Recommended books

On average I read or listen to at least a book a month.  Here are some of the books that have changed the way that I think and look at things.  I can say that the things I've learned in these books have had a direct affect on my level of success today.

Reading is a very important part of my life.  I enjoy learning from others who are already at a higher level than myself.  Reading really helps me get creative and inspires me to grow and develop more.

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The Miracle Morning

Hal Elrod

This is my favorite book.  Not only does it cover morning routines, but it really covers a lot of great information on personal development.  

I re-read this book every year and am a huge fan of Hal and his mission.

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Total Money Makeover

Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey is helping people all over the world get out of debt.  This book is an easy read, but really helped me create a lifestyle around budgets and planning to help me save money and build wealth.

If you want to learn how to get started off on the right foot with your finances check out this book.

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The Miracle Equation

Hal Elrod

This book is a continuation of The Miracle Morning.  This helped me realize what it takes to implement all of the personal development information I was learning.  

Before this book I had an issue with only absorbing content but not applying it. I highly recommend this book!

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The Front Row Factor

Jon Vroman

Jon Vroman created the Front Row Foundation which helps put people with life threatening illnesses in the front row of an event of their dreams.

In his book, Jon lays out how you can create "front row" moments and live a fulfilling life regardless of the current life you live.  If you want to increase your fulfillment and happiness this book is a great read.

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Start With Why

Simon Sinek

This book was written for businesses.  Simon Sinek's career kicked off after his speech around starting with why.

If you know why you are creating a goal, it will be a lot easier to achieve that goal and succeed.  It is better to start with your why, rather than your what.