Books won’t solve all your problems, but you can bet that they will help push you in the right direction. Below we have listed 23 of the best books to help solve some of your worldly problems and set you in a direction towards living better. The book takes the form of an interview with the Dalai Lama by author and psychiatrist Howard Cutler, who interjects explanations to compare and equate Eastern and Western philosophies.
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People is one of the best known self-help books because nearly every major corporation in the world has employed it as a textbook for employee training. Schwartz reminds us through this book to “see what can be, not just what is.” A visionary himself, he explains that visualization adds value to everything, and thinking big means training ourselves to see not only the present reality, but the potential of what is to come. Og Mandino recovered from alcoholism and thoughts of suicide after reading self-help books.
Jon Kabat-Zinn is the founder and Director of the Stress Reduction Clinic at the Massachusetts Medical Center where he teaches people to reduce their stress and chronic pain through what he calls “mindfulness meditation.” In this book he explains mindfulness meditation consists simply of living in the present. Eckhart Tolle has written a book to help readers escape the committee of voices in their heads and be free of their chattering minds. In this classic self-help book, Peck explains how to have a more complete life, focusing on love and relationships.
American author and relationship counselor John Gray wrote this book, ranked the “highest ranked work of non-fiction” of the 1990s.
With the practical techniques outlined in this book, you can energize your life and give yourself the initiative needed to carry out your ambitions and hopes.
British philosopher and author James Allen published this book as an inspirational treatise.
This book is has been the salesman’s bible for nearly seven decades because, a salesman himself, Carnegie shows how he was successful by winning the affection and inspiring confidence in others.


Rejuvenated, he published this book in 1968, centered around a fictional character named Hafid, who encounters various Biblical figures along his life pathway and learns from each of them.
The book is dedicated to the memory of his son, Aaron, who died at the age of 14 of an incurable genetic disease. This book made publishing history as the bestselling book on the USA Today list for 2 consecutive years.
In a light and humorous way the book presents a single idea related to mindfulness in each short chapter. Burroughs, the bestselling author of Running With Scissors, #1 on the New York Times list in 2002, gives us some incisive advice about how to survive what you think you can’t in this book. The Four Agreements, first published in 1997, has sold nearly 5 million copies and it continues to be a valid self-help textbook. This perennial bestseller is more popular than ever, and countless people have experienced dramatic changes in their lives once they began to apply the simple, effective techniques described in the book. He has been a leader in the contemporary self-help field since the 1990 and advocates concentration of power, or the harnessing all your energy and ability to accomplish your goals.
Among the first self-help authors, this book is as relevant today as it was seven decades ago. It is a classic motivational book that explains three failure “diseases” that affect many people – excuses, too much attention to detail, and procrastination.
This book proposes a healthier alternative – to find the life beyond our immediate situation, to surrender to the present, and quit living in the past or worrying about the future. The metaphor upon which the book is based has become a part of popular culture and the foundation for the author’s subsequent books, recordings, seminars, theme vacations, a one-man Broadway show and TV sitcom. This book introduces some powerful ideas that are easy to practice, and can be life changing.


The book is at times horrific and depressing, but despite the atrocities and human degradation he describes, Frankl lightens the tone in places with some dark humor and undeniable hope.
This book teaches readers the ability to think big so that they make better decisions and avoid the negative thinking that derails success.
The Buddhist origins of mindfulness meditation are evident at times, as Kabat-Zinn draws from both East and West to help those who are suffering from the stress of modern life and may be suffering from chronic illnesses.
The book draws from a many spiritual traditions and has been described by some as a New Age version of Zen. Ultimately, this book is about finding our own sense of integrity, self-love, and peace by absolving ourselves from responsibility for the woes of others. The book states that most of common relationship problems between men and women are a result of fundamental psychological differences between the genders.
Exquisitely written, every chapter outlines sensible, helpful life skills that would benefit anyone in any decade.
The concept behind the book is that rich people know how to make money work for them while poor people work for money.
The book has sold more than 3 million copies worldwide, and continues to be a favorite source of self-help advice.
According to the book, only the present moment is important, and the past and future are but ephemeral thoughts.
He proposes a regimen of relaxation and meditation that helps the reader become anchored to the present.



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