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Success Principles How to Start Over a New Life Now - Tony Robbins
100 Must-Read Books About Starting Over
Books can be incredibly powerful. They have the ability to suck us in, take us on adventures, and influence the way we think. They can teach us, move us, give us new perspectives, and help shape us. And the most powerful ones change our lives forever. I asked my Business Insider colleagues to share the one book that has significantly influenced them. I'm usually grateful for this, but not always! It also made me appreciate fatherhood more.
Spiritually, emotionally, mentally and physically, I was spent. Reading, for any reason, was often the furthest thing from my mind. I was in survival mode, and any energy had went directly to my three children. However, that season gradually passed, and I realized I had to forge something new. When I found myself ready to reconnect with the familiar weight of a book in my hands, I felt a pull toward reality rather than my usual frothy fiction.
by Dan Harris, Jeffrey Warren and Carlye Adler
Here are some of our favourite books about turning over a new leaf to begin your reading. The new book from Lucy Diamond publishes in hardback and ebook on 11th January, the perfect read to start your year with. Can one moment change the course of your life forever? Miss You is a love story with a twist - it almost never happens. After a chance meeting in an Italian ice cream shop, it seems Gus and Tess are meant to be, if only life would stop getting in the way. This uplifting novel will have you rooting for them to get together, and for chance to work in their favour… finally.
What is it about fairy tales that makes them so popular, to the point that they are redone over and over and over again in Hollywood? Perhaps that is why inspirational books are so popular, too. With that in mind, I went in search of the best inspirational books to read, and for advice from the experts about starting over. This book is first on my list of inspirational books to read for several reasons — but primarily because it taught me to choose myself. James Altucher has started over many times, and in his book Choose Yourself he explores the realities of failure, and how choosing himself is what turned it all around for him.