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101 moments of joy and inspiration / Gaston, Meredith
One hundred one moments of joy and inspiration
'Our thoughts shape our worlds,' says Meredith Gaston, author and illustrator of Tucked In, and to help you make a better world for yourself and your loved ones, she has created an inspiring book filled with ideas to help you cultivate the power of joy in your own life. Beautifully illustrated, these words provide a balm to the soul.

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Be fearless : 5 principles for a life of breakthroughs and purpose / Case, Jean.

Change (Psychology)
Conduct of life
Courage
Organizational change
Social change

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Best self : be you, only better / Bayer, Mike

Self-actualization (Psychology)
Self-realization

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Brave, not perfect : fear less, fail more, and live bolder / Saujani, Reshma

"Girls Who Code CEO inspires women to chose bravery over perfection - to live a fuller and more rewarding life. From an early age, women are taught to play it safe. Well-meaning parents and teachers urge girls to be careful on the playground so they don't get hurt, steer them to activities at which they can shine, teach them to sit quietly and strive to be liked. Boys, on the other hand, are encouraged to speak up, get dirty, play rough, climb to the top of the monkey bars - and fall down trying. In short, boys are taught to be brave, while girls are taught to be perfect. Of course, cautious girls grow up to be cautious women, terrified to stumble, say the wrong thing, or get any less than the "A". At school, at work, and at home they strive to do it all, with a smile and not a hair out of place. That is, until they realize that in the real world, no one is giving out gold stars, it's impossible to look "flawless" after being up all night with a crying baby, and the road to achievement is in fact not paved with diligence and caution. Meanwhile, opportunities have passed them by and happiness has slipped further out of reach. In a book inspired by her viral Ted Talk, Saujani aims to stop this paradigm in its tracks. By pursuing things we think we suck at, by rethinking the impossible standards we set for ourselves, and by realizing that the messy edges are what make our lives rich and interesting, she says, we can let go of our need to be perfect and rewire ourselves for bravery"--Provided by publisher.

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Calm the f*ck down : how to control what you can and accept what you can't so you can stop freaking out and get on with your life / Knight, Sarah
Calm the fuck down
Anxiety
Calmness
Conduct of life
Self-actualization (Psychology)
Self-help techniques -- Humor.


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Changing Lanes : the first XXV / Obeng, Augustine

Life change events
Self-actualization (Psychology)
Self-realization
Obeng, Augustin.

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Confidence creator / Monahan, Heather

The key to reaching your personal and professional goals and living the life of your dreams lies in the power of confidence. If you don't have it, don't worry. Heather Monahan will show you how anyone can master the essential techniques to building confidence and becoming your best self. In Confidence Creator, Heather offers a resource she wishes she had when she was younger. Using personal stories from her life and career, Heather illustrates the tough lessons she learned along the way that helped her develop the self-assurance necessary for getting what she wanted in life. You'll discover how to determine your number-one enemy, attract the right people, find your voice, and more. Whether you've never had confidence or have lost it due to a breakup, divorce, unemployment, or another one of life's challenges, this book gives you the tools to take charge of your life and create your own confidence. --

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Girl, stop apologizing : a shame-free plan for embracing and achieving your goals / Hollis, Rachel

Self-actualization (Psychology) in women
Self-esteem in women
Success

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Help me! : my perfectly disastrous journey through the world of self-help / Power, Marianne

Character
Self-acceptance in women
Self-help techniques
Success -- Psychological aspects