Top Motivational Books Used by High Achievers

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Top Motivational Books Used by High Achievers 


 Top Motivational Books:

1. Summary – Zero to One by Peter Thiel 

The author, Peter Thiel, the co-founder of Pay-Pal presents in his book a collection of lessons and lectures full of pieces of advice and hints for startup companies. “Summary Zero to One” is a worth reading, educational book and also a great source of help for anyone who wants to start their own business.

 

2. The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom

by Don Miguel Ruiz and Janet Mills

“The Four Agreements” teaches you how to transform your life into a new experience of freedom, happiness, and love. The bestselling author Don Miguel Ruiz reveals what is the source of the self-beliefs that rob us of joy and makes us suffer.

 

3. Now, Discover Your Strengths

by Marcus Buckingham  and Donald O. Clifton  

“Now, Discover Your Strengths” may very well change the way you’ve been thinking. This book corrects the lie many of us were told as children that “anyone can be anything they want to be”, and while that may be unsettling at first for some of us to hear, it’s remarkably freeing. Rather than pursue vocations that we have no hope for being successful at or find joy in doing, this book teaches that if we pursue those things we’re wired to do not only will we be happier, we’ll be successful.

 

4. The Right Stuff

by Tom Wolfe

Tom Wolfe’s book, “The Right Stuff”, is, at minimum a well-written chronicle of the Mercury Program in the early days of space flight in the US. Additionally, it adds a perspective you would not find in other historical documents. It effectively weaves the fears, joys, rivalries – essentially the emotional impact of the era – on the men who flew the space missions and the families who waited behind, and how they all endured the scrutiny of the press and public.

 

5. Search Inside Yourself: The Unexpected Path to Achieving Success, Happiness (and World Peace)

by Chad- Meng Tan (Author), Daniel Goleman (Author), Jon Kabat-Zinn (Author)

A great resource for anyone looking for new practical perspectives to try in the workplace and in one’s personal life. This book humorously and scientifically ties together happiness, peace of mind, relationship building and strengthening, and joy and satisfaction with self and life.

 

6. Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose

by Tony Hsieh

“Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose” is a very interesting book that presents real world stories about how to do what you are passionate about, build a culture, grow an organization, and deliver happiness to the world! 

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