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10 Books to Invest in

This article may contain affiliate links. Read full disclosure here.For the sake of your own future and success, I have compiled a list of books.

These book themes range from business, investing, and money, to personal growth, values, and introspection.

What they all have in common is that they will definitely change your perspective on dreams, goals, and achieving them.

If you want to succeed in changing your mindset and obtaining valuable knowledge, I suggest you checkout at least one of these books and the link at the bottom of the article.

1. Crushing It! by Gary Vaynerchuk

What’s special about this book is that is so modern and specifically applicable to the internet age we are living in.

If you are even slightly interested in marketing or media, you should delve into this one first.

2. Think and Grow Rich! by Napoleon Hill

Perhaps one of the most entertaining and introspective books I’ve read.

Napoleon Hill does a great job of outlining the habits and actions that successful person do to reach their goals.

3. The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau

If you know yourself as a naysayer or a person of excuses, please read this book.

It will show you just how possible anything in life is.

4. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson

To truly achieve happiness, one must cut the “b.s.” and accept reality.

Mark Mason sends this message through his awesome, fun, and infinitely valuable self-help guide.

5. Ask by Ryan Levesque

This serves as the perfect guide to figuring out what your audience wants.

If you’ve ever doubted your content, read Ask.

6. Good to Great by Jim Collins

I hadn’t read a business book with so much fact and research to back its claims.

This is an awesome switch from opinion-based books to facts and statistics.

7. Zero to One by Peter Thiel

8. Start with Why by Simon Sinek

Sometimes, businesses worry too much about money, and not about purpose or helping others.

Simon Sinek makes this vast point by entailing the traits that make a leader great.

9. The 80/20 Principle by Richard Koch

Google Books: “Koch outlines how with the 80/20 principle we can achieve much more with much less effort, time and resources simple by

concentrating on the all important 20% thus controlling events instead of being controlled by them, and with several times the results.”

10. Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert B. Cialdini

You’ll learn the basic principles of persuasion, and how you can use them to get people to get on board with your ideas.

After reading this, you will also learn to defend yourself against persuaders who might not have your best interest.



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