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Best Books: 47 Motivation And Life Changing Books

Want to take control of your life? Change something? We reached out to find the motivational and life-changing books that have changed lives.

There are the 47 books you should read to change your life forever.

#1 The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth by John C. Maxwell

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After graduating college in 2016, like most recent graduates who have not landed a job immediately, I was feeling a completely lost. For the first time in my life, I had no guidance or sense of direction. I had high aspirations and no idea how to get there. I decided to join a book club called DEFIN3 right as they were already halfway through Maxwell's book. After initially picking this book up, I just couldn't put it down. It truly spoke to me in all aspects of my life.

The book taught me that nothing in my life would change for the better until I decided to consistently create positive habits that will benefit my future. In addition, it taught me how to change my perspective of my current situation. Shortly after reading the book, I began going to the gym and lost a significant amount of weight. I also packed my bags and moved to Atlanta to seek my dream job.

Today, I am a Senior Digital Marketing Specialist at The List Inc, one of Atlanta's fastest growing marketing companies. I give that book all the credit for changing my perspective when I was bogged down. It taught me how to pick myself up and never stop chasing the things I want. I even gave it to my sister when she was going through a similar experience and it changed her life as well. Everyone should read this book!

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Contributors: Erynn LaFlamme Organization: The List Inc.

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#2 Change Your Life! by Allen Klein

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As the author of Change Your Life!: A Little Book of Big Ideas, I was surprised at how much this book actually changed my life. Collecting uplifting and motivational quotes about such things as dreaming the impossible dream, helping others, and growing old gracefully, among other topics, helped me look at and uplift the challenges I was facing in my own life.

Also, it was the first book that I got to work on with a new publisher (Viva Editions), so I didn’t know how it would go. Turns out, it went extremely well. It was the start of a long relationship with them publishing eight more books after this one. Certainly, a situation that changed my writing career.

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Contributors: Allen Klein from Viva Editions

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#3 Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson

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It is a really short book that can be easily read in one or two hours. Yet, being so short doesn't stop this book from bringing incredible knowledge that can literally change the way you think and perceive everyday life. In the book, Dr. Spencer shows four characters - two persons and two mice. Each of these characters depicts different types of people and life approaches.

Everyone will find himself as one of the characters. One is stubborn and thinks that he deserves everything and doesn't have to do anything to get things. Another wants to discover new things and doubts about his situation but is too fearful to do anything. Third does what other character does and the last is not scared of changes and always moves forward.

By realizing which character we are and which one we want to actually be we acknowledge the actions we have to take to make that change. This book will show you how to live the best version of your life. I've read this book a while ago, but I still remember one quote - What would you do if you weren't afraid? - it crashed me at first, but then I realized that I do not really have to be scared to take an action.

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Contributors: Jakub Kliszczak from CrazyCall

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#4 Thirty Before Thirty by Griselda Benavides

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In honor of my 30th birthday, I interviewed people from all over the world. Among the 30 is Jose Hernandez from Mariachi Sol de Mexico. An au pair is also included in the book, a sportscaster and many love stories, one of my favorite love stories is about a woman (my friend) who met her husband through an online dating website in 2000! Since then they got married and now have a son. The interview topics were about life, love, and travel. It is filled with stories that help soothe our souls, like the stories that talk about thriving under the most unusual of circumstances, like Chato's story who was brought into the US a child and lived here ever since but recently deported a couple years ago. He had to learn to live in his ancestral country and start fresh.

The reader can also laugh at stories like Angie's that talk about the emotions felt on a first date... And the reader can also learn through the interviewees who talk about traveling. Jorge, for example, talks about traveling to 29 countries, and Angie (different Angie from above) talks about her move from Newport Beach, California to Alaska! She talks about how she has to hunt for her food. At the very end of the 30 chapters, the reader is able to answer a Q&A session where they are asked what goals they themselves want to achieve when they want to achieve them by ...etc. The idea was to create a positive book and a better outlook on turning 30.

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Contributors: Griselda Benavides from GriseldaBenavides

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#5 No Excuses by Brian Tracey

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This book reminds me to stay focused and makes you confront the excuses that you are making so that you can move forward on anything you want to anything. I love the no-nonsense approach to the book, that tends to give you a mental swift kick in the rear end to that tells you, stop making excuses, you have the time, you have the money, stop making excuses and get it done.

