The perfect guide for learning how a simple mantra can change your life and give you the motivation to achieve your dreams.
Think that you don’t have the tools to change your life? Marie Forleo is here to prove that you can change your life no matter who or where you are in life. Maybe you are looking for a career change, looking to start a business, or looking to travel the world. Marie is here to prove that you can do it. From identifying what you want to breaking down excuses and fears, Marie will teach you how you can implement the philosophy of “Everything is Figureoutable” and give you the tools you need to change your life.
Learn how to stop worrying about what you should do so you can finish what you need to do and start doing what you want to do.
Welcome to Get Your Shit Together, before you keep reading you should know a few things. First, this is not a traditional self-help book. Instead, think about this as more of a “let Sarah help you help yourself” help book. In other words, Sarah is here to offer “help” when your “self” gets in the way. I mean, if you could help yourself, you would’ve done it by now, right? Second, this book is not about cleaning up your physical messes in your life. You won’t be getting tips about how to gather your shit, thank it for its service, and sending it off to the Salvation Army or Goodwill. Instead, you’ll be learning how to tidy up your mental clutter like your career, finances, creative pursuits, relationships, and health. Sarah thinks of this book as a “delightfully profane one-stop-shop for tidying your mind - and making your life easier and better.” No matter where you are in your life, whether you’re in a rut with your career, finances, or your health, you have the power to hoist yourself out of your rut and begin living the life you want, and deserve, to live. As you read, you’ll learn “how to set goals, how to push through small annoyances and thorny obstacles to meet those goals, and then how to imagine and achieve even bigger goals that you may not, until now, have thought possible.”
Conflict resolution tips from a professional negotiator.
Have you ever had to navigate a tricky situation? What about negotiating a peace treaty with the Middle East? Most people probably haven’t had that experience, but William Ury has! As a professional mediator, Ury specializes in successful conflict resolution. Getting to Yes With Yourself (2015) is his collection of top tips for resolving any personal-- or interpersonal!-- conflict you might ever face.
The self-help guide for women who want to stop lying to themselves, unlock their potential, stop settling and follow their dreams.
Stop believing the lies about who you are so you can become who you were meant to be. In Girl, Wash Your Face, Rachel Hollis spells out all the lies that she and other women tell themselves every day. Lies like “I’ll start tomorrow,” or “I’m not good enough.” Rachel explains why these are just lies you tell yourself which prevents you from becoming the person you were meant to be. A mixture of memoir, motivational tips, and common-sense girl talk, Rachel tells you like it is. She provides the harsh truth to motivate you to unlock your potential and ultimately, stop lying to yourself.
Discover the secrets to success from successful fitness coach, copywriter, influencer, and business owner, Dan Meredith.
Monday mornings. “Sunday scaries.” What does this all mean? If you’re tired of working the Monday-Friday grind and experiencing the “Sunday scaries” in which you dread the thought of waking up to go to work the next morning, then it’s time to make a change. Dan Meredith felt this way at one point too. He’d be shattered each Monday morning as his alarm clock forced him awake to go to a job that he hated. He lived life sitting in an office, slowly going insane, making someone else money while his life slipped by. So at thirty-three-years-old, he finally said, “f*ck it!” He stopped making excuses and searched for the secret of success, longing for the lifestyle of the rich and famous. Now, he’s here to teach you just how he did it. How he went from maxing out every single credit card bill he had to running a fully automated fitness facility and a successful copywriting business. He went from barely affording pizza to hosting sold-out events with some of the biggest names in the world of entrepreneurs. So how did he do it? Keep reading to find out the secrets to success, including why being selfish is a good thing, or why you should begin taking train trips to nowhere.
Learn the art of forming fast and meaningful connections.
Everybody wants to be liked and everybody knows you only get one shot at a first impression. So, how do you make that impression a good one, especially when you’re introducing yourself on the fly? How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less (2000) is your handy-dandy pocket guide to making a stellar first impression and gaining new friends.
A guide to conquering life presented by Bawse-Lady Lilly Singh.
In today’s world, opportunities are endless. With social media, you can create a life beyond your wildest dreams. YouTuber Lilly Singh has created a successful life online with a billion views on the internet and millions of subscribers. Of course, Lilly will be the first to say that having a big following doesn’t automatically make you an expert but throughout her journey to success, she’s learned plenty of valuable lessons along the way. These are the lessons that have made her the Bawse she is today. The lessons you’ll learn from Lilly can be applied to all areas of your life, whether you’re looking to start your own YouTube channel or simply wanting to face your fears and live a happier, more fulfilling life. She will break down the basics of success and teach you how to overcome obstacles that will allow you to live the life of your dreams… to live the life of a Bawse! Keep reading to learn how life is like a video game, why it's important to break some rules, and lastly, why kindness always wins.
Why being selfish sometimes can be healthy.
It’s wrong to be selfish: this is the message we receive from the time that we’re old enough to attend pre-school. We are taught that sharing is important and that no one likes a person who is selfish. But is selflessness really all it’s cracked up to be? In Defense of Selfishness (2015) argues that altruism should never prevent you from setting personal boundaries or making healthy decisions for yourself.
A Navy SEAL’s simple secrets for success.
The titular action of Make Your Bed (2017) is a subtle nod to the author’s key message. Collated from the life lessons he learned during his time as a Navy SEAL, Make Your Bed is an anthology of the simple tips that changed McRaven’s life. The author believes this advice can change your life as well and that’s why he’s documented his experiences for the benefit of anyone who wants to learn, grow, or inspire others.
If you’ve ever wondered why you do the things you do or wished you knew the secret to quickly and effectively revamping your habits, this is the book for you!
Making Habits, Breaking Habits (2013) unlocks the science behind the daily habits which control our lives and how they’re formed. Through this critical exploration, Jeremy Dean sheds new light on our choices, revealing our tendency to become habit zombies and offering empowering suggestions for breaking the cycle through the conscious formation of healthy habits.