7 Key Features of a Good Self-Help Book

By Team Azuni

Self-help books have become increasingly popular over the past decade. People have realized the value of investing in their personal development, and self-help books offer a convenient and accessible way to do so. However, not all self-help books are created equal. To get the most out of your reading experience, it’s essential to know what makes a good self-help book.

  1. Clarity of Purpose

A good self-help book should have a clear purpose. It should be designed to help readers achieve a specific goal or improve a particular aspect of their lives. The author should have a clear idea of what they want to achieve with the book, and the writing should reflect this purpose. If the purpose of the book is unclear, or if the author is trying to cover too many topics, the book may not be effective.

  1. The credibility of the Author

The credibility of the author is crucial in determining the value of a self-help book. A good self-help author should have experience or expertise in the area they are writing about. It’s also helpful if the author has a track record of success in their personal or professional life. When evaluating a self-help book, consider the author’s credentials and whether they have the necessary expertise to provide useful advice.

  1. Actionable Advice

One of the key features of a good self-help book is actionable advice. The book should provide practical tips and strategies that readers can apply to their lives. The advice should be clear and easy to follow, and the author should provide examples to illustrate how the advice can be implemented. If the advice is too vague or theoretical, readers may struggle to apply it to their own lives.

  1. Empathy and Understanding

A good self-help book should demonstrate empathy and understanding towards its readers. The author should acknowledge the challenges and struggles that readers face and provide support and encouragement. The book should be written in a compassionate and non-judgmental tone, and the author should avoid using language that is critical or dismissive of the reader’s experiences.

  1. Realistic Expectations

A good self-help book should set realistic expectations for its readers. The author should be clear about what readers can expect to achieve by following the advice in the book. If the expectations are too high, readers may become discouraged and give up. Conversely, if the expectations are too low, readers may not be motivated to put in the effort required to achieve their goals.

  1. Accessibility

A good self-help book should be accessible to a wide range of readers. The writing should be clear and easy to understand, and the author should avoid using jargon or technical terms that may be unfamiliar to readers. The book should also be well-organized and structured in a way that is easy to follow.

  1. Inspiring and Motivating

Finally, a good self-help book should be inspiring and motivating. The author should provide readers with a sense of hope and optimism about their ability to make positive changes in their lives. The book should be written in a way that is engaging and encourages readers to take action.

In conclusion, a good self-help book should have a clear purpose, be written by a credible author, provide actionable advice, demonstrate empathy and understanding, set realistic expectations, be accessible, and be inspiring and motivating. When evaluating a self-help book, consider these factors to determine whether it is likely to be an effective resource for achieving your personal development goals. With the right self-help book, you can take meaningful steps towards a happier, healthier, and more fulfilling life.

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Preparing to be an Author in 2023

By Team Azuni

Are you dreaming of becoming a published author in the next few years? With the right plan and mindset, it’s possible to make your dream a reality. Writing and publishing a book is a long journey that requires focus, dedication, and patience. Read on for tips on how to kickstart your writing career and make it happen in 2023.

Create A Writing Routine

Writing can be overwhelming if you don’t have any structure or routine. To get into the habit of writing regularly, create a plan and stick with it. Set aside dedicated time each day or week to write. Whether it’s 30 minutes or 3 hours, having consistent writing time helps you stay focused and productive instead of feeling overwhelmed by the task at hand. If you’re really struggling to find time, try getting up 30 minutes earlier than usual or write during lunch breaks—you may be surprised with how much progress you can make!

Find Your Writing Style

Once you have a routine in place, begin experimenting with different writing styles until you find one that works for you. There are so many ways to tell stories; take some time to explore different techniques such as free-writing, dialogue-driven narrative, stream of consciousness, etc., until you find your voice as an author. This will help engage readers while they read your work and keep them wanting more. Also consider joining an online writers group or attending workshops—surrounding yourself with other writers can provide great inspiration and motivation when crafting stories of your own.