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Contributors: Cassandra Freeman from Thoughtful Inspirations

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#6 Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand

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This book changed my life because it gave me a different perspective.  So many times we feel like we are struggling to get through our own circumstances in life but to see the struggle these men went through, lived through, and overcame always motivates me that there is much more in us than we think.

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Contributors: Cassandra Freeman from Thoughtful Inspirations

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#7 Mutant Message Down Under by Marlo Morgan

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This book follows the journey and personal growth of the author as she spends time deep in the Australian wilderness with native Aboriginal tribes. Unlike many typical motivational and self-help books, this book follows a narrative plot line which helps keep readers' attention and dive deep into the story. After reading I became significantly more mindful of my daily thoughts and actions and began to explore my own areas of growth.

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Contributors: Alison Haselden from Alison Haselden

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#8 Dreams Don’t Have Deadlines by Marc Victor Hansen

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This book by Marc Victor Hansen was the spark that lit the fire. All the knowledge I had gained in life was put into action after repeated listens to this book. It finally gave me the motivation to achieve a milestone in my life and that was to write a book. I finished my first book after two years of writing.

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Contributors: Johnny Welsh from Weedgalized in Colorado

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#9 The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy

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It is a common sense, easy to apply guide to build any aspect of your life.  When people are looking for motivation, start here because motivation and emotion can easily fade if not utilized properly. The Compound Effect gets you going in the right direction and then uses that burst to build a habit of little successes that will continue building towards big wins in the long haul.

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Contributors: Alex Moen Organisation: Match Made Coffee

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#10 Third Circle Theory by Pejman Ghadimi

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If you are looking for an easy to read manual on how to break out from the pack and are looking to help others, this is the book for you. TCT helped me envision a better world and a better life for myself. It helped me realize that I was not only setting goals too low for myself, but that part of the process of success is not just personal success, it is helping give back to others. This book was one of the main reasons I started my podcast which literally shows an abundance of examples of inspirational people from all types of backgrounds doing what they love and giving back to their community and those around them.

There are a million successful people in this world, that is easy to see. But, how many of these people take it one step further by then reaching out to others to help them through their own individual paths? No one becomes successful by themselves, and we must share and help teach others. It is then the role of the student to work hard with that new information. I am not saying to feed a man a fish, but rather teach him how to fish. This book is about selflessness and that your future is in your own hands.

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Contributors: KristófLewis from The Kristof Lewis Podcast

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#11 The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

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To me, The Alchemist is to self-help books what the Titanic is to romance movies. This is another one of those books the I had heard about repeatedly and I am pleased to say that it lives up to its reputation. This book helped me to validate my decision to follow my passions because the best way to make the world a better place, to contribute to mankind is to live your passion.

And when you live your passion, you live love. As it was so beautifully said: “Love never keeps a man from pursuing his personal legend. If he abandons that quest, then it was never true love, the love that speaks the language of the world. “ Moreover, “no heart has ever suffered when it goes in search of its dream. Because every second of the search is a second encounter with God, and with eternity. Every second of the search is an encounter with God.”

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Contributors: Clementine Affana from Travel with Clem

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#12 The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma

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I finished this book in 2 days! Robin Sharma had a way in weaving all the key lessons in such an enticing manner, that I was simply hooked. I could identify with the lawyer whose story is being told, simply because I can relate with living in a world where every single thing requires your attention, so much so that you are constantly on the edge and you are chasing the wrong priorities.

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Contributors: Clementine Affana from Travel with Clem

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#13 The Gifts of Imperfection by Brene Brown

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Once you discover what The Gifts of Imperfection are, you will have so many eye-opening moments and realize how you can better love and appreciate yourself through the simplest acts in life. This book touches deep on topics such as courage, compassion, and shows us that no matter how strong we are, sometimes, we lack courage. There are a lot of lifesaving lessons that can be gathered from this book, and this is definitely a recommendation for anyone.

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Contributors: Clementine Affana from Travel with Clem

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#14 The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz

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The author used an interesting perspective and approach, facts from the “Toltec wisdom” where he is from, to set the stage for the next few pages and to really carry the reader throughout the entire book. I kept anticipating when he was going to start talking about the 4 agreements, and then Bam! It hit me. I’m so excited to tell you about what the 4 agreements are, but you have to read it and discover it for yourself.

