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My Top 20 Books I Love

Eckhart Tolle

Tolle’s book delves into the spiritual journey of discovering oneself and achieving enlightenment by living in the present moment, offering practical advice on overcoming the constraints of time and mind.

Richard Koch

This book explains how in many situations, 80% of outcomes come from 20% of causes. Koch offers insights on how to apply this principle to business and personal life for greater efficiency and success.


Never Split the Difference

Chriss voss

Written by a former FBI hostage negotiator, this book provides tactics for negotiating effectively in high-stakes situations, focusing on emotional intelligence and understanding the psychology of the other party.



Ryan Levesque

Levesque introduces a unique method to better understand customer needs through the art of asking the right questions, leading to more effective marketing and business strategies.


The Challenger Sale

Brent Adamson & Matthew Dixon

This book challenges traditional sales methods and introduces a new approach focusing on challenging customers’ thinking, offering insights, and tailoring solutions to specific needs.


The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

Robin Sharma

This fable about fulfilling your dreams and reaching your destiny emphasizes the importance of living with passion, purpose, and peace of mind.


The Rhythm of Life

Matthew Kelly

Kelly explores how to achieve personal harmony and authentic success by understanding life’s rhythms and aligning them with our deepest desires and values.

Selling the Invisible

Harry Beckwith

A guide to marketing services as opposed to physical products. Beckwith offers insightful strategies for selling what cannot be seen—your skills, knowledge, and the experience you offer.


Life and Work Principles

Ray Dalio

Dalio shares the principles that he has developed over his career to create unique results in both life and business.

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Creating the Impossible

Michael Neill

Neill presents a 90-day program designed to spark innovation and creativity, encouraging readers to bring their seemingly impossible projects to fruition.


The Infinite Game

Simon Sinek

Sinek explores the concept of playing ‘infinite games’ in business and life, focusing on long-term value creation rather than short-term gains.



Robert Cialdini

Cialdini explores the art of influence and persuasion, focusing on how to effectively prime someone before the actual message is delivered.


The Urban Monk

Pedram Shojai

This book blends Eastern wisdom and modern hustle, teaching how to find peace in the chaos of urban life and balance between work, health, and spirituality.


Leadership and Self-Deception

the Arbinger Institute

This book discusses how self-deception can impede personal and organizational growth, offering insights into overcoming these mental barriers.


Tell To Win

Peter Guber

This book explores the art of storytelling in business and leadership. Guber illustrates how powerful narratives can inspire, motivate, and create lasting change in the professional world.


The Alchemist

Paulo Coelho

A fable about Santiago, a shepherd boy who dreams of finding a world treasure. His quest leads him to riches far different—and far more satisfying—than he ever imagined. The story teaches about listening to our hearts, recognizing opportunity, and following our dreams.


Thinking, Fast and Slow

Daniel Kahneman

Nobel laureate Kahneman explores the two systems that drive the way we think and how they shape our judgments and decisions.


Atomic Habits

James Clear

Clear provides practical strategies for forming good habits, breaking bad ones, and mastering the tiny behaviors that lead to remarkable results.


The Prosperous Coach

Steve Chandler & Rich Litvin

Aimed at coaches and those in helping professions, this book offers strategies for building a strong coaching practice, focusing on deepening relationships with clients and creating a high-impact, transformational coaching style.


The Happiness Trap

Russ Harris

This book introduces Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), a mindfulness-based approach to overcoming stress, anxiety, and unhappiness. Harris explains how to escape the ‘happiness trap’ by embracing genuine life experiences rather than chasing often misleading societal ideals of happiness.

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People that inspire me

Simon Sinek

Simon Sinek

Internationally recognized author and inspirational speaker, Simon Sinek is renowned for his concept of “Start With Why,” which explores how leaders can inspire cooperation and change. His ideas on organizational psychology and leadership have greatly influenced modern management theory.

Rich Litvin

Rich Litvin

A highly successful coach and co-author of “The Prosperous Coach,” Rich Litvin specializes in high-performance coaching. He is renowned for his approach that emphasizes deep connection, powerful questioning, and creating transformative coaching experiences.

Brené Brown

A research professor at the University of Houston, Brené Brown has spent her career studying courage, vulnerability, shame, and empathy. Brown’s work encourages people to embrace vulnerability and imperfection, to live wholeheartedly, and to courageously engage in their lives.

Tim Ferriss

Bestselling author, entrepreneur, and public speaker, Tim Ferriss is celebrated for his innovative approaches to productivity, personal development, and lifestyle design, notably in his book “The 4-Hour Workweek.” He hosts a popular podcast where he deconstructs the routines of top performers across various fields.
Jordan B Peterson

Jordan B. Peterson

A clinical psychologist and professor, Jordan B. Peterson is known for his influential work that intersects psychology, philosophy, and cultural criticism. His book “12 Rules for Life” offers a unique blend of ancient wisdom and modern psychology, advocating for personal responsibility and meaning.

Seth Godin

A prolific author, entrepreneur, and marketing expert, Seth Godin has written numerous bestsellers like “Purple Cow” and “Linchpin,” which challenge conventional marketing and business wisdom. He is known for his thought-provoking insights on how ideas spread, innovative marketing, and leadership.

Andrew Huberman

Andrew Huberman

A distinguished neuroscientist and professor at Stanford, Andrew Huberman conducts pioneering research on brain function, neuroplasticity, and neural regeneration. His work is crucial in understanding stress, vision, and brain health, making significant contributions to neuroscience.
Robin Sharma

Robin Sharma

A former lawyer turned leadership guru, Robin Sharma is best known for his book “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari.” His teachings emphasize personal mastery, self-leadership, and the pursuit of greatness, blending spirituality with personal development.

David Goggins

An ultra-endurance athlete and former Navy SEAL, David Goggins is renowned for his superhuman feats of physical and mental endurance. In his book “Can’t Hurt Me,” he shares his life story of overcoming adversity and pushing beyond limits.

Tony Robbins

Tony Robbins

A globally renowned life coach and motivational speaker, Tony Robbins has empowered millions through his seminars, self-help books, and personal coaching. He’s known for his high-energy seminars and his practical strategies for self-improvement and transformative coaching.

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