Recommended Reading

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As I prefer to lead a minimalist life, I no longer buy physical books because once you have read it you need somewhere to store it and also as I mentioned in the post, So You Read a Book, its harder to make use of the actionable content when you are reading a physical book.

Thus for those 2 reasons I prefer to use the Kindle app on my cell phone for reading and the desktop app for extracting the actionable content.

You can get the free Kindle software here

So below are the books I have found useful for clarifying my thoughts and honing my activity.

The-Go-Giver

The Go-Giver

John David Mann & Bob Burg

The core mantra of this book centres around the phrase “Easy to do, easy not to do.” and this Jeff contends is the core difference between those that are successful and those that never achieve their true potential. I have to admit I agree with him, even though all too often I choose the latter part of that phrase!

The-Slight-Edge

The Slight Edge

Jeff Olson

The core mantra of this book centres around the phrase “Easy to do, easy not to do.” and this Jeff contends is the core difference between those that are successful and those that never achieve their true potential. I have to admit I agree with him, even though all too often I choose the latter part of that phrase!

Secrets-of-the-Millionaire-Mind

Secrets of the Millionaire Mind

T. Harv Eker

No matter how hard you work, unless you think and act like a millionaire, you will never become one. Thankfully the necessary simple thought and action shifts required to change your mindset and behavior are clearly illustrated in this book. However following on from the Slight Edge, just because they are easy to do means they are…

The-Happiness-Advantage

The Happiness Advantage

Shawn Achor

When you are happy, you work and think better and luck appears to be always by your side. However this is not how many of us are naturally wired or all too often we fall into a negativity trap and the exact opposite happens in our life. You can use the 7 principles to free yourself for ever from the negativity trap.

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