Best Motivational Books: Recommended By Millionaires

In interviewing from over 300 millionaires and billionaires, they all have time in their lives and businesses which they were discouraged, depressed and bored. However, these men and women learned to stand up, move forward and face life head on with motivated mindset. They recommended some motivational books that helped them in their lives and businesses.

These motivational books will urge you to take action, change your mindset, inspire creativity and provide pratical advice to reach success in life and business in 2017.

So, here are the books for your library that inspired millionaires and billionaires become the best that they can be.

5 Best Motivational Books


The One Thing
by Gary Keller with Jay Papasan

People are using this simple, powerful concept to focus on what matters most in their personal and work lives. By focusing their energy on one thing at a time people are living more rewarding lives.

“I love the book ‘The One Thing’ by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan. If you have time to read that, maybe not this week, but over the weekend, just read it real quick. Read the first couple parts, at least. That can get you to focus. You may have heard this so many times, but that’s my key trick. Get the noise out, and focus.” – Raj Bhaskar (Millionaire)


Best Motivational Book - The DipThe Dip
by Seth Godin

** Listen to my interview with the author Seth Godin Here

In this iconic bestseller, popular business blogger and bestselling author Seth Godin proves that winners are really just the best quitters. Godin shows that winners quit fast, quit often, and quit without guilt—until they commit to beating the right Dip

“One of my colleagues Seth Godin wrote a great book called The Dip. It basically makes one big point. He says there’s this American idea that you never should quit anything you do. The person who doesn’t give up always wins. He says actually that’s not necessarily the case. Sometimes quitters do win. That’s different. That’s not contradictory to the concept of the pursuit of mastery, what I’m suggesting earlier. It’s not about dabbling. It’s not about a little bit of this, little bit of that, little bit of this. It’s about having the fortitude to look at what you’re doing and identifying the dip, as he calls it.” – Michael Port (Millionaire)


Best Motivational Book - The Miracle MorningThe Miracle Morning
by Hal Elrod

**Listen to my interview with the author Hal Elrod Here

What’s being widely regarded as “one of the most life changing books ever written” may be the simplest approach to achieving everything you’ve ever wanted, and faster than you ever thought possible.

“Of course, Hal Elrod’s very well known for his miracle morning routine, which is great.” – Kevin Kruse (Millionaire)


Think and Grow Rich
by Napoleon Hill

Think and Grow Rich is a 1937 personal development and self-help book by Napoleon Hill. The book was inspired by a suggestion from Scottish-American business magnate and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. While its title implies that the book deals with how to attain monetary wealth, the author explains that the philosophy taught in the book can be used to help people succeed in all lines of work and to do or be almost anything they want.

“I read Napoleon Hill’s “Think and Grow Rich” when I was 11, so that’s the kind of stuff I’ve been into since I was a young kid, wanting to create wealth and opportunity and value for others.” – Noah Rosenfarb (Millionaire)


Mindset: The New Psychology of Success
by Carol S. Dweck

World-renowned Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck, in decades of research on achievement and success, has discovered a truly groundbreaking idea–the power of our mindset.

“There is a great book by Carol Dweck called Mindset. It’s awesome. I love that book. It talks about “fixed mindset” and “growth mindset”.” – Gail Tolstoi-Miller (Millionaire)


 

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2 responses

  • Not strictly a motivational book but “The Millionaire next door” is a brilliant read. It’s an outline of a survey of millionaires in the US in the 90s. However, it’s highly inspirational in its results. Whilst I’ll leave those for you to find out, one of the most interesting results is that the majority of millionaires do not inherent their wealth…there’s hope for us all yet!

  • The only motivation book that fits the genre is The Miracle Morning in my own humble opinion and the rest are more business related. The Miracle Morning is really an awesome and mind-blowing book that really encourages me to wake up early and get the important things done first.

    I also highly recommend The One Thing to anyone who wishes to start his/her businesses. A MUST READ!

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