Autumn is here, and for many of us it’s time to get back to work…:)
If you are anything like me and you love to have a really good book in your hands – or in your Kindle –here are a few recommended reads for you that will help you in your business.
The books are not about marketing, but instead they are about mindset.
Having the right mindset to run and grow your business is so, so important and here are the ones that I have read, love and recommend.
They aren’t new, but they are some of the BEST, and I try to re-read them every year!
1. Attitude Is Everything: Change Your Attitude… Change Your Life!
Whenever you want to change something in your life, you know deep inside that you need to know your actions, your thoughts and most importantly, your attitude. This book by Jeff Keller has three sections: think (the routes of success are in your mind), talk (be careful about what you say) and action (God helps the ones who take action now).
The trick is to re-read it every time you have the chance!
2. Rich Dad Poor Dad
Because financial education is a topic that I love, this book caught my whole attention back in 2008. I couldn’t let it leave my hands, and I finished it in just couple of days It absolutely captivated my whole attention and I have been a Robert Kiyosaki fan since then. In 2010 I even went to the UK to attend the first Robert Kiyosaki event in London. It’s a great book to read if you want to learn about money management and having the right mindset regarding your relationship with money.
3. Think and Grow Rich
This is one of the best book out there when it comes to to achieve your goals. The book teaches thirteen steps to riches: Desire, Faith, Autosuggestion, Specialized Knowledge, Imagination, Organised Planning, Decision, Persistence, The Master Mind, Transmutation, The Subconscious Mind, The Brain, and The Sixth Sense.
Napoleon Hill’s success principles are as relevant today as they were 100 years ago; Hill teaches you to think differently, and it is a must read and re-read. I have had this book for quite some time now, but let me tell you that everytime I re-read it I get something new from it.
4. The 4-Hour Workweek
Tim Ferriss’ book is a must-read and re-read every time you have some free time. The four sections—define, eliminate, automate, and liberate—show you how to streamline your life and your business. Reading it, you have a lot to learn about creating a “mobile lifestyle” for yourself and the right mindset to attain to achieve that.