Start Building An Audience

Once you have some content ready for publishing, start building an audience by utilizing social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter, Tik Tok etc., as well as blogging about topics related to your book (or simply writing). If done correctly this can help increase engagement and interest in your work before its even published! Get creative with marketing strategies such as giveaways and contests—this will help get people excited about what’s coming next from you. Another great way to build hype around your work is partnering up with other authors who already have an established presence online – they may be willing to share something of yours if it’s interesting enough.


Becoming an author isn’t easy but with the right plan in place it’s possible! Creating a writing routine, finding your unique style as an author, and starting to build an audience are all steps that need to be taken before beginning the journey towards publication in 2023. Take some time out of each day/week/month (whichever applies) devoted specifically towards working on this goal – consistency is key! With patience, dedication, creativity – there’s no limit on what can be achieved if one perseveres through the process . Good luck.​​​​​​

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Achieving Mental Fitness with Simple Changes

Mental fitness is just as important as physical fitness. It is the cornerstone of our wellbeing and can easily be overlooked. In order to maintain a healthy mental state, we need to make sure that we are taking care of our minds, just like we would with our bodies. Thankfully, there are a few simple changes that anyone can do to help achieve mental fitness. Let’s explore what these small but significant changes look like.

Find Your Flow State

It has been scientifically proven that being in a flow state can have significant benefits for your mental health and well-being. A flow state is when you are fully immersed in an activity and you forget about everything else around you. This can be anything from playing an instrument or going for a run – whatever floats your boat! Being in this state helps reduce stress levels by allowing your mind to focus completely on the task at hand, giving it much needed break from everyday stressors.

Engage in Reflection

Reflection is an important part of achieving mental fitness because it allows us to pause and take stock of where we currently stand in life. Reflection helps us become aware of our thoughts, feelings, emotions, and behaviors so that we can better understand ourselves and how we interact with the world around us. Reflection also allows us to set meaningful goals for ourselves and monitor our progress as we strive to reach them. Setting aside some time each day or week for reflection will help keep your mind sharp and focused on what matters most to you.

Socialize Responsibly

Socializing is another great way to maintain mental fitness because it allows us to stay connected with the people who matter most in our lives. Having meaningful relationships with people helps lower stress levels by providing emotional support during difficult times. However, it is important not to overdo it; too much socializing can lead to feelings of exhaustion or even burnout if left unchecked! Make sure you find a balance between spending time alone and connecting with friends – both are equally important for keeping yourself mentally fit.

Learn Something New

Learning something new—whether it’s a language or a new skill—is one way to stay mentally engaged while also boosting self-confidence levels in the process. Learning something new helps keep our minds sharp while providing us with an enjoyable activity outside of work or school obligations. Plus, learning a new skill could even lead to career opportunities down the line.

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Motivating Your Team in 2023 and Beyond

By Conqueror Team

As we look to the future of work, one of the most important questions is how to motivate your team in a world that’s constantly changing. We’re all familiar with the traditional motivators—like bonuses, rewards, and recognition—but these can start to seem a bit dated in an increasingly digital world. So what can you do to inspire your employees and help them stay motivated? Let’s take a look at some creative ways you can keep your team engaged in 2023 and beyond.

Recognize Achievement in New Ways

In today’s digital world, recognition doesn’t have to be limited to traditional methods like bonuses or certificates. There are many other ways you can recognize achievement within your team. For example, why not post their accomplishments on social media? This simple step has the potential to reach even more people, showing off your team’s hard work and gaining valuable exposure for your organization. You could also create an internal recognition system where employees can give virtual “high fives” or shout-outs for jobs well done. This kind of recognition goes a long way towards building morale within your team.

Embrace Flexibility & Autonomy

One of the key motivators for many employees is flexibility and autonomy. In a digital world where it’s easier than ever to work from home or set flexible hours, it makes sense to embrace this concept and allow employees greater freedom when it comes to their work schedules and tasks. A study by Deloitte found that when organizations gave employees more autonomy over how they worked, their job satisfaction increased by nearly 20%. Allowing greater flexibility also helps increase employee loyalty as they know that their employer values them as individuals rather than just another cog in the machine!

