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List of books I've read recently



What is your favorite book? For me, it is a true classic and one that I have taken with me where ever I have gone over the past eight years. Before we get into it, here are some of the books I have recently read (audio book included)


1. The Divine Comedy - Dante Alighieri

2. The Secret of the Ages - Robert Collier

3. Magic Words - Tim David

4. My Right To My American Opinion - Jeff Baird (authored by a previous client)

5. The Liberty of Our Language Revealed - Thomas Blackwell

6. The Pillars of the Earth - Ken Follett

7. The Brothers Karamazov - Fyodor Dostoyevsky

8. Banker to the Poor - Muhammad Yunus

9. Your Next Five Moves - Patrick Bet-David

10. Brief - Joseph Mccormick

11. On Grand Strategy - John Lewis Gaddis

12. The Complete Book of Five Rings - Miyamoto Musashi

13. The Art of War - Sun Tzu

14. George Washington's Secret Six - Brian Kilmeade / Don Yaeger

15. Atlas Shrugged - Ayn Rand

16. A Short Account of the History of Mathematics - W.W. Rouse Bal

17. The Rationing - Charles Wheelan

18. The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money - John Maynard Keynes

19. The Road to Ruin - James Rickards

20. Fed Up - Danille DiMartino Booth

21. Zero to One - Peter Thiel / Blake Masters

22. Lombard Street - Walter Bagehot

23. Naked Money - Charles Wheelan

24. The Little Book of Common Sense Investing - John C. Bogle

25. Educated - Tara Westover

26. Discrimination and Disparities - Thomas Sowell

27. Game Theory - Ken Binmore

28. Basic Economics - Thomas Sowell

29. Think and Grow Rich - Napoleon Hill

30. How To Raise Successful People - Esther Wojcicki

31. A Brief History of Time - Stephen Hawking

32. Game-Changer - David McAdams

33. How to Own Your Own Mind - Napoleon Hill/ Don Green

34. Outwitting the Devil - Napoleon Hill

35. Man's Search for Meaning - Mark Viktor Frankl

35. You Were Born Rich - Bob Proctor

36. Never Lose a Customer Again - Joey Coleman

37. How to Believe - Carl Jung

38. Leadership and Self-Deception - the Arbinger Institute

39. Secrets of World Class - Steve Siebold

40. The E-Myth Revisited - Michael Gerber

41. Franklin D. Roosevelt - Robert Dallek

42. Hyperfocus - Chris Bailey

43. The Productivoty Project - Chris Bailey

44. 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management - Kevin Kruse

45. You Can't Teach A Kid To Ride A Bike At A Seminar - David Mattson

46. Unf*ck Yourself - Gary John Bishop

47. How to Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie

48. Peaks and Valleys - Spencer Johnson

49. The Creature From Jekyll Island - G. Edward Griffin

50. The Richest Man in Babylon - George S. Clason

51. Who Moved My Cheese - Spencer Johnson M.D.

52. Self Leadership and the One Minute Manager - Ken Blanchard and Susan Fowler

53. Have A New Kid By Friday - Kevin Leman

54. The New One Minute Manager - Ken Blanchard / Spencer Johnson

55. Lords of Finance - Liaquat Ahamed

56. Hold On To Your Kids - Gordon Neufeld / Gabor Matè

57. Secret of Secrets - Osho

58. Public Speaking To Win - Dale Carnegie

59. The Practice of Pure Awareness - Reginald A. Ray

60. The Big Short - Michael Lewis

61. The Illusion of Time - Eckhart Tolle

62. Wherever You Go There You Are - John Kabat-Zinn

63. Transcending The Ego - Eckhart Tolle

64. No Self. No Problem - Anam Thubten / Sharon Roe

65. The Undefeated Mind - Alex Lickerman

66. Meditation in Action - Chögyam Trungpa

67. Lucid Dreaming - Robert Waggoner


I've got more to add! Always be learning.


What books have you read that are not on this list that have positively impacted you?


Maybe I'll share what my number one read soon!


In the meantime, what's your favorite book?

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