John C Maxwell: Good Leaders Ask Great Questions
Leaders (we’re all leaders) must learn to focus their minds with high quality questions. Most questions that are commonly asked in society and conditioned into our minds are of low quality. Therefore we get only low quality answers to them… thus we have low quality results in life.
If we ask better questions of ourselves, we get a better life. If we are leaders of a team, we must learn to ask better questions to guide our organization to success.
Russel Brunson: Expert Secrets
This is an amazing truly comprehensive book not just about sales funnels/clickfunnels but about human psychology, why we buy, what influences and persuades humans, and a scientific method that could sell a ketchup popsicle to a woman in white gloves. (RIP Chris Farley)
Leif Babin/Jocko Willink: Extreme Ownership
Navy Seals Jocko/Leif write about their experience leading Navy SEALS through the hardships of fighting and defeating the ISIS Insurgents in Ramadi Iraq. They discuss leadership principles that not just apply to wartime but to life.
Tony Robbins: Unleash The Giant Within
Classic Tony Robbins, Self therapy at its best. A must read. Tony Robbins is in my life each and every day whether its reading his work, or doing hour of power, or listening to an audio. He has been one of the most important guiding forces in my life. The man is an absolute angel and his work is truly the most impactful out of any other content creator to me… because it moves me to action consistently and reminds me… that we can live in a beautiful state and life changes in a heartbeat once we make a decision.
Tony Robbins: Money Master The Game
Robbins interviews the worlds leading financial experts… the top top guys.
Tony Robbins: Unshakeable
More financial insights and distinctions.
David Deida: Enlightened Sex Manual
One of the great prolific writers and truth tellers… Deida discusses sexual techniques such as breathwork, opening your woman up through sex, using sex as therapy instead of viewing it as purely mechanical (like porn.) The unique thing about David Deida’s teachings is that you feel as if these lessons he shares are things that you already somehow know deeply within yourself (if you have had sex before or been in love) and he is merely acting as a conduit between your better self and your current self. Lots of practical stuff in here. Highly recommended.
I have a bunch of other books I highly recommend that are not on my desk currently… the chief one that is truly amazing but is in my bag not on my desk is “Goals” by Brian Tracy… I have been doing the exercises in goals daily… It’s been fantastic for me.