Reading these four books and implementing each into your life will completely change your life, your future, and even your values. It did for me and I hope it will for you too. These books will help guide you on your journey to become your best self and live your best life. But! They can’t change your life for you. Notice that I didn’t title this post “4 books that will change your life”. Why? Because you are the only one who can change your own life! A book can show you a new perspective, and spark new thoughts and ideas within you, but you are the ultimate decision maker and you run the show. A book doesn’t change your life. You change your life.
Here is the short version:
If you are struggling Financially, then I suggest reading Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. If you are going through a difficult time in your personal life, then read The Way of the Wizard by Deepak Chopra. If you want a top quality life and to achieve your dreams (no matter what they are), read The Four Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss. If you want to be physically healthier, more energetic, mentally sharp, and have dramatically fewer health problems as you age, read Real Food by Nina Planck. If you want to be happy, healthy, and wealthy in all aspects of your life, read all four of these books and you will be well on your way!
Here is the long version: Completely Change Your Life With 4 Books: 🙂
Raising Your Child’s Financial IQ by Robert Kiyosaki
Robert’s book Rich Dad Poor Dad would have also changed my life had I read it before this one. I actually picked this book up during spring break back in 8th grade. Reading this little book completely changed my entire perspective and direction of life in a matter of three days. All of Robert Kiyosaki’s books are awesome and I have read nearly all of them. I suggest you do the same. The life changing lessons I learned from his book:
- I realized that I don’t have to live the traditional story. There are thousands and thousands of different options. I didn’t have to go to school and get really good grades so that I can get into a good college and get a degree so that I can get a good, secure, high-paying job, and work really really hard and save a lot so that I can retire at 65 or maybe even a few years early. That’s what everyone else seems to do, so what makes them different? Nothing! There are much, much faster, easier, and in my opinion, better ways to make money than a 9-5 for the rest of your years.
- I realized that I didn’t even want to go the traditional route. I had never really given it much thought, but I didn’t want to work at a job for pretty much the rest of my waking life. I wanted to be an entrepreneur. I wanted more out of my life.
- Question the “truth”. Question what society says is right. Question the things that you think you have to do, Question what society says is the only real truth; the only way. Often, society’s “right” and “wrong” are driven by ulterior motives. The only truth is the truth you decide for yourself.
The Four Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss
Another life-changer in matter of just a few weeks! Wealth is only partly about money. It is actually more about lifestyle. Tim Ferriss shows you how to live the lifestyle of a multi-millionaire without being a multi-millionaire, or even without having any money at all. It is not only possible, it is ridiculous that more people don’t live this way! This is by far my favorite book and I have read it at least 5 times. I learn new things with every new read and I have used tons of information within the book to implement changes into my own life.
The Way of the Wizard by Deepak Chopra
Spiritual development! This book helped me stay strong during a difficult period in my life, and it will help you develop yourself spiritually. But not religiously- there is a difference. Great book! It will get you to really think about yourself and your connection with your inner self. This book will help you change a lot of inner beliefs you have within you that aren’t serving you.
Real Food: What to Eat and Why by Nina Planck
You truly are what you eat! This book changed the way I eat, think about, and buy food. It helped me make better eating decisions to take care of my body. Her book alone literally helped me become a better and healthier eater. If you are trying to eat healthier, then this is your book! Also, on the same note, watch the documentary called Food Inc. It will probably change your life or disturb you so much that you won’t want to acknowledge the truth that goes on behind the scenes in the food industry of mass production. But that doesn’t mean it’s not there!
Here are some books I recommend that have changed some aspect of my life in one way or another:
- Any book by Deepak Chopra, Tim Ferriss, or Robert Kiyosaki.
- The Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker
- Who Moved My Cheese? by Spenser Johnson
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens by Sean Covey
- How to be Rich by J. Paul Getty
- The One Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan
- Follow Your Passion, Find Your Power by Bob Doyle
- Shel Silverstein poems. They are children’s poems, but similar to Dr. Seuss, there are deeper underlying messages to realize.
- The Truth About High School by yours truly 🙂 I had to sneak one of my own books in here because it just finished going through the editing process, and will be out soon! I am excited since through this book I will be able to help teens go through a really difficult period of life. The book will get them to really think about their lives, and change their lives for the better!
What about You?
What book(s) have you read that changed your life?
To living your best life and becoming your best self,
3 thoughts on “Completely Change Your Life With 4 Books”
Love these! Great list! Which one is your fav?
I’d have to say that each of these books is my favorite for different reasons. But the book that has had the biggest impact on my life is probably The Four Hour Workweek… although I probably never would have picked it up had I not read Raising Your Child’s Financial IQ 🙂
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My previous job was very progressive in many ways. This was a book that many people read and raved about. I have not read it but i may just have too.
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