Top 6 Audiobooks For Starting Entrepreneurs To Stay On Track

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About 2 years ago, I started listening to audiobooks regularly. I find them to be a great resource as a starting entrepreneur.

When you are starting a business, you want mentors to motivate you every day and give you the TOOLS you NEED to stay on track and succeed.

That’s exactly what audiobooks have done for me over the last year or so.

As a starting entrepreneur, you need a variety of insights. You have to be able to focus, to stay motivated and to manage your finances.

Here are the 6 AUDIOBOOKS that really helped me STAY on TRACK, FEEL EMPOWERED and MAKE PROGRESS on my journey as a starting entrepreneur.

Audiobooks To Help You Simplify Your Life, Focus And Achieve More

1. The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results* by Gary Keller

Because I was feeling overwhelmed, I went on a quest this year to simplify my life. Of course, minimising my belongings was part of the process. But the true MESS WAS HAPPENING IN MY HEAD. My to-do lists and notes were multiplying like crazy. I felt more and more frustrated every day.

I’ve always felt like there were SO MANY THINGS I wanted to do in my life. Career path, hobby, travel. I’d probably need to live 200 years to be able to do it all. Or maybe not? I constantly wonder IF and HOW I can make it ALL HAPPEN.

Well, I found my answer: ONE THING at a time.

I actually learned this lesson years ago. I cannot have several main projects at the same time. There always must be just ONE clear PRIORITY. That way, I can invest my time and energy wisely and move forward quickly enough not to get constantly frustrated and discouraged. If you can relate, here is another of my articles where I explain how a LACK OF FOCUS caused my first business attempt to FAIL.

So, what did this audiobook do for me? It started a journey of simplification. It took me a few months to apply the core learnings, and I feel much more at peace now.


  • The author, like myself, used to believe in the power of hard work. But all he got out of this belief was STRUGGLE and SICKNESS. Just like I did. Once he decided to FOCUS JUST ON ONE THING, it brought him SUCCESS AND A BETTER LIFE. It was very motivating to hear a confirmation that success is possible without breaking your neck in the process. That caused me to want to become a “SLOWPRENEUR”.
  • Spending JUST 4 HOURS a day on your ONE THING will get you where you want. But those 4 hours must be FOCUSED AND UNDISTURBED.
  • RESTING is AS IMPORTANT AS WORKING. You should organise your WORK TIME AROUND YOUR DOWNTIME and not the other way around! Make sure to sleep enough and get enough free time.
  • TIME BLOCKING is extremely important. Start by blocking your FREE TIME in your calendar, then the time for your ONE THING, and then the rest.
  • FOR ONE “YES”, you need to say about a THOUSAND TIMES “NO”.
  • HABITS help you achieve more things without discipline. They help you be on autopilot. But they take on average 66 DAYS to form. So you should focus on developing JUST ONE HABIT at a time. And GOOD HABITS attract more good habits and better behaviour.
  • WILLPOWER decreases during the day. Knowing this, you should focus on the important when your willpower is AT ITS PEAK. Most probably the first morning hours. In addition to this, some actions (such as filtering distractions or performing a non-enjoyable task) accelerate this depletion. You can refuel your willpower with FOOD and by doing things that you ENJOY.
  • VISUALISATION works BEST when you visualise both your goal AND THE PROCESS OF REACHING IT. If you are preparing for a test, you should visualise yourself being successful and STUDYING FOR IT.

2. Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit Of Less* by Greg McKeown

This audiobook allowed me to get much further in my simplification quest. It brought me a few really valuable tools to leap forward.

It made me realise why I was accepting too many opportunities or going in too many different directions.


  • There is a BIAS towards INCREASING THE VALUE of things you already possess. The clothes and items you own seem more valuable to you, and you might be confronted with the FEAR of losing them.
  • You need to ask yourself THE RIGHT QUESTIONS. Instead of asking yourself “How good is this opportunity?”, ask “HOW MUCH EFFORT WOULD I PUT INTO GETTING THIS OPPORTUNITY if I did NOT HAVE IT?”
  • Essentialists SPEND A LOT OF TIME EXPLORING THEIR OPTIONS, but once they COMMIT, they only commit to 1 or 2 things. The time spent exploring helps them taking stronger decisions and sustainable commitments.
  • SAYING “NO” is essential. If your answer is not a definite “yes”, then it is a “NO”! Make your decisions by DESIGN and NOT BY DEFAULT. Say “no” to the good opportunities so you can say “YES” to the EXCELLENT ones.
  • PLAYING is essential, too. It’s a vital driver of creativity and exploration.
  • SLEEP is crucial.
  • For an overachiever, it is EASY to push oneself TOO HARD. The REAL CHALLENGE is to say “no” to an opportunity simply in order to take a nap!