While I was reading this self-help book, I experienced a true paradigm shift on my perspective on key aspects in life, as simple as interactions with others, pre-conceived beliefs, the power of the word (which I already knew about but appreciated the reinforcement on) and SIMPLE and applicable things you can do every day to drastically turn your life around.

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Contributors: Clementine Affana from Travel with Clem

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#15 The Four Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss

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The Four Hour Workweek opened my eyes to the fact that I can create a life that deviates from the standard 40-hour workweek and explore other life interests, while putting in less hours. The book showed me that I could do this by creating my own business and follow the strategies in the book to automate and grow my business.

While I do put in more than four hours a week in my business, I am truly grateful that I have been able to cut my workload significantly while working on my own passion, my business. I don't know if I would have thought to take this path if I hadn't discovered Ferriss' book. I am always grateful to have discovered this new lifestyle of working for myself and working less overall.

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Contributors: Sarah Stromsdorfer from My OT Spot 

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#16 The Surrender Experiment by Michael Singer

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Great insights as to how you can let life happen from anywhere, and if you follow your intuition and guidance you can make ANYTHING happen. For so long I felt I had to push to make things happen and get things done. It makes FOMO simply not an issue - if you follow your intuition and trust all is well.

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Contributors: Kathryn Goetzke from TheMoodFactory

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#17 Believe Bigger by Marshawn Evans Daniels

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Believe Bigger by Marshawn Evans Daniels is a motivational business book for people who are desiring to reach the apex of success but I current stuck in their present reality. Evans Daniels shares her personal experience of hurt and betrayal and how she used it as the catalyst to build her multi-million dollar empire.

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Contributors: Shade Y. Adu from Savvy Solutions Consulting

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#18 The Art of Exceptional Living by Jim Rohn

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This book illustrates living with style and designing your life. I learned the art of goal setting which I still use today. I first began listening to this audiobook in 1995 and I still listen today.

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Contributors: Johnny Welsh from Weedgalized in Colorado

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#19 Lead the Field by Earl Nightingale

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This book teaches many success principles and how to implement them for a successful life.

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Contributors: Johnny Welsh from Weedgalized in Colorado

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#20 The Universe Doesn’t Give a Flying F*** About You

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This book happened to come along at just the right time. I was thinking of starting a business and worried what people would think of me if I failed. I was even worried about what people would think of me if I succeeded. This book is just a few pages long and is more of a manifesto if anything. It focuses on how small and insignificant one person is in comparison to the universe. It was here before you were born, and will be around long after you’re gone, so really, what does a little embarrassment or failure really matter? It was the final nudge I needed to let go of my inhibitions and just go for it.

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Contributors: Nelson Jordan from Agency Match

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#21 Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

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I used to read it every day on the subway to my fast food job and it saw me through hard times because the first chapter did the best job of explaining to me what the law of attraction is.

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Contributors: Mitch Miller from Opposed Media

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#22 The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday

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I love this book because it reminds me that there are no true problems in business, they are all learnings. It also teaches about mental and emotional resilience, a rarely talked about asset in business.

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Contributors: Karla Singson from Karla Singson

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#23 GO! How to Get Going and Achieve your Goals and Dreams

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WOMEN SHARE A COMMON EPIDEMIC: DREAM DRAIN. Their goals and dreams are often put on hold or they quietly slip away. They adjust their dreams to fit their circumstances, rather than adjusting their circumstances to fit their dreams. How do you recover lost goals and dreams? How do you move forward if you are in transition or feeling lost or stuck? The answer can be as simple as focusing on everyday objects. GO! How to Get Going and Achieve your Goals and Dreams teaches women and girls in four guided steps, how to select and display special objects that represent their goals. Through mindfulness, repetitive visualization and tenacious planning, the Goal Objects (GO!) become an empowering compass to keep a woman on the path towards her goals. The Goal Objects become a metaphor of her life and regular reminder of what she wants to achieve.

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Contributors: Marcia Morgan from Migima, LLC

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#24 The Blood Sugar Solution 10-Day Detox Diet by Mark Hyman

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This book allowed me to realize that I could be healthy! I had no idea what a healthy meal was. The journal portion of The 10-Day Detox Program helped me reveal deep emotional wounds. It taught me how to nourish my body, mind, soul, and spirit! It told the truth about the food industry and government influence!

