The 6 Books You Need To Read For Mind, Body and Business

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The 6 Books You Need To Read For Mind, Body and Business

Hankering for a new self-help book? You’re in the right place. Here at Financielle, we’ve chosen some of our favourites that cover mind, body and business. From morning routines to challenging existing beliefs, these books are great for whatever point you are at on your self-help journey.

1. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

As far as self-help books go, this is a great starting point. The compelling read acts as both a self-help book as well as a leadership and management manual. Covey sets out to help you redefine your own paradigms in order for you to become more effective in day-to-day life through discussion of his seven proposed habits. This is a must read for anyone looking to become more self-aware and effective in redefining your goals in a way that makes them achievable by simply changing certain habits.  (Link)

2. Start With Why by Simon Sinek

“In business it doesn’t matter what you do, it matters why you do it”. This global self-help best seller is amazing for those wanting to be both inspired and inspiring. Sinek teaches a valuable lesson that all marketers, business owners and leaders need to know. Questioning your purpose, cause or belief can lead to you discovering the deeper meaning of why you do certain things. Knowing this is essential in order to have lasting success, growth, loyalty and inspiration in whatever you set your mind to. (Link)

3. You are a Badass by Jen Sincero

“What you choose to focus on becomes your reality”. This handbook helps you to figure out where you’re going wrong with your daily decisions. By fuelling your confidence to live the life you truly want, Sincero helps you identify and change your self-sabotaging and limiting beliefs. It’s all about breaking down your fears and allowing yourself to take exciting risks to create a life full of happiness and success. (Link)

4. The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod

We all know by now that in order to be successful, we have to dedicate time each day to personal development. This six-step morning routine by Elrod allows you to make that time for yourself. The book is based on the six ‘life savers’; silence, affirmations, visualisation, exercise, reading and scribing. Implementing these habits daily have been said to have life changing effects and take your life to the next level. (Link)

5. It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want To Be by Paul Arden

This is the perfect hand book to make the seemingly impossible become possible. By eradicating limits that  you put on yourself, you are truly capable of anything. You are always able to learn and grow and ambition mixed with persistence is the key to success. Arden teaches us that in order to reach your desired level of success, you must embrace failure, be willing to do whatever it takes and be accountable for everything you do. (Link)

6. Failing Forward by John C. Maxwell

When you fail, do you give up? Or do you see it as a step towards success? This book’s focus is to help you understand that the difference between average people and achieving people is the way in which they respond to failure. It also clears up that just because you may have failed at something, you yourself are not a failure. This outlook changing book is a must read for absolutely everyone. (Link)

Let us know some of your favourite self-help books on Instagram, tag us @Financielle. Happy reading!


By Lucy Whisker

By Lucy Whisker on May 23, 2021 / Lifestyle /
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