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Tony Robbins is considered the most successful life coach of all time with millions of people who have been transformed through his messages.
During his career, Robbins as worked with high achievers including President Bill Clinton, Tennis champion Andre Agassi, Trader Paul Tudor Jones and man more.
Below we have listed some of his favourite books.
Tony Robbins – Top 5 Books
1. As A Man Thinketh by James Allen – Click here
In 1908, British author James Allen published his most influential work titled ‘As A Man Thinketh. He is considered a pioneer of the self-improvement movement.
“It’s the whole concept of understanding that your thoughts really, truly shape everything in your life that you feel and experience.” – Tony Robbins
2. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho – Click here
An inspiring tale of a shepherd boy named Santiago, searching for wealth and the meaning of life.
“I recommend The Alchemist to anyone who is passionately committed to claiming the life of their dreams – today.” – Tony Robbins
3. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill – Click here
Think and Grow Rich is a classic personal development by Napoleon Hill on how to create wealth. Up to date, over 100 million copies have been sold.
“Another favourite was an American classic from 1937, Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich. Hill spent two decades in the early 20th century interviewing 500 of the world’s most accomplished individuals, from Andrew Carnegie to Henry Ford, to Theodore Roosevelt, to Thomas Edison, finding out what them-them tick. He discovered that they all shared a relentless focus on their goals, and a combination of burning desire, faith, and persistence to achieve them. Hill’s message that ordinary people could overcome any obstacle to success gave hope to a generation of reader’s struggling through the Great Depression. Think and Grow Rich became one of the best-selling books of all time.” – Tony Robbins
4. Pain Free: A Revolutionary Method for Stopping Chronic Pain by Pete Egoscue – Click here
In this book, Pete Egoscue explains in detail how it is possible to become truly healthy without the bondages of therapy, surgery and pharmaceutical methods.
“This book is extraordinary and I am thrilled to recommend it to anyone who’s interested in dramatically increasing the quality of their physical health.” – Tony Robbins
5. Emerson: Essays and Lectures by Ralph Waldo Emerson – Click here
Tony Robbins as mentioned in many interviews how he was inspired by Emerson’s essays. The late, Ralph Waldo Emerson believed that people are most empowered when they become self-reliant.
“Self-reliance is a theme all human beings, especially those living in the Western world, have to fully understand if they’re going to do well in a world that’s changing constantly,” – Tony Robbins
6. Getting Everything You Can Out Of All You’ve Got by Jay Abraham – Click here
Jay Abraham explains how everyone can become highly successful providing they utilise their resources.
“amazing. Jay Abraham has a powerful knowledge of how things work, and you can create a competitive edge for yourself.
7. Man’s Search For Meaning by Viktor Frankl – Click here
The late, Viktor Frankl was an Austrian psychiatrist and neuroscientist who survived three years in concentration camps during the Holocaust and documented it in this book.
“The ability to find meaning in the most difficult times, I think, is one of the most important skills of life, and there’s probably not a greater example than that book.” – Tony Robbins
8. The Fourth Turning by Williams Strauss and Neil Howe – Click here
Neil Howe and the late William Strauss are largely responsible for how the mindset of Americans are conditioned through generational theory.
“It helps people understand that winter is going to come, but winter isn’t forever. Winter is always followed by spring. And it’s how to take advantage of whatever season you’re in.” – Tony Robbins
9. The Singularity Is Near by Ray Kurzweil – Click here
Ray Kurzweil is Google’s director of engineering, computer scientist, futurist and inventor. In ‘The Singularity Is Not Near’ Kurzweil details his law of accelerating returns which predicts returns in technologies such as artificial intelligence, computers, and more. He believes that once Singularity has been reached, machine intelligence will be infinitely more powerful than all human intelligence put together.
“I believe anticipation is power, that if you are going to have a great life, you don’t want to react to everything,” – Tony Robbins