Best Self-Help Books
This classic by Maxwell Maltz is considered by many experts in the field to be the grandfather of all self-help books.
Although it was written in 1960, Psycho-Cybernetics is just as relevant more than 55 years later. That's because the root cause for most of our psychological and emotional ailments has always been, and still is, the mind, or as Maltz explains, our "boundary-setting self image." His timeless tenets offer a road map for self-image improvement and better quality of life. Examples include self acceptance, developing courage and seeing crisis situations as opportunities. Our favorite quote: "Your most important sale in life is to sell yourself to yourself." Sold!