Top 5 Motivational Books That Work

I am not one to give advice on motivation, success, or anything of the sort. I have always been particularly hard on myself when it comes to these topics. Maybe that is why they are so fascinating to me. A decent amount of people have reached out to me over time asking for my top 5 motivational books. If you are looking for a quick read with actionable steps then keep reading!

This article will cover TOP 5 Motivational Books That Work. This list won’t necessarily be in order, but they are all great reads! They range from entrepreneurship to finance & budgeting. All-in-all, if you are looking to up your game in any area this article will hopefully help guide you towards your next read!

1) The Lean Start-Up

The Lean Start-Up is a great read for entrepreneurs. It covers the importance of starting small and testing your assumptions. This book will help you think about your business in a different way and how to grow it in the most efficient way possible.

The Lean Start-Up
The Lean Start-Up

2) The 4-Hour Work Week

This book was published over a decade ago, but it is still one of the most popular books when it comes to time management and productivity. If you struggle with managing your time, then this might be the right read for you!

The 4-Hour Work Week
The 4-Hour Work Week

3) The Millionaire Fastlane

The Millionaire Fastlane is all about financial independence and creating passive income. It is written by an entrepreneur who went from rags to riches and will give you a different outlook on how you see your money.

The Millionaire Fastlane
The Millionaire Fastlane

4) The Hard Things About Hard Things

If you are an entrepreneur or have been one in the past this book is for you! It talks about the struggles of being CEO as well as hiring employees. This read can also be applied to other industries as well because there are many aspects that all businesses go through.

The Hard Things About Hard Things
The Hard Things About Hard Things

5) Rich Dad Poor Dad

This last book isn’t necessarily classified as “motivational” but it does teach finance and investing basics to those who may not know much about it. It was published over 20 years ago and still sells quite a few copies each year! I think that says enough about how important it actually is (at least to me).

Rich Dad Poor Dad
Rich Dad Poor Dad

Now if you are looking for some more motivation, there are many great TED talks on YouTube. Some of my pe notrsonaDol favorites “are below!

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