Nine books to change your life in 2018
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The new year is here, which means many people will be setting their new year's resolutions.
This time of the year is always a great time for self improvement, however that can be hard. Here are nine books that will help you with various new years goals.
The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning: How to Free Yourself and Your Family from a Lifetime of Clutter, by Margareta Magnusson
Margareta Magnusson provides her Scandinavian knowledge and wits to help listeners get a better grasp on minimalism. Her ways of keeping things clean, in order, and organized helps families approach and deal with the conversations and processes that involve cleaning and decluttering the family home sensitive conversations, and makes the process smooth and easy.
Judgment Detox: Release the Beliefs That Hold You Back from Living A Better Life, by Gabrielle Bernstein
Gabrielle Bernstein is not only an author, but also an American motivational speaker and life coach. Her new book, Judgment detox, helps readers gain a better outlook on life and stave away negative outlooks and actions. The book covers six vital steps that Gabrielle believes are the keep to living a better life.
Turn Your Pain Into Art, by Ariel Bloomer
Ariel Bloomer is the lead singer of the alternative group Icon for Hire, which formed in 2007 and has her first book coming out in January of 2018. Her book is very funny, and allows for her kind and genuine personality to shine through its pages. It is about her struggles, passion rock n' roll career. It helps readers learn to say yes and take what life gives them.
Your Best Year Ever: A 5-Step Plan for Achieving Your Most Important Goals, by Michael Hyatt
Michael Hyatt is a blogger, speaker, former CEO of a publishing company and author of a book coming out in January of 2018. His book, Your Best Year Ever, focuses on creating realistic plans and goals to achieve what you want through a five step process.
Herding Tigers: Be the Leader That Creative People Need, 2018 by Todd Henry
Todd Henry writes books and speak publicly about productivity, creativity, and leadership. His new release, Herding Tigers, is about helping creative leaders best get their group to cooperate, work together, and thrive. It teaches people who already know how to work, how to lead the work.
My Friend Fear: Finding Magic in the Unknown, by Meera Lee Patel
Meera is a illustrator and author, her bestselling book, Start Where You Are who’s new novel, is her previous novel, and My Friend Fear, comes out in January of 2018. Her book focuses on her artistic plans and journey through giving personal reflections and inspiration. This book is very unique because of the fact that it is filled with stunning watercolour visuals told in four colors.
Who Says You Can't? You Do, by Daniel Chidiac
Daniel Chidiac is the author of Awaken Your Mind Open Your Heart, which is about Daniel having a realization that he is not happy with where he is in life, and consequently changing it. He researched the lives of successful and happy people, as well as trial and error through his own experiences, to bring us this book filled with helpful tips and experiences from Daniel.
Go F*ck Yourself, Cian!, by Cian Twomey
Cian Twomey is an Irish comedian who frequently creates content for for Facebook and YouTube that centers around himself and other imaginary half named Emily. His book new release, Go F*ck Yourself, Cian!, is about practical advice given from Cian himself about relationships.
Here Is Real Magic: A Magician's Search for Wonder in the Modern World, by Nate Staniforth
Nate Staniforth is a magician, the host of Breaking Magic on the Discovery Channel, a TEDx speaker and the author of his debut novel, Here Is Real Magic. His novel focuses on finding the little wondering in life and follows Nate on his journey and hardships.
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