9 Best Self Help Audiobooks

Don’t have time to read a classic self help book, though you have been promising yourself you are going to do so for months? Pick up one of these audiobooks to start improving your life on your commute or while you are cleaning the house, just by listening.

1. The Four Agreements by don Miguel Ruiz

Four Agreements

If you have lately felt trapped, miserable or detached, from yourself or from others, this audiobook written by don Miguel Ruiz and narrated by Peter Coyote uses both modern and ancient Toltec worldview to give you guidelines to help you live a freer, happier and more loving life than you ever have before. It is a read filled with wisdom and inspiration that will change the way you think about the way you live your life.

2. Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress Free Productivity by David Allen

Getting Things Done

David Allen, writer and narrator of the audiobook about how to accomplish more in your life, wants to help his audience achieve the optimal work life balance they have always dreamed of. It is a more modernized update of his classic book, so that people can better relate his advice to some of the issues we are facing in the 21st century. Stress is a part of life, but it does not have to be your whole life.

3. Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth by T. Harv Eker

Secrets of the Millionaire

Is managing money something you struggle with on both a personal and professional level? Finances and success sometimes go hand in hand, but figuring out how to manage your money often seems overwhelming and impossible. T. Harv Eker’s audiobook features a helpful strategy for figuring out how to gradually increase your income over time and think like a millionaire. You will learn strategies to help you both spend and save when it is most suitable to you and how to apply these lessons to your everyday financial life.

4. Easier Than You Think: The Small Changes That Add Up to a World of Difference by Richard Carlson

Easier than you Think

Sometimes when we decide there is something in our lives we want to improve, we make the mistake of falling for the false belief that change needs to be big, and it needs to be fast. This does not work in areas like health, finances and relationships: change takes time. The only way to make change happen, therefore, is to take small steps toward new habits, beliefs and behaviors. Richard Carlson will teach you how to begin to make small changes in your daily life that will eventually lead to larger changes – as long as you are patient enough to take things one day at a time.

5. The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz

The Magic of Thinking Big

Have you ever tried reading a motivational book or listened to a motivational speech that sounds inspirational but doesn’t actually teach you how to make any changes in your life? David J. Schwartz has managed to write and narrate an audiobook that not only tells you that you can be better, but shows you how to improve your life. You can be happy and fulfilled while working harder, and this audiobook will give you actionable advice for doing just that.

6. The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle

The Power of Now

As people striving for success, we have been told time and again to always look ahead to the future. In doing that, we are also required to look to the past, to learn from our mistakes so we can do better next time. In engaging in those behaviors, we forget something very important to our happiness and well being: the present. Eckhart Tolle wrote and narrated this audiobook to help you learn to spend more of your time in the Now, so you can be happier, healthier and more successful. The past is behind you and the future is yet to come: the Now is where you really need to be.

7. Awaken the Giant Within by Anthony Robbins

Awaken The Giant Within

If you ever find yourself feeling dissatisfied, craving something even though it seems on the outside you have everything you need, you are not alone. Many of us want more than what we have, often for good reasons. Anthony Robbins believes everyone has more potential locked inside them than they have allowed themselves to utilize. His audiobook will teach you how to awaken that part of you that wants to do and be more, so you can finally find an outlet for that craving you never knew had a purpose before.

8. Eat That Frog: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done In Less Time by Brian Tracy

Eat That Frog

One reason many of us procrastinate is because there is one thing, out of a list of many other things, that we do not want to do. We try to do everything else first, but we are too distracted and weighed down by that one thing we are dreading. The saying goes that if you start each morning by eating a frog, you will be able to tackle any obstacle thereafter – because you have already done the worst thing you will do all day. Brain Tracy uses this concept to show you how to stop procrastinating, get done what you need to get done and spend less time avoiding your responsibilities.

9. The Secret: Law of Attraction Guide for Absolute Beginners by Napoleon Hill

The Secret

This is a short but worthwhile (less than 45 minutes) audiobook about how to get what you want by working for it. What comes easily to some may not come easily to you, but that might be because you aren’t following the right steps. Napoleon Hill will teach you how to achieve the financial, personal, professional goals and success you have always wanted to achieve. Listen carefully, and move your life forward the right way.

If you think you are too busy to improve your life, think again. These self help audiobooks have been narrated just for you. Wherever you go, carry around with you the promise of a better life.