Here is a list of books that have been discussed on previous shows, many of them (not all) written by the guests themselves who appeared in interviews on those shows. These are among the best of the best, so be sure to add them to your reading list!
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Your Invisible Power
Gary Kobat offers this as a free download on his web site. This is one of the very first books that launched what is now known as the “New Thought” spiritual movement that culminated in the publishing of The Secret just a few years ago. A short read at just around 84 pages, you can flick through it in an afternoon and begin manifesting immediately.
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An Inward Journey: A Guide To Living Your Best Life
What is your intended purpose in life, the one you planned before you were born? What is stopping you from knowing what that purpose is? How can you discover that purpose if you don’t already know it? These and other questions are answered in Kelly’s book.
Confronting My Elephants: A Story of Triumph
This is the story of a 4-year-old Vietnamese boy whose family escapes from Vietnam the day after the fall of Saigon in 1975. They move to the states and begin one of the most difficult lives imaginable. Even so, Rubi thrives and ends up with a highly successful career in corporate America … only to discover that he has lost himself in the process. The rest of the book tells the story of how he found himself again, and how you can too!
This is Bob’s first book and is the one that launched him to fame and fortune. It’s a must-have on the book shelf of anyone in sales or who works with the public.
Fresh Passion: Get a Brand or Die a Generic
Michael D. Brown
Branding isn’t just for companies. It’s for individuals, too. If you want your career to advance, you must develop your brand. Your brand is your initial impression, and it needs to reflect who you really are inside. The closer your brand is to your passion and to who you really are, the more successful you will e.
Get Your SHIFT Together!
Not only does Steve give a great interview, he also has a book with an excellent message. Find humor in every challenge life throws at you.
You don’t have to be a comedian to see the funny side when bad things happen. It just requires a shift in your perspective. You don’t have to tell a joke. You just have to see that troubles and difficulties can be funny, depending upon how you look at them.
Your reward for seeing the funny side in life will be that you will find it much easier to be positive and happy most of the time. And when you’re positive and happy, that’s when good things will happen to you.
The Go-Giver: A Little Story About a Powerful Business Idea
Bob Burg and John David Mann
This is the book that put Bob Burg and John David Mann on the same level as Og Mandino and other parable tellers from the past. It tells the story of an ambitious young man named Joe and the five key lessons he learns on his way to initial failures followed by success.
Go-Givers Sell More
Bob Burg and John David Mann
In this non-fiction sequel to The Go-Giver, many of the letters and emails received by the authors are shared with readers. These missives talk about the successes experienced by readers of the first book with an emphasis on the particular point or thought that each reader found useful. A great way to see The Go-Giver in real-life.
How to Buy a Diamond: Insider Secrets for Getting Your Money’s Worth, Seventh Edition
In its 7th print edition as of the time we interviewed Fred, this book continues to be the gold standard among books in the field of literature about buying diamonds
Influence, The Psychology of Persuasion
Robert B. Cialdini, PhD
Fred Cuellar mentioned this book as an outstanding resource for anyone who wants to understand the fundamentals of how to pursuade people.
It’s Not About You: A Little Story About What Matters Most in Business
Bob Burg and John David Mann
This follow-up to The Go-Giver once again tells a story, but this time the story is about the importance of emphasizing the interests of your prospect or client rather than your own interests when you deal with them.
Live Like a Fruit Fly: The Secret You Already Know
Fruit flies are born, begin attending to their fruit-fly agendas almost immediately, then succumb to old age before witnessing a single change of season. Likewise, we live and die in the virtual blink of an eye.
Live Like a Fruit Fly is a call to action. Through anecdotes, insightful musings, candid stories, and hopeful messages, it emphasizes the importance of following your passions as well as being grateful through Active Appreciation (the gentle but concentrated art of meditating on ‘thank you’ for everything that has happened, is happening, and is about to happen) with just enough quirkiness to stand apart from the crowd.
Percolate: Let Your Best Self Filter Through
Based on conversations with her father while he recovered from serious illness, this book is chock full of inspirational ideas about how to remain positive in the face of trials and tribulations.
Shea Vaughn’s Breakthrough: The 5 Living Principles to Defeat Stress, Look Great, and Find Total Well-being
The 5 Living Principles of Well-Being: Commitment, Perseverance, Self-Control, Integrity, and Love are the focus of this book that will help anyone become healthy and fit while feeling good about themselves.
Soul Soothers: Mini Meditations for Busy Lives
Don’t have time to meditate each day? No problem! Just mini-meditate! Mini-meditations are little short meditative breaks you can take during your day in order to gain many of the same benefits that full meditation provides. This is a must-read for anyone who is on the go and has trouble making time to do full-blown meditations.
Spiritual Bootcamp: This Is Your Wake Up Call
Dr. Robert Pease
This book is based on a seminar that Dr. Pease sponsored between 2008 and 2010. While he currently does not put on these seminars anymore, the basic concepts can be found in the book. It includes many of the specific disciplines that Dr. Pease teaches in his practice.
Voyage of Purpose: Spiritual Wisdom from Near-Death back to Life
Can you imagine what it must be like to die, not once, but twice, and then live to tell the tale? That’s what happened to David Bennett. He tells his tale in this fascinating, plain-talk story that will rivet your attention. He also manages to share some of life’s most important lessons that he learned along the way.
What I Did On My Midlife Crisis Vacation
Insights from a woman who initially feared she would never meet the man of her dreams. Then, she changed her mind, decided to imagine him in her mind and on paper, and ended up meeting Tony and bringing endless joy into her life. This is a must-read for anyone who fears that romance has permanently passed her by.