what selfhelp books do you guys def recomend ?

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I have a long list of books i have read and a whole list of books to read, what were some life transforming books for you, books that i should def read



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Road less travelled. It is basically the bible of self-help in my eyes.

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Conversations with God I feel is a big shining jewel of a book-series
Also I liked Ringing Cedars of Russia a lot, mainly the first books of those series
Aaaannd 'Right Use of Will - Healing and Evolving the Emotional Body'

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For men who are wired to be a "Nice guy" or didn't have a father figure to teach them "how to be a man" there's a quarantined subreddit full of material that partly PUA, partly personal development. It will make you understand women better and grow you as a person in a hardcore stage orange sort of way... it's the red pill sidebar. You can download the whole sidebar here: Sidebar.epub

And visit the subreddit here:

This is strictly stage  orange (and perhaps some blue also) material mostly, directed towards young and middle age men. Don't discount the usefulness it can provide in building self discipline and good habits... for example fitness and dietary goals, learning new skills, breaking bad habits. Leo distills down a lot of this stuff in his video "What Women Want In A Man - 5 Factors That Hook Women Like Crack" but there's a ton of useful information here regardless. 

It's  good to have a stage orange perspective on life so that you don't get swallowed by stage green propaganda (which mostly floods media outlets these days)  .. I like to understand all the stages and I can confidently say I'm much better off with this information than without it.   It's important to not take this stuff as gospel. Never take any one philosophy as gospel, EVER. Question everything. 

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@kira  Here are some of my favorites:

Conversations with God 1-4 - Neale Donald Walsch 

 Brief History of Everything, Integral Psychology, Religion of Tomorrow - Ken Wilber

Zen Body-Being, Book of Not Knowing, Pursuing Consciousness - Peter Ralston

What Every Body is Saying - Joe Navarro

The Laws of Human Nature - Robert Greene

The Essential Difference - Simon Baron Cohen

Shadow Dance - David Richo

The Charisma Myth - Olivia Fox Cabane

How to Have Confidence and Power in Dealing With People - Les Giblin

Energy Leadership - Bruce D Schneider

The Big Leap - Gay Hendricks

Models: Attracting Women Through Honesty - Mark Manson

Linchpin, Tribes - Seth Godin

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