Inspirational Books

Mindset:
Lifes golden ticket (Brendon Burchard):
Notes from a friend (Tony Robbins):
Sam The Magic Genie (Brian Mayne):
Twelve Pillars (Jim Rohn & Chris Widener):
I'm worth more (Rob Moore):
Who Stole My Mojo? (Gary Bertwistle):
The Slave (Anand Dilvar):
Who Moved My Cheese (Dr Spencer Johnson):
What to Say When You Talk to Your Self  (Shad Helmstetter):
Think and Grow Rich (Napoleon Hill)
Stop Thinking, Start Living (Richard Carlson):
Untethered Soul (Michael Singer):
Life in Half a Second (Matthew Michalewicz):
The Slight Edge (Jeff Olson)
The Compound Effect (Darren Hardy)
Whale Done! The Power of Positive Relationships (Ken Blanchard)
The One Thing (Gary Keller)
The Chimp Paradox (Dr Steve Peters) - bit heavy going
Business/Life:
Life Leverage (Rob Moore):
Routine = Results (Rob Moore):
Three Feet from Gold
Will it make the boat go faster (Ben Hunt-Davis)
The Go-Giver: A Little Story About a Powerful Business Idea (Bob Burg and John David Mann)
Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone To Take Action (Simon Sinek)
The Business Coach (Brad Sugars)
Take Your Shot (Robin Waite)
The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It (Michael E. Gerber)
Money:
The Illusion of Money (Kyle Cease)
Rich Dad Poor Dad (Robert T. Kiyosaki)

 

 

 

 

 

More books (and some repetition - the details below need tidying up!! LOL) 

A list of books/audios that I have read/listened to and massively recommend, I have two other lists online one is my Amazon Wish List (feel free to buy any of them for me) and the other is a Google Spreadsheet that I have asked others to contribute to. I have also just added many of my collection at GoodReads).

You can buy these books via www.bookdepository.com where they offer free delivery or of course via Amazon.co.uk which is great if you have signed up as an Amazon prime member for free next day delivery!!

Other useful links:

Below is my own organised lists though:

Everyone SHOULD Read these:
  • Think and Grow Rich
  • Rich Dad, Poor Dad
  • The Go Giver
  • Whale Done
  • The One Thing
  • What to say when you talk to yourself
  • The Slight Edge (Jeff Olson)
  • The Compound Effect (Darren Hardy)
  • Three Feet from Gold
  • Get out of your own way
  • Get The Edge
  • Will it make the boat go faster (Ben Hunt-Davis)
  • Appreciation Marketing
  • Notes from a friend (Anthony Robbins)
  • Twelve Pillars
  • The War of Art (Steven Pressfield)
  • Stop Reading Self Help Books (Kate Lester)
  • JFDI (Kate Lester)
  • Success Magazine (Darren Hardy)

These are great to read:
  • Big Fish, Little Fish
Books recommended by others... I'm yet to read:
  • Mans Search for Meaning
  • Start with Why (Simon Sinek)
Books I've read... but not quite as important as the ones above:
  • The Now Habit
Books that I own and am waiting to read
  • The Dip
  • Do the Work
  • Delivering Happiness
Pretty much anything by...
  • Jim Rohn
  • Zig Ziglar
  • Tony Robbins
  • Darren Hardy
Free Audio

You can also get a lot of audio books on YouTube and if you use www.vidtomp3.com you can download them as mp3 for listening on your phone etc

EG the great grandfather of all personal development books "Think and Grow Rich":
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wt2KkIpVZwg

Some Business Books with links!
Brad Sugars' "the business coach" (http://amzn.to/2fB34on) is good for teaching how to grow your profits as is a new one that's similar but more up to date "take your shot" (http://amzn.to/2xyKvbj) by Robin Waite
 
Also, depends what you need, "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" (http://amzn.to/2hyQdnc) by Robert Kiyosaki is a must read for all, bit especially a business owner to understand money better...
 
Darren Hardy's "Compound Effect" (http://amzn.to/2yunrac) is excellent for teaching you about how small changes over a long period can have a big impact!
 
Then there is the very excellent "Life Leverage" (http://amzn.to/2ytZU9A) by Rob Moore which teaches you how to outsource your activities so you can have more free time to spend with your family...
 
I should also mention out Brad Burton who has written 4 books (http://amzn.to/2k5I22z), which I understand are excellent, although I've not read them yet myself!...