Self-Help Books Still Relevant In 2019


There are books and there are “books“. These days, spending time on social media has made reading a very chocked up skill but nonetheless, those who still read, understand that nothing beats the acts of soaking up the words from books. Books transcend videos and only audios come a bit close. Books help to paint a vivid picture of the writer’s imagination in your mind. This is one of the things reading helps you achieve that no other means of knowledge acquisition can.

That said, this post is about exposing to you, the top 10 self-help books that are still relevant in 2019. These books are totally non-fiction and are not novels. Some of them although have storified content, it’s either to drive home the point, or they’re the writer’s personal story. So, let’s check out the top 5 self-help books in 2019.


  1. As a Man Thinketh (James Allen)

Even though this list is not in any order, but this classic self-help book definitely helped inspire future books on the law of attraction. Instead of just drifting through life unaware of the inner forces that keep one held in failure and frustration, the author shows how you can master your thoughts to create the life you want. James Allen’s message is that noble thoughts make a noble person, while lowly thoughts make a miserable person. He also reveals how our thoughts determine reality.


  1. Think and Grow Rich (Napoleon Hill)

This has been and still is one of the most popular self-help books to date. Asides condensing his laws and principles of success, “Think and Grow Rich” provides readers with 13 principles of personal achievement. Its message is that an individual with faith, desire, and persistence can reach great success by eliminating all negative thoughts and energy while focusing on the greater goals you’ve got planned.

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  1. The Magic of Thinking Big (David J. Schwartz)

The magic of thinking by David J. Schwartz has sold millions of copies worldwide. The author breaks down the art of selling and effective leadership. Also, he talks about how to earn more money, and find more happiness and peace of mind. He says you need to cultivate the habit of thinking and behaving in ways that get you massive success, and as a matter of fact, you don’t need innate talent to achieve massive success.


  1. Rich Dad, Poor Dad (Robert Kiyosaki)

“Financial Literacy” has been the core of Robert Kiyosaki’s message and he talks about things that are mostly not talked about in schools. The concept behind the book is that rich people have money work for them while the poor work for money.  This is a must read to change anyone’s negative belief system on money or to further your understanding on how money can work for you.


  1. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People (Stephen R. Covey)

Covey presents a holistic, integrated, principle-centered approach for solving personal and professional problems. With powerful insights and spot-on anecdotes, Covey reveals a pathway for living with fairness, integrity, service, and human dignity–principles that give us the security to adapt to change and the wisdom and power to take advantage of the opportunities that change creates.


Which Self-help book have you read and felt should make this list, let us know in the comment section below?

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