My Favorite Business Book RecommendationsJan 10, 2024
Do you have a favorite business or personal development book?
People often ask me which books are my favorite, and which books I’d recommend they read. This is a response to that great question.
There are different books that I’d recommend for various areas of life - marriage, parenting, investing, health, various aspects of the Christian life, and so on.
In addition to the #1 personal growth and development book ever written, the Bible, with the desire of helping others to grow and develop further as a person, and learn mindsets and skill sets that will set them up for success in their professional and financial lives, the following five books are ones I would highly recommend.
Below is a brief explanation of each of these five books. Enjoy!
Book #1: How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie
Simple, practical things we can do to positively impact others, others to us., and build stronger relationships.
Book #2: The Energy Bus by Jon Gordon
10 rules to fuel your life, work, and team with positive energy.
"Always remember that you are the driver of your bus. It’s the most important of the rules because if you don’t take responsibility for your life and control of your bus then you can’t take it where you want to go.” - Jon Gordon
Book #3: The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy
A powerhouse about how small, positive actions, done consistently over time, can create monumental results in your life.
“You will never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.” - Darren Hardy
Book #4: The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod
The not so obvious secret guaranteed to transform your life before 8AM.
”The moment you accept total responsibility for everything in your life is the moment you claim the power to change anything in your life.” - Hal Elrod
Book #5: Go Pro by Eric Worre
These principles helped my bride, Nicole, and me create a six-figure passive income in less than 18 months, with a $75 investment and just 20 hours per week of my time.
“The greatest benefit isn't getting what you want. The greatest benefit is what you'll need to become in order to get what you want.” - Eric Worre
Back to You
I hope you find these books helpful in assisting you to achieve your goals, dreams, and life plan. I’d love to hear from you. What's one of your favorite books and why?