The human mind is intricate and complex. Despite thousands of years of studying and researching how our minds work, psychologists and researchers still find that there much more waiting to be discovered. A recurrent problem in our society today is that many people often find that they have become their own adversary and are in fact, the cause of their own disadvantages in life and otherwise.
Fortunately, there are several ways to rewire your brain, in order to think in a manner that not only helps you grow and establish yourself fully, but also help you thrive towards success. Read on to find out which six books can help you grow, thrive and enhance your thought process.
1. Learned Optimism by Martin Seligman
As time passes and life unravels, many people tend to lose their sense of optimism in the process too. Due to such a thought process, many people slip into pessimistic thinking and approaches without even realizing it. Of course, this is a setup for their own failures. Thus, it is important to enhance your chances of success by learning optimistic thinking patterns and approaches. You see, optimism can go a long way. For this purpose, Learned Optimism by Martin Seligman is the best book.
2. The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment by Eckhart Tolle
Being caught up in memories of the past or stressing about what could happen in the future will always lead to you getting lost in your own mind. Most people admit that they struggle in maintaining their composure in their day-to-day life. People also struggle to live in the present moment and as time passes, this can prove to be detrimental to your wellbeing. Eckhart Tolle took it upon himself to offer an in-depth guide to bettering your daily life by reprogramming your mind to stay present. The Power of Now is an award-winning book that remains true to its title and is definitely a must-read.
3. A Liberated Mind by Steven C. Hayes
Whether you are currently struggling with trauma-based problems, anxiety, depression, PTSD or any other psychological hindrance that caused your mind to go into “fight or flight” mode, Steven C. Hayes insists that you can regain control and get alter the course of your mind. This book is the perfect fit for anyone who has struggled with psychological issues in the past and can help to ensure that your mind is healthy, free of any chains or setbacks and that you are able to achieve all your goals.
4. The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything by Ken Robinson
A fine line exists between your natural talents and your personal passions – and this is the point where everything literally changes. Once you allow your natural talents to enhance and gravitate towards your personal passions, you will see many doors opening in places where you did not even expect a door to exist. Such is the power in this book written by Ken Robinson and Lou Aronica.
5. Principles by Ray Dalio
For many people, finding the ideal self-help book is nothing short of a mission. In fact, many people often find that they are quick to get bored when reading books that are more factual than fiction. Principles by Ray Dalio is definitely the book for you, especially if you can relate to the aforementioned points. This book uniquely offers a five-step process that is designed to help you leave your old ways and your old life behind in order to truly achieve whatever it is that you want out of your life.
6. Grit by Angela Duckworth
One of the most annoying moments is when everyone is talking about tapping into your inner genius, and you realize that you might not have anything to tap into. If this is how you feel than don’t worry, you are not alone. Grit by Angela Duckworth is exactly for this purpose. Duckworth made sure that her book covered all aspects of how there are more important things within yourself than meets the eye. This is an exceptional read for anyone who might not be feeling that great about themselves.