One of the bright spots in an otherwise bleak 2020 is that I feel like that’s when I finally tapped back into my fondness for books about personal growth.
I’d been stagnant for a long time, but being stuck in the house actually made me want to focus on myself.
And not for a job, either. I wanted to grow for me.
Since those wild months, I discovered some amazing books that supported me through that period of reflection.
These books helped me to change my mindset, take risks, and love myself more. I hope they do the same for you!
Check out these books about personal growth
This was a life-changing book for me. I was struggling with relationships and it helped me to simply, feel better.
I never knew we could make our own luck. Until I read this book.
As an introvert, this book gave me the words to describe what I needed in order to be comfortable in the world.
Anxiety stopped me from taking advantage of so many opportunities. This book helped me understand why.
Learn about how following your body cycle can help you do less. It works for me.
This book made me think about my small business and making money in a completely different way.
How do emotions affect our relationship with money? In so many ways, and this book delves into it.
I was inspired to be more empathetic and purpose focused after reading this thought-provoking book.
If you need to break free from limiting beliefs, this is the book to read.
I read "The Big Leap" and asked for a promotion at work. I got it. Need I say more?
As a trauma survivor, I felt so seen with this book that I started crying during the first few pages. A must-read if you have healing to do.
Setting boundaries is an important part of personal growth, and this book shows how to do it.
I really loved learning the REASON behind overthinking, in addition to tips on how to stop doing it.
Reading about Shonda's Year of Yes motivated me to say yes more. Most times I haven't regretted it!
A book that ignited my passion. So inspiring, and great as an audiobook as well.
After reading this book, I immediately started (and sustained!) a few new habits that have greatly improved my life.