Provide Ongoing Training & Education

No matter how much experience someone has in their field, it never hurts to provide ongoing training and education opportunities for your team members. By offering courses that teach new skills or expand existing knowledge bases, you show your team members that you value their growth and development as professionals—which helps foster engagement with their jobs as well as loyalty towards your organization overall. Additionally, offering online courses allows remote workers access to educational resources regardless of location or time zone!


It’s clear that motivation isn’t something static; it evolves with each new generation of workers who bring different wants and needs from their job experience. To keep up with these changing times, employers should be willing to explore new ways of motivating their teams while still staying true to core concepts like recognition, autonomy, and education. With these strategies in mind, you should have no problem keeping your team inspired throughout 2023 and beyond.

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The Benefits of Embracing Self-Development in 2023

By Conqueror Team

With the new year comes a renewed focus on self-improvement and growth. As 2021 quickly fades into the past, now is a great time to look ahead to 2023 and start setting goals for yourself that will help you achieve success in the coming year. One of the best ways to reach your goals is through self-development. Self-development is about taking proactive steps to better yourself and maximize your potential. Keep reading to learn more about why making self-development a priority this year can help you set yourself up for success.

Gain Clarity

Self-development is all about gaining clarity about who you are, what you want out of life, and how to get there. It helps you identify areas where you need improvement and gives you the tools necessary to make those improvements. By taking time to reflect on your strengths and weaknesses, as well as the values that drive your decisions, you can gain a better understanding of yourself and use that understanding to chart a course towards success.

Increase Your Confidence

Another benefit of engaging in self-development is increased confidence. When we take time to focus on our skills, talents, and accomplishments, it boosts our sense of worthiness and helps us become more confident in ourselves and our abilities. By investing time in developing our skills, we can become more confident when tackling new challenges or opportunities for growth. Additionally, focusing on personal development can also help boost your career prospects because employers value candidates with strong communication skills who are open to learning new things.

Improve Your Relationships

Finally, engaging in self-development can also lead to improved relationships with others around us—both professionally and personally. When we invest time in improving ourselves it sends the message that we value ourselves, which can encourage others around us do the same thing or even push us further along our journey towards success. Additionally, working on ourselves can help us become better communicators which can foster deeper connections with friends, family members, colleagues at work—the possibilities are endless!

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How to Wake Up Feeling Motivated Every Single Morning

By Thomas Frank

Most of us deal with the occasional lazy, zero-motivation morning.

You know the feeling – you wake up knowing you have a bunch of stuff you need to get done, but you just can’t convince yourself to do any of it. 

So you sleep in instead. Or maybe you get up and waste time playing Mario Run on your phone. Before you know it, 11:00am has arrived and you’ve done nothing.

A reader asked me how to deal with this problem recently:

“Do you have any advice for someone who plans out everything the night before, but then loses all motivation the next morning?”

Even though my girlfriend likes to occasionally accuse me of secretly being a robot (which isn’t true – I love circulating oxygen through my clearly biological respiratory system and exhaling carbon dioxide as much as the next fellow human), I’m not immune to this problem.

However, I’ve learned a lot over the past few years that has helped me to make lazy mornings occur far less frequently. Today, I’ll share a few ideas that will help you achieve a similar level of consistent morning productivity and motivation.

At a glance, here are the solutions for increasing your morning motivation that we’ll be going over:

  • Experimenting with your schedule
  • Using a morning routine to build “productive momentum”
  • Reducing your intention-achievement gap with the Rule of Three
  • Leveraging “pull motivation” by doing one thing you love every morning

Beep boop… er, I mean, let’s get started.

Experiment with Your Schedule

I’m a sucker for articles that detail the habits and morning routines of authors, entrepreneurs, and other famous people. I’m talking articles like:

One interesting thing that I’ve learned from reading these kinds of articles is that the schedules of individual writers differed greatly. For instance, here’s how Haruki Murakami, author books like 1Q84 and The Wind-Up Bird Chroniclestarts his day when he’s in novel-writing mode:

“When I’m in writing mode for a novel, I get up at 4 AM and work for five to six hours. In the afternoon, I run for ten kilometers or swim for fifteen hundred meters (or do both), then I read a bit and listen to some music. I go to bed at 9 PM.”

