If only motivational quotes could truly give motivation – we’d all be living our lives with a full drive and enthusiasm to live our dreams and get where we want to be. Unfortunately, this doesn’t happen as often as we’d like. Finding a great motivational book that can spark your confidence, passion, and thirst for success can be difficult without some form of guide.
Kindle, Hardcover, Standard Edition, Paperback, Audible, Audio CD
How to Choose the Best Format to Read Your Motivational Books?
Kindle.Considered the benchmark of all other eReader devices, Kindle remains the best device for your electronic books. It’s also the most appealing, most enduring and affordable readers that can store all your electronic books.
Hardcover. If you want your books to live on forever, you might want to consider a more durable format like the hardcover. This format protects the book by a rigid cover made with materials like cardboard, buckram, leather, cloth, or heavy paper.
Paperback.Affordable books for keeps. If you want to have a huge collection of cheap books to show off your friends, paperbacks are the best format to go.
Audible / Audio CD. For busy people who don’t have much time to sit down and read, audibles are amazing choices. With an audible, you can read with your ears and do idle tasks like commuting or cleaning while tuning in to your favorite author.
Jen Sincero’s ‘You are a Badass’ is an amazing how-to-guide and one of the best motivational books that will get you hooked upon first read. It is full of Sincero’s witty occasional swear words, sage advices, and actionable step by step guide to help you identify and change self-destructing beliefs that limit you from pursuing your goals.
Mostly focusing on one’s career goals, Sincero’s book will be beneficial for people who feel like they’re not moving forward in work. It’s a hilarious piece of literature counterbalanced with thoughtful insights and genuine opinions about work and life, and how we can make these two work out well for each other.
Sincero also takes us in the deep and explains why we get or ‘feel stuck’. She also offers spectacular insight into our perspectives on money. If you need a little mentoring to help make your realize what you are doing wrong in your job – and your life – this is the book for you.
Learn how to embrace your imperfections with the help of this new motivational book by Brene Brown, an expert on authenticity, shame and belonging. As a social work research professor, Brown spent years studying vulnerability and the power of wholehearted living.
According to Brown, the concept of whole hearted living will help people see the world as a place of compassion, belongingness and worthiness. This simple thought, Brown argues, is the key to a fulfilling life. Unlike other books based solely on the author’s opinion and imagination, Brown’s book is based on scientific research.
Brown also teaches readers how to exercise and cultivate courage, connection and sympathy. She teaches people how to embrace the imperfect sides of themselves – to adopt the thinking that we are all ‘enough just as the way we are’. Overall, this book is a joy to read bringing true inspiration and wisdom to people who have low self-esteem and who feel inadequate about themselves.
Hal Erold’s The Miracle Morning is an extraordinary self-help book that focuses on a simple approach to create the life you want. Elrod introduces helpful morning activities (done before 8AM) to drive change and transformation in each reader’s life.
Basically, it’s a book about creating a morning routine that will set you up for a success. If you’re not so much of an early riser, this could be the book that can make you get up for about an hour or two earlier than usual. In the book Hal Erold teaches six activities that are best done before 8AM including meditation, affirmation, visualization, journaling, reading and exercise.
However, the success of this approach also depends on how dedicated you are to your morning routines. Much of the book’s effectiveness is attributed to the person’s strength in committing to change.
Understand the powers of your creativity with Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear. In her book, Gilbert shares her unique understanding of creativity challenging previous notions of mystery around the process.
She proves her point by sharing personal stories, as well as those of her friends and colleagues who have inspired her. Considered one of the most likable writers in her genre, Gilbert always states a new idea in the most articulate form that’s easy to read and understand. Reading her works is almost similar to listening to soft classical music.
Even when she’s writing about enchantment and ‘big magic’ as she calls it, you could recognize how firmly grounded she is in reality. She offers not only practical but also realistic advice and encourages her readers to follow their dreams – and to try their best to eliminate fear in the process.
Based on an ancient Toltec wisdom, Miguel Ruiz introduces The Four Agreements, an old code of conduct which holds the power to life transformation paving way for the achievement of three of life’s best gift: love, freedom, and true happiness.
In this book, Ruiz helps readers live these four practices through incorporating simple habits in our lives. Ruiz believes that these four agreements are “tools for transformation” which helps people stop the guilt, shame and self-rejection – or limiting beliefs that hinder us to be the best versions of ourselves.
Adopting these agreements on a regular basis might be a hard for many, but with constant perseverance and dedication anyone can put this into action. One of the best motivational books that help readers achieve personal freedom, Ruiz closes the chapter with a reminder to use these four agreements as a guide to serve yourself – and to invoke more joy, love and connection in your life.