Top 5 Books for Personal Growth

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The old truth is that you can’t help others before you help yourself. If you are about to open a Brow Salon or start a new job as a Brow Stylist there are surely plenty of questions and thoughts going through your mind.
These 5 books are a great inspiration and motivation to help you work and grow yourself and your business fast and effectively.

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The First 90 Days.

This book is a must-read for when you are transitioning into a new role in the salon from stylist to (assistent) manager. It will teach you about how to most effectively collect knowledge for your new role; how to develop a strong bond with new colleagues and how to deal with psychological and physical changes in a new environment.

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Everything Is Figureoutable by Marie Forleo

Are you dreaming about starting your own Brow Business or thinking of other enterprises but you feel slightly anxious about it?

Then this is the perfect book for you.

Even Though most self-help books offer quick solutions, Everything is Figureoutable will retrain your brain to think more creatively and positively when it comes to setbacks. If you have trouble solving problems or achieving your dreams, don't doubt yourself. It's just that you haven't found that one believe that changes everything.

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Your Money Or Your Life.

9 Steps to Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Achieving Financial Independence

For more than twenty five years, Your Money or Your Life has been seen as the book to regain control over your life through changing your relationship with money. Surely, you want your Brow Salon to be successful but the truth is that just beautiful brow results won’t get you there. Next to satisfied customers as a businesswoman you need to think about maximizing your money flow. But how do you do that in the most effective way, both for your company and on a personal level?


How can you achieve that in business and personal life?

This book covers modern topics such as investing in index funds, managing income streams like side businesses and freelancing, tracking your finances online, and having difficult conversations about money.

This book also presents how to:
• Get out of debt and develop savings;
• Save up money and build good habits, rather than strict budgeting

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What a Time to Be Alone.

The Slumflower's guide to why you are already enough

You feel like you’re growing careerwise, maybe you just got your Brow Stylist or Brow Henna Certificate and you’re about to pursue your goals but you still have a feeling like you’re not there just yet.

In What A Time To Be Alone The Slumflower is your life guru and best friend. She will show you that being alone is not only okay; It’s just about the best thing that ever happened to you.


Like she said: 'You are a badass and you are on this earth for a reason.' It’s about time you realize that.

This book also shows you how to:
- Realise your self worth, take time to heal and empower yourself in this chaotic world.
- Avoid negativity and realise that everyone is protecting themselves from something - regardless on how aggressive their methods may be.
- Sustain and grow healthy relationships and avoid toxicity in friendships.

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Essentialism by Greg McKeown

Are you struggling with information-overload? Have you ever felt both overworked and underutilised? Do you ever feel busy but not productive? If you answered yes on these questions the way out is essentialism.

Essentialism means challenging the core assumption of "We can have it all" and "I have to do everything" and replace it with striving for "the right thing, in the right way, at the right time."


There is always something to learn when it comes to self development. Also, perfection should not be the end goal, but becoming the best version of yourself is. Be patient with yourself and be proud of everything you have already achieved.