Here are my absolutely favorite resources. These are the books, apps, videos and more, that I have studied and continue to turn to in my quest to master the human potential. We’re all students and these have proven to be the best “textbooks” available.
This list will continue to grow and expand, so check back from time-to-time.
Think and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill – One of the most foundational books when it comes to the power of our mind and our thoughts. I don’t only recommend you read this book, but that you re-read it ever couple of years, at the least. This book has created more millionaires than any other in history.
The Power of Your Subconscious Mind – Joseph Murphy – A great book to bridge the divide between where your faith may have you today, to where it can be tomorrow. Joseph Murphy does a great job of showing where the Bible points directly toward New Thought beliefs on the power of the mind. I strongly recommend this book to everyone, but in particular to those who have a foundation in Christianity.
Three Magic Words – Uell S. Anderson – I’ve only come recently to discover this amazing work, but it’s been instrumental in helping me to drive my knowledge and belief to a much deeper level. This book is what I’d consider a graduate level teaching on the power of your mind and your thoughts. It’s highly recommended for anyone who wants to solidify the teachings found in the above books.
The Master Key System – Charles F. Haanel – This is the foundation for my Mental Mastery Method training program. Originally written as a weekly correspondence course, Charles Haanel will not only give you a deeper understanding of Mind Science and the Law of Attraction, but will walk you through a different exercise each week, to help you put these powers into practice. This book can be very difficult to understands and it should be something you don’t just read but actually study.
Focus Time – This is a great iOS app for implementing the “Pomodoro Technique.” This technique basically has you engage in intense focused effort for 25 minutes and then taking a 5 minute break. This is done 4 time and then a longer 20 minute break is taken. It’s been of the greatest tools for keeping me focused and on task. There are other tools like it for the Android platform as well as iOS.
Headspace – If you’ve ever wanted to start a meditation practice but didn’t understand what it takes, or how to do it, this is the app for you. Created for the absolute beginner, it uses short entertaining videos to help explain what you might expect to gain from meditation and what the you may experience during your practice. It’s free and incredibly informative.
More to come… I promise!