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Best Books: 25 Books That Will Make You A Better Person

A good self-help book can make you a better person, but that’s not where the genre of bettering yourself ends. Here are 25 books that will make you a better person.

#1 The Courage to Meet the Demands of Reality by Henry Cloud

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Life and business are all about relationships. As such, we should be people of character, values, and integrity. This book rightfully and thoughtfully makes the case for why we should do everything in life with integrity.

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Contributors: Greg Hansen from Hans Digital 

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#2 The Education of Millionaires Michael Ellsberg

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This is one of the best books you will ever read. For those who don't fit the traditional mold of education and corporate jobs, this book is for you. It details how several entrepreneurs became successful millionaires without sitting in a cubicle every day for 40 years. 

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Contributors: Greg Hansen from Hans Digital 

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#3 Miracle Prayer by Susan Shumsky

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The book Miracle Prayer will make you a better person because it teaches a 9-step system of affirmative prayer that gets positive, powerful results. With this method, you can get in touch with your true heart’s desires and soul purpose and begin to fulfill your destiny.

The method helps you get in touch with your true nature of being, which is your own higher self. And in this process, you identify with who you truly are—your genuine higher self. By using affirmative prayer, you can heal yourself and others, focus on your goals and manifest them, lift your own energy field and also the atmosphere around you, and bless your community, your country, and the entire planet. Prayer works!

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Contributors: Susan Shumsky from Random House Publishing

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#4 The Gifts of Imperfection by Brenè Brown

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This book helps people be kinder to themselves, lay down their defenses, and take a look inwards at the things that get in the way of embracing self and feeling comfortable with change. I recommend this to clients who tend to self-sabotage their lives, relationships, work achievements, etc. The main theme is to be vulnerable and let go of shame. 

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Contributors: Jessica McCormack from The Self Care Path, LLC

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#5 Change Your Life: A Little Book of Big Ideas by Allen Klein

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This book has inspiring words of wisdom from some of the world’s greatest thinkers. It will inspire readers to not only live their life to the fullest but also has the potential to be life-changing. Kipling once said that words are the most powerful drug used by mankind ― the words in this book are the prescription readers need to renew and reinvigorate their lives. 

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Contributors: Allen Klein from Viva Editions 

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#6 Awaken Your Divine Intuition by Susan Shumsky

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The book Awaken Your Divine Intuition will make you a better person because it teaches you how to listen to the “still small voice” of intuition and how to test and trust it. The methods in this book help you to awaken your higher self through meditation and to receive divine guidance, healing, wisdom, inspiration, and creative ideas from within. You can awaken your inner genius, develop your creativity, and express your true talents and heart’s desires. 

This book teaches a 10-test system of discernment which helps you tell the difference between your genuine intuition and other voices in your mind, such as your ego or wishful thinking. With this practical book, you can develop your spiritual gifts, including clairvoyance, clairaudience, and clairsentience. You can become your own psychic.

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Contributors: Susan Shumsky from Random House Publishing

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#7 Hail Mary for Peanut by Heather D. Nelson

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In Hail Mary for Peanut Heather shares her emotional journey to parenthood after it's discovered that all her dreams and plans have gone awry. She shares all the raw ups and downs of her own story, while infusing each chapter with wit, wisdom, and genuine concern for others. 

For those who know and love people struggling with infertility, Nelson includes a section of practical tips for coping with the stress of infertility and pregnancy loss both for the couples in the battle, and the family and friends on the sidelines. This book is timely for any couple of faith encountering struggles in their family planning making this a perfect one-stop-shop for support and encouragement. 

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Contributors: Heather D. Nelson from HeatherNelson 

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  1. Deeply emotional book that shares all the raw truth of infertility and miscarriages. Everyone should read this heartwarming story!

#8 Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin

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Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin will make you a better and more accountable person. It teaches that every person can and should become a leader, no matter what your role on a team is. There is always an opportunity to step up and help the other people around you succeed and when you have that mindset, the team can go from good to great. This is a must read! 

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Contributors: Bryan Pattman from What The College

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#9 A Year of Living Kindly by Donna Cameron

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A Year of Living Kindly by Donna Cameron is based on her journey to learn what it really means to live a kind life -- which is a lot more challenging than most people might think and means a lot more than just being nice. What I really love about Donna Cameron though is that she doesn't claim to be this perfect bastion of kindness -- like everyone, she has moments of frustration, impatience and anger. AKA she's human. 

There's a misconception out there that kindness is a sign of weakness and that it's soft and insubstantial. But Donna has another perspective. She sees it as a superpower because it truly takes courage, trust and confidence to be kind and to face incivility with strength without succumbing to it. 

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Contributors: Angelle Barbazon from JKS Communications

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#10 Change Your Words, Change Your World by Andrea Gardner

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This book is all in the title. It's about how the words we use every day and in our lives affect us. One powerful example from the book highlights a homeless person who, after changing the words written on a sign, had a drastically different response from people walking by. It's quite emotional.

Some words empower us, while others harm or hinder. And that's the key takeaway that makes you think about the things you repeat to yourself every day. Helping you improve and become a better, more mindful person as a result.

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Contributors: Theo J Ellis from Anime Motivation

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#11 7 Principles for Making a Marriage Work by John Gottman

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Excellent book about communication, connection, intimacy, and creating a lifelong relationship work. There are many exercises throughout the book, and many of the skills in this book are ones that can be put into use with children, co-workers, and friends.

