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Suggested Reading List

I encourage you to never stop learning. In that spirit, here are some books I recommend to continue your journey of self-discovery and success. I’ll add to the list as I continue to find relevant titles. Just click on the image of any book that looks interesting and it will take you directly to Amazon.com. Enjoy!

This is the book Bob Proctor was given in 1961 that changed the course of his life.

Written by  Bob Proctor’s mentor, Earl Nightingale.

Maltz was the first researcher and author to explain how the self-image (a term he popularized) has complete control over an individual’s ability to achieve (or fail to achieve) any goal.

One of the twentieth century’s most powerful and intriguing works on how to use the manifesting powers of your mind.

This is the book that inspired the movie “The Secret”.

Find True Wealth in your own backyard.

The War of Art emphasizes the resolve needed to recognize and overcome the obstacles of ambition and then effectively shows how to reach the highest level of creative discipline.

One of the most inspiring and impactful books ever written. It has transformed the lives of Presidents and CEOs, educators and parents.

Great book about making quantum leaps in your personal effectiveness.

The thing you need most is to consistently “Be” your best self.

The authors expose the fascinating ways that we can blind ourselves to our true motivations and unwittingly sabotage the effectiveness of our own efforts to achieve success and increase happiness.

The remarkable story of Josh Waitzkin’s personal achievement. He shares the principles of learning and performance that have propelled him to the top…twice.

Bob Proctor’s International Best Seller.

Excerpts from Bob Proctor’s most popular workshop—The Matrixx.

How can we change our thoughts so that the result of every thought—the offspring of thought—sets us up to win rather than lose?

Full of practical advice for individuals who want to better themselves. An essential little volume which explains and promotes the direct connection between our thoughts and our happiness.