You want to start 2020 with a bang, right? Here are a few lessons you’ll learn from Brian Tracy to master your time and life.
If you feel like you’re dying on the inside (tragic I know), Amir Campbell’s Hack the Matrix may help you get out of your black hole of an existence.
Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic asks: “What is stopping you from living your creative life to the fullest?”
Think and Grow Rich should be given to every high school, college and post-college graduate! I wish I had this book after I graduated from high school.
Stick to your goals, and you might end up living a fantastic island-hopping lifestyle like Ryan Biddulph. Reading How to Commit to Your Goals 1000% will teach you how to go beyond your limits.
The most important lessons I’ve learned from Eat That Frog were focus and action. I’ve read countless productivity books. I’ll get right on my game as soon as I finish a book. Yet, distractions tend to creep up on me. The lack of immediate results and patience were my problems. We tend to chase after instant gratification.
Creating Money can help you change your mind about money. This book reminds readers they are the source of their wealth. The belief that money only comes from the external world is an illusion. Your source of wealth doesn’t come from your parents, employer, or your fancy college degree, it’s you.