3 Personal Development Books For Young Adults
Lately I have been loving reading personal development books. In the last few months I have been focusing on cultivating healthy habits that will help me live a more positive life and help me reach my goals. I thought I could share a few of my favorite personal development books that I have read this year for anyone who is on a journey like this of their own.
I had a friend recommend this book after a conversation we had all about rising our vibes and having a positive attitude. I would consider this both a quick read and pocket guide. You Are A Badass Every Day is a motivational book that provides you with exercises to work through as you read. Each activity helped me make little mindset shifts in manageable chunks. This book gave me motivation and the accountability I needed to harness my inner BADASS. I highly recommend for every young adult. By working on this a little bit each day, you will likely feel the same motivation and mindset transformation that I did.
I almost didn’t want to include this book because I feel like it is sooooo obvious. Rachel Hollis is the QUEEN of changing mindset. Not only have I read her books, I have seen her speak in person as well. Can I just say WOW!!! She blows me away and motivates me in ways that I didn’t know were possible. In Girl Wash Your Face, Rachel Hollis lists off countless lies that she has told herself at one point or another. She then offers advice on how to overcome the same lies. She empowers women to be their best and to let nothing hold us back!
I actually had the privilege of being part of Jordan’s launch team for this book. I was sent the book before its release and I was immediately engrossed. This book is not your average self-help book, at all. Own Your Everyday is the perfect mix between actionable steps to help change your mindset and reminders that there is beauty where you are right now. It feels like your best friend is sharing some of her most vulnerable experiences. If you are looking for a book to help you find your purpose without all the pressure that we put on ourselves, you NEED this book in your life.
What other personal development books have you read and loved?! Let me know in the comments!