The Best Inspirational Books About Self Worth

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This article showcases our top picks for Inspirational Books About Self Worth. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

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The Power of Now is a book about the importance of living in the present moment. In it, Eckhart Tolle argues that our lives are plagued by unnecessary stress and anxiety because we focus too much on past events or future possibilities. Instead, we should learn to accept ourselves as we are and live in the present moment. According to Tolle, this is the only way to truly be happy and peaceful. While it may sound like a simple concept, The Power of Now is full of profound insights that can help us to transform our lives.

The Self Esteem Workbook by Dr Glenn Livingston

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Written by conflict resolution specialist DR Glenn Livingston, the workbook is divided into sections, each of which covers a different topic related to self-esteem. For each section, there are exercises and activities that can help you to better understand and improve your self-esteem. The workbook also includes a variety of resources that you can use to further explore the topics covered in the book.

Feel The Fear and Do it Anyway by Susan Jeffers

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Dr. Susan Jeffers’ famous book, Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway, is a must-read. In this book, Susan Jeffers provides sound counsel for overcoming the stiffness and inactivity caused by fear and lack of confidence. Susan Jeffers pulls on years of study and research experience to turn fear, hesitation, and anger into power, action, and amazing confidence. This book also includes useful ideas and practical tasks for you to undertake on your own. This book is eye-opening and a good place to start gaining confidence.

Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins

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In this book, Tony Robbins shares his own journey from poverty and insecurity to success and fulfillment and provides readers with the tools they need to achieve their own personal greatness. He talks about how our beliefs and emotions shape our reality, and how we can change them to create the life we want. He also stresses the importance of taking action toward our goals and provides practical tips on how to do this. This book is perfect for anyone who wants to make positive changes in their life but doesn’t know where to start. It will show you that anything is possible if you’re willing to put in the work and give you the motivation to take those first steps toward your dreams.

The Power of Positive Thinking By Norman Vincent Peale

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Positive thoughts and deeds serve as the foundation for positive interventions. Dr. Norman V. Peale’s book is all about bringing out the best in ourselves and understanding what happens when we intentionally choose to replace negative thoughts with positive ones. Modern and personable, The Power of Positive Thinking takes a pragmatic approach. The importance of having our own space and how we may use it to better ourselves have been expertly discussed by the author. This book has all the information you need to get back on your feet, from creating goals to carrying out life plans.

What’s Right with Me by Carlene DeRoo

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What’s Right with Me is a book that has the ability to change your life for the better. It is written by Carlene DeRoo, and it is a book about self-discovery and growth. If you are looking for a book that will inspire you and help you to find your own personal strength, then What’s Right with Me is a perfect choice.

The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz

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The Magic of Thinking Big is a book that has helped countless people achieve their goals and reach their full potential. In this book, David J. Schwartz provides readers with the tools they need to think big and achieve success. The Magic of Thinking Big is an essential read for anyone looking to improve their lives and reach their goals.

Overcoming Low Self-esteem by Melanie Fennell

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This book is packed with practical advice and tips on how to improve your self-esteem, and it’s written in a clear and concise style that makes it easy to follow. Whether you’re struggling with low self-esteem yourself, or you know someone who is, this book is definitely worth reading.

Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson M.D.

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Who Moved My Cheese? is a classic book that has inspired millions of people around the world. Written by Spencer Johnson M.D., this book is a must-read for anyone who wants to achieve their goals and live a life of fulfillment.

Untamed by Glennon Doyle

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This book is incredibly empowering for women as Glennon shares her own story with navigating self-concept and identity, revelations she makes about herself, and how she digs deep to truly figure out who she is, and how she can live a life in line with her values as a person — even when this disrupts the peace in her own life.

Can’t Hurt Me by David Goggins

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This powerful book chronicles Goggins’ journey from a childhood of poverty and abuse to become one of the world’s most elite athletes. Despite all the obstacles he faced, Goggins never gave up on his dreams and ultimately achieved more than anyone thought possible. His story is an incredible reminder that no matter what life throws your way, you can always overcome it.

The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy

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The Power of Your Subconscious Mind is a self-help book by Joseph Murphy. The book suggests that your subconscious mind is more powerful than your conscious mind and that you can use it to achieve success in any area of your life. The book provides practical exercises and case studies to help you tap into the power of your subconscious mind.

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson

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For so many years, we heard that positive thinking was the key to a healthy and happy life. Self help books all spread the same message: smile more, love more, persevere and you’ll eventually find true happiness. Mark Mason brings a refreshing perspective to self help books with his easy, witty, sometimes offensive essay full of examples from his own life. The book is filled with simple truths on how to live better. The message is easy to remember: You can’t fix everything in your life and you need to accept it. Stop trying to be happier all the time. Instead, decide what’s important in your life and what’s not. It’s definitely not a book for everyone’s taste, but don’t take it too seriously and enjoy the snarky humor of Mark Mason.

The Power of Self-Compassion by Kristin Neff

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This book provides readers with practical tools for cultivating self-compassion in their lives. Through her own personal stories and the stories of others, Neff shows how self-compassion can help us to cope with life’s challenges, heal from our wounds, and find our way back to our own true selves.

