Happy Holidays everyone!
After what seemed like a good half a year of constant searching, questioning, and introspection, I finally have came to the conclusion I'm an ISFJ. Reading this forum only solidifies it.
That being said, I'd love to know what books everyone has read to have helped them out along the way. It's tough, but I feel like I want to do more cool and meaningful stuff in my life but in ways I keep sabotaging myself/getting discouraged. However, with some reading I've at least become more optimistic, skillful, and optimistic. Here're some books that I've read recently myself that were very beneficial.
I started off with this (the book that made me want to read more books, hence why I'm asking here!).
The Slight Edge- Jeff Olson
The War of Art- Steven Pressfield
Bird By Bird- Anne Lamott
The next few books may be offensive for some here, and I'd highly suggest doing some research prior. It apparently has turned some worlds upside down. I myself have not finished all the books yet, and have only slightly begun the process.
Spiritual Enlightenment Trilogy- Jed McKenna
The Theory of Everything- Jed McKenna
I'd love to read everyone else's suggestions. I'd prefer nonfiction though, but if you have a very entertaining novels to read, I'd appreciate the recommendations!