Good Reads For Boosting Confidence

There are a lot of book recommendations and lists out there.  I’ve been told there are lists that Bill Gates, Richard Branson and Les Brown recommends.  Many are quite lengthy and the lists are quite long.  So here’s a list of three books of manageable length you can read today to boost your confidence and unleash your inner dragon.  Click the subheadings to find out where where you can buy the book!  Let’s get started!

David and Goliath (Malcolm Gladwell)

I’ve reviewed this book before, and come to the conclusion it is one of the most formidable nonfiction works of our day.  It is definitely a must read if you feel like the underdog sometimes.  The great thing about this book, is that it doesn’t stroke your ego or ask you to be someone that you are not.  Written by Malcolm Gladwell, David and Goliath is an engaging page-turner that will not leave you disappointed or uninspired.  Pick it up today and accomplish great feats tomorrow.

Maximizing Your Potential (Myles Munroe)

Written by the late minister, Myles Munroe, this quick read is packed with the kind of direction a father would give his son.  Munroe’s insights on purpose, destiny and meaning will help you answer the pressing questions of your life.  His message goes to the quintessential essence of us all . . . “Who am I?  Why am I here?”  Get started on a life worth remembering by picking up this great read.

Rich Dad Poor Dad (Robert Kiyosaki – 1997)

While money isn’t everything, the best thing you can learn from this book, is that money is an idea.   An idea worth understanding. If you find yourself chasing money, you will understand why it is the creators of money that make the rules, and not the paper chasers.

While there are tons of books on the market that are certainly worth the read, these good reads will get you off to a good start.  Be sure to pick up a copy today!


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