As we are all looking for inspiration and light during these dark and gloomy months, we have decided to rehash some all time favourites of which you may or may not be aware. But classics always stand the test of time and these are no exception.
Whether you are looking to feel more confident, have more income or wanting a complete life makeover, look no further, these books have it all, and are a ‘life’ companion.
These are our all time favourites, and our ‘bible’ to consult if any of us are feeling down.
The Secret by Rhonda Byrne
This is a best selling book based on the law of attraction which claims that thoughts can change a person’s life directly. It has sold over 30 million copies worldwide and has been translated into 50 languages.
Rhonda provides quotes and examples of people whose lives have been transformed by this ancient but contemporary philosophy and she herself has turned around her own life when going through trauma with the ethos ‘ask and you will receive’ along with ‘gratitude and visualisation’.
You can never read it enough, and whenever you go back you discover something else you have missed or forgotten, to add to your valuable brain bank of life.
Chicken Soup for the Soul by Jack Canfield
This self-help book is 20 years old but can become a bible for people looking for a life or career change.
It is constantly being updated and even has a website www.chickensoupforthesoul.com relating to the first book which has sold millions of copies worldwide.
Some of the guidance is always a constant, which ranges from utilizing all of the tools in our kitbag however inappropriate they seem at the time, taking action, learning a new skill today, spending less time on the phone or watching mindless television to healthy living but eating ice cream if you want to.
Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker – Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth
If you have a British mindset and have a problem discussing the acquisition of money or getting rich, get over yourself, because we all need it and this charismatic (and you may say crass) speaker and writer has some brilliant advice for the more reticent among us to get off our butts and create some wealth.
As well as pragmatic tips and guidance, based on his own experiences, Mr Eker is surprisingly spiritual and believes in self belief and visualization to change our inner blueprint around money, as well as good old fashioned proactivity.
You can also see him online, and his videos are incredibly inspiring when you need to be reminded of certain business strategies to bring you back to basics and to stay on track.