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21 Motivational Books that Will Change Your Mind About Life, Money, and Yourself


Updated: May 22, 2017

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  1. Thanks for the great suggestions! I’ve only read a couple on this list.

    I’d like to add Essentialism by Greg McKeown. It’s a great book for those of us who tend to have LOTS of things going on (business ideas, social commitments, etc).

    As a multi-passionate idea person, I found it helped me to focus and cut out the clutter in my life that leaves me feeling overwhelmed.

    1. Hi, Susan! Thanks for the great suggestion! Many people can definitely benefit from a book like that. 🙂

  2. The book that has changed heaps of things for me in the last little while is ” Switch on Your Brain” by Dr Caroline Leaf.

  3. This is a great book to read:
    Liberate Yourself: Your past is not your prison by Luz Avila-Kyncl available in Amazon. It about helping people breaking the chains of bad habits, trauma suffering and dysfunction. It also empowers and motivates people to improve their lives

    1. Thanks for sharing your recommendation! It sounds like a good one. 🙂

  4. Rich Dad Poor Dad was gifted to me and I have yet to read it. Thank you for sharing all of this with us! Please add me to your group! @justaregularmommy

  5. Thank you for sharing. I found it very helpful. sometimes it is confusing which book to read.

  6. Think and Grow Rich is one of my favourite books I also recommended others to buy this book and start growing like a Moon.

  7. Great list, thank you for sharing! I highly recommend The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson. This book has been a true game-changer for me!

  8. who moved my cheese i love this book i read it when i need to get my head straightened out

  9. thank you for the reading list. I got stuck over the simplest thing. I was confused over making a verb plural or singular. I assumed adding s or es made a word plural. I took an English grammar course to find the opposite. I will be getting back to reviewing all I have gone through, then moving forward. I got frustrated and thought I could not get through the course. I feel differently now. I researched and took an online English course. Worked well.

    Reading Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg

  10. What book do I put on the list?! My first favorite right now is "My Stroke of Insight; A Brain Scientist's Personal Journey".
    She has written another book called "Whole Brain Living" (which I have not read).
    Part of it is that she's a brain anatomist who had a stroke when she was 36 (?).
    I had a stroke during a brain surgery (second craniotomy) about three years ago. During this time I had no one that could help me out with the courses my brain was taking. Luckily, I found someone who had this book and it helped me enormously. It has helped me find things on one side of my head with the opposite that's on the other side. Hard to explain…
    But it's helped me become a good proofreader.
    Read the book. It's a short non-fiction with a ton of information.
    That's all I have for now!
    -Kelly Evan

    1. Thanks so much. This reminds me of my old self. And I need me right now – you saved a soul.

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