The ultimate mindset/motivation books thread

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I've been reading How to win friends and influence people. So far its one of the best books ever.

Do you know any other similar books?
 
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Grant Cardone's The 10X Rule and Earl Nightingales' Lead the Field.
Axiom from Grant Cardone: Treat "Average" like a terminal disease. Surround yourself with exceptional thinkers and doers.
 
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I've been reading How to win friends and influence people. So far its one of the best books ever.

Do you know any other similar books?
Napoleon Hill - Think and Grow Rich (1937)
Napoleon Hill - The Law of Success in 16 lessons (1928) I believe this is a four volume set.
Should be able to find these books out there on the interwebs without having to buy them.
 
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Mindset by Carol Dweck is a great examination of how people can either stifle or encourage their growth based on their...well, mindset.

Mastery by Robert Greene (also wrote 48 Laws of Power and The Art of Seduction, as well as a book I think is grossly underrated, The 50th Law) is one I've just started reading, and it's clear that Greene really has a gift for inspirational writing and highlighting actionable steps and attitude switches.
 
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I recently began reading Pitch Anything by Oren Klaff. I'm interested in learning more about this type of method.
 
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Mastery by Robert Greene (also wrote 48 Laws of Power and The Art of Seduction, as well as a book I think is grossly underrated, The 50th Law) is one I've just started reading, and it's clear that Greene really has a gift for inspirational writing and highlighting actionable steps and attitude switches.
I second the recommendation on Mastery. I also recommend The Tao of Pooh for learning how to handle the vicissitudes of life and changing your outlook on life. Sure, the book revolves around Pooh bear, but there's a lot of genuine motivational passages included in the book.
 
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  • "The Alchemist" by Paulo Coelho.
  • The popular, 7 habits of successful people.
  • Feel the fear and do it anyways by Susan Jeffers.
  • The Four Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferris (I like the audiobook)
 
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