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Contributors: Deborah Lucero from Live Your Full Life

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#25 The Tapping Solution by Nick Ortner

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I discovered the most amazing healing technique ever!  Not only did I have a coping skill to process and release my emotions, but I also had a tool to change my old programs. It helped me to find a way to cope with all the emotions that I had bottled up for decades! It helped me realize that “I Am Enough!”

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Contributors: Deborah Lucero from Live Your Full Life

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#26 Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins

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This book started a fire under my a**! Boy, Tony Robbins said a mouthful when you said, “Take massive action!” He also emphasized, “You get what you focus on in life.”  The book offers journaling opportunities which prove to be valuable to the process of healing. It helped me to find a way to see the bullshit story I was hiding behind for decades!

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Contributors: Deborah Lucero from Live Your Full Life

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#27 The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton

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This book helped me, to understand, how ‘Tapping’ could be used for anything and everything in my life! Because of Bruce Lipton’s explanation, I now understand how the process of ‘Tapping’ works. It helped me realize how the conscious and subconscious mind work!  I also realized that “I Am Not A Victim!”

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Contributors: Deborah Lucero from Live Your Full Life

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#28 The Power of Your Subconscious Mind, Dr. Joseph Murphy

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It helped me realize how to apply the process of forgiveness to my life. Thank you for helping me learn to forgive myself and others.  It helped me realize, “Forgiveness Is The Gift You Give Yourself!”  It showed me how to master the power of your subconscious mind in basic terms for anyone to comprehend!

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Contributors: Deborah Lucero from Live Your Full Life

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#29 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey

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This book helped me become a better person. First, I realized I could be ‘response-able.’ I could choose to leave the stress response cycle behind. I could stop reacting and start making changes in my life that I was capable of changing. Another vital concept I learned is ‘we are interdependent.’ Also, I learned how and why our frustrations are related to our expectations.

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Contributors: Deborah Lucero from Live Your Full Life

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#30 The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

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This book helped me realize how to give and receive love according to the five love languages! helped me find hope and purpose in my marriage. It helped me realize that I was not just butting my head up against a brick wall. There is a process involved.

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Contributors: Deborah Lucero from Live Your Full Life

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#31 Quantum Enigma by Bruce Rosenblum and Fred Kuttner

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This book helped me realize my unnecessary attachment to emotions. It helped me find freedom from the emotions that I had bottled up for decades! It also helped me grasp the power of your subconscious mind.

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Contributors: Deborah Lucero from Live Your Full Life

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#32 The One Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan

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This book taught me about focus, about possibility, and about ability. When you focus on one thing, then all of your energy is placed on that one thing. You focus on ‘the one thing’ that needs to get done at that moment. You do the most important thing first. I started noticing that there was a common theme in all of the books I was reading. Every successful person had a system in place to nurture their mind, body, soul, and spirit.

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Contributors: Deborah Lucero from Live Your Full Life

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#33 The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz

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This book helped me move beyond that smallness of my mind and the self-limiting beliefs that held me back! It taught me that to succeed you must change. It helped me realize I have the potential to live the life I dreamed of when I was a child. That BIG life I envisioned! It revived my hope!

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Contributors: Deborah Lucero from Live Your Full Life

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#34 Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki

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“To Improve Your Marriage, It Is Better To Improve Yourself!” and, “Don’t work on the other person, work on your thoughts about the other person.” It helped me realize you need the RIGHT mindset to release thoughts not serving you and change old programs. It taught me to focus my attention and put all your energy into mastering your goals. It showed me how to see the possibilities!

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Contributors: Deborah Lucero from Live Your Full Life

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#35 Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself by Joe Dispenza

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This book taught me, “I Am The Placebo!” I finally fully understood and made the connection of how powerful the mind is! How to use those higher-level emotions to manifest your dreams and desired. Once you learn that process, you can apply it to ANYTHING! I also learned how to, “Use-It-Or-Lose-It!” So, I used it to get rid of bad habits.

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Contributors: Deborah Lucero from Live Your Full Life

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#36 The Little Book of Gratitude by Robert A. Emmons

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This book helped me comprehend the full meaning of ‘pronoia!’ I stumbled upon this brilliant term when I read this book. It helped me to understand how I have been blessed with so many mentors and they don't even know me. I now appreciate all the thought leaders that have made such a HUGE impact on my life. I gained a complete understanding of the importance of gratitude!

