What do millionaires read?

Ever wondered what books a millionaire reads? Maybe if you read them too you could learn their “secrets”? What do they know that you don’t?

Wonder no longer, here are some of the best!

The Dip by Seth Godin

The Dip is such an important book because it teaches the reader about the importance of knowing when to quit or when to stick to it. As an entrepreneur it is imperative to know when to ditch an idea, project or business if it’s not working — cut your losses, move on to bigger and better things.

Godin says, “Entrepreneurs don’t have a lot of resources, so you can’t stick with a product or venture that isn’t going to pay off.”

The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

Resistance. It pops up for anyone, no matter what they do, where they’re from, or how much money they have. If you’re having trouble breaking through barriers, this one is for you. Hint: If you suffer from procrastination, get this book.

Lucas Carlson, chief innovation officer at CenturyLink says, “Go read “The War of Art,” now. I’m serious.”

The Four Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss

Earn millions of dollars by only working four hours a week? Impossible you say?

Ferriss is delightfully practical and specific with his advice in this book. He makes something that sounds like a pipe-dream into an easily imagined reality.

Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins

You’d be hard-pressed to find a successful businessperson or millionaire that hasn’t read something of Tony Robbins — and it’s with good reason. The original self-help guru, Robbins has helped create wealth for innumerable people across the globe.

Blue Ocean Strategy W. Chan Kim & Renee Mauborgne

Blue Ocean Strategy isn’t about beating the competition; it’s about making them irrelevant by rebuilding industry boundaries. Seriously game-changing stuff.

Entrepreneur and Investor – ABC show Shark Tank (US) – Daymond John has said Blue Ocean Strategy changed his life.

Have you read something that has caused a seismic shift to your mindset, business bottom line or bank account? Tell us about it below in the comments.