I love to read. My Kindle is filled with at least a hundred books at any given time, covering all sorts of topics.
Whenever I'm online and see one of the many posts out there listing great books, I always make sure to bookmark it for later.
So I figured, why not create my own?
I've read a ton of books on all sorts of topics. From business to selling to networking, and some have really been stand out amazing.
Here are a few of my favorites:
The Millionaire Real Estate Agent by Gary Keller
A classic of course, and a book everyone who is interested in real estate should read.
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
Another classic, in it Hill interviews many of the successful business titans at the time and shares their secrets, hint: it's all about mindset.
The Millionaire Next Store by Thomas Stanley and William Danko
A fascinating look at the common characteristics of many millionaires and what separates them from the rich in name only. Lots of tips on how to approach success and manage money.
Choose Yourself by James Altucher
Great for anyone who has struggled with confidence at times. James tells his story and helps you focus on what really matters: you.
Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook by Gary Vaynerchuk
If you want to get into social media of any kind, this is the book to read. It has tons of photos and case studies. Gary V, as he is known, is one of the best social media experts out there.
80/20 Sales and Marketing by Perry Marshall
Perry got me into the 80/20 Rule and there has been no looking back. Learn to make more sales doing less work. This really helped me focus in on the things I do well.
How to Be a Power Connector by Judy Robinett
Judy is a super connector, and in this book she shares her secrets of building an amazing "power grid" of people. Perfect for anyone in a business where your network matters.
Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod
There are actually two in this series (on real estate focused), it's a program to get focused and motivated, and there's also a Facebook group.
The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown
Brown teaches us how to stop trying to be perfect, accept our mistakes and embrace our authenticity. It's great for anyone who is in the sales industry.
The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber
Must read for business onwers teaches the concept of working for your business vs working on your business and the huge differences between them.
These are just a couple of my favorites, of course I have plenty more I'm still waiting to read.
What about you, what are some of the books you've found really helped you grow your business and brand?