What I Read in 2015


While I did not read as much this year as I have in the past, the things I’ve read had a profound impact on me. I chose quality over quantity this year and settled into books that could aid in my personal development, my professional etiquette and spiritual growth. Almost all of these books I’ve read twice or more and have recommended them to various people. Here’s my list and the reasons why I recommend them.

1.The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod

This book offers a very simple system for changing your life. If you’ve ever felt there wasn’t enough time in the day or if you’re looking for a way to reach your goals, this book is it.

2. Mindset by Carol Dweck

The difference between having a growth mindset and a fixed mindset is simple: a choice. In this book Carol Dweck outlines how you can change your life by making the choice to change your thinking.

3. How to Eat to Live by The Honorable Elijah Muhammad

This book has been recommended to me several times and this year I finally bought and read it. If you want to live a healthy or rather, holistic life, this book is full of jewels about what to eat and the reasons why.

4. Little Red Book of Selling: 12.5 Principles of Sales Greatness by Jeffrey Gitomer

This book is great for entreprenuers and salespeople. It is the kick in the butt and the advice you need to increase sales in your business.

5. The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz

Just a great book about enlightening your sensibility and becoming a better person.