There is plenty of more valuable advice in this audiobook to help you along the way. Many ways of saying “no”, other good reasons to be an essentialist, etc. This is an audiobook I am definitely willing to listen to again in the future.

Audiobooks About Financial Freedom

Top 6 Audiobooks For Starting Entrepreneurs To Stay On Track

I am a firm believer that more of us should get informed about how to build up wealth. I feel like this is an important part which is COMPLETELY left out of education and causes much harm to our society. You should be able to save and invest your money properly, no matter how much you earn.

That’s crucial for everyone, but especially for starting entrepreneurs.

One of my main motivations is also that I would love to RETIRE EARLY. Don’t get me wrong though. For me, retiring early is NOT ABOUT BEING LAZY, it’s about being able to make a free choice as soon as possible about how and for which purpose you are going to devote your free time, energy and resources. Basically, it’s about being able to be a FREE ENTREPRENEUR for all my life.

I believe the world would be a better place if we all had these choices. Who would go work for soulless companies that only are geared towards increasing profits every quarter, no matter what the social and environmental costs would be?

So far, in order to be able to “retire early” and be a life-long entrepreneur, I have chosen two paths:

  1. Saving and investing wisely, and
  2. Building up passive income.

Here are two audiobooks that I found extremely useful to accomplish the goals I have set myself.

Quick disclaimer: I am by no means a financial advisor do I intend to give you any piece of advice regarding your financial strategy. In this article, I only share my understanding and personal opinion based on the said audiobooks and other readings and classes I may have read and learned from over the years. Please seek professional advice in case you intend to invest your money.

3. Unshakeable: Your Financial Freedom Playbook* by Tony Robbins

This audiobook is a good place to start on my path (1) “Saving and investing wisely”.

Although I’ve been working for a few years in corporate financial advisory, I must say that I did not know much about investment finance.

But I decided to dive into the subject and read a few books about the topic. I found this audiobook to be a good and sensible summary of key learnings.

Tony robbins included information from knowledgeable, serious and trustworthy investors who have a LONG-TERM TRACK RECORD (a few decades) of beating the market.

Keep in mind that beating the market for even a couple of years in a row is NOT PROOF of anything.

This can be simple luck.

It’s important to get advice from professionals who back up their claims with models which they have run on market data from the past century. You want to make sure that they include as many irregular potential events in their study in order to make their investment model as low-risk as possible for a good potential return.

That being said, Ray Dalio is one of the biggest and most respected investors worldwide. The audiobook includes some of his piece of advice. But I strongly recommend you watch a few of his interviews by Tony Robbins to get more details about managing your portfolio as a private investor.

Now, more about the audiobook itself.

