What is the most inspiring book that you have read?

Discussion in 'Productivity and Motivation' started by R. Martin, Feb 1, 2016.

  1. R. Martin

    R. Martin New Member

    I have read The Power of Positive Thinking and I'm going to start with Drive, by Daniel Pink.
    However the most inspiring book for me is the biography of Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson.
    What's yours?
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  2. TniComRec

    TniComRec Member

    It may be strange but the whole Dark Tower series by Stephen King. Not giving any spoilers but it is all about how everything in life is circular. So many things in our lives are related and come full circle, we fail to realize it until, sometimes, years later.
  3. Elicosan

    Elicosan New Member

    That sounds promising! Usually I don't read Stephen King books, but I might give this a try.
  4. Max Jensen

    Max Jensen New Member

    I don't remember exactly what it's called. "Anything fast" or something like that. I got it as an ebook and I have never read anything like it. The whole idea about, that you can do anything if you set your mind up to it.
    The book has several exercises that you have to do to reach your goal.
    Set a goal, do the exercises and your mind will start to focus around that goal.
    It is some really exciting stuff.

    Let me know if you are interested and I will try get it for you.
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  5. AnneSamantha

    AnneSamantha Member

    The power of positive thinking is one of my favorites too also Awaken the Giant within by Anthony Robbins is another favorite although a massive read.
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  6. Elicosan

    Elicosan New Member

    Has anyone ever read a book of Erich Fromm? While some aspects are definitely outdated, his work is surely thought provoking and inspiring.
  7. HABS

    HABS New Member

    James Allen - As a Man Thinketh. This book was way ahead of it's time.
  8. A8ch

    A8ch Gold Member

    There are several titles that come to mind, but I'll mention this one:

    The Richest Man in Babylon - George S. Classon

    It's a timeless classic about money. The principles it teaches ought to be adopted by anyone who is serious about creating a secure financial future. Highly recommended for people of all ages, but can be a boon for younger folk just starting out. They can get the most mileage out of it.

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  9. VicHugo

    VicHugo New Member

    "You Are The Placebo" by Dr. Joe Dispenza
  10. Judy Bonacci

    Judy Bonacci New Member

    There are so many inspiring books out there!

    One of my favorites is "The Science of Getting Rich" by Wallace D. Wattles......a whole new way of thinking!
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  11. Judy Bonacci

    Judy Bonacci New Member

  12. Judy Bonacci

    Judy Bonacci New Member

    Great book Anne! He puts out such valuable information
  13. xhoni

    xhoni New Member

    Love it Max Just finished it, Great stuff
  14. Claire93

    Claire93 Member

    I guess, It's
    Think and Grow Rich;)
  15. Muzzamil

    Muzzamil Member

    "The 50th Law" by Robert Greene and 50 cent. This book is by far the most inspiring book I have ever read. However the other best inspirational book that I recommend is "48 Laws of Power". Good Luck to everyone.
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  16. Emily Yu

    Emily Yu New Member

    Think and Grow Rich - Napoleon Hill
    The Power of Your subconscious Mind - Dr. Joseph Murphy

    These two books totally changed my life. Definetly recommending these!

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