What's the best book about motivation that you can recommend?

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The Millionaire Fastlane by MJ Demarco is the book which I found very motivating
 
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I am not a good reader and I rarely read a book. I struggle to complete reading a book but I really wanted to make it a habit to complete one book per month. The first one that I am planning to read is The Goal Program from Zig Ziglar. Any other books you can recommend? Thanks in advance!
The Untethered Soul and Yiddishe Kop: Creative Problem Solving in Jewish Learning, Lore and Humor (it's kinda spiitual-oriented but excelent to be more motivated, in a weird way.
 
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Agree with @smithy anything by Jim Rohn is going to help you. But I like to look at this motivational stuff in phases, consuming this stuff in a logical order.

Foundational: Start here, don't worry about any tactics or strategy just get your mind right boss
-Jim Rohn/Tony Robbins (Jim was Tony's mentor)
-Zig Ziglar - learn the basics of selling
-Earl Nightingale - the strangest secret (and his other stuff too)
-Others in this genre of motivational stuff

Strategy: You've got your mind right now you need a general direction. This will obviously depend on your personality, strengths, and skills but assuming entrepreneurial type person.
-Frank Kern mind control
-10x rule GC
-The Slight Edge
-Russell Brunson - anything he puts out is gold
-Once you chew on those you should be primed for specifics...

Tactics: You've got your mind right, you have a general direction you want to go in and you've got a baseline of knowledge, now get ultra specific
-Private forums like stack that money
-this forum has great information
-mentorships
-any ultra specific blueprint from a proveable authority on the topic, ie... zero doubt this person has been successfull doing the EXACT thing they are promising to teach you.

Ultimately, in the end none of those things will substitute for doing the work and actually launching a site or a product/service and executing. That's where you really learn and I'd recommend consuming motivational stuff 10% and working on your own stuff 90% of the time. I've whittled my motivational stuff down to only during my gym workout sessions (5 per week).
 
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I dont know if you have read The Four hour Work Week by Tim Ferris.

The title is super click baity and really doesnt actually make you work less IMO, but a classic book to make you more productive and smart about your work :smile:
 
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I've read a lot of these kinds of books and most are useful--I find that it really helps me to reinforce ideas over and over from different angles and by different authors. The most recent, which I am rereading actually, is Jen Sincero's You Are a Badass at Making Money.

And although this one is in e-book format, I go for audiobooks very often for their ease of use and the true ability to multitask with them--like on walks. Those who have a harder time parking and just reading might like this option too. If I can get two things done instead of just one, why not.
 

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How to win friends and influence people. recommended read if you havnt read it. Rich dad, poor dad series was pretty mind opening to me also in my younger years. check it out lil french fry(small tuber).
 
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