Top 6 Audiobooks For Starting Entrepreneurs To Stay On Track

Here are my key learnings

  • In order to build up wealth, you should act by the following 4 MOST IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES:
    • DO NOT LOSE MONEY. Nobody knows what will happen in the future. NOBODY. Therefore it is best to protect against potential losses. What does this mean? Simply that you should expect the unexpected, and allocate your assets in a way that your portfolio will still do fine even if things go the wrong way.
    • USE the ASYMMETRIC RISK REWARD to your advantage.
      • For the part of your portfolio which is dedicated for higher risk investments, make sure to invest in assets that have a high potential return but a LIMITED DOWNSIDE RISK.
      • For instance, if you invest in undervalued assets in times of a financial downturn, the worst thing that can happen is that the value goes more down or – in the worst case – to zero. But the potential reward is very high. Do not invest when the downside risk is out of control! For instance, when you by an asset that can become a debt in the worst-case scenarios.
    • BE TAX EFFICIENT. Taxes (and other fees) can have a highly detrimental impact on the compounding effect of your investments. It is important that you can keep most of the returns on your profits in order to be able to capitalise on those in the long run. Get informed, know how many taxes you will pay depending on your investment strategy. Find products that are tax-reduced or tax-efficient.
      • That is something I am very aware of. I’ve seen how many taxes my grandparents pay on the few company shares they own. It’s huge! More than 50% of their earned profits get swallowed away.
      • I, personally, have invested in real estate and cryptocurrencies so far. And one reason for this is that I know which fees and taxes are associated. Here, although the upfront fees of buying real estate are quite high (up to 12-15% of the property price), you can resell real estate tax-free as a private investor after 10 years of ownership. Cryptocurrency can be resold tax-free as well if you have been holding them for more than a year. #HODL.
      • Of course, this is not financial advice! Be sure to make your own due diligence and ask for professional advice before investing! I encourage you to make your own research and build up one asset type at a time so that you are sure to have a good understanding of the implications of your financial strategy.
    • DIVERSIFY. Diversification is key, especially for those who have no edge over other investors. That would be most of us. As private investors, what we can be happy to aim at are average market returns on our investments, which are high enough for us to be able to prosper well if combined with good personal finance strategies.
      • ACROSS CLASSES: this means that you should hold different classes of assets, such as stocks, bonds, real estate, commodities etc.
      • AMONG CLASSES: this means that you should not pick out just one single asset from the class (e.g. do not just handpick one or a few stocks or bonds etc.). Handpicking assets drastically increases your risk, especially because most of us are biased and believe we can beat the market when numbers show that such instances are mainly related to luck, very rare and only temporary. If you invest for bigger goals such as retirement, you should get into the long-term game. You should diversify widely AMONG classes of asset, for instance using indexes.
      • ACROSS MARKETS, in currencies and countries around the world.
      • ACROSS TIME: this means that you should invest regularly over months and years. This reduces the risk of picking the worst time to invest, such as, for instance, right before the dotcom bubble in 2000 or the financial crash in 2008.

Note: I see my friends make this mistake all the time. They have accumulated a bit of capital, and instead of spreading the investment out to reduce risk, they want to go all-in right now. Because their GUTS FEELING tells them that it’s the right time… With no tool or research whatsoever to support their view. Why not spread the investment over a few weeks or months?

  • Keep in mind that WHATEVER the asset, there will always come a day when it will CRASH by 50 to 70%.

Note: I think that’s very important to be aware of. I hear that buying an apartment in the centre of big cities is very safe, all the time. But the housing market can always crash. And there can be mid-term factors that can impact the prices quicker than one may think.

For instance, if teleworking/remote work becomes more and more widespread (and there are signs that show this trend), who says that the majority of people will want to stay in crowded, polluted, stressful cities? I know most of you probably believe that this will only happen in the far future, but I’m not so sure of it.

Of course, it will not happen within one year, but in maybe 5 to 10 years the change could become fairly noticeable. Then we will truly see how many people live in cities because they LIKE it and not because their WORK FORCES them.

  • Here are 6 more hints from this audiobook:
    1. Asset allocation drives return: your return (and your risk) depends on the proportion of each asset in your portfolio. You should find the right balance between risk and return.
    2. You should use index funds for the core of your portfolio so that it is diversified enough to keep your risk low.
    3. ALWAYS have a CUSHION. You should make sure that you have an appropriate amount of INCOME-PRODUCING investments, such as bonds, REITs, dividend stocks etc.
    4. Use the rule of 7. Have 7 years of income set aside in income-producing assets.
    5. With a small proportion of your investment money, you can explore and try to invest in assets that are high-risk and high-(potential)-return.
    6. You should go for fixed asset allocation and REBALANCE ONCE A YEAR. This forces you to buy assets when you have a potential big value upside.


  • Don’t forget that YOU ARE BIASED:
    • RECENCY bias: We tend to (falsely) believe that everything that happened recently will keep going.
    • INFORMATION bias: We tend to give too much importance to small effects or facts that are being over-emphasized by the news. Best would be to only check your portfolio once a year, assuming that you diversified well and are investing for the long-term.
    • HOME bias: We naturally tend to buy more of our home country or industry, which is often not based on facts or proof of better performance over time.
    • NEGATIVITY bias: We tend to recall the negative more than the positive.

Note: This means, for instance, that the crash of 2008 has scared off a lot of people from stock and other investments, causing them to miss out on high returns. If you think about it, the combination recency and negativity bias strongly contribute to our financial cycles where markets tend to grow, overheat and then crash in the span of about 10 years.

