Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counsellors, and the most patient of teachers.
—Charles William Eliot
Continuing the topic of support, by far the most important friend on my journey of building selfdiscipline, developing mental resilience, and working on my long-term goals were non-fiction books that were written by people who have achieved my dreams.
Book were, are, and will always be one of the most valuable things a person wishing to change themselves can learn from to make their dreams come true.
Instead of idle talk about books being incredible — I think I’ve already made my case clear — today I want to share with you three books I believe you should read for education and inspiration.
Here they are:
1. The Millionaire Fastlane by MJ DeMarco
The Millionaire Fastlane was the book that changed it all for me when it comes not only to business, but also my attitude about work and life in general. In addition to countless lessons about how to start and run a successful business, you’ll learn how to become a person tuned in to the needs of others, a skill that will aid you in all kinds of endeavors .
Granted, not everyone equates success with financial success, so if you don’t care about achieving financial independence, you can probably skip this book.