We all know how difficult it is to get some men to do things like going to the doctor, admitting a mistake or…gasp…read a Self Help book! I know this is a generalization, but just as women are known to be more intuitive, some men just don’t want to admit or show weakness by browsing the self-help section. But the truth is that making those first steps at improving ourselves is a great sign of strength and an improvement in itself.
A wonderful list of the ‘Best Self Help Books For Men’ was compiled by self improvement website Upjourney and my choices along with my book, Toxic Rainbows was included on the truly inspired list.
From my review:
Lucio focuses on issues that both deceive and weigh heavily on men, perception and the expectations imposed on them by others.
The book takes on a philosophical and sociological approach steeped in reason in order to grasp, then overcome our self-imposed failings. Men may appreciate the no-exit approach to this self-help book and be eager for the challenge.
The book also gives a welcome opportunity for men to see how their hidden talents have been obscured and offers an opening to pursue their dreams in a fresh and energetic way that leaves little room for negative influence.
Connecting with what the author calls Creative Self Expression, the individual is then in a position to answer hard questions like, “What is my purpose?” and to finally understand how he controls the meaning and rewards offered in his life.
Check out the entire list here.