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  • Leading an Inspired Life

    by Jim Rohn

    Jim Rohn was one of the 20th century’s leading personal development gurus—influencing everyone from Tony Robbins to Darren Hardy. He wrote and taught in a simple, conversational, down-to-earth style. Reading this book feels like sitting down and having an inspiring chat with one of the best old-school coaches out there. Big Ideas we explore include the formula for success (+ the 2 easies), how to unlock your potential, character = chisel, and the key to perseverance.

  • Creating Affluence

    by Deepak Chopra

    This is a tiny book. Like super tiny. But, it’s also packed with a bunch of great Big Ideas. We explore the root of the word affluence, the two goddesses of wealth (and which one to chase!), the most important question for affluence, seeing failure as feedback + stepping stones, and creating unbending intent.

  • Wealth Warrior The Personal Prosperity Revolution

    by Steve Chandler

    How'd you like to be a Wealth Warrior? Steve Chandler takes us on the personal prosperity revolution in this great book. In the Note we'll unpack the fact that it's ALL (!) about profound service, turning pro, converting your dreams into projects, making each day a masterpiece, exiting your comfort zone, and other such goodness.

  • The Total Money Makeover

    by Dave Ramsey

    Dave Ramsey is a seriously funny guy and this book is packed with goodness. If you’re tired of being in debt and looking for a real solution to your challenges, this book is for you. In the Note, we’ll have fun exploring the importance of having what Ramsey calls “Gazelle-like Intensity” as we get out the scissors to perform a “Plastectomy” on your credit cards and start living more like the millionaire next door rather than a wannabe rich goober.

  • The Millionaire Fastlane Crack the Code to Wealth and Live Rich for a Lifetime

    by MJ DeMarco

    MJ DeMarco is a *really* funny guy. He’s also a self-made multi-millionaire who powerfully challenges the conventional means of acquiring wealth If you’re not easily offended and would prefer to create extraordinary wealth while you’re still young rather than hoping to create what DeMarco calls “Wheelchair Wealth” (laughing), then this book is for you. It’s PACKED with Big Ideas on not just personal finance but how to create a great business.

  • Relax into Wealth

    by Alan Cohen

    Alan Cohen has quickly become one of my favorite teachers and favorite people. If you’ve been conditioned to believe that creating wealth requires high levels of stress and all that, I think you’ll love it. It’s a great, easy-to-read and practical look at how we can flow with life and welcome more of the good stuff into our lives. In the Note, we’ll have fun learning how to build our wealth consciousness by investing in ourselves, taking small steps, and lightening up!

  • Super Rich A Guide to Having It All

    by Russell Simmons

    Russell Simmons. Part vegan-yogi. Part pop icon. 100% awesome. (And *really* funny. :) In PN - Volume I we did a Note on his great book Do You! and I’m excited to share some of my favorite Big Ideas from this fun weekend read as well. Favorites include getting on the right train, becoming a business yogi, the power of hard work, and cleaning out the junk mail in our minds!

  • Think and Grow Rich This Book Could be Worth a Million Dollars to You

    by Napoleon Hill

    This uber-best-selling classic is basically the granddady of self-help books. It's about a lot more than making money and in this Note, we'll have fun looking at the power of a strong desire (whether you're the Buddha seeking enlightenment or an entrepreneur creating something awesome, you better have a strong desire!), persistence (!), self-confidence, faith, and just doing it.

  • The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success A Practical Guide to the Fulfillment of Your Dreams

    by Deepak Chopra

    This is easily one of THE most transformative books I've ever read. In the Note, we'll explore all seven spiritual laws with special emphasis on #7 (The Law of Dharma) that inspired me to sell my former business and, eventually, create PhilosophersNotes. (Here's the question Deepak asks that rocked my world: If you had all the time and all the money in the world, what would you do? … So, what would you do? … The Note has cool Ideas on how to answer and rock that one!)

  • The Science of Getting Rich

    by Wallace D. Wattles

    More Wattles mojo here. In this Note, we'll look at the logic behind why Wattles believes we should be rich (quickly: you can render no greater service to God and humanity than to make the most of yourself and you can't do that if you’re poor; see Note for more), and how we need to become creators (and leave the competitive plane), focus on things we're grateful for, get clear on our vision and take action and more action and more action.

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