CAN'T HURT ME
The toughest man in the world, or Goggins for short, went from an insecure kid who fought against domestic abuse consistently, to one of the toughest Navy Seals. The question is.. how? Well, you'll understand after reading his jaw dropping book. His level of transparency is beyond admirable, which is what makes him so relatable although he can seem superhuman. *book has a lot of explicit language*
Charlemagne takes you on a ride through his past, starting from an ignorant adolescent to a sharp role model. The transparency in this book is refreshing. He gives you the sweet-bitter him, and demonstrates how not caring about what anybody has to say about him, allowed him to transition into a successful entrepreneur.
MAN SEARCH FOR MEANING
"Man Search For Meaning", is a very good book to read for understanding the unlimited capabilities of the human body and mind. Viktor E. Frankl, a holocaust survivor tells his tale about the agony and overcoming he was faced with during his stay in the concentration camps. Read this book and get a deeper look on how the mind compels itself to survive, even in harsh conditions.
"Emotions" by OSHO is a simple yet powerful book. It holds so much truths about the emotional aspect of being who you are. Get a better insight on each emotion in this book, and you will surely be in awe at the different perspectives.
THE CHALLENGE OF LEISURE
"The Challenge of Leisure", dissects how "play" has transformed over time. Charles Brightbill goes very deep into the multitude of factors that affects how we see the world. He also goes into what play can do for our spirit and learning capabilities.
"The Alchemist" is one of best books to read especially for early readers. Paulo Coelho tells a brilliant story about a young shepherd's journey on finding what life truly meant to him. This book draws you in immediately. The moral of the story is very heart warming. Highly recommended!
THE FOUR AGREEMENTS
"The Four Agreements" by Don Miguel Ruiz is a very simplistic yet powerful book. The author presents four concepts that every reader should consider adopting.
GOD, THE BLACK MAN AND TRUTH
"God, the Black Man and Truth" is an absolutely mind boggling read. Ben Ammi, the author audaciously laid down the truth on the table for the world to interpret. He attacks the popular misconceptions centered around African and European descendants. Highly recommended, especially to African Americans.
THE MASTERY OF SELF
"The Mastery of Self" is another book by Don Miguel Ruiz. This book will resonate with the soul as he makes it clear how to break the domestication forced upon us by creating our own reality. Highly recommended!
"Shoe Dog" by Phil Knight is a very well told story about how he founded the well established Nike Inc. Knight spent much of his early years conducting business in shallow waters with uncertainty as his best friend throughout the story. Highly recommended!
MIS-EDUCATION OF THE NEGRO
In "Mis-education of the Negro" Carter G. Woodson articulated the superfluous reasons behind how Negros were misinformed, mis-educated, and mislead by white counterparts. Much evidence and theory presented the reason behind certain behaviors in the African American today. Highly recommend!
THE POWER OF NOW
Eckhart Tolle's "The Power of Now" brought a different perspective towards being present in reality. He expresses how pivotal it is for us to refrain from dwelling in the past and cease yearning for the future. Stay present and live in the NOW.
AUTO-BIOGRAPHY OF MALCOM X
Malcom X's autobiography as told by Alex Haley, serves as a pillar to black excellence. The book notes the transition of a revolutionary leader from Malcom Little to Malcom X. This book displays the trials and tribulation of Malcom X in the highly racial mid 1900s. Highly recommended!
"Stolen Legacy" by George G.M. James is major eye opener. This book uncovers the lies and sheds light on the impeccable truth/lies behind "Greek" philosophy. You will surely have second thoughts about Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and other Greek "philosophers" after reading this book.
RICH DAD POOR DAD
Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter made financial literacy extremely easy to understand in "Rich Dad Poor Dad". His book makes making money seem so easy that you will feel silly about not being rich already. Highly recommended!
AS A MAN THINKETH
James Allen jotted a little over 50 pages of mind stimulating content about thought and mental prowess. "As a Man Thinketh" is highly recommended and beyond motivational.
THE SUBTLE ART OF NOT GIVING A F*UCK
Mark Manson explained the fundamentals of not putting much needed energy into unimportant circumstances. Not only does he drop a bombardment of F bombs, but he also drops a lot of important tips on emotional fortitude. "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*uck" is highly recommended.
INC & GROW RICH
Cheri S. Hill, C. W. Allen, Dianne Kennedy, and Garrett Sutton, did a phenomal job making the dreadful subject of taxes easy to understand in "INC & Grow Rich". This book highlights the keys to saving money and cutting your tax liabilities. This is exactly how the rich gets richer.
THE SCIENCE OF GETTING RICH
"The Science of Getting Rich" is very... interesting. This book is highly recommended due to the fascinating perspective portrayed in the content. The thought process of Wallace D. Wattles was definitely outer worldly.
SEVEN DAYS IN USHA VILLAGE
"Seven Days in Usha Village" dives into the life of Dr. Sebi. This book will make you question your dietary morals while inspiring a hunger for food consciousness. Highly recommended!