For the last 6 months several of us have been meeting every 2 weeks to discuss a book that we have chosen to read. We have read some incredible books and will continue to add to this list. If you have suggestions, leave them in the comments.
Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, T Harv Ecker
This book is one that absolutely changed my life. I keep a copy of this in my library and have gone back to it many times. Rereading it with the group was very helpful and motivated me to make some significant changes, stretch myself financially and continue to follow my plan.
Relentless, Tim Grover
This book is an in your face look at who you are, where you want to go and why you are either getting there or not. Tim Grover trained Michael Jordan in his prime and stayed around for 15 years. He has been the trainer and coach for so many top performers in basketball and learned much from his time with them. This book is full of lessons, take aways and motivation. Highly recommended.
The Power of Positive Thinking, Norman Vincent Peale
This is an old school but outstanding book that could easily change the lives of just about anyone who reads it. I highly recommend this book, especially if you are unfamiliar with the Law of Attraction.
The 10x Rule, Grant Cardone
Want to get motivated to live the best life possible? Want to supercharge your business, your personal life, relationships...anything? Grant Cardone is a hustler. He gets after it and shows you how to get after it too.
Ego is the Enemy, Ryan Holiday
Easily one of the best books I have ever read. Highly recommended to figure out how to understand the role of Ego in your life.
The Road Less Traveled, M Scott Peck
We got alot out of this one. In a strange way, it is similar in message to my favorite book on this list...or any list. "Self-control is the essence of Peck's brand of self-help. He says: "Without discipline we can solve nothing. With only some discipline we can solve only some problems. With total discipline we can solve all problems." A person who has the ability to delay gratification has the key to psychological maturity, whereas impulsiveness is a mental habit that, in denying opportunities to experience pain, creates neuroses. Most large problems we have are the result of not facing up to earlier, smaller problems, of failing to be 'dedicated to the truth'. The great mistake most people make is believing that problems will go away of their own accord.
This lack of responsibility will damage us in other ways. Our culture puts freedom on a pedestal, yet Peck recalls Eric Fromm's book Escape From Freedom, which looked at people's natural willingness to embrace political authoritarianism. It is referenced to support Peck's belief that, when it comes down to it, we shy from real freedom and responsibility."
That is from a book analysis. I recommend this book is on your list at some point.
Mindset, Carol Dweck
One of the most powerful books ever written. Dweck analyzes two mindsets; a Fixed mindset and a Growth mindset. If you are a parent, this is an absolute must read.
Extreme Ownership, Jocko Willink and Leif Babbin
Easily my favorite book that I have read in the last 20 years. I gave this book to everyone in my office and suggested that they read it because Extreme Ownership is the culture of my company. If I could only suggest one book, THIS IS IT! I have read it at least 5 times.
The One Thing, Gary Keller
Super powerful and capable of turning anyone's life into a very successful one. Follow Gary's advice and watch as your goals become reality. Gary was probably not an Olympic quality athlete, nor could he pass BUDs but his philosophy is comparable to Jocko Willink and Leif Babbin in Extreme Ownership. This one should definitely go on top of the list.
On Fire, John O’Leary
John was burned on 100% of his body when he was a small boy. His life was forever changed. On Fire is a story of his struggle to regain his life, his independence and achieve great things. I could never do this book justice in a few lines. JUST READ IT.