Best Personal Development Books


Rich Dad Poor Dad

by Rober Kiyosaki

The #1 Financial Book of All Time

This is not your usual finance book, rather more of an eye opener.

You keep living as if nothing were wrong but little do you know that you are controlled by every means of mediocrity. 

If you want to elevate your life and live an extraordinarily beyond the average. This book is for you.


The 5 AM Club

by Robin Sharma

Life is about getting up an hour early to live an hour more.

The greatest goals achieved by the most successful people comes down to the small daily habits they practice everyday.

This book will walk you through the different techniques such as the 20/20/20 formula, 90/90/1 rule, 60/10 method, Habit installation protocol and many more.

Maybe it’s time you also elevate your game.


by Napoleon Hill

This book is the child of 20 long years of research of the most successful people. 

No wonder why this book is still viable and one of the best selling books 80 years later. 

This book is easily a must read for everyone. 

Unleash your greatest potentials.



by Robert B. Cialdini

Hack the human mind and make the most out of your advantage.

Learn to control the outcome of your 

This book is filled with techniques and case studies on how to use them.

For marketers, this book is a gold mine.

6 Months to 6 Figures

by Peter J Voogd

We usually find ourselves in the trenches when we are doing something new. 

We look at all the techniques and skills required and try to learn more and more. Little do we know that we are overlooking the very importance of commitment and productivity. 

It is essential that we keep things simple and do one thing at a time. Focus is necessary for mastery. We are all swayed by the shiny object syndrome and learn to dabble instead of master.

After discovering this habit of ours, Peter Voogd has arranged a set of skills and techniques on how we can tackle this self – sabotaging habit.


by Eric Ries

This book is written to overwrite the standard business practices that can be harmful for a startup.

This book contains lots of case studies, stating examples on how to optimize a startup in a more well handled/managed way. 

It also emphasizes on innovation for the startups.

Living life to the fullest

Reading is essential for those who seek to rise above the ordinary
Jim Rohn

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