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Contributors: Deborah Lucero from Live Your Full Life

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#37 Happy Healthy You by KJ Landis

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This is a total wellness toolkit with real stories of folks who have suffered extreme trauma and those dealing with everyday drama and how they not just coped but thrived. This is available in eBook format on every type of device. It’s perfect for gift giving or for oneself, with instant, helpful impact on a loved one’s life.

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Contributors: KJ Landis from the Superior Self series 

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#38 Eat That Frog! By Brian Tracy

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Wake up every morning and complete your biggest, most important, and often most dreaded task first. Not only will you have a sense of accomplishment, but that task is often the one that will have the biggest positive impact on your job/business. As an entrepreneur in the fitness industry, it is easy to get swept up in the small tasks such as scheduling, follow-ups, and keeping up with cancellations. By tackling my biggest tasks first thing in the morning, I know that my business is continually moving forward.

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Contributors: Alysa Boan from FitnessTrainer

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#39 Breaking the Chains of Obesity by Jenn Zerling

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Our fast-paced culture and technological dependency consumes us to the point of leaving little to no attention for our own personal needs. I wanted to write a book that offers a toolbox of HOW TO answers for all those who have been in the never-ending quest for weight loss.

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Contributors: Jenn JZ' Zerling from JZ Fitness and Fit Because Podcast

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#40 GUTS: Find Your Greatness, Beat the Odds, Live From Passion

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Do you want to understand the important difference between head, heart, and gut and where each fits into better decision-making? Are you ready to enjoy a purpose driven life and all of the joy and contentment it can bring?

GUTS will help you find that purpose driven life that is yours to live with joy, passion, and success. Now, more than ever is the time to go for the gusto, to find your own Duckworth grit. In his book GUTS, Sam Bracken explains why we all need to dig deep and do soul searching to see what lights the fire within that brings forth our very best. When we say something takes guts, we usually mean it takes courage to do it. It takes guts to go skydiving or to run a marathon or to try out for the school play. Look back at the great personalities who made a difference in the pages of history.

What did they all have in common? Determination and tenacity. In short, GUTS! Science now tells us that lots of talented individuals produce great stuff, but very few produce a lot of great stuff-and even fewer produce a lot of great stuff over a long career. What do these few highly productive people have in common? Grit and grace and a large helping of self-belief. To be a true leader, you have to start with yourself. Are you ready to do some soul searching and learn the secrets to guts, self-empowerment, a purpose driven life, and grit and grace?

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Contributors: Christina McCall from Mango Publishing

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#41 Think Happy to Stay Happy by Becca Anderson

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Sometimes happiness can feel evasive. You want to be happy, but you feel as if you just can't figure out how. Think Happy to Stay Happy is here to help. In this book, Becca Anderson brings you fifty chapters filled with positivity ideas and inspiration to help you learn how to be happy. Discover how to make a personal gratitude adjustment--how to change your mindset for the better.

All of the world's wisdom traditions agree that states of higher being are not attained by stumbling around an unmarked road to blisstown. Instead, they result from inner work and self-development. Think Happy to Stay Happy is here to help start you on your journey towards real bliss.

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Contributors: Christina McCall from Mango Publishing

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#42 Badass Affirmations by Becca Anderson

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If you affirm yourself every day, you can rule the world. More importantly, you can live a life filled with love, joy, fulfillment, and satisfaction thanks to your own positive self-regard. Badass Affirmations is the ultimate motivating, encouraging, and uplifting book to enjoy and share.

Create your own ideal life and build your self-esteem with these positive daily affirmations. These very wise words have the power to touch our hearts, build confidence, make us laugh, and alleviate our stress―all while realizing the vast potential life has to offer.

Becca Anderson, the bestselling author of The Book of Awesome Women, serves up a memorable and inspirational banquet of positive self-affirmations, delicious bon mots, quips, and unforgettable quotes from movie stars, musicians, politicians, and women writers. Everyone from Malala to Madonna to Michelle Obama weighs in on the meaning of life with badass wit and timeless wisdom.

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Contributors: Christina McCall from Mango Publishing

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#43 Badass Women Give the Best Advice by Becca Anderson

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Women's Studies scholar Becca Anderson has gathered the wisdom from a chorusof fabulous femmes for this one-of-a-kind advice book.

