By Pleasure Rirhandzo Kekana
The 5 AM Club by Robin Sharma
This book aims to inspire one to live a minimalist lifestyle through eliminating unnecessary distractions like social media and binge-watching. Once you cast your eyes over the book, you will realize that you may be wasting your time and energy on foolish thoughts and activities where you could be using it for something that benefits yourself and being. It also teaches the importance of forgiveness and the 20/20/20 formula. It is a highly advisable read!
The Miracle Morning (The Not So Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life) by Hal Elrod
This paperback is based on life-changing and motivating ideas to keep you going and take accountability for your actions. It is an amazing book and advisable read for anyone who wants to gain strength and not sympathy, and make it their daily bread. It will assist in becoming more productive and consistent in your goals.
Mini Habits, Smaller Habits, Bigger Results by Stephen Guise
This book focuses on the ‘mini-habit’ framework which encourages action and motivation. In contrast to our common belief systems about motivation, mini-habits producer longer-lasting minor patterns based on minimal willpower that are exceedingly simple to implement. These small rituals can be conducted at any time, from any location with little to no effort, so new habits are adopted quickly. The most important sentence in the book summarizes its entire approach – is “Be the person with embarrassing aspirations and impressive achievements, rather than one of many individuals with impressive ambitions and dreadful results.”
I highly recommend these self-help books if you want to change your life for the better.
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