As fans no doubt noticed, Kanye West returned to Twitter with an absolute vengeance after a four-year absence from the platform, firing off a week-long tweet storm that left many excited, some concerned for his and frankly, everyone pretty baffled. Many of his tweets included some succinct insight and wisdom that wouldn’t look at all out of place in a self-help book.
Is West a madman or a guru? It’s hard to say, but here is a list of self-help books that he might enjoy.
West should read The Power of Love by James van Praagh. Praagh's book describes the transformative power of love that West might really identify with.
West should read The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level by Gay Hendricks Ph.D.. West is an advocate for fearlessness, so he might enjoy Hendricks's book about how overcoming fears leads to success.
West should read You are a Badass by Jen Sincero. Since he's all about self-love these days, maybe West would enjoy Sincero's book aimed at elevating readers' self-esteem.
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West should read Louder than Words: Harness the Power of Your Authentic Voice by Todd Henry. West definitely proved he's not afraid to be himself, so Henry's book about empowerment and the "authentic voice" might be a hit for the rapper.
West should read The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. Kondo's all about decluttering the house to achieve peace of mind. And it looks like West is on the same page.
West should read The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. Byrne says that by visualizing and believing in the reality a person wants, it can be achieved. Maybe this is West's secret?
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