5 Of The Best Self Development Books

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  • The Unthethered Soul – the journey beyond yourself.

I discovered this book while reading an article on what some of the worlds Billionaires were reading. This is the best book I’ve read on living in the moment, letting go of useless chatter, opening your heart and channeling positive energy.

  • The Millionaire Next Door

One of my favourite best books how to become wealthy. This book is based on facts not fiction. Read more about it here.

  • The Pursuit Of Happiness

This is one of my all time favorite books on the subject of Happiness. Another great book backed by facts and excellent research. I wrote a review about it at Amazon.

  • The Evolving Self

This book made me begin to think I could help change the world. It was a major influence on my life and how I viewed the world. This book is real eye opener.

  • The Mandela Of Being

Another fabulous book on living in the present moment. Once we understand the power of our consciousness the sky is the limit. We discover a peace and joy and let go of living with “me“, “you“, “future“ and the “past“ Also discover gratitude, stillness and presence.

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    3 thoughts on “5 Of The Best Self Development Books

    1. I really grew up when read the book Think and grow rich. It totally transformed the way I thought of myself and the world. Now 26 years later at 45 I still have the desire to pursue all my dreams. It’s as if I only read the book yesterday. Although my daughter is only 11 given a few years from now I will gently encourage her to read it to.

    2. Hiya Robert, I’ve read Think and Grow Rich, a timeless classic. I think but not quite rich yet (but rich in what matters I believe)

    3. I have read the book the pursuit of happiness and this book is such a great read. I would recommend the book to anyone needing some self improvement.

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