I'm not a fan of self-help books, but this is by far one of the best and most realistic I've read so far!
A self-help book, part memoir by Elizabeth Day. In trying to achieve greater things, she has also faced failures which she has learned from. An engaging read, showing that to be successful and gain a fulfilling life, you have to at least try. Learn from your failures!
#LizzieReads A book that falls into the self-help cult. Austin Kleon is known for his small, brief self-help books (such as Steal Like An Artist) which follow a similar knack and layout of recommending what you can do to make your life a little easier and tolerable. Fortunately I am in a better mindset now compared to when I read [...]
Is this self-help book by Youtuber-turned-Businesswoman Grace Beverley worth the hype? A clue: no.
it seems i have been trying to find a word to summarise my actions over this past year, especially since embarking on my very own YEAR OF YES and I guess my journey so far. that word, is GRIT. Over the past 18 months, my reading list has expanded from romance to self-help books. The [...]