5 MUST READ Books for Personal and Business Development
I love reading and aside from reading, I love sharing what I've read of course.
Here's the thing and you'll hear me say this time and time again, your business will grow at the rate at which YOU grow.
Also, they say that the average millionaire reads one book per week. If that's true, I have a lot more reading to do;-).
Anyway, here is a list of some of my all time favorite books. I swear by these books for both personal and business development and I can't wait to share them with you.
The title says it all. I was introduced to this book almost 20 years ago and it changed my life. In it, he breaks down the difference between owning a business and owning a job and there is a difference. He also discusses how to truly become finally independent and it's not what you think.
#2 The Martha Rules by Martha Stewart
She wrote this after she got out of prison and it’s a great book about how she built her multimillion dollar businesses. Plus she shares her decades of insight for starting and growing a business empire of your own.
#3 The One Thing by Gary Keller, founder of Keller Williams
This book is EVERYTHING! It shifted my entire perspective on what's REALLY important and what's not. It is truly about learning to master the ONE THING in your life and business so that life feels more effortless.
#4 The Shift by the late Dr. Wayne Dwyer
This one is a DVD and whenever things are feeling a little off center in my life, I pop it in. It helps you to put your business, career, spirituality, and life into perspective. Not to mention, Dr. Dwyer was a masterful coach and teacher.
#5 Upfront; An Entrepreneurs Quick Start Guide by Dr. Terré Holmes, Carla Jones, and Angel Radcliffe
If you’re starting a new business or you’ve been in business for less than 5 years, this is a great resource book to help you get started and set your business up properly, establish business credit, and build a bad ass brand.
If you want to learn what else is on my list, CLICK HERE.
What are some of your favorite books on business and personal development? I’d love to know.