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Reading Challenge! 

Book Suggestions Every Successful Entrepreneur Must Read

''If we encounter a man of rare intellect, we should ask him what books he reads.''
 Ralph Waldo Emerson

I'm going to share with you the books I believe every entrepreneur and aspiring millionaire must-read. 

These are ten books that have had  a tremendous impact on my life and how I think about business.

Depending on your circumstances, I hope they have the same impact on you.

I read a lot of books, and I don't just read books, I actually use books because knowledge is not power, but apply knowledge is power.

Leaders are readers and readers are leaders. You have to learn more every day in order to become a better one.

When you're reading a book, the best way to get the most out of it is to highlight important information, make comments on the side, ponder on some of the new ideas you get from the book and then implement what you've learned. That's what I am doing.

Juliana Luntrasu

10 Life Changing Books Every Entrepreneur & Aspiring Millionaire
Should Read and Learn From

The Success System That Never Fails

Step 1

By W. Clement Stone 

 One of the key things that  I picked up from this particular book is the importance of your environment. And how do you structure your environment that actually supports you, not working against you, but working for you.

  I'm not just talking about your physical environment, but also who you surround yourself with, the people around you. 

The Way of White Clouds

Step 2

By Lama Anagarika Govinda

This book is a spiritual autobiography that renders the incredible journey of Lama  Anikarica Govinda through Tibet during the Chinese invasion.

And it helped me shape my beliefs and philosophy. It also upgraded my spiritual self to a whole new level. There's a good chance that reading this book might just do the same for you.

Rich Dad Poor Dad

Step 1

By Robert T. Kiyosaki

Chances are you've already heard of the book or you've read the book. 

This book is teaching you about the difference between an asset and a liability. An asset is something that puts money in your pocket and liability is something that takes money out of your pocket. 

 Simply put, an asset is something that feeds you and a liability is something that eats you.  Poor people have a lot of expenses and middle class  buy liabilities, thinking that they are assets. 

Here you will learn about the concept of creating or acquiring assets that produces cash flow, and then you use that cash flow to fund your ideal lifestyle

The Go-Giver 

Step 3

By Bob Burg & John David Mann

This It's an inspiring story. 

This book is all about giving and helps change your mindset from being a taker.  This book made me realize that  in order to accomplish my goals, I have to give. 

 Helping others to accomplish their goals without any expectations and meaning intentions is going to come back to you and often the path to reaching your goal is totally unexpected, and this is going to come as a result of helping other people.

 You can't help but feel great after reading it. You can't help but feel changed after reading it. You want to go and make the world a better place. It's an uplifting, positive, awesome story.

Harmonic Wealth

Step 5

By James Arthur Ray

This is one of the books that a profound and a deep impact on the  foundations or pillars that I built my own financial planning and  practice,

In this book James Arthur Ray talks not just about money, but also about having great health in your relationships, having great intellectual stimulation in your life, great spiritual connections, and then, of course, having a great financial abundance. 

You will also learn more about how important is our positive thoughts, feelings, and actions, which is something I always talked about in my posts.

The Latte Factor

Step 6

By David Bach

In this book, David Bach is making things very clear about why you don't need to be rich in order to live rich.

He talks about some of the keys to financial freedom and why you don't need fancy techniques and how in some way we are actually richer than we may think. 

 Some of David's principles, you could apply it in your life by just making a few tweaks in your finances and in some of your day too day habits you have to see amazing results.

Now, I don't agree with everything that David talks about but I love this book and I think is something that you could learn from. 

Think and Grow Rich

Step 7

By Napoleon Hill

This book is absolutely awesome and I think is actually suppose to be on the top of my list.

 As it states in the beginning, this book could be worth a million dollars to you. The main idea behind this is that thoughts are things (again, this is something I mention a lot in my posts).

 There's a lot of belief in this book that whatever you have in your mind, whatever impact you want to create in the world, whatever business you want to start, it's all possible. It's all possible if you believe in yourself, and it gives you the exact right steps to do it.

It'll help build your confidence. It'll help you believe in yourself and help you make you ready to go out and do something positive that will give you the confidence and courage to start or to continue with faith motivation and inspiration to keep going when you may be up against the wall and you're not seeing any progress. 

Totally recommended for an insignificant price.

Keep ANY Promise

Step 8

By Karim H. Ismail

This is another fantastic book. The author came from a successful business, but he was overworked causing problems his family and his health life. 

He gives the blueprint of how he changed around everything and replants his life into two sections. 

The first section is about stories of people and how they've changed their life, but the second part is actually why I recommend it for, and this is because of the exercises that you can implement in changing your financial situation and personal life, and I truly believe that are fantastic practices.

Totally, totally recommended specifically for the life blueprint workbook.

I guarantee will change your business life, your personal life as it had a massive impact on me. 

 It's the secret gem for entrepreneurs

Autobiography of a Yogi

Step 9

by Paramahansa Yogananda 

The book is an introduction into the ancient science of yoga, and it's a time-honored tradition of meditation, told through the story of Paramahansa Yogananda, 

This book can be your journey to self-realization. 

Meetings with remarkable men

Step 10

By George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff

This spiritual quest will make you understand that generally, people live their lives asleep, not knowing themselves. It will give you a remarkable sense of what it truly means to live to the fullest with a conscience, with purpose, and with heart

While those are only the first ten books I recommend reading for achieving success and fulfillment, I can't just get limited to them so here are more super amazing books you should have a look at.