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Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Personal Development Suggestions: How to Find What You Need to Read


Something that has played a huge part in my life over the past couple of years is investing time into personal development.  YOU are important and need to make sure that you are taking time for YOURSELF.  You can't pour into others if your cup is empty.  You need to feed your mind with positivity, knowledge, confidence.  You don't have to be in a deep depression or completely lost to need to read personal development.  Everyone has moments where the negative thoughts, or doubts and fears, can creep in and you need to flip the switch.  

I promise that taking a few minutes a day can help change your life.  I am a happier person, I am more focused, and I am more understanding of others since making this a habit in my life.  

I encourage you to look through the list of books and find what speaks to you.  What do you need more of in your life?  Are you doubting that you are on the right path?  Do you want to know how to better communicate with a significant other?  Read something that relates to that! That is how you will get the most value out of your time.  

You also have to TAKE ACTION from what you are learning and be sure to not just hoard the information.  That is how you move forward and better yourself!



Confidence:





Time Management & Goals:







Leadership:






Business:





Consistency:




Connecting to People:





Social Media:




Mindset:











Nutrition:







I will continue to update this list over time and add new books!


I also want to mention that books aren't the only option to get in personal development.  I also enjoy listening to audio books on Audible, Podcasts, and Youtube videos.  For myself, it depends on what I need in that moment.  Audio books and podcasts are great while driving or traveling.  I also want to encourage you to keep a personal development notebook and/or highlight in the book you're reading.  It helps you to remember quotes that spoke to you and actions you want to implement. 

Do you have any suggestions to add to the list?  Leave them in the comments below!

xoxo Shannon





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