1.3 C
New York
Tuesday, November 23, 2021

How do The Books on Self-Confidence Help you Practically?

There is a fine line between self-confidence and self-esteem. However, self-confidence is elusive. Being confident helps you go a long way. The ones that lack it bank upon the books on self-confidence. Here are a few confidence books that you can rely on. 

You will perhaps never come across the best book on confidence because every book has something unique to offer. 

Self-Confidence Books that Can be Life-Changing

Go through the names of these books on self-confidence that can help you in your career, personal, and professional life. 

1. You Are a Badass

Author- Jen Sincero

The book highlights the concepts of spirituality, self-perception, meditation, and the purpose of the same, and a healthy approach towards money. There are “how-tos” in languages that are accessible. 

The reader reviews are good, and it has helped many readers change the way they perceive life. Few have also said that her style of writing does not make it feel that it is a self-help book, but it sounds like you are talking to the person in the book. It connects well with the audience. You can get it online or from any offline store where it is available. 


2. The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You’re Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are

Author- Brene Brown

This is another much-read and motivating self-esteem book in which you learn how to live “wholeheartedly”, an aspect that Brown syncs with living life from a “place of worthiness”. In the different sections of the book like “Cultivating Authenticity: Letting Go of What People Think“, ” Cultivating Creativity: “Letting Go of Comparison“, the author wants to enlighten readers by letting them realize that you are to move away from self-doubt and it is not necessary to feel always in control. 

Readers have vouched for this book saying that it would have been a wrong decision had the reader not read the book because it profoundly changed his life for the better. Also, the book says that if you want to make a major change in your life, it cannot be achieved on a single day but you need to practice it every single day of your life to effect that change. Grab your copy either virtually or from a good book store. 

3. The Confidence Code: The Science and Art of Self-Assurance- What Women Should Know

Author- Katty Kay and Claire Shipman

Katty Lay who is a broadcast journalist (BBC and NBC News) along with Claire Shipman (ABC’s Good Morning America) learn from their life experiences and draw up practical advice and the other women in various fields like media, politics, and business. 

They have combined the ideas and experiences, related them to behavior, genetics, and cognition, and then have arrived at advising on self-esteem. 

Readers say that this book has a scientific approach, which is pleasantly interesting and surprising. One reader could get hold of the book before negotiating a salary and the book helped to build the much-needed confidence. 

4. The Happiness Project: Or, Why I Spent a Year Trying to Sing in the Morning, Clean My Closets, Fight Right, Read Aristotle, and Generally Have More Fun.

Author: Gretchen Rubin

This book was at the top of The New York Times’ Best Sellers list. The book has been made available in more than 30 languages. The author’s analytical power and writing style has put her on the top for her extensive research on human nature, habits, and happiness. 

In this book, she does not coax readers to do something, but she shares her own experience and how she translated the same for the betterment of her life. 

The book highlights a twelve-month plan with a target to be fulfilled every month. For instance, in January, it was all about enhancing energy and vitality. For another month, the goal is different, and so on. 

Readers say that the book will allow for working out a plan according to the convenience of the reader since the approach is realistic and practical.

Latest news

Josie Patra
Josie Patra is a veteran writer with 21 years of experience. She comes with multiple degrees in literature, computer applications, multimedia design, and management. She delves into a plethora of niches and offers expert guidance on finances, stock market, budgeting, marketing strategies, and such other domains. Josie has also authored books on management, productivity, and digital marketing strategies.

Read Also

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here