From tips to be a successful teenager to suggestions on how to rid your life of the negative influences, self-help books are effective tools for anyone looking for inspiration and possibly a little guidance.
We’ve compiled a list of books that are already catching the eye of readers in 2019. From the pages of these select books, audiences might be able to improve their odds of success, learn a few new coping techniques and find ways to manage negative thoughts.
Declutter Your Mind
This book from S.J. Scott and Barrie Davenport sets out to help people who may be overwhelmed with negative thoughts. The authors set out to get rid of the mental clutter that can sometime preoccupies our thoughts.
The book promises that “with these habits, you’ll have the clarity to prioritize what’s most important in your life, what no longer serves your goals, and how you want to live on a daily basis.”
If you get bogged down with the negative, then you may want to check out Declutter Your Mind: How to Stop Worrying, Relieve Anxiety, and Eliminate Negative Thinking.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
Updated with tips for teens living in an era of digital media and instant gratification, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens has sold more than five million copies worldwide.
The self-proclaimed “handbook to self-esteem and success” offers what is described as a step-by-step guide to help teenagers envision and reach their goals. Author Sean Covey explains his seven habits in an entertaining fashion, making it an easy read for anyone.
Covey covers a range of topics that help teens deal with cyberbullying and social media, as well as more traditional problems, such as improving relationships with parents.
Finding Your Own North Star
Looking to reach your personal potential? Looking for ways to enjoy life a little more? There may be just the right tips for you in Finding Your Own North Star.
From the New York Times bestselling author, Martha Beck, here’s another step-by-step guide to help people reconnect with their personal desires and goals they may have forgotten about.
Beck’s book is based upon a wealth of research, education and experience working with clients.
“Explorers depend on the North Star when there are no other landmarks in sight,” Beck says. “The same relationship exists between you and your right life, the ultimate realization of your potential for happiness. I believe that a knowledge of that perfect life sits inside you just as the North Star sits in its unaltering spot.”
Switch: How to Change When Change is Hard
Chip and Dan Heath tackle an issue that has caused so many people to struggle. Most people want to see change, whether that’s in their own lives, in their families, their communities or their workplaces.
Far too often, though, people lack the ability to make the changes they want and need. These authors break down why people fail, largely because of a struggle between everyone’s rational and emotional mind.
This New York Times bestseller shares the stories of how people have successfully overcome the barriers to change. The stories make for a strong narrative as the authors explore research from a host of academic fields, including psychology and sociology.