This routine differs quite a bit from someone like Margaret Atwood, who once admitted to,

“…spending the morning worrying, and then plunging into the manuscript in a frenzy of anxiety around 3 PM.”

Yet both Murakami and Atwood have been incredibly successful authors. So have many others, all with differing schedules and habits. What this says to me is that there’s no perfect formula for success; you can structure your day in whatever way you see fit, as long as it helps you maintain motivation and drives you towards achieving your goals.

Furthermore, the contrast between the different authors’ schedules illustrates a divide between what I’m going to call morning maniacs and momentum builders. 

These are completely arbitrary terms that I just made up, but they fit my purposes for the moment, so I’m going to use them. And you can’t stop me because you’re too far away. 

Morning maniacs are the kind of people who can simply roll out of bed and start working on their most difficult, challenging tasks right away. Haruki Murakami is a morning maniac; Ernest Hemingway was one as well, as he revealed to George Plimpton:

“When I am working on a book or a story I write every morning as soon after first light as possible.”

By contrast, momentum builders are the people who need to wake up and build a bit of what I like to call productive momentum before they can really get into the swing of things. In other words, they need to do some small tasks to essentially get their brains into “work mode” before they can tackle more challenging ones.

Here’s the thing… it’s not always apparent which category you fit intoThat’s why the first thing you should do in order to start waking up more motivated is to experiment with your schedule.

Personally, I’m more of a momentum builder during the mornings – but I only know this because I’ve experimented with both types of schedules. If you haven’t, give it a try.

If you’ve never been a morning maniac, try getting up and immediately tackling the most challenging task on your daily plan.

If you don’t know which task to choose, look at your task list and ask yourself which task you feel the most resistance to starting. As Steven Pressfield puts it in The War of Art:

“Like a magnetized needle floating on a surface of oil, Resistance will unfailingly point to true North – meaning that calling or action it most wants to stop us from doing. We can use this. We can use it as a compass. We can navigate by Resistance, letting it guide us to that calling or action that we must follow before all others.”

Use the resistance you feel to guide you. If this schedule works out and you discover you’re a morning maniac, congrats!

One huge benefit that this kind of schedule brings is that it crosses off that most challenging task right away; once you’ve finished, everything else on your list should feel easy by comparison.

Build Productive Momentum with a Smart Morning Routine

If you discover you’re not a morning maniac, then you need to take a different approach to building that morning motivation. To start, let’s get back to that concept of productive momentum again and try to explain it a little better.

A few years ago, a friend gave me a piece of advice for when I was feeling particularly resistant to working on a big project.

“When you find yourself procrastinating,” he said, “Go do the dishes.”

His reasoning was simple: doing the dishes – or doing any simple, manual chore – is low-level work. It’s work that doesn’t require a ton of creativity or brainpower, and hence you’ll probably have very little resistance to starting it. By contrast, writing a paper or studying for a test brings a lot of resistance.

However, once you get into the flow of doing the dishes, you start to build up some productive momentum. Your brain goes into work mode. And once it’s there, you can use that momentum to carry yourself into those harder tasks that were so difficult to get started on before.

If you’re not a morning maniac, then you need to find a way to bake this process of building productive momentum directly into the start of your day. To do that, you need to set up an intelligent morning routine.

By picking a few simple, productive habits to do right after waking up, you can start your day off on the right foot and build up the momentum you need to jump into your task list with true intensity.

Here’s a brief look at my current morning routine, which I start at 6 AM every weekday:

  • Drink a half-liter of water
  • Feed my cat
  • Meditate for 5 minutes
  • Exercise (I hit the gym three days a week and do outdoor cardio on the other two)
  • Shower and dress
  • Cook and eat breakfast
  • Read for 30 minutes

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10 of the Best Poems about Resilience

By Interesting Literature

‘Resilience’ means a certain toughness in one’s psychological and emotional outlook: an ability to pick oneself up when life throws us difficulties and carry on regardless. This can be easier said than done, but resilience can be regarded as the cousin, if not quite the sibling, of hope and determination.