When a crash happens, most people lose trust and their negativity bias causes them to get out of the game. Then, the recency bias first focuses on the negative event of the crash. But with time, the economy and markets recover. After a few years of growth, the recency bias causes to believe that nothing will go wrong again. Then, the general overenthusiasm leads to overvaluation and yet another CRASH.

I hope you have enjoyed this quick summary of my personal notes and thoughts on this audiobook.

Remember that investing is a crucial topic. Inform yourself, read as much as possible and also seek professional advice. BUT BE VERY PICKY about WHO you are trusting as your financial advisor! The audiobook has more advice on this topic, be sure to listen to it before going for any advisor.

Hope this helps! It’s a good first dive into the topic, I believe. Let me know what you think 🙂

4. The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business: Make Great Money. Work the Way You Like. Have the Life You Want.* by Elaine Pofeldt

This audiobook, in turn, is a good place to start on my path (2) “Building up passive income”.

Elaine Pofeldt has done extensive research about the newly arising phenomenon of million-dollar, one-person businesses.

The amount of businesses that have a revenue of over 1 million $ per year but are run by a single owner has been increasing steadily over the past decade.

She set out to study this trend and share her observations in this audiobook:

  • Most of these businesses belong to one of the following 6 CATEGORIES:
    • eCommerce.
    • Manufacturing.
    • Informational content creation, such as blogging or online course providers.
    • Professional services and creative business, such as marketing agencies, public speaking, consultancies.
    • Personal services firms (e.g. fitness coach).
    • Real estate.
  • You won’t make it unless you are PASSIONATE about your business and the topic. Oftentimes, the entrepreneurs’ potential to create a great business simply lied within one of their passions or talents that seemed almost too obvious or easy for them to make a business out of it.

Note: I find this observation to be very true. It always seems a little bit cheesy, but it is so essential. If you are going to build something that generates as much revenue by yourself, you really need to know your stuff and to motivate yourself. With no passion, chances are high that you will quit on the way out of frustration.

Top 6 Audiobooks For Starting Entrepreneurs To Stay On Track

  • You need a strong “WHY”, which cannot be simply money. For me, this would be (1) FREEDOM over my time and location and (2) helping others and making the world “a better place”.
  • Your product or service should FILL A NEED or SOLVE A PROBLEM better than what already exists in the market. Do proper, in-depth market research BEFORE working on the product or service itself.
  • Make the product really awesome: UNDERPROMISE and OVERDELIVER.
  • You should make a SHORTCUT to the LEARNING CURVE by building a business in a field that you already have knowledge in (through your work or hobby). This way you already have good expertise and competitive advantage.

The audiobook dives deeper into every category:

  1. E-COMMERCE: A strategy that seems to work well is to be a CURATOR and build up a great reputation for a very special product. The NICHIER the BETTER. You should find a product that you are genuinely interested in and establish a brand that no-one else has.
    • Here you should be sure to ask the customers what THEY want. Don’t just assume that your guts feeling will tell you which product or design will work or not.
    • TEST your product first: use Groupon, Amazon, Shopify or WordPress to try and sell the product BEFORE you set up your own website.
    • Many companies handle WHOLESALE and DROPSHIPPING so you don’t need to have an inventory.
  3. INFORMATIONAL CONTENT: This business is often created because the entrepreneurs did not find what they were looking for. If you want to scale up, see how you can have others contribute with CONTENT.
  4. PROFESSIONAL SERVICES and CREATIVE BUSINESS: entrepreneurs in this business category can scale up in 2 ways. Either by automation, outsourcing and having independent workers OR by charging much higher prices than their competitors.
  5. PERSONAL SERVICES: They could be any type of coaching, dog-walking, fitness etc. Here what’s important is the power of your BRAND.
  6. REAL ESTATE: this business category takes time since you will need to build up and invest your capital progressively.

According to the audiobook, you should identify where your passion meets the market demand, and then TEST it in the following ways:

  • Survey your target customers. Try to figure out where they would hang out (e.g. which shops or coffee places) and go there to take your survey.
  • Use crowdfunding to pre-sell your idea. If you hear crickets instead of seeing dollars rolling in, then you may want to put more effort into your market research or your communication strategy.
  • Experiment with ads on Google, Facebook or other platforms that your target audience are spending time on.