From housewives to Hollywood starlets, from standup comedians to startup entrepreneurs, from feminists to Facebook queens, these badass women offer unvarnished and unabashed opinions about love, life, word, men, and sex and share their very frank and forthright thinking on the wild world of relationships. This delightfully dishy gathering of gal pals is like having a heart-to-heart with 200 of your closest friends. Garrulous girls and loquacious ladies of from every walk of life unleash their wicked wit in this humorous and enlightening compilation and tell it like it is.

Topics include What the World Needs Now, Love Hurts, Lost Love, and Are Men Really Necessary and cover sex, personal ads, blind dates, breakups, weddings, and the prerequisites for the perfect kiss. Sidebars include quizzes, love and sex bucket lists and topics like Size Really Does Matter, and Cry Me a River, The Weepiest Romantic Movies Ever. Wait, there's more--true tales about wild women of yore that entertain as much as they enlighten. From Anais Nin to Lily Tomlin, from Amy Bloom to Dorothy Allison, from Drew Barrymore to Chrissy Teigan and beyond, there's no shortage of sass, sarcasm, or sizzle and a few shocks along the way!

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Contributors: Christina McCall from Mango Publishing

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#44 Every Day Thankful by Becca Anderson

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This lovely book is full of graces, blessings, and quotes to share over the evening meal, as a hostess gift, or for daily reflection. In today's frenetic world, the common experience of sharing grace and gratitude can restore a sense of community and humanity to society and can enhance your relationships.

By praying together at the daily meal with these gratitudes, your family will be happier as you become bonded together by blessings. Add the joy of living in thankfulness by incorporating daily reflections and inspirational prayers into your plan for each day. This collection of 365 blessings-ranging from the words of Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh and Abraham Lincoln to Maya Angelou and Oprah-will bring joy to your family and friends as you share, pray, and reflect together.

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#45 Get It Done by Hayley Hobson

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Are you willing to take risks and support yourself and your family like never before? If so, then Get It Done by renowned speaker, life coach, and author Hayley Hobson is the last self-guide book you'll ever need. Moving away from mainstream mediocrity to live an exciting and fulfilling life sounds like an amazing promise―and this book will help motivate you to make it come true.

In Get It Done, Hayley Hobson teaches you the secret that lies between a holistic heart and passion with an attitude. Each chapter points out areas of life that can be chaotic, and then gives you the secret to overcoming the noise. Hobson shares personal fixes you can apply immediately as you go from madness to mindfulness. From time management and organization to prioritizing and task management, Get It Done illustrates specific scenarios and personal life stories that detail what things look like when they are out of balance.

Emphasizing your need to take action, Hayley follows up with plans ready for you to implement. No more excuses. It's Time to Get It Done!

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#46 Love The Sh*t Out Of Yourself by Zoey Arielle Poulsen

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Wise words and positive affirmations have the power to touch our hearts, make us laugh, alleviate our stress--while realizing the vast potential life has to offer. Grouped together, these quips, quotes, and power thoughts can help you deal with everything life throws at you. Build your self-esteem with daily affirmations, and you can rule the world.

Like a muscle, the more you do it, the stronger your confidence and sense of self will be. More importantly, you can live a life filled with love, joy, fulfillment, and satisfaction thanks to your own positive self-regard. Simply put, you'll be too blessed to be stressed! Love the Sh*t Out of Yourself is the ultimate motivating, encouraging, and uplifting book to enjoy and share.

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#47 You’re Going to Survive by Alexandra Franzen

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No matter what kind of career you've chosen, you're going to deal with discouragement, frustration, and situations that are, shall we say, less than ideal. It could be a job interview that goes nowhere. Or a book that gets rejected.48 times and counting.

Or a vicious one-star review that rattles your self-esteem and makes you question your talent, your identity, everything. When that moment arrives, open this book. Inside, you'll find inspiring true stories from all kinds of people―from authors, chefs, lawyers, website designers, and Broadway performers to personal stylists, jazz musicians, business consultants, non-profit fundraisers, and more―each describing one of the worst moments in their entire career, and how they got through it.

Each chapter is filled with honesty, humor, and heartfelt encouragement to help you stay motivated, keep marching, and never give up―even when things feel incredibly tough. No matter what's going on in your career right now, this isn't the end of your story. You're going to survive.

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