5 self-help books you should read.

I used to be DNF books queen and fell asleep each time I read a book regardless of the genre but once I vowed to read 20 pages a day of self-help books, everything changed. I enjoyed sharing what I read with the people around me. It almost felt like I'm a different person from yesterday and I loved that feeling.


I am adamant about reading books that resonate with me. People have been raving about other books and tried to convince me to read them but I couldn't simply because I cant relate right now. Here are 5 self-help books you should read before 2021.


RISING STRONG
I am an early bird. I remember the day I started reading this book is the day I made a vow. It was around 6:00am. I made coffee and had my journal and 3 pens with different colours to take notes. Brene Brown challenges us to be Vulnerable by emphasising on the fact that rising strong means you will fall and it hurts but what is important is daring which means being brave enough to feel your way backup. Did you know that one of the most challenging things when reality knocks is rumbling with forgiveness? Whether it's forgiving yourself or convincing yourself to forgive someone else. 

WHO MOVED MY CHEESE
My granny told me to order it she will pay when she heard me raving about it. The books were delivered in two weeks. I only read books in the morning, its the only time my mind digest information to my highest capacity. I couldn't wait. This book made me perceive life in different angles based on what is happening at the moment. Dr Spencer Johnsons used the cheese as what we want in life and the maze as where we spend time looking for what we want. I quote his thread " what would you do if you weren't afraid? 

5AM CLUB
If you on social media you would remember how popular this book was this year. I ordered it the same time with who moved my cheese and the Outlier. I was looking forward to read it because it felt like it speaks to me. My housemates were mesmerised when they realised the reason behind my 4:30am shower or 6:00 am shower during level 5 lockdown was transpired by the 5am club book. Robin Sharma gives the importance of a morning routine through his two clients. He helped them maximise their psychological, emotional, physiological and spiritual health. If you struggling to maximise your productivity through a routine. This one is a must. 

THE ART OF HUSTLING
This is the first book I bought myself earlier last year. It's a brief and easy to read book. This is legit self-help book for entrepreneurs and self employed people written by Dj Sbu. He takes us through his journey. How he made it to this point and things to lookout for in the business industry. I quote him "once you've made your decision, keep going. To this day I never stop what I am doing because I made a decision. You thinking of giving up? not so fast. Read this book

YEAR OF YES
If you know me, you will know I love casual/semi-casual situations. Shonda's writing style is amazing! it feels like you having a conversation with her. This is the book I am currently  reading, also I didn't know the creator of the popular how to get away with murder until I started reading this book. Shonda talks about why she started saying YES and how saying YES changed her life. So far I would like to believe she wants to challenge us to see how it can change our lives too.

Those are the books that keeps me going and challenges me everyday of my life. I would love to know the self-help books you read and what you learnt from them also to recommend the ones you think I should try them.

Love Musa






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