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Sometimes finding the necessary motivation and inspiration to not only carry on with life, but to do well in life, can be a difficult thing to capture. But, sometimes all it takes is a shift in perspective and attitude--something that business magnate Tony Robbins helps people find for themselves.
Robbins is a firm believer that it is an individual’s personal hardships in life that provide them with the most valuable lessons in life. Robbins, who suffered from abuse at the hands of his mother as a child, now heads a holding company that consists of 12 different companies, bringing in over $5 billion in sales each year.
This man found success in life after enduring hardship, and he wants to help you do the same.
Here are three books that Tony Robbins himself reads when he needs inspiration and motivation to push forward:
”Tools of the Titans” by Tim Ferriss
"Tim is a brilliant thinker. The way he approaches mastery is inspiring in many ways. His latest book is no exception. What I loved about 'Tools of Titans' is that it distills key tactics, routines and habits of the ultra-successful in actionable ways that anyone can take advantage of. Highly recommended. Every chapter is a valuable lesson."
”Living Forward” by Michael Hyatt, Daniel Harkavy
"The people who have achieved greatness are not just lucky. They created and executed a plan, took massive action to get results, and were willing to adjust the course when the plan didn't work. "While most people understand this in business, they don't always apply it to every area of their life. That's why I recommend this book. It's a guide that will show you how to develop and utilize a clear and compelling Life Plan to create the life you want."
”Start with Why” by Simon Sinek
"The basis of this book is so important to anyone looking to increase their influence, profits or impact. People won't truly buy into a product, service, movement, or idea until they understand the WHY behind it. When you start with the why, everything else falls into place."
"This book is so impactful, I consider it required reading."