The 4 Self-Improvement Books I’m Going To Re-Read In 2024

Sal
Wake. Write. Win.
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3 min readMay 5, 2024

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99% of self improvement books are extended blog posts.

They don’t do it for me.

But the best 1%? They deserve to be re-read multiple times.

Here are 4 books I’m re-reading this year.

Awaken The Giant Within by Tony Robbins

I’ve dug into this book in a lot of detail before.

It has helped me find a job. It’s helped me deal with grief. It’s also helped me understand myself

It is the number one self improvement book for me, and once you have it in your collection, your life will never be the same.

To get your own copy, go here.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey

This book is another classic.

It offers clear and simple instruction on the habits you need to develop to improve your life, as well as the lives of those around you.

There’s some great stuff here for leaders of teams, as well as leaders in other settings, like the home. It’s universal truths from beginning to end.

It’s over 30 years old, but is as relevant as ever.

To get your copy, go here.

Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear

If you’re looking to change your outcomes, you need to develop habits.

Clear shows you how to ensure that your habits become established and actually have an impact on your life.

The basic principle is simple. For all of those big, life-changing habits that we wrestle with, all it takes is for us to break them down into small, manageable, repeated behaviours.

Simple, but hugely effective.

Get it here.

Deep Work by Cal Newport

“Deep Work” by Cal Newport explores the concept of focused, undistracted work as the key to success in our increasingly distracted world.

Drawing from neuroscience, psychology, and his own research, Newport provides strategies for cultivating deep work habits, emphasizing the importance of eliminating distractions, structuring your work environment, and embracing boredom to unleash your full cognitive potential.

Get it here.

You can’t get better at anything unless you work at it.

Improve yourself with these books.

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Sal
Wake. Write. Win.

Here to help you wake up, smell the gasoline, and help others with your experience.