Personal Development

Books I have Read or Currently Reading

Over the years I have read quite a few books that have motivated me and inspired me. I feel others may gain from reading these as well. I personally try to read daily. I don’t read a whole lot at a time, but I feel it is important to continue growing and learning. This is only a small list of the many books I have read. I plan to continue to add to the list.

As a person building a business this is a habit you should develop. In fact Beachbody recommends you do 10 minutes of audio and read 10 pages a day.  Also you should be investing more in yourself than your business. If you continue to invest in yourself your skills will improve and the leader in you will start to emerge. You will become valuable to others and when that happens your business will grow.



  • Magnetic Sponsoring by Mike Dillard (read) This book teaches you how to get sponsors coming you without having to chase them. This is a must read if you are in any Network Marketing Business.
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  • Make Today Count by John C. Maxwell – This book was pretty easy to ready and filled with great advice. You can never go wrong with John Maxwell
  • The One Minute Millionaire by Mark Victor Hansen and Robert G. Allen (read) – It is two books in one filled with great strategies and motivation. I really enjoyed this book. It really got me thinking how to get started making my own money and started my journey.
  • Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki (read) This book changed my way I thought about making money. This is a must read for any network marketer and anyone thinking about getting into that business. You will learn a completely different way to think and learn how a wealthy person thinks. Be prepared to think outside the box after reading this one.
  • Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill – Every business person, entrepreneur, network marker needs to read this book. It is a timeless classic full of very useful information. Don’t just read this one, but apply what you learn and practice it daily.
  • How to Sell Network Marketing Without Fear, Anxiety or Losing Your Friends! (Selling from the Soul. Ancient Wisdoms. Modern Practice) by Michael Oliver – Here is another must read if you are in any kind of sales or network marketing this book will teach you how to communicate to people without feeling like you are pressuring them. Instead they end up selling themselves.

  • The Automatic Millionaire by David Bach (read)
  • NASM Essentials of Sports Performance Training by Micheal A. Clark and Scott C. Lucett (read)
  • How Full is your Bucket? by Tom Rath and Donald O. Clifton (read)
  • The Power of Focus by Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen (read) –  Very good book filled with practical advice
  • Tuesdays with Morrie by Mitch Albom (read) – This was an assignment in College for me. I have never looked at life the same since reading this.
  • The Fred Factor by Mark Sanborn (Read)
  • Positive Impact by Gregory Scott Reid ( Read) – This was a very good book. I highly recommend reading this. It is short and easy to understand.
  • Critical Choices That Change Lives by Daniel R. Castro (Read) I recommend this book highly. Many great stories of famous people that started with nothing and went through great adversity but still prevailed and became very successful. Excellent book to read. You will walk away from it being inspired and ready to take on the world.
  • Become the Coach You Were Meant to Be by Paul J. Meyer (Read)
  • NASM Essentials of Corrective Exercise Training by Micheal A. Clark and Scott C. Lucett (Read)
  • The Laws of Lifetime Growth by Dan Sullivan and Catherine Nomura (Read)
  • The Centurion Principles by Colonel Jeff O’Leary (Reading) I just started reading this book today 12/19/11 and after reading through the intro and the first chapter I know this is going to be a great book. It has received 5 stars by everyone that has reviewed it on Amazon to this point. Starting in the intro O’Leary starts by saying how much in need of real leaders the world is. He gives many examples of the lack of leadership and he describes what it took to become a Centurion. I am really looking forward to the rest of this book.
  • The Bible (currently reading)

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