The 20 Books World’s Most Successful People Read & Recommend


20 books that the world’s most successful
people read and recommend There’s a reason why the world’s most successful
people think alike and act alike, especially when it comes to working, career and success. Could it be that they have an association
of successful people or perhaps they’re special people born with genes of a genius? Okay. Just kidding. Hahahhah… Here’s one open secret of the world’s most
successful people; they read a lot. Also, they read almost the same kinds of books. Oh! You see now. Why didn’t you think of that earlier? It doesn’t matter. You did now and that’s why you’re watching
this video. In this video, we’ll be sharing with you
20 books the world’s most successful people read and recommend. If you’re new here, consider subscribing
so that you won’t miss other interesting videos like this. 1. “Business Adventures” by John Brooks Here’s a little secret. This book is one of Warren Buffett and Bill
Gates favorite. The book captures how Ford Motor Company misread
the market for its Edsel, how a legal case about space suits defined trade-secret protection
and a host of other useful business information with real-life examples 2. Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell Gladwell analyses the accomplishments of extraordinary
individuals in a range of fields, from math to music to business such as Bill Gates and
the likes, investigating the root causes of their successes, including the impact of family,
hometown, culture on them. In the end, Gladwell came up with the rule
of 10,000 hours. 3. Rework by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier
Hansson If you are looking to start a business of
your own, then this book is for you. In this book, the authors push readers to
aspects of running a business most taken for granted. It also analyses some crucial aspect of the
business such as the importance of growth, the benefits, and limitations of PR and marketing,
etc. 4. Give and Take by Adam Grant This book isn’t just about business, it’s
about how we interact with other humans, family, friends, and business associates. Even though our society pushes us to be more
of takers than givers, the real question is, who wins? Givers or takers? 5. The Winner Within by Pat Riley This book is a life plan for team players. In it, Pat highlights strategies that inspire
change, motivate teamwork, and reveal the winner within us all. 6. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill Napoleon Hill explores how one can use the
human mind to create his/her reality. He explains that your thoughts create beliefs
which in turn lead to action. So if you focus your thoughts on success,
achieving it will be much more likely than thinking about obstacles, failures and everything
else that can get in your way. 7. The Magic of Thinking Big by David Schwartz In this book, David Schwartz offers practical
advice that can help you get inspired and motivated to create a bigger life for yourself,
think big and eliminate procrastination. 8. Good to Great by Jim Collins Speaking with Admiral Stockdale regarding
his coping strategy during his period in a Vietnamese POW camp, and his strategy applies
to all aspects of life and business, Jim Collins found out that the determination to prevail
in the most brutal of times makes the absolute Bible of business and life. 9. Rise and Grind by Daymond John From the title, you can tell that this book
is a big motivational tale. Reading about Daymond John and a host of other
successful people in the book will help you outperform, outwork, and outhustle your way
to a more successful and rewarding life. 10. The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent
Peale Majority of us have heard or read about the
need to think positively always but we probably don’t understand how important this is to
us in our daily living. Hence, Peale captures this in his book, the
power of positive thinking. According to him, ‘How you think about a problem
is more important than the problem itself. So always think positively’ and ‘When you
get up in the morning, you have two choices–either to be happy or to be unhappy.’ 11. “Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of
Error” by Kathryn Schulz This book captures the critical issues decision
makers often encounter, understanding how to form opinions and most importantly, how
to revise those opinions when new information becomes available, rather than clinging to
earlier views. 12. Multipliers by Liz Wiseman and Greg McKeown What do you do when you are in a position
to do more with less? After studying about 150 leaders in 4 continents,
Wiseman discovered that some leaders, known as multipliers, know how to amplify and actually
multiply the intelligence of others, getting on average two times more out of their people. This book shares practical suggestions to
become a Multiplier. 13. You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero Some people believe that successful people
are born with an ample supply of self-confidence which is why they can do anything they set
their mind to. However, in reality, no one is born that way. The difference between people who are successful
and people who are not is their ability to believe in their capabilities. Ever wondered why some people, even after
spending so much to learn sufficient skills in their fields, they never succeed? Without personal confidence, you can’t give
yourself the opportunity to truly express your expertise. You need to recognize the difference between
self-doubt and your capabilities. 14. Competing Against Time by George Stalk, Jr.,
and Thomas M. Hout Time is the equivalent of money, productivity,
and the likes. So learning how to manage time in terms of
production, in new product development, and in sales and distribution is one of the most
powerful sources of competitive advantage. 15. The Outsiders: Eight Unconventional CEOs and
Their Radically Rational Blueprint for Success by William Thorndike This book looks at CEOs who excelled at capital
allocation and their radically rational blueprint for success. Each CEO looked at their business from the
outside in, took their time to develop a clear point of view in order to create values for
shareholders. 16. Epic Content Marketing by Joe Pulizzi In a world filled with loads of content here
and there (valid and invalid), you can attract prospective customers to your business/company
when you provide vital information and content. Pulizzi provides a step-by-step process of
positioning your business as a trusted expert in this book. 17. Life is what you make it by Peter Buffett Peter Buffett, the son of the billionaire
investor, Warren Buffett, expounds on the strong set of values given to him by his trusting
and broadminded mother, his industrious and talented father, and the many life teachers
he has met along the way. Basically, you forge your own path in life. 18. How to Win Friends and Influence People by
Dale Carnegie Building relationships are important. Carnegie gives invaluable pieces of advice
on how to win people over, provide people with feedback and criticism, handle feedback
and criticism properly and make a good impression on people. 19. Younger Next Year by Chris Crowley Our health is just as important as any other
aspect of our lives. In this book, Crowley explains the importance
of working out in a manner that will enable you to kickstart, and most importantly, continue
a healthy routine for as long as possible. 20. The Execution Factor by Kim Perell Do you have plans to turn your dreams into
reality? Thinking of becoming an entrepreneur someday? In this book, Perell explains what it takes
to execute your vision, whether big or small, even if you are a full-time worker. Well, there you go, guys. 20 books to pick. Which will you start with and when will you
start? Thank you very much for watching our videos. We’ll like to give you another interesting
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48 thoughts on “The 20 Books World’s Most Successful People Read & Recommend”

  1. LaLa McQuoid says:

    They think alike

  2. LaLa McQuoid says:

    Trump for 2020

  3. LaLa McQuoid says:

    2nd amendment strong

  4. Akhilesh Bharti says:

    Where is 7 Habits?

