Make More of Yourself While Asking Less of Yourself

# 7min

Considering the wide range of self-development books we all read, it can often seem like they offer conflicting advice. For every book that conveys the importance of banning distractions to achieve more, there’s another that implores us to give ourselves grace and be okay with doing less. But these books really don’t conflict at all — they give us different perspectives on the same overarching mission: to become more of who we are. For some of us, that means finding a way out of distracting or unhelpful habits. For others, it means breaking free from the pain of perfectionism. This month, we’re exploring three unique books – Swipe: The Science Behind Why We Don’t Finish What We Start, Stop Circling: Steps to Escape Endless Roundabouts, and Embrace Your Almost: Find Clarity and Contentment in the In-Betweens, Not-Quites, and Unknowns – that all tackle self-improvement from a unique lens, with each offering their own powerful insights to explore.

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