Gabe’s Personal Reading List

My book recommendations:

Books I read in my teens and 20s:

— The E-Myth
— The Toyota Way Handbook
— The 21 Laws of Leadership
— The Clipper Ship Strategy
— Whatever happened to penny candy (uncle Eric books)
— whatever happened to justice (uncle Eric books)
— Negotiate Anything
— The Four Hour Work Week
— Think and Grow Rich
— The Automatic Millionaire

Books from my 30’s:

— The 7 habits of highly effective people
— The Miracle Morning
— The Snowball (about Warren Buffet)
— Ask – Ryan Levesque
— The First 20 Hours (how to learn anything fast)
— Scalia’s Court
— Ghengis Khan and the making of the modern world
— The Better Angels of our Nature by Steven Pinker (warning the beginning it EXTREMELY GRAPHIC but if you can stomach it’s worth it)
— Pitch Anything
— The 5 Second Rule
— Genome
— The Five Elements of effective thinking
— The Coaching Habit
— Zen to Done
— Scaling up
— Predictable Revenue
— Good to Great, Jim Collins
— The Blue Ocean Strategy
— Dotcom Secrets
— Expert Secrets
— Story Brand
— The 10x Rule, Grant Cardone
— Be Obsessed or Be Average, Grant Cardone
— The Hero’s Two Journeys
— The Idea Factory
— Give and Take
— Creativity Inc
— Joy at Work
— Delivering Happiness (about Zappos)
— The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing
— Unshakable, Tony Robbins
— Money Master the Game, Tony Robbie
— Millionaire Fast Lane, MJ Demarco
— The Power of Habit
— How Children Success (this lead me to teach my son how to play chess, and I went from a 400 ranking on chess dot com to an 850 in 4 months)
— Influence, Robert Cialdini
— Positioning, The Battle for your mind, Jack Trout
— Scaling Lean
— The Irresistible Offer, Mark Joyner
— The Referral Engine
— Spin Selling
— The Art of the Steal
— Catch me if You Can
— Crossing the Chasm
— Gang Leader for a Day
— The New Jim Crow
— Why Nations Fail
— Predictably Irrational
— How to Win at the Sport of Business, Mark Cuban
— Close that Sale, Brian Tracy
— Zero to One
— I have read every single one or Malcolm Gladwell’s books
— The Compound Effect
— 80/20 Sales and Marketing, Perry Marshall
— The Art of Profitability
— Profit First
— Rich Dad, Poor Dad
— Scrum
— The Automatic Customer
— The Ultimate Sales Machine
— The Dip, Seth Godin
— All Marketers are Liars, Seth Godin
— The Richest Man in Babylon
— Talk Like TED
— The War of Art

That’s all I can think of right now. I may add more as I remember.

I personally track how much I make after reading a book, and it averages out to about $50,000 extra over the next six months after I read it.

I hope this is helpful!