Here are some of my favourite and highly recommended books to read.

Influence, New and Expanded UK: The Psychology of Persuasion

by Robert B Cialdini PhD (2021)

I loved reading Robert Cialdini’s book! It offers valuable insights into the power of persuasion, backed by thorough research and attention to detail. It’s a great resource for aspiring entrepreneurs or current business owners, providing a solid foundation.

Exploring various behavioral concepts and understanding why people behave and think the way they do is truly fascinating.

The only drawback I found was its length, spanning 336 pages. Nonetheless, it’s a highly recommended, expertly written book that’s definitely worth reading.

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The Psychology of Money: Timeless lessons on wealth, greed, and happiness

by Morgan Housel (2020)

Money plays a crucial role in our lives, yet schools often overlook teaching kids essential skills for wise financial management in their everyday lives. This book addresses that gap, offering valuable insights on understanding, managing, and planning to maximize our financial potential. It empowers readers to make their money work for them in the long run.

In a world where such knowledge is lacking, it’s up to us to take charge and educate ourselves. The responsibility falls on our shoulders, as no one else will do it for us.

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Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance

by Angela Duckworth (2016)

I thoroughly enjoyed reading “Grit” because I could personally relate to every aspect discussed in the book. Growing up, I always possessed a strong sense of passion and persistence, but I never fully understood why.

Now, I realize that my drive was fueled by my passion for business, the desire for financial security, and the longing for a sense of accomplishment. Moreover, this book has sparked my interest in psychology, revealing numerous connections between psychology and the business world, which excites me greatly.

If you aspire to develop more grit in your life, I highly recommend this book. It’s a valuable resource that will inspire and motivate you.

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Richer, Wiser, Happier: How the World’s Greatest Investors Win in Markets and Life

by William Green (2022)

If you’re familiar with my videos, you’re probably aware of my strong belief in the importance of learning from others and their past mistakes.

This book is particularly fascinating as it provides a glimpse into the strategies and journeys of the most successful investors, offering insights into their methods and discussing the challenges they’ve encountered along the way.

Whether you’re interested in investing, money management, or simply living life to the fullest (according to the top 1%), this book is a highly recommended read. It offers valuable lessons and inspiration for anyone seeking financial success and personal fulfillment.

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How to Win Friends and Influence People

by Dale Carnegie (2006)

Don’t let the title deceive you; this book is a true treasure when it comes to customer service. Personally, I’ve gained more valuable insights on this topic from reading this book than from my university studies and combined experience in retail and hospitality.

Dale Carnegie not only delves into the psychology behind business but also provides practical examples and useful tips on making customers feel appreciated and valued, without it feeling forced.

Two lessons that have deeply resonated with me and become a part of my daily life are going the extra mile for customers and remembering their names.

Can a book truly transform someone? Absolutely! And this book has had that exact impact on me. It has opened my eyes, changed my perspective, and empowered me to enhance my approach to customer service.

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Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones

by James Clear (2018)

This book has become a personal favorite of mine. It not only teaches you how to cultivate positive habits but also sheds light on the detrimental impact of negative habits on our overall life satisfaction.

The concepts of setting goals and making incremental changes that eventually lead to significant transformations have deeply resonated with me. It’s easy to ignore or avoid addressing issues when they arise, but this book encourages a gradual and supportive approach to help us rebuild and improve our lives.

The book is truly inspiring, offering practical strategies that are easily applicable to your own life and can positively influence those around you. Who doesn’t love the idea of embracing good habits? I certainly do, and this book provides the perfect guide for doing so.

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