The following poems are, for our money, some of the best poems about being resilient and trying to overcome whatever challenges life throws our way.

1. John Keats, ‘To Hope’.

When by my solitary hearth I sit,
When no fair dreams before my ‘mind’s eye’ flit,
And the bare heath of life presents no bloom;
Sweet Hope, ethereal balm upon me shed,
And wave thy silver pinions o’er my head …

Written in February 1815 when he was just nineteen years old, ‘To Hope’ is one of John Keats’s early poems. Although it is not as celebrated or as polished as his more mature work, the poem is worth sharing for its positive message about being resilient and optimistic in the face of dark times.

When Despondency, Despair, and Disappointment assail the poet, he asks for Hope – which, like these other moods, is personified here with a capital letter – to come and brighten his outlook.

2. Emily Dickinson, ‘I took my Power in my Hand’.

I took my Power in my Hand —
And went against the World —
’Twas not so much as David — had —
But I — was twice as bold —

I aimed my Pebble — but Myself
Was all the one that fell —
Was it Goliath — was too large —
Or was myself — too small?

his poem from Emily Dickinson (1830-86) is short enough to be quoted in full here. Taking the story of David and Goliath, Dickinson likens herself to the young Biblical hero, with her Goliath that she goes up against being the whole world. Although the poem ends by acknowledging the speaker’s failure, the boldness and courage required to face the world make this poem worthy of inclusion in this list.

3. William Ernest Henley, ‘Invictus’.

Beyond this place of wrath and tears
Looms but the Horror of the shade,
And yet the menace of the years
Finds and shall find me unafraid.

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10 Best Inspirational Books to Help You Face Life’s Obstacles

By Julie Martin

We had a lot of fun creating this reading list of the best inspirational books for life’s challenges for our amazing readers at Everyday Power.

If life was supposed to be all about joy and happiness, we would love it a lot more. Everyone faces hardships, but your own troubles are the greatest burden to carry. No matter how minor your problem seems to other people, it still makes you feel bad. For example, a hard assignment may discourage you from continuing with your studies.

Maybe it’s time for a good book? In situations like this, the right source of inspiration can give you strength to carry on. Instead of blaming yourself and everyone else, you’ll find the meaning behind each obstacle and you’ll be able to rise from the ashes.

The only question is: which book should you start reading?

Inspirational books about how to level up in life

1. An Enemy Called Average by John Mason

Do you feel like a failure because you haven’t achieved anything extraordinary in your life? People’s creativity has been tamed by the limiting educational system. As a result, we lost touch with our need to be special. Is there a way to discover the hidden muse?

John Mason encourages you to push the limits. This is not your typical motivational book that talks nonsense and tells you to discover your own dreams. It offers practical principles that will lead you to success.

2. The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino

When you believe in yourself and you know you’re capable of helping others, you’ll find motivation to get through the hardest periods of your life.

Hafid is the perfect character to analyze. He was a poor camel boy who achieved a life of abundance. However, he did not use any ‘strategies’ for making money most people rely on – he simply tried to become a better man.

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3. Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach

This is still the perfect book to pick up when you need a motivational boost. Most gulls didn’t bother to learn more than the simplest methods of flying, because eating was what mattered. Jonathan was different, and different was considered wrong.

As you keep reading, you realize that everyone has a higher purpose in life. If you have an ambition and you know you were meant to follow it, other people’s opinions don’t matter.

4. The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment by Eckhart Tolle

Oprah Winfrey has talked about this book many times, saying that it helped her get through more crises than she could count.

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17 things successful people do on Monday mornings

By Jacquelyn Smith 

Monday mornings are the most critical time of the workweek — they set the stage for the day and week ahead.

“Because you’ve stepped away for a couple days, these back-to-work mornings are the most memorable for the rest of the week,” says Lynn Taylor, a national workplace expert and the author of ;”Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job.”

“They influence your mindset in a positive or negative way, depending on what actions you decide to take,” Taylor says.