FUNDING is also a crucial part. Every business will take time to take off. You will have an initial phase with NO REVENUE. There are generally 4 ways according to the audiobook to be prepared for that:

  1. SIDE-HUSTLING. You can even start putting as little as 1 hour per week into your business. The most important is to be consistent and invest your time wisely.
  2. WORK AND SAVE in order to later LIVE ON YOUR SAVINGS or invest in your business. 
  3. Getting OTHERS TO INVEST, such as business angels.
  4. Other FINANCIAL OPTIONS, such as grants or competitions with prizes. However, you should NOT be BORROWING to start your business, as this is a risky option.

Elaine Pofeldt states that the HAPPIEST 1-million 1-person entrepreneurs tend to do the following 3 things:

  1. Ask themselves frequently if what they do is really WHERE they want to go. And they adjust their trajectory accordingly.
  2. They set clear goals and stay true to them until it makes sense to refresh them.
  3. They are prepared to reinvest in their business or other pursuits when the timing is right.

I hope you like this quick review and my personal notes about this audiobook.

It is very motivating to listen to and gives you plenty of ideas and motivation.

If you are interested in building up a high-income business that you can automate and will eventually liberate a lot of free time for you, go ahead and listen to this inspiring audiobook. Let me know what you think.

Audiobooks That Will Inspire And Motivate You

Whatever PROJECT(S) you want to undertake in your life, there is always a moment when you could need a little inspiration or motivation. Some audiobooks are just perfect for that, and can even help you stir a bad morning in the right direction again.

I, personally, love books that will combine a personal story with great lessons to learn for life. Here are my two picks for this category of audiobooks.

5. 25 Stories I would tell my Younger Self: An inspirational and motivational blueprint on how to take smart shortcuts in life to achieve fast and groundbreaking success* by Dr Julian Hosp

Dr Julian Hosp is an entrepreneur who inspires me. I would not say that his personality completely appeals to me. But I’m under the impression that honesty and transparency are his core values. And he has an amazing track record in many areas. Here are a few facts about him, as many of you may not know who he is.

Dr Julian Hosp…

  • is Austrian and about 33 years old (like me).
  • graduated as a medical doctor.
  • used to work as a professional kite-surfer. He was able to combine his sports career (which caused him to travel around the world at a young age) with his studies. He optimised his time and learned everywhere he could, using the best learning techniques he could read about or develop himself.
  • started investing very early and cashed-in his first MILLION euros when he was 30 years old after selling mainly real estate property he had been buying during his twenties.
  • invested about 10% of this money into cryptocurrencies (a lot of it into Ethereum) around 2016, way before the bubble in 2017. Contrarily to a lot of crypto fans, he decided to sell some of his cryptos when the market was overheating. A wise decision, in my opinion.
  • started and got quite successful in several types of businesses.
  • is currently devoting a lot of his time, energy and money in the Blockchain area. He just founded a new blockchain company a couple of months ago. He gives talks, writes books and makes videos in order to help the world become #cryptofit.

Now that you read this quick and only partial overview of the author, with no further due…

here are the key learnings I took from this audiobook:

  • Whatever skill or project you want to develop, remember that you should start PLANTING THE SEEDS right NOW. Compare it to a plant, and remember to be patient and consistent.
  • You can and should train your WILLPOWER with diverse challenges.
  • Confront your FEARS.
  • Don’t forget to COMPLETELY DISCONNECT for 7-10 days every now and then. Your body and brain need you to rest and recharge your batteries.
  • You cannot simply suppress bad habits. BAD HABITS need to be SUBSTITUTED. For example, don’t simply think you will not eat dessert after dinner if that is what you are used to doing. Instead, drink tea, or go for a walk.
  • Millionaires have ONLY ONE THING IN COMMON: they hang out with OTHER MILLIONAIRES. Be sure to surround yourself with people who you can exchange on an eye-to-eye level or that can teach you more.
  • Having a DAILY ROUTINE is very important. He has a consistent routine 6 days and allows chaos to reign the last day of the week.
  • Create your to-do list of the 5 to 6 most important things you should take care of the next day. Then use the 20-80 rule to keep only the MOST IMPORTANT 20% on your list.
  • Use a timer to make sure you do not spend TOO much time on your activities.
  • It is important to incorporate SPORT and MEDITATION in your morning routine.
  • When it comes to investing, he recommends NOT SPECULATING but investing for the long-term perspective. It’s important to invest in things that you know and understand. Fixed-income assets that have a long-term track record in terms of payout or dividend are great investments. For instance, your self-made “pension” is considered very safe if you are extracting it from the revenue provided by monthly rents or quarterly dividend-payouts.

