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  1. Kevin Pruitt@Personalized children’s books

    This is a fantastic list! I personally can’t get enough of top 10 book lists, but I haven’t come across a list for motivational books in quite some time. Much appreciated!

    Kevin

    • Stephen Borgman

      Hi, Kevin. Thanks for stopping by. I may have to update this list soon, as I have come across some other great ones, but these are the ones for now :)

  2. Yorinda

    Hi Steve,

    great to see your list, thank you for sharing it.

    I have the What colour is you parachute on my shelf, but haven’t read it yet.
    Did you do the things in the “Artist’s Way”? I heard it can be very powerful.

    I Lik Dr Demartini’s ‘You can have an amazing life in 60 days’.

    Looking forward to seeing your updates.
    Cheers,
    Yorinda
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  3. Tom

    Great list – I’ve read most of them, but never heard of Maximum Achievement. Can’t wait to read it. Thanks!
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    • Stephen Borgman

      Thank you, Tom. What are some of your favorites?

      • Tom

        Hey Stephen, from your list Awaken the Giant Within and 7 Habits are my favorite. Think and Grow Rich, Mastering Your Hidden Self, and 4 Hour Work Week are also really good.

  4. Steve-Personal Success Factors

    Love all of the ones you mentioned, Tom. I haven’t read Mastering Your Hidden Self, though. I’ll have to check it out.

  5. Mark@jubileumboek

    Anthony Robbins books are indeed great to read and inspirational. One of the books I’ve read with joy and which gave me a lot of inspiration was “sacred hoops”, a book written by Phil Jackson. He was former coach of the Chicago Bulls and was managing a bunch of ego’s with practicing Zen meditation techniques.

    • Stephen Borgman

      Thanks for sharing, Mark :)

  6. Jimmie Barber

    I would have to say, a couple of my favorite motovational books would be “Beieve andAchieve”, by W. Clement Stone, and secondly I have to say “Think ad Grow Rich”. I first like to start my motovation for the day wth a good prayer and/or passage from the bible. I will have to admit, sometmes I have to dust the off a bit, but seem to get back on track. Thanks Stphen, you have a real nice site going here!
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