Most Recommended Books by Successful People 📗

Most Recommended Books by Successful People 📗

Here are the most recommended books from successful people!

This will help you get ahead in life!

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The 5 a.m. Club by Robin Sharma

The author talks about how his morning routine sets the day up for success. It gives us the opportunity to work through our thoughts and goals for the day to ensure we make every day a meaningful and productive one.


Start with Why by Simon Sinek

It’s really powerful and helps to drive decision-making with much more clarity. This book gives you the framework to better develop and more clearly express your 'Why.'


The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz

Start-ups aren't for the faint of heart, and the writer does a great job describing the personal and professional sacrifices involved in them. He also explains that start-ups are messy, full of mistakes, and experiences.


Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance by Angela Duckworth

This is the book you need to read to realize that perseverance is probably the most important factor required to succeed both in business and in life, and more important than natural aptitude.


Sapiens: A brief history of Humankind

Sapiens is one of the most interesting reads for people who want to understand how society has evolved over time. Sapiens helps us to realize the importance of teamwork and how humankind has benefitted over time by creating larger and larger teams. 


Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

This book talks about the fast and emotional system and the slow, more logical system that makes up our whole mind. He breaks down the various effects of each system on our success, mentality, confidence, and teachability index.


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