Great Reads

These are all great books that I have read and highly recommend.

Live Intentionally: A 90 Day Self-Project is a fantastic book about creating self-discipline and a better mindset. It is also takes the time to encourage you to take action. This book comes with a worksheet to help you keep track of your progress.

You can tell Harsh Strongman took great care in producing this as it’s contents are well written, and easy to process. He has a very direct approach to bettering yourself and allows you to watch your progress as you go.

If you are struggling to find your place, or need some motivation to get started, reading this book and follow it’s program will take you a long way. I highly recommend that you give it a read. Try the program out, and if it doesn’t work for you, Harsh Strongman offers a 30-day money back guarantee.

I regret never reading this book sooner. It has plenty of stories that all have lessons to teach on how to master yourself and your finances.

It speaks about the rules to growing wealth, how to maintain that wealth, and how to create a lasting income stream. It uses rules and methods from ancient times, but it is still extremely applicable today.

I love this book because it uses stories to teach you a lesson instead of plain text. It makes for a much more engaging book.

The information is easy to digest and is a very enjoyable to read.

Think and Grow Rich is known to be one of the most famous financial self-help books out there. The actionable advise is hidden in plain sight and it may take a few reads to see it. None the less, the premise stands true. Think and you will grow rich. It teaches about several principals and attitudes the most successful people in history had, and how you can immitate them.

The book is encouraging. It does a great job of letting you know that through desire, persistence and self-discipline, anything you put your mind to, you can do. 

This book is written by one of the founders of Paypal. It talks about start ups and how and why they succeed. This book will teach you how to start a successful company and how to be a good leader.

Peter Thiel talks about how competition is actually bad for a new business and how big businesses get around being seen as monopolies. Throughout the book Thiel teaches you how to think outside the box to do something new and different. At the very least, do something better than everyone else.

Overall, its a great read with a lot of actionable advise.

There was a time when I was struggling big time with my ability to control my urges and find the motivation to work through slumps.

This book taught me many valuable lessons. It provided me with some tips and tactics on how to stay focused and disciplined. In fact, it was one of the driving forces for me to start taking action in my day to day activities. I used to be the type of person to put things off until I absolutely had to get the task done.

I’m now able to focus on bigger and better things because now I’m actually doing instead of sitting on my butt all day, pushing things off until I can’t anymore.