The 5-Minute Gratitude Journal for People with Chronic Illness by Victoria Mack

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Gratitude is strongly and consistently associated with greater happiness, but people with chronic illness often struggle to feel grateful. This journal, designed specifically for people dealing with chronic illness and chronic pain, makes it easy to develop a daily gratitude practice with prompts that take just a few minutes a day to complete. I created this journal because I found that after using a generic gratitude journal, I was more aware of the good things in my life, but my relationship with myself wasn’t changing. I needed something that would bring mindful, gentle, compassionate attention to my body.

The ABC’s of Self Love by Melody Godfred

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The ABC’s of self love is an inspiring, thought-provoking read that will leave you feeling refreshed and intuitively charged. Melody uses each letter of the alphabet to offer you snippets of poetry, real-life anecdotes, journaling prompts and much more, all geared toward helping its readers build their confidence, set boundaries, and practice forgiveness.. The ABC’s of Self Love is an easy, self-paced read that inspires at every turn.

Worth the Risk by Kristen Lee

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Worth the Risk by Kristen Lee is one of my favorite books on self-worth. This book combines science, a quick wit, wisdom and creativity to explore the concept of ‘microdosing bravery’. If you’ve become confined to your comfort zone, worth the risk will give you the power and resilience you need to break barriers, understand the meaning of courage and step out into the world with a new sense of perspective.

Forgiving What You Can’t Forget by Lysa TerKeust

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Last, but not least, allow me to introduce you to Forgiving What You Can’t Forget. I firmly believe that there’s no such thing as the perfect human. We have all battled with pain and trauma to some degree, but for some of us, the cycle becomes inescapable. If your present is ruled by your past, Forgiving What You Can’t Forget will teach you how to break the chains and embrace healing. To practice self-worth and become the best version of yourself, you need to let go. Lysa TerKeust guides you through the process with love, empathy, and a refreshing perspective based partly on theological studies and biblical teachings.

Getting To Forgiveness by Susie Levan

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Susie Levan is a renaissance woman, serial entrepreneur, spiritual warrior and the real deal with many passions and talents. Susie is not only an author but is a certified non-denominational pastoral counselor, hypnotherapist, teacher of meditation, life coach, and Reiki master/teacher. In 2019, she released her book, “Getting to Forgiveness — What a Near-Death Experience Can Teach Us About Loss, Resilience and Love” which was #1 on the near-death experiences category for Amazon when released. With a powerful foreword by multi-Grammy award-winning artist Gloria Estefan, this fast-paced, riveting true story of how Levan emerged a stronger soul after her kidnapping and near-death experience is a must-read for women of any age. Levan blends practical advice and engaging thought-provoking lessons learned—relatable and actionable.

Ask for More by Alexandra Carter

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This book teaches you how to navigate negotiations in life. It made me realize that we’re nearly constantly negotiating in life, every week, as we enter into conversations with people in our lives. It’s a fantastic book to help you realize what matters to you – whether concerns surrounding a new or existing job or personal relationship, whether siblings, friends, or partners – and how to interact with people in a positive, effective way that gets results that you seek.

Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom

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The main character Mitch questions his self-worth and identity until he meets his old friend and teacher who teaches him once again, but now how to find meaning in life. I have read this book several times and it is one of my favorites.

Reasons To Stay Alive by Matt Haig

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It’s the emotive, heartbreaking, life-affirming, and humorous tale of the author’s journey from the darkest period of his life to a place where he eventually found contentment. Haig’s fluid, clever and witty use of prose and language details a struggle that all too many of us can relate to, and his path to contentment is both uplifting and invigorating and helps the reader to understand their own self-worth and value in a world that often seems cold, capricious and cruel.

A Woman’s Self-Love by Victoria Burshtein

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This book will inspire, nurture, and empower the spirit of self-love and confidence inherent in every modern woman through compassionate, relatable, and purposeful storytelling.

The Courage To Be Disliked by Ichiro Kishimi

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While this may sound like it goes against establishing self-worth and building yourself up, learning how to accept yourself (for your faults and accomplishments) is an important lesson for anyone who struggles with self-esteem issues. This is because many people who don’t recognize their own self-worth are often very critical of themselves, and believe that they have to uphold themselves to a ‘standard’ – but this pressure isn’t realistic in the real world! Freeing yourself up from other people’s ideas of you, and accepting that not everyone is going to want to be in your life, is a huge step in learning how to love yourself.

The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F**k by Mark Manson

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The Reason As a society we’re taught that if we’re given lemons we should make lemonade, but Manson argues that rather than do that, the best way to live a rewarding life is by squeezing the juice out of the lemons and drinking it as it is with nary a care or worries. Life isn’t always kind, and PMA doesn’t mean a whole lot when you’re faced with the hard face of reality, and ‘The Subtle Art…’ is about embracing the world in all of its often hideous glory and being the best version of yourself that you can be. In other words, it shows you how to not give a single, solitary f**k about the things that really don’t matter.

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