7 Books That Will Help You Live A More Abundant Life

I bet you have read a book or two that has really opened your eyes to a new way of thinking about your life. I’ve been fortunate in my life to discover many such books. Today, I am excited to share with you my seven all-time favorites.

Each of these books have, in their own way, helped along the path to develop the life of my dreams. The can help you to develop the life of your dreams, and to help you live your life more abundantly.

You have probably heard of a few of these. You may have even read a couple. I hope you have. I also hope that you discover at least one you have not read that will change your life.

My Seven Favorite Books:

I couldn’t be more thankful for the teachings and perspective I’ve gained from these books. In fact, I still refer back to many of them. The inspiration and know-how is timeless.

I hope you choose to pick up a copy of at least one of these books that you have yet to read. Consider it a quality investment in your online pursuits and general happiness. I’m so glad I picked up these books, and I know you will be too.

What books are on your list of all-time great books? Comment below.

 

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  • http://dreamjobprogram.com/ Drew Tewell

    My top five are:

    5. The Dip, by Seth Godin
    4. Crush It, by Gary Vaynerchuk
    3. Built to Last, by Jim Collins
    2. Pour Your Heart Into It, by Howard Schultz
    1. The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, by Stephen Covey

    Have you read few on your list, Steve. Have you read any on my list?

    • sespring

      Drew those are all great books. I have read all of them but The Dip and will have to read that one soon. Thanks for your comments!

  • Kirsten

    The Secret by Rhonda Byrne -loved it!

    • sespring

      Thanks Kirsten. I will have to put The Secret on my reading list.

  • nicole

    You’ve got a great list, Steve. I’m familiar with only a few… the bible being at the top of my favorites list too. My list however, addresses the art of acknowledging human frailty and developing the innerself so that as i discover my purpose, I’m also creating an ‘aware’ self. My favs;
    The Bible
    The Outliers- Malcolm Gladwell
    The Tipping Point-Malcolm Gladwell
    Blink- you guessed it, Malcolm Gladwell.
    On Leadership- I can’t recall the author…but the book was fascinating.

    • sespring

      Thanks Nicole. Your list is great too!