Help Us Help You – Motivational Literature At Its Best

It’s human nature to thrive, upwards and onwards – to improve ourselves individually and otherwise – to find answers. For those of us who have been around a little longer than others some of these answers are perhaps clearer, or no longer such big mysteries. But for most of us young, and sometimes lost souls, living in this endless universe of possibilities – we could sure use some help.
The best way to get started is by picking out the right reading material, that one book (or three or four) that will be like a personal guide and an unbiased best friend.
Ready? set, read:

Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing
Whether you’re searching for it , how to maintain it or just some game plane tips – love is one of the most coveted and explored phenomenons in all of human history. A great book to start with is The Four Agreements By Don Miguel Ruiz – to better your relationships you must first better yourself and let your past and negative thoughts go. According to Ruiz you’ll do that by coming to at least 4 very important agreements with yourself.

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Walk It Off
If you tend to stress over things, small or big – How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie is the prefect little helper for your life struggles. It’s the Chamomile tea of literature. Worrying doesn’t solve anything right? so why not find a way around it and just be happier with our lives? find out all about it in Carnegie’s fantastic book.

The Landmark Bestseller – Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill is filled with personal stories of people who made it and made it big. Take a brake from your conventional thinking, get inspired and grow more successful in no time. For those of you driven by what makes the world go round and want to join in for the ride.

The Social Club
Saying goes that “still waters run deep”. And indeed they do in: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain, the waters run very deep indeed. To all the introverts and underdogs out there, but not only – a highly inspirational read to teach us not to judge a book by its cover, it will probably end up surprising us for the better.

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