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5 Must Read Books That Will Change Your Perspective On Life

For most of us, books are therapeutic. It’s a time where we escape the real world and all of our problems. It’s a more effective way of escaping reality than spending your time on the Internet or watching television.

It is without a doubt that millennials are doing more deep work, looking to thought leaders as they shift and pivot between establishing careers, embarking on entrepreneurial journeys, or simply finding a purpose in the work and lives they live. From memoirs to self-help, there are endless opportunities to find books catering to your exact needs.

 

As we approach the warmer months and reflect the on the grind, picking up a good book to help level up your thinking for this second part of the year won’t hurt.

Here’s five books to help you get started and change your way of thinking.

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Purpose Awakening: Discover the Epic Idea That Motivated Your Birth

This is international speaker Touré Robert’s first book which is about that transformational moment when you are awakened to the purpose of your life. He opens the reader up to the meaning of purpose and how it can empower you to change your life.  He explains how you haven’t begun to live until you find out why you are here. However, he made it a point to let the reader know, “you don’t find purpose; purpose finds you.”

In reading this book you will learn how to discover your purpose, end wrong relationships, put an end to your fear, and grow your faith.

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The Woman Code: 20 Powerful Keys to Unlock Your Life

This book, written by Sophia A. Nelson, is one of my favorites. It is book all about women empowerment. She gives readers 20 powerful keys to reshape aspects of their lives so they can lead a purposeful and successful life with grace. Nelson also teaches us that we must put ourselves first and know our value as women. Otherwise, we won’t be able to properly take care of and appreciate the ones we love.

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Happy Women Live Better: 13 Ways to Trigger Your Happiness Every Day

Valorie Burton unlocks the secret to your personal happiness in this book by revealing 13 unique, scientifically-proven “happiness triggers”. With all the modern-day challenges that threaten women’s happiness, these triggers can boost their joy even amid stress from deadlines, children, marriage, and dating.

This book will teach you how to take control of your happiness by you learning how to bounce back from stress and adversity faster, fight depression, and enjoy deeper satisfaction in relationships.

Image result for the i factor van moodyThe I Factor: How Building a Great Relationship with Yourself Is the Key to a Happy, Successful Life

Van Moody wrote this book to help men and women identify the three dynamics that are essential to winning the battle within themselves, which he calls the I-Factor. Those three I-Factor’s are identity, significance, and perspective. He talks about how impactful relationships can be to both our personal and professional lives and how to achieve it.

This book will help you with self-reflection and putting yourself in check. It’s a journey to recognizing opportunity in every relationship and forging new paths to connection and networking.

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Produced by Faith: Enjoy Real Success Without Losing Your True Self

This book, written by DeVon Franklin, is all about providing people with a road map to success that’s based on integrity and character. He tells his personal life experiences and encourages anyone who’s unhappy in their jobs to ask God for guidance. He talks about taking a leap of faith to truly live out your purpose in life.

This book will help readers take their career to the next level, work with people who don’t understand their beliefs, and much more.

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About Shekera Clarke

My name is Shekera Clarke. I am currently a senior at the University at Albany majoring in journalism with a business minor. I grew up in Queens, NY. QGTM! My goals upon graduating include either writing for a pop culture magazine/blog or work for ESPN because of my love for sports – whether that’s behind the scenes or on air.

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