Most successful people are keenly aware of the typical Monday-morning workplace dynamic of unanticipated events, overflow of communications, and general chaos. “But after weathering hundreds of them, they realize they must gain control and stay upbeat,” Taylor explains. “They take extra steps to compensate for this busy time of the week, and apply their best management skills to ensure that the day unfolds as smoothly as possible.”

Here are 17 things successful people do on Monday mornings:

1. They wake up early

Successful people go to sleep at a decent hour on Sunday night, get a good night’s sleep, and wake up early Monday morning.

“When the alarm goes off and the voice tells you that you went to bed far too late to get up this early, or that five more minutes won’t hurt, DON’T LISTEN!” writes Ciara Conlon for Lifehack. “When you are in charge of the inner voice, there will be no stopping you.”

2. They exercise

Working out gets your circulation going and helps you stay alert, putting you at an advantage for a productive week ahead. “You’ll get your endorphin rush, which will help your mood, too,” Taylor says.

3. They eat a healthy breakfast

On Monday morning, you want to handle everything you have control over. Eating breakfast is one of those things. “You don’t want to be staring at the clock, awaiting lunch time as your stomach growls at morning meetings,” she says.

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10 Reasons Why Confidence Leads to Success

By Time Management Ninja

Last week I read a post on the Harvard Business blog entitled, “Less-Confident People Are More Successful.”

Its premise was that people with low self-confidence work harder and thus, are more successful.

I strongly disagree with this idea.

So much so, that I thought I would write the counter view.

Today, I want to discuss the reasons why confidence leads to success.

Lack of Confidence Leads to Inaction

The post referenced was written by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic. I was not the only one who objected with the concept, as many of the comments voiced similar dissent.

Less confidence does not lead to success.

To the contrary, it leads to holding back.

It leads to shyness. Inaction. And often, missed opportunities.

Lack of confidence results in inaction and not standing up for oneself.

It results in missed chances and setting the bar too low.

Believing in yourself is what allows you to rise up and reach your potential.

Confidence In Yourself

When I speak of confidence, I am not talking about blind arrogance. Those that are overly confident fall into yet another category.

However, I am referring to the self-confidence needed to believe in one’s own skills, goals, and ability to succeed.

When you believe in yourself you are more likely to take action. To stand up and seize the moment. And to persevere long after those who doubt themselves.

Here are 10 Reasons That Self-Confidence Leads to Success:

  1. The Drive to Start Things – Confident people start things. They are not shy about striking out on a new idea even when those around them are still pondering it.
  2. The Ability to Stand Up for Oneself – Confidence allows you to stand up for yourself in a fair and consistent manner. Otherwise, you may find yourself unheard or unfairly treated.
  3. The Ability to Say No – Confident people have the ability to say “No” where appropriate. They do not take on unnecessary or inappropriate work or obligations.
  4. The Ability to Say Yes – And at the same time, confident individuals say “Yes” to opportunity. They do not miss new options because they are shy. I have seen individuals’ pass up opportunities (even promotions) because they didn’t think they were “worthy.”
  5. Confidence Overcomes Fear – Lack of confidence can lead to paralysis from fear. Fear of failure. Fear of what others think. Fear of the unknown. To succeed, you need the confidence to face and overcome your fears.
  6. The Drive to Start Things – Confident people start things. They are not shy about striking out on a new idea even when those around them are still pondering it.
  7. The Ability to Stand Up for Oneself – Confidence allows you to stand up for yourself in a fair and consistent manner. Otherwise, you may find yourself unheard or unfairly treated.
  8. The Ability to Say No – Confident people have the ability to say “No” where appropriate. They do not take on unnecessary or inappropriate work or obligations.
  9. The Ability to Say Yes – And at the same time, confident individuals say “Yes” to opportunity. They do not miss new options because they are shy. I have seen individuals’ pass up opportunities (even promotions) because they didn’t think they were “worthy.”
  10. Confidence Overcomes Fear – Lack of confidence can lead to paralysis from fear. Fear of failure. Fear of what others think. Fear of the unknown. To succeed, you need the confidence to face and overcome your fears.

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