This book is filled with so many amazing life advices, or “laws” of life. I will highly recommend reading “The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth” if you into self-development and if you have a growth mindset ✨
“The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth” is written by John C. Maxwell who is a bestselling author, coach and speaker. He is known as America’s #1 leadership authority and has trained millions of leaders from all over the world.
This book is filled with all the wisdom he has gained through his life, and the “laws of life” that he has come to explore.
The book is divided up into 15 chapters – where he writes about each “law” in each chapter.
There is so much gold in this book, and so much valuable knowledge and tips for life. I can highly recommend this book for everyone who is into personal development and growing as a person.
“Life goals are reached by setting annual goals. Annual goals are reached by reaching daily goals. Daily goals are reached by doing things which may be uncomfortable at first but eventually become habits. Habits are powerful things. Habits turn actions into attitudes, and attitudes into lifestyles”
“You can visualise tomorrow using it as motivation to grow, but if you want to actually grow, your focus needs to be on today”
“If you want to grow, don’t try to win big. Try to win small”
“As we think in our hearts, so we become”
“Growth doesn’t come from staying in your comfort zone”
If you haven’t already noticed, I could have written waaaay more quotes for you, but I’ll try to keep it short – but I pretty much highlighted the majority of the book, because I was just so inspired when reading it!
I would LOVE to know if you have read any good books lately? Comment here, or write to me on Instagram! 💕
Today I want to share with you what I read in 2019 & what’s on my reading list for 2020. I hope this post can give you some book inspiration ✨📖
If you are like me – then you love books! I’m always on the hunt for another great book to read. I love all kinds of books, but especially within the self-development & holistic health genre. So if you are into the same, then you might find some inspiration in this post.
Last year I sat a goal for myself to read 20+ books, and I managed to do so! I read 21 books, and I absolutely love how much I have learned & I just love to keep expanding my mind and worldview.
What I read in 2019: – “Rise Sister Rise” – Rebecca Campbell – “Idiot’s Guide to Ayurveda” – Sahara Rose – “Shine” – Andy Cope & Gavin Oattes – “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success” – Deepak Chopra – “Money and the Law of Attraction” – Esther & Jerry Hicks – “Think & Grow Rich” – Napoleon Hill – “Gut” – Giulia Enders – “Intelligent Cells” – Bruce Lipton – “Brain Maker” – David Perlmutter – “The Beauty of Dirty Skin” – Whitney Bowe – “Creating Affluence” – Deepak Chopra – “Creative Visualization” – Shakti Gawain – “Atomic Habits” – James Clear – “Holistic Dental Care” – Nadine Artemis – “Eat that Frog!” – Brian Tracy – “The Magic of Thinking Big” – David J. Schwartz – “Light is the New Black” – Rebecca Campbell – “The War of Art” – Steven Pressfield – “The Seat of the Soul” – Gary Zukav – “You are a Badass at Making Money” – Jen Sincero – “Find Gaven i Dine Forældres Skilsmisse” – Ida Golriz
I loved all the books, but the ones that really had a big impact on me was “The Magic of Thinking Big“, “Brain Maker” and “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success“. I would also highly recommend my dear friend Idas book “Find Gaven i Dine Forældres Skilsmisse” if your parents are going through a divorce, or if you are a parent going through a divorce.
Now on to the next topic – what I then want to read in 2020. I have sat the same goal for myself this year, that I want to read 20+ books, and I already have a lot of great ones on my hand, waiting to be explored.
What I want to read in 2020: – “Awaken the Giant Within” – Tony Robbins – “Energy Medicine” Jill Blakeway – “The Tapping Solution” – Nick Ortner – “Kaizen” – Robert Maurer – “Bevidsthedens Udstråling” – Frank Lorenzen – “Super Attractor” – Gabrielle Bernstein – “Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself” – Joe Dispenza – “The Code of the Extraordinary Mind” – Vishen Lakhiami – “Wishes Fulfilled” – Wayne W. Dyer
But as I said, I’m always open for new books, and my 2020 list haven’t reached 20 books yet, so if you have any good recommendations, please share them with me in the comments! I would also love to know what’s on your reading list for 2020? Lots of love x ✨📖