9 Books That Help You To Unlock Your True Potential

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Are you looking for fulfillment? 

Are you trying to accomplish your dreams but feel like something holds you back? 

You need to reprogram your mindset to unlock your true potential. 

If you be brave enough to do it, you will achieve your most ambitious goals and succeed in life.

Do you wonder what self-improvement books can tap into your full potential? Here are nine must-reads for you.

The Compound Effect: Jumpstart Your Income, Your Life, Your Success by Darren Hardy 

This book tells us that our life is a result of our small, everyday decisions. Every single time we make the right decision, we make a step toward our big dream. And vice versa, every time we make a wrong decision, we take two steps back.

The compound effect of little decisions is tremendous. And you will understand it if you read this book.

You will rethink your life, start paying attention to the small decisions you make daily, and finally, unleash your hidden potential.

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

How to Win Friends and Influence People is a very popular book and for a reason. It holds the key to unlocking the leader within each of us. 

The book helps us to understand why it’s necessary to stop criticizing and start complimenting people around us. It also teaches us to smile more often and praise the achievements of others.

Amanda Gilbert, an editor at TopEssayWriting says: “In this book, Dale Carnegie explains in simple words how we should do to build meaningful connections and succeed in life. It’s a must-read for everyone regardless of industry and professional background.”

The Miracle Morning: The Not-So-Obvious Secret Guaranteed to Transform Your Life (Before 8AM) by Hal Elrod

Do you believe that you haven’t achieved your dream yet because you lack the time? Are you looking for tips that will help you to manage your time more wisely?

The Miracle Morning is a book that will help you to create “an extra hour” in a day so you can change your life for better.

The key idea that the author is trying to deliver is that you need to get up early, set the priorities, and take good care of yourself.

You Were Born Rich by Bob Proctor

You Were Born Rich is a book that explains why a positive mindset and goal setting are essential. 

Bob Proctor, the author of the book, masterfully clarifies the ideas that our thoughts have an enormous effect on the results we get. Bob provides handy tips and convinces people that they, only they, are really in charge of their own destinies.

Once you finish reading this book, you will understand that with a good level of determination, you can achieve whatever you want in your life.  You will get an idea of how laws of the Universe work and find your way to success.  

The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results by Gary Keller 

Gary Keeler presents to readers a simple truth: if you want to achieve success, you should focus only on one specific thing. 

What do you do the best? What is your greatest interest?

Dedicate all your time and efforts to one chosen project, and you will not be mistaken. You will unlock your true potential and reach the highest results possible in both: professional and personal life.

Thanks!: How the New Science of Gratitude Can Make You Happier by Robert A. Emmons

Do you consider yourself a grateful person? Do you keep a gratitude journal? Whatever your answers are, you should read a book called Thanks!

This book explains why it’s so important to say ‘thank you’ and to be grateful for everything you have in your life. 

The book includes the results of multiple studies that show how gratitude practice benefits us psychologically, physically, and interpersonally. After reading this book, you will look at your life from another perspective and unlock your full potential.

Emotional Agility: Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and Thrive In Work And Life by Susan David

Emotional Agility is not just a book. It’s a four-step approach that helps readers navigate life. 

Basically, “emotional agility” is all about the power of self-acceptance, clear-sightedness, and an open mind.

No matter how intelligent, resilient, and creative you are, you shouldn’t ignore how situations or interactions make you feel. You should acknowledge both your positive and negative emotions and ensure that nothing keeps you from reaching your full potential. 

The 5 Second Rule: Transform your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage by Mel Robbins

Do you know why most people can’t unlock their true potential? They tend to spend more time overthinking the problem rather than taking action to solve the problem.

Mel Robbins offers readers to use “5-second rule” to act fast and achieve big and small goals. 

Chloe Brown, a writer and editor at ClassyEssay, explains how this rule works: “Once you come up with a specific idea, you should count 5-4-3-2-1, get up from your bed, and bring your idea to life immediately. You shouldn’t let your brain talk you out of taking action.” 

Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear

To thrive in life, you need to get rid of bad habits and establish new good ones. 

This book will help you to hit the goal – to build new habits fast and easily. The author will teach you how to master the tiny behaviors to get remarkable results in the short and long run.

Read more books and learn new rules of success

Every book can teach you something new. So keep reading books daily and discover new self-improvement techniques and strategies.

And don’t forget to check out books from this list – they will change your life for better.

BIO: Nicole Garrison is a writer and editor with a background in publishing. She works as a blog writer for WriteScout and Subjecto rounding out her professional writing career. When she is not working and writing, she spends her time reading personal development books or playing basketball.

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