Since the breakdown I suffered in 2015, I have read and listen to a lot of mindset change books. In this blog, I share my favourite mindset change books in the hope that you will find something you love and learn from. I would love to hear which books you have enjoyed and have helped you improve your mindset.

If you find a mindset change book you love, all you have to do is click on the picture of the book and you can get right to it. I would love to hear from you about your favourite mindset change books too.

Counselling for Toads
Robert de Board

If you love a great story which teaches you something then Counselling for Toads is for you. De Board has written the book very much in the style of The Wind in the Willows', an old childhood favourite of mine. The book takes you through the story of Toad receiving counselling for depression.

This book gives great insights into how we become who we are from childhood onwards. It tells how our experiences and relationship particularly when we are very small make us who we are. It is a great tool for anyone needing support with their mental health. For anyone considering counselling, the book gives an overview of what that journey might look like.

Apart from all that, it's a great story read very well which gives moments to smile and reflect throughout.

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The Art of Being Brilliant
Andy Cope & Andy Whittaker

This brilliant book had me laughing out loud when I listened to it on audible. The book is a practical guide to positive psychology and positive thinking. It gives lots of tips to help you improve the way you relate to yourself and the world delivered with great British humour.

At various points in the book there are very funny footnotes which add even more humour to the delivery. I listened on audible but I am sure it reads very well too.

If you want to learn some top tips to be your best brilliant self whilst laughing your socks off, this book is for you.

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How Not to Die
Michael Greger, MD

This book has had me saying 'Wow!' over and over again. If you are interested in nutrition and how to eat the optimum diet this book is for you. If you would like to avoid some of the most unpleasant and degenerative ways to die then this book is for you. 

The book is packed full of science backed conclusions about the best way to eat in order to live a long and healthy life. It then covers in detail some key changes you can make to your diet to help you live a longer and healthier life. Highly recommended!!

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Loving What Is
Byron Katie

I listened to this book some time ago on Audible.

The main premise of the book is in the title. Byron Katie tells us that when something happens in our lives that we don't like or someone treats us how we don't want to be treated, we have a choice. Either feel good about it or feel bad about it. She stresses that this is our choice!

In many parts of our lives we have to experience things which may not be our preference but imagine what it would be like if we never let the things going on around us change how we feel.

You can save yourself a whole lot of stress by just 'Loving What Is'

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‚ÄčThe Big Leap
Gay Hendricks

I recently listened to this book on audible. It is probably one which I will listen to again in the future.

In the book, Gay explains the concept of the upper limit problem. He says that this can stop us achieving our full potential. It is caused by our subconscious mind deciding that we belong in a particular income bracket, relationship, home etc. As we try to achieve success, our subconscious mind tries to stop us by making us behave in unhelpful ways.

Gay gives some great tips to help overcome the upper limit problem. Worth a read to get those tips and overcome the blocks which are stopping you fulfilling your potential.

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