My Top 10 All-Time Favorite Life-Changing Books
A lot of emails are from media wanting to interview me. One reporter wanted to know my top ten all-time favorite life-changing books. A book addict like me can't pass up a question like that. I dropped everything and quickly listed the following:
The Magic of Believing by Claude Bristol - This one changed my life when I was a teenager. I've read it a dozen times since. It's a classic.
The Book of est by Luke Rhinehardt - This is my second favorite book of all time. It shows how you create your own life. It's very hypnotic.
Attaining Your Desires by Genevieve Behrend. This two-volume set of gems by the only personal student of Judge Troward reveals the true secrets of the universe. Inspiring.
Zero Limits by Dr. Hew Len - This is an incredible simple system for removing all barriers to success by a therapist who used it to heal an entire ward of mentally ill criminals. It's a little unfair to list it here because I co-authored it, but still, the book is changing my life.
177 Mental Toughness Secrets of the World Class by Steve Siebold - A masterpiece of wisdom that you need to read, absorb and study. A work of genius.
Beyond Positive Thinking by Dr. Robert Anthony - A classic by a living legend.
At Your Command by Neville - This is the little known first ever book by the mystic that changed my life. I love Neville.
The Success Principles by Jack Canfield - A modern day classic by a true hero of personal growth.
Why Is This Happening to Me -- Again? by Michael Ryce. This one helped me see my inner programs and helped me release them. A powerful book.
Think like a Winner! by Dr. Walter Staples. A remarkable clear-headed approach to change from the inside out.
There's another dozen or so books that should be on the list, but when forced to keep it to just ten, there's my pick.
PS - I can't leave this post without mentioning that Barry Neil Kaufman's To Love Is To Be Happy With was another life-changing book for me.
PPS - I can't believe I didn't list Debbie Ford's eye-opening book, The Dark Side of the Light Chasers. Anything by Debbie is worth reading. This one gets you to own your "shadow self" - the part of you that you are trying to hide from the world. Integrate it and you have super hero powers. Well, you'll at least be happier.
PPPS - There are so many more books I wish I could list here. What are your life-changers?
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