Not all self-help books need to be specialized books. In The Alchemist, Paulo Coelho inspired millions of people to follow their dreams and listen to their hearts. It is a story of self-discovery that gently teaches its lessons through a very entertaining story, full of magic and mysticism. Santiago, an Andalusian shepherd, travels to faraway lands in search of treasures. What he finds on the road might surprise you and inspire you to recognize the possibilities that your life offers. We can use the fourth chord, Do Your Best, to encourage us to aspire positively. But this agreement also recognizes that “our best” varies from time to time, depending on our circumstances and our state of mind. The awareness of this fact leads to the realization that everything we do is our best moment, and this awareness can prevent us from having flags of ourselves if we are not up to an inappropriate level of perfection. At the beginning of the 20th century, Napoleon Hill spent more than 20 years studying more than five hundred people to test a specific formula of wealth given to him by Andrew Carnegie.

His studies have led him to believe that this formula is indeed effective in creating a heritage. You need to read this book to find out what this formula is. This self-help book was first published in 1937, but even after more than 80 years, people still adhere to this book that has changed the way they think about money. Could you believe that it all starts with making your bed? If you read and believe William H. McRaven`s Make Your Bed, your bed routine is where you start to change the world. This book is based on the closing speech inspired by a Navy SEAL and has since become a #1 New York Times bestseller. Inside, you`ll find out more about the 10 principles McRaven learned during his training at the Navy Seal. This will help you meet the challenges ahead. The book is based on a series of spiritual beliefs, held by Toltec`s seniors, to help readers transform their lives into a new experience of freedom, happiness and love. [4] According to the author, everything a man does is based on agreements he has made with himself, with others, with God and with life itself. [1] In these agreements, we can tell ourselves who they are, how to behave, what is possible and what is impossible. [1] Some agreements that create individuals may not cause problems, but there are certain arrangements that come from a place of fear and have the power to deplete emotional energy and reduce a person`s self-esteem.

[1] The book states that these self-limiting agreements cause unnecessary suffering. [1] Ruiz also believes that to find personal joy, one must get rid of socially imposed and fear-based agreements that can unconsciously influence the individual`s behaviour and thinking. [5] Another fundamental premise of the book suggests that much of the suffering is created and that most people have the ability to transform themselves and the negative thoughts they have about the situations in their lives. [6] The author identifies the sources of unhappiness in life and proposes four beneficial agreements that can be concluded with oneself to improve their general state of well-being.