What is the one thing you can do to live an intentionally successful life?
I’ve always believed that no one can progress beyond their depth or breadth of knowledge. Some of the world’s greatest leaders, thinkers and innovators are able to create great things and inspire us to do amazing things because they take time to read.
When you’re always learning, you’re always growing. If you find time to invest in yourself this way, you’ll never regret it.
Simply put: readers are leaders.
The wonderful thing about reading is that it’s a cost-effective way to develop yourself and to guarantee your success.
So, we’ve listed 7 life-changing books under $7 (electronically!) that will inspire you, guide you and prepare you on your personal success journey.
(I’ve even read some of these myself - multiple times!)
Dr. Schuller shows you how to maintain a positive self-image and outlook, regardless of your current circumstances. No matter how tough times get, you have the ability to rise above them and be all the better because of those challenges.
This is a timeless classic. In one of the greatest personal development books of all time, Napoleon Hill draws upon the stories of successful businessmen and leaders to explain the laws of success, which are still as applicable today as they were in 1937 when this book was written.
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to master the art of relationships, this book is a gem. Dale Carnegie teaches time-tested principles for creating successful, mutually beneficial, authentic relationships with others.
If you’ve ever wanted to read a book that has influenced some of the world’s powerful leaders and most successful CEOs, you’ll definitely want to invest in this one. Covey teaches you how to operate with integrity and in the spirit of service to become effective in every area of your life.
Clason shares that keys to success and wealth-building lie in the secrets of ancient figures. Learn how to plan for your future and secure wealth for generations with this classic.
Robbins illustrates that everyone has a sleeping giant of greatness within them and Robbins teaches you how to take control of every area of your life when you read this inspirational book.
In probably the #1 personal finance book of all time, Robert Kiyosaki debunks the myth that one needs to earn a high income in order to be wealthy.
Which books have inspired you the most?