Best Motivational Books for Women in 2013

From self-help books to those that improve relationships with spouses, children and even people at work, inspirational books are easy to find. The ones on this list are some of the best that you’ll find new information and studies to help you organize your thoughts and your life. Whether you simply want a better way to do things or you’ve been dealing with depression, they’re worth a look. Of course, plenty of older books remain true, but these can add to your current repertoire.

 
 
 
 
 
 

  E-Squared by Pam Grout

The two women who authored this book wrote “All Is Well: Heal Your Body with Medicine, Affirmations, and Intuition” helps readers see how their perceptions color their reality — literally. If you expect that the world is a terrible place or that you won’t get things done, it can become a self-fulfilling prophecy. Adjusting those beliefs can alter your reality, and who isn’t more motivated when the world seems like a decent place? E-squared even describes the universe as an accommodating place.

 

 

Pam Grout E-Squared

Pam Grout E-Squared

 

 

E-Squared by Pam Groud

E-Squared by Pam Groud

 

 

 

  The Shift: How I Finally Lost Weight and Discovered a Happier Life by Tory Johnson

Women who want to lose weight might pick up this book. After Tory’s job was threatened because of superiors who thought she needed to lose weight, she finally decided to do it. Tory went to work developing a plan and goals. Along the way, she learned to make sacrifice and become more disciplined. However, this book will help people who are concerned about more than just weight loss. If you’ve been struggling with making a change in your life, learn how to make The Shift with this book.

 

 

Tory Johnson

 

 

 

 

  All Is Well by Louise Hay and Mona Lisa Schulz M.D. Ph.D

This pair does well writing motivational books together. Hay and Shulz return to their craft to help women and other people who might be experiencing unhealthy bodies. In this book, they preach the power of positive thinking to that end. Although the focus might be healing your body, this book helps heal the soul, too. After illness is no longer an issue, women can get on with their lives with the healthy spirit necessary to tackle even the most difficult issues.

 

 

Louise L Hay

Louise L Hay

 

 

All Is Well by Louise L Hay

All Is Well by Louise L Hay

 

 

 

  Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg

If you want a book for women in the workplace, this is it. Anecdotal stories, studies and a bit of humor are what make Sheryl’s book stand out. Few pieces have taken such a close look at how women can maintain their happiness inside and outside of their homes, while recognizing the constant struggle many women feel to do exactly that. The advice the writer gives is excellent for finding balance at work, which is exactly what you might need to return home to your family with a smile upon your face. The description calls this book a “blueprint for personal growth.”

 

 

 

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