1. The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy
This book is about success and how to achieve it, step-by-step.
The best thing about this book is that it does not contain any false promises regarding high achievements.
No fluff or meaningless philosophy, only undisputed fundamentals that will lead you to results.
Darren Hardy, publisher of SUCCESS magazine has done an excellent job creating the operating system called The Compound Effect. This book should be read, studied and lived by.
2. Maximum Achievement by Brian Tracy
This is a manual that can improve the quality of your life dramatically.
Brian Tracy, the author of this book and one of the world’s leading authorities on success and personal achievement, has put 30+ years of wisdom into this masterpiece.
He walks through all the life struggles and obstacles and shows how to thrive by unlocking your inner powers.
Nothing magical, just hard work, perseverance, and a detailed plan for realizing your true potential.
Health, Family, Finance, Business…everything is covered!
3. Rich Dad Poor Dad by Rober Kiyosaki
This is the very first self-development book I read in my life. It has shifted my mindset from top to bottom.
Every single person who wants to become financially independent should read this book at least once. (I did it about 5 times)
In Rich Dad Poor Dad, the #1 Personal Finance book of all time, Robert Kiyosaki, the author, shares the story of his two fathers: his real dad, whom he calls his ‘poor dad,’ and the dad of his best friend, the man who eventually became his mentor and taught him financial education principles that allowed Robert to become rich.
4. The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferris
This book has long become a classic of the genre.
Do you want to live anywhere else? Would you like to work less and earn more? (no joke)
How about living the lifestyle you want and deserve?
If the word “Yes!” pops in your mind, this book should definitely be in your bookshelf!
Tim Ferris will teach you how to manage your time, eliminate distractions, escape a 9-5 job, and join the new rich.
5. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
This list would not be complete without this literary treasure.
It has helped millions of people fulfill their potential and make their dreams come true.
The author dedicated his life to studying the most successful people in the US. He found out that they all share similar traits and tactics for achieving astonishing results.
Think and Grow Rich will be one of the greatest investments you ever make.
6. Discipline Equals Freedom by Jocko Willink
When Jocko Willink has somethings to say, you stop whatever you are doing, listen, and learn. When he writes a book, you’d better get it as fast as you can and start becoming a better version of yourself.
No nonsense(I meant BS) manual on how to be a warrior in daily life. How to destroy laziness, anxiety, and inner fears. It teaches you the success principles that will support you through your lifetime. This book helped me deal with depression and carry on.
7. Awaken The Giant Within by Tony Robbins
Tony Robbins is an iconic figure in the world of self-development.
All of the books that were written by this ultra-successful man have become international bestsellers.
Awaken the Giant Within is arguably his best work. In this book, he shares with the reader’s valuable lessons that he learns through years of practice and hard work. He has interviewed hundreds of world’s wealthiest people and became one of them.
If you want to take total control of your life, your present, and the future, this book will be your starting point.
8. Mastery by George Leonard
Has anyone ever called you a true master? Would you like to be the one? An undisputed authority that people are recognized as the world’s greatest expert in the field.
George Leonard reveals the secrets that allowed the biggest “talents” in the world to become extremely successful in their areas.
Every amateur who wants to become professional and every professional who wants to become an expert should apply the principles outlined in this masterpiece.
9. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma
The true wisdom is infinite and timeless.
Robin Sharma, the author of The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari shares a very inspiring story about the lawyer and the monk who had an earthshaking conversation about life, love, health, time, and money.
It is one of those books that you will find yourself rereading over and over again and still find something new between the lines.
Start living in harmony after reading this excellent work.
10. 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene
Where does the power come from? The one that makes people respect or admire you. The one that conquers the cities and countries.
This insightful book shows people how to obtain this kind of power. It teaches you how to nurture it and preserve it. The author tells you how to use power to protect yourself from nasty people and to help people who do not have it.
If you want to know how to control somebody or run a company, inspire people or mentally destroy them, this book is exactly what you need