This page is about the best self help books reviews for your self improvement needs. I also invite you to share a quick review of your favorite personal development book.
The motivational books here are reviewed according to author name, which makes it easier for your quick perusal.
Some self improvement authors have the ability to write on the subject of their expertise over and over and still be able to deliver something different every time.
However, many authors seem to be rewording or repacking their previous books and happily sending them to their loyal readers.
The best personal development books are the ones where the author seemed to have poured their soul into their content, not merely repeating what they said because their readers are asking for more.
Tony Robbins is a good example. Not too many books on the market yet what he has put out is concise and not repetitive.
You might also find that personal development authors who have written lots of books will do it in such a way that their later work is a bit harder to "get" if you haven't read their earlier work.
If you are just starting out in your personal development journey, the number of motivational books out there can be overwhelming. This will help you decide the best self help books available for what your present wants and needs are.
Also, different types of books and authors resonate in a unique way for each person. Because I'm sort of a personal development junkie, I've read hundreds of books in this field.
Sometimes it just takes the style of the author for to really get something that you may have heard over and over from other people.
As my teacher Wayne Dyer likes to say, take and use what resonates with you, and let go of the rest.
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