Need a boost in confidence or self-esteem? Add these books to your list! Whether you have a specific goal you want to reach or need a boost for life in general, these books work great for wherever you are at in life. Use these books to build your self-acceptance and confidence to get you further towards your personal goals.
Book 1: Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis
This book is a self-help book tailored to helping women overcome the common negative beliefs we may have about ourselves. Rachel Hollis is a lifestyle expert that shares her take on how women perceive themselves in a negative way and how to find their purpose in life. Of course, there may be things you disagree with. However, the overall message to find out who you were meant to be is a message we can all get on board with.
"Have you ever believed that you aren't good enough? That you're not thin enough? That you're unlovable? That you're a bad mom? Have you ever believed that you deserve to be treated badly? That you'll never amount to anything? All lies." --from Girl, Wash Your Face
by Rachel Hollis
Book 2: Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes
Some may know Shonda Rhimes as the creator of the TV show "Grey's Anatomy" but she is also an author. Her book details her journey from being an introvert to finding her way as a socialite by saying "yes" to anything for a full year. That may seem daunting, and something you would never try. But, Rhimes goes over how she was able to face her fears and start loving herself through her experiment of saying "yes."
"I think a lot of people dream. And while they are busy dreaming, the really happy people, the really successful people, the really interesting, powerful, engaged people are busy doing." --from Year of Yes
by Shonda Rhimes.
Book 3: I am That Girl by Alexis Jones
In this book, the overall message is to "speak your truth, discover your purpose, and be that girl." Throughout the book, Jones features many successful, inspiring women on their journeys to finding their purpose and voice to show readers that everyone starts on the same level and needs to grow. She pushes readers to find the same level of self-acceptance as the successful women mentioned by methods of self-care habits. The book covers various issues that women go through at different points in their lives. Jones has a great way with words to help anyone find their self-confidence.
"You are so much more valuable to everyone around you and to the world if you begin every day knowing exactly who you are and try to be the best, brightest version of yourself." --from I Am That Girl
by Alexis Jones