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5 Books Every Future Influencer Should Read

The world of influencers is an ever-evolving one. If you’ve got your aspirations set on being an influencer, then these are the 5 books you should read.

#1 The Slight Edge By Jeff Olson

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This book is more than self-help, it's a philosophy to work toward success, one centimeter at a time. This will influence every aspect of your life and let you more easily influence others. Short and sweet, check out the audiobook for a great introduction by the author.

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Contributors: Eric Deegear from New Man Revolution

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#2 Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins

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A leader among the inspired, Tony Robbins brings out the inner hopes and life dreams from his readers. I love the confidence and drive that Tony brings to the table. He is the influencer for influencers and a must-read when creating your year's reading list.

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Contributors: Eric Deegear from New Man Revolution

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#3 Anything You Want by Derek Sivers

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This book is about how Derek Sivers accidentally grew CD Baby to $22 million. His philosophy is a manifesto for the next generation of entrepreneurs who see business as a way to help others. “It’s about what you want to be, not what you want to have.”

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Contributors: Margo Aaron from The Arena Virtual Coworking Space

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#4 Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

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This book is a giant middle finger to the struggling artist stereotype. Gilbert challenges the notion that you must be addicted to suffering if you want to create great art (or if you want to create, at all). This book will push you to let go of your preconceived notion of art as something “important” or that you must be “talented” to do. It’s a delightful reframe of everything you thought you knew about creativity. It’s also unsuspectingly funny and will teach you how to lean into being yourself, something all influencers must embrace if they don’t want to go through life suffering from imposter syndrome.

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Contributors: Margo Aaron from The Arena Virtual Coworking Space

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#5 Successful Philanthropy by Jean Shafiroff

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Successful Philanthropy is a practical guide to modern giving that redefines philanthropy for today's era. Far beyond making monetary donations, philanthropy today encompasses giving time and knowledge, resources that can be just as valuable as financial contributions.

Successful Philanthropy offers the practical guidance and inspiring perspective that empowers all of us to take part in building a better world. Learn to identify your passions and interests and discover how they can guide your philanthropic work. Find the best ways to choose a charity that will offer personal fulfillment while also making the best use of your contribution to the cause of your choice.

Successful Philanthropy features a special introduction by Georgina Bloomberg who discusses how she paired her background as an equestrian and as a philanthropist to launch her charitable venture, The Riders Closet. In addition, the book features a foreword by Scott Elkins, US Campaign Director of the Margaret Thatcher Scholarship Trust at Oxford University and CEO of SE Advisors, who salutes author Jean Shafiroff for encouraging others to help bring about change, through the text and her philanthropic initiatives in any way possible.

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Contributors: Leonela Taveras from Lawlor Media Group

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