Book Recommendations

If I had penny every time I’m asked what books I’d recommend, I’d be 37p richer.

All seriousness, books have changed my life. I’m convinced it’s the way of getting ahead.

 

I tend to gravitate towards philosophy and psychology –

 

Here’s a few recommendations:

The Six Pillars Of Self-Esteem – Sentences in this book are strung in such a way that can lead to epiphanies.

The Laws Of Human Nature – It’s the biggest book I’ve ever read at 600+ pages, but absolutely worth it and teaches you a lot about personality types.

Meditations by Marcus Aurelius – Absolute essential bedside book.

Atomic Habits – Full of so much value. Our habits decide are life, so why would you not learn about them?

Principles by Ray Dalio – Imagine a book in which a billionaire investor gives away all of his life’s lessons. Not just in life but in business too, you can learn so much by just this book alone.

The Way of the Superior Man – Great for guys who are unsure of how to be a man of action and purpose.

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Mitchell Pannell
Student
1 year ago

Just ordered Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio, gunna be the first book I’ve read all year but got to start somewhere!

Clancy Smith
Student
1 year ago

7 Habits of Highly Effective People is also a gold read! Will check these out bro

Tom Stockton
Administrator
1 year ago
Reply to  Clancy Smith

This one’s on the list next for me!

Mo Samuels
Administrator
1 year ago
Reply to  Clancy Smith

Banging read

Clancy Smith
Student
1 year ago
Reply to  Clancy Smith

Atomic Habits and Principles both coming in the mail today!

Ben Smith
Apprentice
Achiever
1 year ago

Meditations/The Daily Stoic have both been key books for me this year!

Mo Samuels
Administrator
1 year ago

Waking up Sam Harris, The Go Giver and the power of discipline have been my recent favourites

Théo Gandolphe
Student
Achiever
1 year ago

12 rules for life by Jordan Peterson is an absolute must read in my opinion. He combines personal experiences, applicable notions and spiritual concepts to explain what he sees as the 12 rules we should live by in order to grow and be fulfilled.

Last edited 1 year ago by Théo Gandolphe
Boris Lenárt
Student
1 year ago

7 Habits of Highly Effective People
So Good They Can’t Ignore You
The Motivation Manifesto
The Power of Now
How to Win Friends and Influence People

ABSOLUTE BANGERS !

Jack Humpage
Student
Achiever
1 year ago

Not A Life Coach – James Smith. This book made me have some serious perspective changes.

Ben Smith
Apprentice
Achiever
1 year ago
Reply to  Jack Humpage

Listened to the first book on audible, may pick up the new one as a physical copy as I’ve heard nothing but positive reviews about it.

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