If there was an overarching theme for how I chose books to read last year, it was based on the Jim Rohn quote, “Don’t wish it was easier wish you were better. Don’t wish for less problems wish for more skills. Don’t wish for less challenge wish for more wisdom”. In hindsight, it fits quite well, but of course I didn’t think of that till now:) I had heard the quote at the Brad Sugar’s event Ryan and I went to in November 2015 and it has stayed in the back of my mind since. Just waiting for the perfect post to use it in!

As most of you know, I am an avid reader and that is how I like to build skills. I thought it was time for another post on books that have influenced me and you may enjoy reading as well.

Books

If you like to listen instead of read, are into communication/personality profiles, or want to check out our other book related posts, here are a few items for you.

Listen instead: Breakthrough University

Like Tony Robbins but don’t care to attend an event? Try this app instead, you can listen on your phone while you are cleaning, on the road, or going for a run.

Take the test, then buy the book if interested: Wealth Dynamics and Millionaire Masterplan

Wealth Dynamics is a paid test but so worth it, it gives you your wealth profile and how to build your wealth based on which profile you are, if you are a skeptic of personality or communication profiles this is the most complete and useful assessment in my opinion.

Other Wander Forrest posts on books: Power of Thought and Sales, Marketing, Business