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PopWrapped | Books

3 Self Help Books To Help You Be The Best Geek You Can Be

Elissa Smith | PopWrapped Author

Elissa Smith

Updated 03/7/2017 10:15pm
3 Self Help Books To Help You Be The Best Geek You Can Be | self help
Media Courtesy of Chris Hardwick

There are plenty of self help books out there, but what about ones that will help out the geeky portion of the population? These three reads are guaranteed to appeal to your nerdy side while also dispensing some words of wisdom!

Super You:  Release Your Inner Superhero

by Emily V. Gordon

Looking for a really helpful approach to self improvement with a super hero twist?

This book is filled with tasks and personal anecdotes from the author to help turn you into a super version of yourself, only with the added bonus of superhero fun facts.

This book not only teaches you more about yourself, but also about your favorite heroes from comics and movies, all with the end goal of turning you into a superhero version of yourself.

The Nerdist Way

by Chris Hardwick

I don’t have to explain what the Nerdist is, do I?

Between the website, the podcast, and Hardwick’s own stand up routines, the Nerdist has become a go-to for fanboys and girls everywhere.

But an organization like that has to start somewhere, and The Nerdist Way will help you balance all aspects of your life, including taking care of your body and managing your time, to lead you to greatness.

The downside? The book has been out for a while now, so some of the online resources are no longer available.

Still, there’s a lot to be learned from this one, so definitely pick it up if you get the chance.

The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck

by Mark Mason

I only just finished reading this one, and it’s unlike any other self-help book I’ve ever picked up.

Filled with stories of both well known celebrities as well as personal stories about the people Mason knows, this book is all about reprioritizing your life and focusing on the things that really matter.

It’s not a book about total apathy, but about knowing where to direct your energy to lead a more fulfilling life.

What makes it especially effective is that the author doesn’t beat around the bush—he’s extremely blunt and direct and let’s you know just what you’re doing wrong and what you can do to fix it.

Are you going to pick up any of these self help reads? Let us know in the comments section!

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