15 Best Self-Help Books for 2022

(Travel, Self Development & Spirituality) It doesn’t matter what your reason is — whether you are going through something difficult, need to improve your life, or simply have the time, it’s always a good idea …

(Travel, Self Development & Spirituality)

It doesn’t matter what your reason is — whether you are going through something difficult, need to improve your life, or simply have the time, it’s always a good idea to read (or to listen) to! a personal development book.

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These books will not only lift your spirits when you feel down but they can also be a great way for you to explore the world and get inspired to do new things.

However, I have found that not all personal development books are equal. There have been some really bad books in my time, and I can attest to the fact that not all personal development books are created equal.

To help you make the right choice when choosing your next book, I have compiled a list with excellent self-help and travel books to aid you on your personal growth journey.

Michael Singer: The Untethered Mind: The Journey Beyond Yourself

This would be my all-time favourite book. The Untethered soul reveals the inner critic that we all have and shows us how to be friends with it. It also gives insight into how to let it take control of our lives.

Michael Singer has a wonderful way of showing you how it is possible to let go of the limiting thoughts, emotions, or energy patterns that have been affecting your consciousness. This book will change your relationship with yourself, the world and each other.

Cheryl Strayed, Wild: From Lost to Found On The Pacific Crest Trail

Wild, regardless of whether or not you have seen the film, is a must-read for any adventurous soul.

The author embarks on an impulsive hike of over a thousand miles along the Pacific Crest Trail. This is her true story. Cheryl must face her demons, and the story captures her joys and terrors as she pushes on against all odds to complete a journey that eventually healed her.

Brene Brown: The Gifts of Imperfection: Let go of who you think you should be and embrace who you are by Brene

Since listening to Brene Brown’s book, The Power of Vulnerability (in which she describes her feelings about vulnerability), I have had a lot of respect for her. Brene Brown has the power to capture you and gently encourages you to become a better person.

The Gifts of Imperfection should be read by everyone from a young age. Imagine how different our lives could be if we saw our flaws as strengths and not weaknesses.

This book is more than a self-help guide. It’s an inspirational guide to wholehearted living. We all need to feel self-worth and accept ourselves.

Brandilyn Tebo: The Achievement Trap: A Guide for Perfectionists, People-Pleasers, and Overachievers to Freedom and True Success

Brandilyn Tebo, my dear friend, has made a huge difference in the lives of so many people through this book that I didn’t even know I needed until I met her! Anyone who believes that they must achieve success in order to prove their worth is guilty of The Achievement Trap.

Breaking: the Habit of Being Yourself by Joe Dispenza

Dr. Joe Dispenza is one of my favourite teachers. He has helped me to overcome the subconscious patterns that have been controlling my life for many years. Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself combines the fields of quantum Physics, neuroscience, brain Chemistry, biology, and genetics. It shows that your genes don’t make you a failure and that you are not bound to stay the same way.

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Michael Brown’s The Presence Process: A Journey into Present Moment Awareness

The Presence Process encourages us to strive for ‘conscious emotion response’ as a way to live our lives. All of us have deep suppressed emotions that we learned through our first seven years of life. These are our subconscious. This is why many people react to situations in their lives with repetitive, unconscious behavior.

Anyone can transform their life experience by reading this book and following the steps. He defines Presence as the state of authentic beingness that is present in one’s awareness.

Torre DeRoche: Love with a Chance to Drown

Let’s start with a highly acclaimed travel memoir. Love With a Chance of Drowning, by Torre DeRoche tells the story of a San Franciscan woman who meets a passionate Argentinian gentleman in a bar one fateful evening. They fall in love quickly, but there is a catch: he is about to sail around the globe via sailboat and Torre fears deep water.

Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert

Elizabeth Gilbert is most well-known for her mega-hit, Eat, Pray, Love. While that is a great book for self-development, I recommend Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear.

You are a badass at making money: Learn the Mindset to Wealth from Jen Sincero

Jen Sincero is best known for her work in real-life success coaching and her book You Are a Badass At Making Money: Mastering the Mindset to Wealth.

Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse: What Makes You Not A Buddhist

Buddhism is one of the most important but misunderstood religions in the world. In What Makes You Not A Buddhist, Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse dives into the four core essences of Buddhism. He explains that all compounded objects are impermanent, that all emotions are pain and that all things have no inherent existence. Nirvana is beyond concepts.

The Year of Living Danishly: Twelve Months of Uncovering the Secrets of Happiest Countries by Helen Russell

Why is Denmark consistently ranked among the most happy countries in the world? Helen Russell, a journalist, set out to discover why Denmark is consistently ranked among the most happy countries in the world when she unexpectedly found herself living in rural Jutland. Her book, The Year of Living Danishly, explores this topic.

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Jack Kerouac’s: The Dharma Bums

Jack Kerouac is most likely the beatnik author and Americana classic On The Road. But if you haven’t explored his entire repertoire, I will show you another gem: The Dharma Bums.

Mark Manson’s Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck: A Counterintuitive Way to Live a Good Lifestyle

If you like harsh truths and swearing, The Subtle Art of Giving A F*ck is the right place for you.

Although it seems that you will either love this book or hate it, the core of the book is about caring about what makes us happy and not worrying about what we don’t like.

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Astrophysics for People in Hurry

Are you ready to read a mind-expanding, out-of-this world book? Astrophysics for People In a Hurry by Neil deGrasse Tyson is the book you need!

This book is for those who have struggled to understand the science behind the universe’s origins, expansion after the big bang and all the tiny atomic shifts and events that occurred to create the world we see today. Let’s face facts, not many people can grasp this stuff.

Neil explains Astrophysics in an easy-to-understand manner. He also makes jokes and connects big concepts to everyday situations.

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Miguel Ruiz presents The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide for Personal Freedom

Miguel Ruiz’s The Four Agreements, A Practical Guide To Personal Freedom is a book that focuses on the classic Toltec wisdom. It outlines four ways of thinking that can transform your life and help you get out of your mental trappings.