  5. Chocolate Cafe says:

    I've read only three out of the twenty books

  6. MrDroenix says:

    List of Books:
    1)Business Adventures by John Brooks
    2)Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
    3)Rework by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson
    4)Give and Take by Adam Grant
    5)The Winner Within by Pat Riley
    6)Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
    7)The Magic of Thinking Big by David Schwartz
    8)Good to Great by Jim Collins
    9)Rise and Grind by Daymond John
    10)The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale
    11)Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error by Kathryn Schulz
    12)Multipliers by Liz Wiseman and Greg McKeown
    13)You Are a Badass by Jen Sincero
    14)Competing Against Time by George Stalk, Jr., and Thomas M. Hout
    15)The Outsiders: Eight Unconventional CEOs and Their Radically Rational Blueprint for Success by William Thorndike
    16)Epic Content Marketing by Joe Pulizzi
    17)Life is What You Make It by Peter Buffett
    18)How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
    19)Younger Next Year by Chris Crowley
    20)The Execution Factor by Kim Perell

  7. Grand Line says:

    Yeah.. !! This is what I'm looking for..!! Thank you.

  8. Amit Prakash says:

    Rich dad poor dad book..?

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  10. pspol says:

    Raise your hand, if u have read atlest 5 books from the above list?

  11. sulaiman3520 says:

    I appreciate your work and presentation. However, stating that "most succesful people" read this list of books or some of them seems like a personal opinion to me.

  12. Ike Maxwell says:

    Nice work
    Please how can get those books online

  13. Dhiva Anbu says:

    What about rich dad and poor dad…it is not in the list

  14. Ismail M says:

    I have the second book on my table. Thanks to God

  15. Joāo Pereira says:

    The bible should be in your list

  16. abousbsas says:

    Drawings is a real stupid idea. I have no time for such pullshit. Please make it easier for busy people. Thank you

  17. Mister Lova says:

    Read bhagvat Gita. That's it .learn your Dharma. N see growth.

  18. Thubten says:

    Your topic is good but drawing animation wastes viewers' time.

  19. Hafid Setiawan says:

    #21: 48 laws of power by Robert greene powerfull book

  20. King ØF motivation says:

    Every day I Read many books 📚 but I'm not See this book's Thnx bro


    4hrs work in a week?

  22. Show Up Lifestyle says:

    Thank you for the book recommendations. Always on the search

  23. Justina Musyoka says:

    Thank God have read four from that list but more from the same authors;
    Napoleon Hill
    Vincent pearle
    Dale carnegie.
    I found them nice and a blue print for shows i am biting a small slice so i will get more of such books.

  24. MA L.D says:

    The bible ???

  25. anand padhye says:

    Thanks for this list of books… You made my year…. 🙏🙇

  26. Willise Otondi says:

    I'm on "Think and Grow Rich" currently… Thanks for sharing the upnext(s) 👍

  27. Pius Godwill says:

    If you are here it means you are poor

  28. Sam King says:

    Even if you read thousands of books if you don't execute what you have read and learned you will remain the same.

  29. DEE DOO says:

    Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill and The Power of Positive Thinking by Norman V. Peale
    Got this two & thank you for recommending more of 8 super books!!👍👍👍😍😍😍

  30. Mohammed Taher says:

    The magic of thinking big

  31. David Madison The Guardian says:

    I'll start with "Life is What You Make it" Peter Buffett. Having been raised by two of the most extraordinary people – results wise. Warren Buffett; and the wife he chose to live with him… this seems to me to be a really good bet. I've only read 3 books on this list. Have some catching up to do.

  32. ovie moses says:

    I want to know about the YouTube channel

  33. JTHD Films says:

    7 habits of highly effective people?

  34. Tin Nguyen says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this useful data! greatly appreciated

  35. Chandrakant Sawant says:


  36. Guleid Muhiadin says:

    Thank u for the information transferred to us success secrets TV.

  37. New Day says:

    The Rich Man of Babylon by

  38. santosh's says:

    The power of your subsconcious mind…by j. Murphy

  39. Majd Sahmarany says:

    Thank you!
    I am gonna start with Outliers, by Malcolm Gladwell, next week, as I have already started a neww book few days ago..

  40. Shumail Khan says:

    I am regularly reading guy totally wrong list.except 2,3 books .

  41. 3laza Wa2ak says:

    It's real. Magic books for reading and knowledge

  42. priscilla Arellano says:

    The book outliers was good I read for my schools summer reading

  43. wepush foru says:

    Broke fuckers stay giving thumbs down your going to stay broke 🤔

  44. Abdulrahman Alrehan says:

    I like that most of the list does NOT have the commonly meantioned books such as rich dad poor dad or the 7 habbits. (I mean they are awesome yet we need new recommendations)

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  46. Rahul Chavan says:

    The power of your subconscious mind is most important

  47. vsonic86 says:

    Somebody makes a list of book in this video plz!

  48. Antonio Vivaldo says:

    The most important life changing book is not here

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