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Contributors: Jessica McCormack from The Self Care Path, LLC

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#12 Level Up with Amazon by Tashema Lindsey

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Everyone is searching to maximize their time and earnings. A recent report stated that 68% of individuals are seeking to earn additional income. In the era of the gig economy, there are other options, which include Amazon. Amazon has proven to be a reliable company that creates many streams of income for everyday people. Take for instances the streaming of video games or social eating on Twitch, which is owned by Amazon.

Playing video games can be a form of relaxation or entertainment regardless of age. And social eating is as big as Instagram. We love food photography around the world, but social eating is the new trend. And anyone regardless of location can get paid for sharing their video game steams or eating lunch with friends. Better yet, you can take it up a notch and turn it into a full-time career or business enterprise. Having a viable business or fun career will make anyone better!

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Contributors: Tashema Lindsey from Level Up With Amazon

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#13 Bye Felipe by Alexandra Tweten

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An empowering guide to navigating the hazards and horrors of online dating. This book is palatable, enlightened reading for men to try to better understand what the female experience is like in today’s world. 

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Contributors: Sabrina Tenteromano from Wunderkind PR

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#14 How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie

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This self-help book is great for anyone wanting to improve their social standing in life. Whether you are trying to make new friends or win new clients at work, this will help. This book tells you different ways to make people like you and be persuasive. 

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Contributors: Amanda Raimondi from Kiwi Searches

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#15 The Willpower Instinct, Kelly McGonigal

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Everyone knows that having a degree of self-control is important. Especially when it comes to school or work situations. This book will teach you about the power of self-control and how to be a better version of yourself. 

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Contributors: Amanda Raimondi from Kiwi Searches

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#16 Quiet by Susan Cain

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As the title suggests, this book is about introverts and their quiet nature. Most people who are introverts don’t even know it themselves. This teaches you how to succeed even as an introvert. 

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Contributors: Amanda Raimondi from Kiwi Searches

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#17 You are the one you’ve been waiting for by Richard Schwartz

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I read this a few years ago when I was in graduate school. It has helped me be deepened my relationship with my partner and be more loving to myself. 

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Contributors: Katie Ziskind from Wisdom Within Counseling

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#18 Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari

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This book gives you an understanding of what humankind had to go through in order to get where we are today. It goes through the absurdity of modern life, putting human history into perspective. The reason it makes you a better person is that it allows you to connect and understand with different people. It tells you the main reasons why humans are successful creatures, and these lessons can be imitated in real life. It allows anyone to truly understands the needs and expectations of our fellow humans, and therefore allows us to be more communicative and understanding of each others needs. 

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Contributors: Joseph Coulburn from Better Nutritional Science

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#19 Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

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I love this book because it is so indicative of the human condition. It offers explanations into why we think the way we do, and how we can learn to analyze our thinking. The analysis of “our two selves” is a game changer. It allows you to realize that memories (or rather our memories of particular events) do shape our outlook and choices.

This can sometimes give us an illusion that is contrary to reality. It can change the value of particular events. By understanding how our two selves work together to help us make judgments and decisions, we can make better choices in life and work. We can learn how to protect ourselves from bad decisions or ill-thought-out ones.

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Contributors: Candess Zona-Mendola from The Lange Law Firm, PLLC

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#20 Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance By Robert Pirsig

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Pirsig explores the depths of self-reflection along with why and how to apply the concept of quality to all things in life. Everyone can take something different out of reading this book.

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Contributors: Michael Bayer from Babson College

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#21 Focus by David Essel

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For the past 28 years, number one best-selling author, counselor and life Coach David Essel has been helping to educate the world regarding the negative power of self-sabotage, and how to get out of our own way in life in order to achieve greatness.

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Contributors: TJ Tauriello from LTP PR 

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#22 Successful Philanthropy by Jean Shafiroff

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Successful Philanthropy is a practical guide to modern giving that redefines philanthropy in today's era. Far beyond making monetary donations, philanthropy today encompasses giving time and knowledge, resources that can be just as valuable as financial contributions.

Successful Philanthropy offers the practical guidance and inspiring perspective that empowers all of us to take part in building a better world. Learn to identify your passions and interests and discover how they can guide your philanthropic work. Find the best ways to choose a charity that will offer personal fulfillment while also making the best use of your contribution to the cause of your choice.

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Contributors: Norah Lawlor from Lawlor Media Group

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#23 The Greatest Gift Lisa M. Brazelton

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The Greatest Gift is a contemplation book about how to become the greatest version of our Self. It is a journey into the Soul, pushing the envelope of what we know and finding comfort in the unknown.

This book provides tools that may seem insignificant at first, but can lead to huge changes in life. It's a small book but grand in the realization that we are here for a profound purpose, deepening the capacity to understand Self, questioning who we are, and discovering what gifts we bring to the world. It can be read over and over again with the gift of receiving another insight.

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Contributors: Lisa M. Brazelton from Sage Prosperity Partners

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#24 I by Waeil Borhan

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In his book, I Waeil shares his journey and offers tools to help others examine the paradigm by which they are living. Waeil encourages readers to look within and make the choice to live by their own truth instead of societal standards. 

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Contributors: Amber Hergen from Amy Levy Public Relations

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#25 The World Book of Love by Leo Bormans

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Finding a suitable partner in our digital world is near impossible and keeping that partner around is even harder. A lot of millennials struggle with expressing their feelings and it often leads to confusion and mistrust. Tactless actions such as ghosting, cushioning and breadcrumbing have become actual dating trends. These behaviors are the very opposite of what defines love. The World Book of Love from Belgian publishers Lannoo that inspires, connects and most importantly educates us on this apparently misunderstood and illusive phenomenon. 

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Contributors: Karina Kazimierska from Lannoo Publishers

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