiyosaki
Rich Father, Poor Father is a masterpiece by Robert Kiyosaki written in 1997. This book focuses on financial literacy and its importance to all communities. With the full capacity of the human mind (especially in terms of financial perspective) and the many issues related to finance and economics, Kiyosaki has been able to make an eye-opening piece for the many people who lead the financial struggle. The book has sold more than 58 million copies and has been translated into 51 languages.
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
Napoleon Hill’s book may seem like a piece of advice that a new age enthusiast can offer, but it is not at all. For more than two decades, Napoleon Hill has been studied by wealthy people to write a book that has become a self-help book not only for those who want to “get rich” but also for those who want to get rich.
they are able to exercise self-control and improve their overall quality of life. In this book, you have introduced 16 “rules” that can help you to make progress.
Published in 1989, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is a self-help book for people who want to be successful in business. Although primarily based on psychology, Covey also used certain mathematical principles to expand on the subject and explain the “character ethic” to his readers.
The book was sold in more than 25 million copies, as well as 1.5 million audiobooks. One of the most important terms that Covey coined was the “abundance mentality” — a type of mindset one needs to acquire through everyday habits in order to make progress in his or her life.