Did you fall into a plateau state of mind?
You wish to change but are overwhelmed with information ?
Do you seek out constantly webinars, YouTube videos but never take action?
Or Let’s say you do watch it,get your hopes high just to be crushed by the price tag?
Regardless of the reasons, heartbreak, betrayal, job loss it is NOT hopeless.
If you’re at rock bottom or climbing out of it as well as Struggling with relationships, motivation or getting ahead in life
do you notice the patterns that keep appearing?
Quick tip: How you do anything is how you do everything.
If you’re stuck or failing constantly know that it may be because off:
- lack of focus
- lack of clarity
conditioning etc. Of course there’s more factors but you are responsible for your actions and perspective.
My top 5 for starters
So here are my top 5 audio books to help you put things in perspective.
Links included.Now lets dive in.
1. Atomic Habits by James Clear
Here you can find a “road map” on how habits are formed and their effect our daily lives.
As well as how to form new ones and keep them and getting rid of the old unhealthy ones.
Also you can visit their website for additional materials at
2. The one thing by Gary Keller
Second-rate work, flooded with emails, obligations,tweets and a hundred different distractions?
Sound like you? Then this may be your choice.
It teaches you how to clear the clutter, get you and keep you on track, get your energy back, how to reduce stress and feeling overwhelmed, complete your tasks and goals and most important doing and finishing what matters the most to you.
3.Cant hurt me by David Goggins
Against all odds. From a depressed, overweight young man with no future to the “hardest man alive”.
His childhood was a nightmare filled with poverty, beatings and predjustice yet he managed to transform his life through self-taught discipline.
He went through hell week more than once, completed his training as a Navy Seal, an Army Ranger, he even went on and set a record on many endurance events.
This book is about his life and shows that most of us use only 40 % of our capabilities, he calls it the 40% rule.
His story also shows a way how anyone CAN push past pain and suffering and achieve more that they believed it was ever possible.
4. No more Mr nice guy by Robert A. Glover
Dr.Robert A. Glover talks in this book about the “Nice Guy Syndrome” and offers also a plan on overcoming it.
Simply put, the “Nice Guy Syndrome” is a dub he put for those who neglect their needs and worth, seek constantly the approval of others, and never express what they truly feel and they also
try too hard to please others first while they grow unhappy and resentful and may lash out at their loved ones.
Some may not even be aware of it.
Here he teaches how to stop seeking constant approval, expressing themselves,getting their needs to be met, embracing their masculinity, have a satisfying sex life and forming meaningful relationships with other men.
5. Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki
This is Roberts story of growing up with his real father and the father of his best friend, his rich dad — and the ways in which they shaped his thoughts about money and investing.
It explains the difference between working for money and having your money work for you.
It teaches what an asset and what a liability is and that a big salary is not a guarantee you’ll be rich.
PS your house is not among the assets.
It also shows what parents should teach their kids about money and why you cannot rely on the school system for it.
PPS Also if you do like the book and want to learn more About making your Money work for you, you can visit the RichDad Summit Held by Robert Kiyosaki himself and several other entrepeneurs. Its a 2 day online summit which you can enter for $1.
And you can do so by clicking here.
There are more but I want to keep it simple. So what do you think of my top 5 for starters?
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