These are some of the best hustle, strategy, life, word, grind, business books out there. These books will help you out in all aspects of your life. If you have some other books you want added to the list, let it be known.  You can get the books from the links below or from ebay and as well.

The list is as following. ‘Art of War’ Sun Tzu, ‘The Prince’ Niccolò Machiavelli, ‘The 48 Laws of Power’ Robert Greene, ‘The Art of Worldly Wisdom’ Baltasar Gracian, ‘The 33 Strategies of War’ Robert Greene, ‘The Game’ Neil Strauss, ‘Book of Five Rings’ Miyamoto Musashi, ‘The Art of Seduction’ Robert Greene, ‘Blink’ Malcolm Gladwell, ‘The Tipping Point’ Malcolm Gladwell, ‘The World Is Flat’ Thomas L. Friedman, ‘Freakonomics’ Steven D. Levitt, ‘How to Win Friends & Influence People’ Dale Carnegie, ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ Robert T. Kiyosaki, ‘The Millionaire Next Door’ Thomas J. Stanley, ‘The 4-Hour work Week’ Timothy Ferris, ‘Good to Great’ Jim Collins…

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  1. MoneyEnergy Says:

    Yep – you’re pushing moneyenergy:)


    The success video is exceptionally told; it swaggs like spider monkeys swing in the jumgle! I have read within the last 3 years 85% of the books on your list, so I appreciated the effort you take in placing them here. I will promote this site on my page. Yet, if you are so inclined a few books you could add to your list are:
    The New Market Wizards, Jack D. Schwager
    Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, Charles Mackay
    The Alchemy of Finance, George Soros
    Think Big, Ben Carson, M.D.
    Think & Grow Rich (the complete classic text), Napoleon Hill
    The Art of the Start, Guy Kawasaki
    Utilitarianism and other writings, John Stuart Mill
    Unlimited Power, Anthony Robbins
    Managing Brand You, Jerry S. Wilson & Ira Blumenthal

    Thank you immensely,

    Primo K

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