The 5 Best Motivational Audiobooks In 2019, Because It’s Fun To Feel Empowered While On The Move
- ‘Remember This When You’re Sad’ by Maggy Van EijkDescribed as “a book for mad, sad and glad days (from someone who’s right there with you),” this audiobook is your guide for coping with life’s ups and downs.
At 27, Remember This When You’re Sad‘s author Maggy Van Eijk went through the worst mental health crisis of her life thus far. After the dissolution of a relationship, losing friends, nearly getting fired from her job, and making a lot of really bad choices, Van Eijk realised something needed to change.
This book is a beautiful, brutal, and honest account of anxiety and depression, and getting through the tough times.
- ‘Quiet: Learning To Silence The Chatter & Believing That You’re Good Enough’ by Fearne CottonBoth written and read by Fearne Cotton, this audiobook will help to lift you out of all those self-doubting and self-hating blues and get you on your way. In Quiet, the TV and radio presenter examines the reasons why we doubt ourselves and speaks to the people who helped her to accept her own flaws. Through this book, Cotton seeks to help people silence their inner critic.
- ‘No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work’ by Liz Fosslien & Mollie West Duffy“Do I shake my boss’ hand or give her a hug? Did I forget to mute my phone on the conference call? Does sending this email at 11 p.m. make me look impressive or unprofessional? Is it rude to reject my colleague’s friend request on Facebook? Should I be more strict with my employee?”
Any of these thoughts sound familiar?
Well, if so, these gals have the guide for you. In No Hard Feelings, Liz Fosselien and Mollie West Duffy pick apart the emotional and social complexities of surviving in a modern work environment, and help you understand how to harness the strength and positivity of your emotions in order to succeed.
- ‘Being An Adult: The Ultimate Guide To Moving Out, Getting A Job And Getting Your Act Together’ by Lucy Tobin and Kat PooleOK, so, maybe one for those in the younger age bracket, but also, y’all, I know that, if you’re honest with yourselves, there’s a butt-load of stuff that still leaves you scratching your head regularly when it comes to adulting.
Tax returns, savings accounts, what needs dry cleaning and what doesn’t need dry cleaning. It’s a minefield, guys.
I feel like this is stuff you are supposed to know by the time you are in your 20s but, real talk, it is 2019 and everyone is still a big baby.
- ‘Love For Imperfect Things: How To Accept Yourself In A World Striving For Perfection’ by Haemin SunimFrom the mind of Buddhist monk Haemin Sunim, Love For Imperfect Things is brimming with brilliant spiritual advice, maxims, and wisdom. Laden with life lessons about how to embrace the imperfect — because our flaws are what make us unique — this book is ideal for those who are too tough on themselves.
(Text Source: Bustle)