Which book we may read for change our life positively?

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Re: Which book we may read for change our life positively?

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The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz. The book has honestly change my outlook on things. The Four Agreements are Be Impeccable with Your Word, Don’t Take Anything Personally, Don’t make Assumptions, and Always Do Your Best. The book helped put things into perspective for me. It’s a short read, but a great one. Highly recommend.
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Richard Bach's Jonathan Livingston Seagull did it for me many years ago when I was going through a rough patch and was finding it tough to break barriers (self-imposed ones and ones imposed by others). Recommended if you feel like an outsider in a group every now and then and need some inspiration to stay the course.
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The Unfakeable Code by Tony Jeton Selimi. It is the best motivational book I have read. The author tells us how to be more authentic and free from our own psychological prison. That way we can love ourselves more. This book helped me alot. Everyone should read it once.
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Sweety Jain 07 wrote: 12 May 2024, 08:26 The Unfakeable Code by Tony Jeton Selimi. It is the best motivational book I have read. The author tells us how to be more authentic and free from our own psychological prison. That way we can love ourselves more. This book helped me alot. Everyone should read it once.
@Sweety Jain 07 I just looked this one up on Amazon at your recommendation, and I like the sound of it! The author is a macedonian who was bullied and worked (hard) in the restaurant industry. I feel like his perspectives and advice will be hard-fought. It's expensive on Amazon Kindle but I'll stock up some credits. Thanks for the recommendation!
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My #1 book for changing my life positively is "The Big Leap" by Gay Hendricks. That book changed how I thought about my life, day to day, and my thoughts create my feelings and my feelings drive my actions - so it had a ton of positive downstream effects. Gay Hendricks and his wife Kathlyn are both terrific authors (I don't know either personally so this recommendation is unbiased and wholehearted).
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