My reading list is always growing instead of shrinking, even though I average reading a book per month. Reading is what inspires me most but also what teaches me the most important lessons I’ve learned in my life. I want to learn more and understand different perspectives, and reading is my favorite way to do so. If you only read a few books this year read these:
High Performance Habits by Brendon Burchard
I read this masterpiece after consumed hundreds of other books on personal growth and habits, and I still found so many valuable lessons to apply in my daily life. This book is the ultimate must-read for anyone who wants to level up her performance and life in general.
You Were Born Rich by Bob Proctor
I know the title is provocative, this is one of my favourite books about the law of attraction and wealth. Bob Proctor is one of the few people who are teaching universal laws for several decades, and this piece is a collection of anything you need to know to finally attract all the greatness you truly desire. It’s actually not only about making money and being rich but about designing a life you truly love.
The Four by Scott Galloway
Even though it was published in 2017, it’s a must-read for anyone who wants to understand how today’s most significant companies operate and what we can expect from these businesses in the upcoming years or even decades.
The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin
This one book is a step-by-step guide on how to create a happier, more joyful life without much effort. Rubin describes her own happiness project, which she practised for 12 months and openly shares which strategies best worked for her and how you can apply them as well. Most of the advice provided is so simple yet effective that you will be surprised.
Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert
Gilbert teaches how to be creative despite fears and uncertainty and where innovative ideas actually come from. An absolute must-read for anyone who is holding herself back from pursuing her dreams and hesitating to take the next big leap in life.
The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss
Ferriss teaches so many strategies on how to live better and build lasting, automated businesses. This sounds like too much to cover in a single book, but he truly delivers the value. But as long as it’s not required reading in any school in the world, it’s worth mentioning.
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