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Jack Canfield's Top Book Recommendations

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A beautifully packaged, gifty daily devotional of Stoic wisdom, from the author of The Obstacle is the Way.
Modern readers praise Stoic philosophy for its unique blend of practicality and wisdom. But it's admittedly hard for the average reader to decipher the Dover Thrift edition of Marcus Aurelius' work. The antiquated, needlessly formal language of most modern translations is stripped down in this book, revealing powerful aphorisms that cut straight to the heart of our day-to-day challenges.
Presented in a page-per-day format, this daily resource...

Brad FeldThis book was a delight. I started reading it earlier this year, caught up quickly (I started in July), and then mostly read a page each day when I was in the bathroom in the morning. I let it unfold slowly, reading the daily quote and Ryan Holiday’s (and Stephen Hanselman’s) thoughts on the quote, and then rereading the quote. (Source)

Jack CanfieldA richly rewarding spring of practical wisdom to help you focus on what's in your control, eliminate false and limiting beliefs, and take more effective action. Make The Daily Stoic your guide and you will grow in clarity, efectiveness, and serenity each day! (Source)

Louis GrenierAbout tranquility and stoicism and focusing on change, you need to read “The Daily Stoic” which is 365 essays, small essays about stoicism and why you should focus on things that don’t change. (Source)

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Beyond Your Numbers

How to avoid preventable diseases with highlights on:

• Lifestyle habits that nurture your brain and body
• Fun ways to move more to boost your immunity
• A lab test that can indicate what supplements and foods you need, to maximize your unique health
• What you should look for on food labels

Recommended by Jack Canfield, and 1 others.

Jack CanfieldIf you’re interested in making your health a priority but aren’t sure where to begin, check out Angela Andalcio-Holtz’s book, "Beyond Your Numbers", and learn which medical tests you should focus on to create your best health now! (Source)

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Jack CanfieldCongrats to #JackCanfieldMastermind attendee Laura Di Franco on her Amazon Best Selling book, Your High Vibe #Business, a Strategic Workbook for Badass Entrepreneurial #Success. Grab your copy at (Source)

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Evolution of Loving

We live in a culture where romantic illusions about love abound.  From movies and ballads and fairy tales, we learn the idea that somewhere out there exists that one special person who will fulfill all of our desires and make our hearts – and our lives – complete.  And we’re taught that once we find the “right” person, we will simply live Happily Ever After without any conscious effort on our part.  By the time we’re young adults, most of us have had the experience of falling in love, but very few of us are equipped with the skills and insights needed to sustain that love, or to create a... more
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Jack CanfieldCongrats to @CarlStudna with the launch of his new book, #EvolutionofLoving. It is truly a must-read on the journey of #intimacy. Get your copy here: (Source)

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Who's in Your Room

The Secret to Creating Your Best Life

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Jack CanfieldStop living according to everyone else’s rules & start living your life by your own design! This is the premise behind the new book, “Who's in Your Room? The Secret to Creating Your Best Life” by Ivan Misner, Stewart Emery, & Rick Sapio. Preorder Now: (Source)

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More than 100 pages of new, cutting-edge content.
Forget the old concept of retirement and the rest of the deferred-life plan there is no need to wait and every reason not to, especially in unpredictable economic times. Whether your dream is escaping the rat race, experiencing high-end world travel, earning a monthly five-figure income with zero management, or just living more and working less, The 4-Hour Workweek is the blueprint.
This step-by-step guide to luxury lifestyle design teaches:
How Tim went from $40,000 per year and 80 hours per week to $40,000 per month...

Eric Weinstein[Eric Weinstein recommended this book on Twitter.] (Source)

Tim DraperWith this kind of time management and focus on the important things in life, people should be able to get 15 times as much done in a normal work week. (Source)

Marvin LiaoSUCH a hard question to answer because there are so MANY favorite books of mine. For Business, i'd say either 80/20 Principle (Koch) or 4 Hour Work Week (Ferriss) for the principles it teaches on how to optimize work & life. (Source)

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