1. Think Like A Monk by Jay Shetty
2020 was a crazy year! How do you handle everything that happened during this time? Well, there isn't an answer that works for everyone. So, maybe thinking differently is the answer. Monks are often know for handling stress better than others. Find out how to train your mind for peace and purpose!
2. A Promised Land by Barack Obama
Regardless of what your political beliefs are, A Promised Land delivers. The story of Barack Obama and his time in the white house is remarkable. This book is filled with history, lessons and great stories.
3. Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki
I recommend Rich Dad Poor Dad often because the financial value within this book is priceless. Robert pushes the boundaries of normal financial thinking. If 2020 was not good to your finances, you need to read this!
4. The Third Door by Alex Banayan
Alex Banayan's first book, The Third Door, was a major success. The perseverance he shows throughout this book is a skill that we all need to be good at, especially after last year. Don't let things you can't control hold you back. Find an alternative route like Alex did. Highly Recommended!
5. 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey
This is one of the all-time great personal growth books. Whenever I'm in a rut, I like to read over my notes on this book. It reminds me that I need to continue evolving and how to do it. After last year, we all need help getting back to the grind.
6. Living With A Seal by Jesse Itzler
Jesse Itzler is hilarious and super smart. I didn't know who he was until I read this book but now I'm a fan. The stories in Living With A Seal will not only put a smile on your face but light a fire under your... well you know. This one is worth the buy, trust me.
7. The Richest Man In Babylon by George S. Clason
The oldest book on this list might be the most needed in 2021. After so many people we forced to take time off work or even lost their jobs, the government was forced to step in and help. If we were all better with our money, we wouldn't have needed the help. Next time, the government might not be there, so now is the time to step up your financial knowledge. This is the perfect book to do so.
8. Steal Like An Artist by Austin Kleon
As time goes on, there are more and more opportunities to use your creative side to earn a living. It seems like every day there's a new platform to create and sell on. So, get more in tuned with your creative side with this easy to read (with pictures) book by Austin Kleon.
9. Do More Faster by David Cohen & Brad Feld
If you enjoy learning about business but can't seem to sit down and read a whole book, this might be the solution. Do More Faster is full of short stories where there's a business related problem and eventually a solution. Each story is 1 to 4 pages long and packed with wisdom.
10. Sleep by Nick Littlehales
We spend a third of our lives sleeping yet we spend almost no time learning how to properly sleep. Learn how to get the best sleep possible which in turn will make your life better.
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Thanks for reading!
Greg is a Grand Rapids, Michigan native with a passion for personal growth.