I get this question a lot. “Michael, what are your favorite books out there?”
So I decided to make a video for you to tell you what they are, here we go!
The Miracle Morning
Two of my favorite actually by Hal Elrod and one of them is The Miracle Morning. It outlines what you do when you get up in the morning.
This book has made a huge difference for me in the last several years. Hal describes what to do in the first 60-minutes of the day.
You spend some time in silence visualizing, praying, meditating, writing, reading, and it talks about what that might look like.
This practice has created a lot of clarity. Clarity is super important because now you know what you don’t want, you know what you do want, AND – you know how to get there.
The morning routine described in The Miracle Morning is absolutely game-changing. I really love how he writes his books, so check it out!
The Miracle Equation
The second book is called The Miracle Equation. The reason I love this book is that it really redefines how goals are being set in such a way where you can never really fail again.
I love this approach, and I’ll go ahead and give you the cliff notes. Fundamentally we’re taught to set goals with a very specific measurable outcome and timeline.
This is all fine and dandy, but what happens if the deadline comes and goes, right?
Missed goals turn into frustration, anger, or depression. What Hal argues is that instead of setting a deadline, you commit to an outcome.
In other words, you will do whatever it takes until that outcome is achieved. No matter what.
Like so many of Hal’s books, his advice is super actionable and it’s easy to convert into my own life.
Therefore, it’s a great second act to The Miracle Morning.
The One Thing
The third book I would recommend is called The One Thing by Gary Keller.
This book really postulates on the one thing you could achieve that would make everything else in your life easier or even unnecessary.
It really helps you boil down what’s important to you.
The one thing focuses on you achieving that one that. Gary talks about how to schedule and block off your time so that you can actually make progress towards what is really important to you.
I highly recommend this book!
Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing
And of course, the last book I want to recommend is my own, Financial Freedom with Real Estate Investing. You can get a copy of this on Amazon and even for your Kindle right now.
I talk about how you can become financially free with real estate. It may not be in the way that you think, with single-family houses, where most people usually start and then quietly quit their jobs.
In this book, I share with you how you can get started with apartment buildings even if you have no experience or none of your own cash.
I also go into the closing process and give you really good insight into multifamily investing. So check it out!
And there ya have it! Those are my top recommended reads right now. See you next time!