Unlocks Your Inner Millionaire

I’m a firm believer that everybody has the potential to become a millionaire.

It all just comes down to the tools you have, the drive you have, and a sprinkle of luck.

The first two are things you control, and the third tends to follow quickly if the first two are in place.

I often talk a lot about drive and motivation, but today I’m going to reveal some tools that unlock the inner millionaire inside you!

When talking about success tools, there are plenty of avenues we could go down, but one set of tools stands out the most to me: books.

I know it’s not the most exciting subject but reading the right books can help alter your state of mind and uncover the millionaire inside you.

The three books I’m going to recommend are special, because they are books that I re-read every 2-3 years.


Well, the first time I read them I gained a wealth of knowledge that catapulted me toward success.

Every read after provided me with a new set of ideals, because I was viewing them through a different lens.

It reminds me of the old Heraclitus quote:

“No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.”

These books provide a different outlook for me every time I revisit them, and I suggest you keep these 3 books and do the same!

The first one is Essentialism by Greg McKeown.

Everyone will take different lessons from each of these books depending on what stage of success they’re in, but the real nugget I initially got from this one is to stop worrying about the things I couldn’t control and to kick the things out of my life that weren’t contributing to my success.

It sounds harsh, but this one may ruin some relationships you have that are hindering your success.

These second book is It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want to Be by Paul Arden.

This one is a very quick read and is also very visual.

This book is a tool to help the drive and motivation inside you. The book claims to make the unthinkable thinkable and the impossible possible. Well, I can tell you it does just that!

The third and final book of today is Art of War by Sun Tzu.

There’s no doubt you’ve heard of this book and probably have been recommended it before.

It is not inherently a business book, but the strategies deployed throughout, although for war, directly lend themselves to business and success.

There are plenty of books that analyze and try to translate the original in a business sense, but you’re better off getting the original version and taking what you need out of it yourself.

I can assure you, each read of this one provides pearls of wisdom not revealed on prior reads.

I have bookshelves filled with books that have changed my life, and a lot of them I re-read every few years, but these 3 are must-reads in my collection and I implore you to pick them up today to unlock the inner millionaire inside you!

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