Can a book which teaches us simple habits that take less than a minute – transform our lives? Slight changes can lead to big results, especially when compounded. Find out the key strategies worth implementing based on the author’s research.
Marcus Aurelius wrote a journal depicting his lessons throughout his life in the roman age. And thankfully, it still survived to this day. Can his personal lessons help us live more meaningfully in this modern age?
This is a book about understanding and healing our shadow so that we can lead more stable lives. Our ego can stop us from living the life we want to truly live. What steps can we implement to keep it in check?
Do your thoughts have a great impact on the direction your life is moving towards? James Allen wrote one of the most important seminal self development books in 1903. Today, its impact can still be felt by millions of readers worldwide.
Many of us often strive for progress not because of the desire to achieve but because we have fear. That’s the theory proposed by Alexandre Lowen. If he’s right, is it any wonder that so many of us experience anxiety – how can we overcome our deep rooted fears?
What are the different strategies, habits, and tools the most creative people from the past have used? By learning the different possibilities available we’ll gain further clarity about how to approach our own lives. This is a fantastic book worth diving deep into.
Motivation can be fleeting, but are there any key principles that can help us sustain it throughout our life’s journey? The book is written in a style that’s rare. It speaks to the heart as opposed to logic and for that reason alone its wisdom is worth considering.
What would life be like we all gave a little less fucks? Life would be far more comfortable and enjoyable. But there’s a lot lot more to this book than just giving less fucks.
What can you do to become a more proactive person? One of the key takeaways from this book is that proactive people always focus on the things they can control. While reactive people focus on the things they cannot control.
Worry is a plague that affects all of us during different periods. How can we be free from it so that we live calmer lives? Dale Carnegie wrote the seminal book on the topic of worry in 1948, and its wisdom still rings true as ever.