“Meri umar ho gayi hai,
Ab main kya seekhunga/sekhungi ?”
That does not sound right, does it? There is no age to learn, correct and evolve. In-fact science says that the more you learn and evolve, the more active the brain cells remain and the younger you feel.
- Seeking solutions to problems
- Learning new things
- Thoroughly analysing situations
- Conscious efforts to self-improve
These are all examples of discovering ‘the self’ and becoming more comfortable and happier. Let these self-help books take you further into your journey of self-discovery.
1. 100 Days to Brave – Annie Downs:
Annie Downs shares personal stories and short devotions that will help you work through your fears and become a braver you.
Who doesn’t need a little more courage in their life?
The book is a light and refreshing read and a great place to begin the journey of self-help.
2. The Universe has Your Back – Gabrielle Bernstein:
Faith and optimism are two key components that will lead to real change in your life, says Gabrielle. This book will help you get rid of emotional blocks and improve your mind set so that you can start living a happier and a more purposeful life.
3. The Top 5 Regrets of the Dying – Bonnie Ware:
In this book the author shares her experience of working with those who fear death. She helps you love each day more – by helping you shed the fear of death - and makes you understand that anything is possible if you make choices that align your values.
4. Change Your Schedule, Change Your Life – Dr. Suhas Kshirsagar:
If you are interested in Ayurvedic wisdom, this book will effortlessly help you lose weight, sleep better, exercise stronger, reduce stress and boost your well-being. This self-help book is based on harnessing the power of chronobiology to help you create a schedule that compliments your mind and body type.
5. The Power of Habit – Charles Duhigg:
What if someone told you that changing certain habits could make a huge difference between success and failure or even life and death! Would you believe it? That’s exactly what author Charles Duhigg talks about in this book. With changing times and needs one must change - be it a person or an organization. The book introduces several scientific discoveries, explains the neuroscience behind certain habits and how they can be changed.
6. The 5am Club – Robin Sharma:
In this book Robin Sharma talks about his 5am Club concept that he introduced around 20 years back. The book talks about the importance of rising early and shares stories of early rising geniuses, business titans and the world’s wisest people and their astonishing achievements. It shares the step by step method to best utilize the quietest hours of daybreak for personal growth.
7. Touch the Sky – Rashmi Bansal:
Touch the Sky brings to you some of the inspiring stories of women from across India who have written, and are even now writing, their own destiny. Each is a story of personal triumph, boldness and societal transformation - a tribute to a life dedicated to finding a place in the sun.
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