Personal Development Book Recommendations

by BJ on September 28, 2013

Hi, guys!

Today I just wanted to share with you some personal development titles that can help you in your growth.

So here are my book recommendations:

T Harv Ekker – Secrets of The Millionaire Mind

This is the book I am reading right now. The author is a millionaire, obviously. The book is great and focuses on the right mindset you need to have to become wealthy and successful. Because success and money comes from the person you become, from the way you think and act and nothing else.

Bottom line of this book is that the thoughts we have about money decide how much money we would have. So everyone must start from having the right mindset about wealth to become wealthy.

Robert Kiyosaki – Rich Dad Poor Dad 

This book is one of my all time favorites. It started it all for me – all this personal development journey and the idea that you can take control of your life no matter what your background is. For that matter, anything from Kiyosaki is worth reading.

When I was just 19 I happened to come across this book about two dads – one who had all the training and education but ended up broke, and one who had nothing more than a secondary school degree and ended up one of the wealthiest men in the state of Hawaii. So, thank you Robert Kiyosaki for starting my personal development journey.

Bryan Tracey – Maximum Achievement

When I read this book, I just loved it! Every single chapter had practical advice which I could apply to my life immediately. Success starts from you guys, so start reading these books today!

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