Eddie Naylor’s How to Keep Your Mind While Everyone Else’s is Being Blown Apart joins our list of self-help books to read this 2020.
The recent years have been good for self-improvement books. Since 2016 the market for self-help books has been steadily rising. Classic self-help books continue to attract new readers and new bestsellers are now invading the market. The start of the new decade promises to continue the momentum achieved. Here are 5 self-help books we recommend for our readers this 2020.
1) The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business is one of the revolutionary books in recent history. Published in 2012, The Power of Habit takes readers to the amazing scientific discoveries that explain how habits work and its contribution to the transformation of many successful companies and individuals. Charles Duhigg, a New York Times business reporter, shares a whole new understanding of human nature and their ability to transform and achieve remarkable feats in various fields.
2) Awaken the Giant Within by Anthony Robbins
While Duhigg’s The Power of Habit is more on the science of studying patterns, Anthony Robbins’ book aims to teach readers about the power and importance of decision making to an individual. Being able to decide on things and be certain about them is the major key to being successful. Awaken the Giant Within covers five big ideas (decisions, beliefs/values, goals, control, and focus). Since its publication in 1992, the books have helped many individuals reach their maximum potential in areas like sports, business, and even politics. Anthony Robbins is an expert in the psychology of peak performance. His expertise has helped many professional athletes, teams, and business organizations. He is a consultant and author of 4 other books.
3) How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
More than 80 years since it was first published, Dale Carnegie’s classic self-help book has sold over 15 million copies and has helped millions of lives. It is one of the most influential books covering a wide variety of discussions including friendship, business, social relations, economics, and politics. The book started as a transcript of Carnegie’s series of long lectures. Carnegie was a teacher of public speaking. His classes became extremely popular that he decided to teach his own classes at hotels in London, Boston, Paris, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. Dale Carnegie’s books are divided into six major sections:
- Fundamental Techniques in Handling People
- Six Ways to Make People Like You
- Twelve Ways to Win People to Your Way of Thinking
- Be a Leader: How to Change People Without Giving Offense or Arousing Resentment
- Letters That Produced Miraculous Results
- Seven Rules For Making Your Home Life Happier.
- Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert
Our list is not complete without including this book. Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear is a must-read for anyone who wants to be creative. Whether you are an aspiring writer, a painter, a designer, or someone who just wants a creative approach to everyday things, Gilbert imparts her own experiences and offers advice on how to develop the proper attitudes, habits, and approaches. The book encourages readers to uncover the “strange jewels” that are hidden inside us. From the author who gave us the bestseller Eat, Pray, Love and City of Girls, expect nothing from Elizabeth Gilbert.
- How To Keep Your Mind While Everyone Else’s is Being Blown Apart by Eddie Naylor Sr.
With everything that is happening in our society today (global warming, war, health crisis, etc.), we need a book that will make us reflect spiritually and inspire us to be proactive and create solutions for a better society. Eddie Naylor’s How To Keep Your Mind While Everyone Else’s is Being Blown Apart is not any other self-help manual. The book requires readers to tap into their spiritual and inner powers and life energy potential. Eddie Naylor hopes that by doing so, readers may develop a proactive state of mind that allows you to take control of your life. One key feature in Naylor’s book is that it recognizes the fact that while technological advancements are supposedly here to make our life more convenient, they can also create risk, dangers, challenges and everyday stresses that may someday blow our minds apart. How To Keep Your Mind While Everyone Else’s is Being Blown Apart is very relevant for today’s readers.