Top 6 Audiobooks For Starting Entrepreneurs To Stay On Track

The great ability of the author to convey life lessons via personal stories really amazed me. Even simple lessons were told in a really impactful way.

However, the intro and the first story were a little repetitive and slow to start. But please, stick around. The ENTIRE book and its stories are really worth it!

6. The 5 Second Rule: Transform your Life, Work, and Confidence with Everyday Courage* by Mel Robbins

This audiobook tells the story of Mel Robbins, who, after hitting rock-bottom finally managed to get her life back on track thanks to what she calls the “5-second rule”.

This rule is all about implementing positive changes and habits in your life, one moment at a time.

According to the author, the 5-second rule is a scientifically-proven way to trick your brain into acting the way you want.

The idea behind it is that your instincts are often in the way of making rational and sensitive decisions. Procrastination, stress, fears, anxiety all exist because your instincts are trying to protect you from something that is seen as a risk.

This means that, in order to be able to DO what you WANT TO DO and not what you instinctively end up doing, you should REACTIVE the rational part of your brain.

You can do this by using the 5-second rule: simply count backwards from 5 to 0.

Why does this work? Because counting backwards, simple as it may be, forces you to reactivate your rational brain. Your instincts get out of the way and you can act on what you THINK is good and not on what your body tells you is good or not.

For instance, when you have decided to go out for a run but you are feeling how the power of procrastination is taking over, count back from 5 to 0 and then JUST DO IT.

Here are my other key learnings from this audiobook:

  • We make decisions based on our feelings. This affirmation is backed by science. People who have lost the part of the brain that gives them the ability to feel have been proven to be unable to decide.
  • From this, you can infer that you are NOT battling changes. You are battling your FEELING ABOUT THE CHANGES.
  • Your BRAIN is most productive on the first 2 to 3 hours of the day. And hitting the SNOOZE button on your alarm clock can have a negative impact on your brain (called “sleep inertia”) for up to 4 hours.
  • If you write down the 2 or 3 things you want to do, you are 42% more likely to ACT. You should also write down “WHY” you want to do them.
  • According to Parkinson’s law, your work & projects EXPAND to the time you give to them. This is why you should always decide at what time you are going to STOP WORKING. What’s more, you should always make sure to take a break from work in order to recharge your batteries and be more productive the next day.
  • You should differentiate productive and negative PROCRASTINATION:
    • when you undertake a big project, like writing a book, and then PAUSE for a while, this leads to productive procrastination. It adds to your creative process since your mind can wander for a while and bring new input to the project later.
    • Negative procrastination, on the other hand, is when you know what you have to do but push it away, leading to (potential) negative consequences. This is bad because it occupies your mental space and can cause you unnecessary stress.
  • Procrastination is a COPING MECHANISM for stress. It’s not laziness. You just want to avoid stress. To fight against procrastination, you should do the following:
    1. Forgive yourself for procrastinating.
    2. Imagine what your future self would do. This visualisation helps you do it.
    3. Use the 5-second rule to just get started.
  • You can and should use the 5-second rule to…
    • stop procrastinating.
    • stop worrying. Use the 5-second rule to direct your mind towards solutions or a positive situation.
    • fight your anxiety. Body symptoms for excitement and anxiety are the same. Hence, when you start feeling anxious, you should use the 5-second rule to tell yourself that you are excited (instead of anxious). Science has proven that people perform better when they use this method before a test or a speech.
    • fight your fears. When your fears come up, use the 5-second rule to imagine the POSITIVE outcome of the situation. If you have a fear of flying, imagine how you are going to enjoy your time upon arrival. This signals to your brain that the plane will not crash, otherwise, you would not be able to experience all this upon arrival.
    • speak out what you think, especially in a relationship, where you should leave nothing important unsaid.
    • do little acts of COURAGE every day, such as introducing yourself to people you don’t know. This will help build up your confidence and have a myriad of positive effects in your life.

Before You Go…

I genuinely hope you enjoyed this list and my extensive notes about each audiobook.

I tried sharing my insights the best I could, but everyone’s experience and lessons from hearing an audiobook are different.

Let me know if you listened to my favourite audiobooks cited above, and whether they helped you!

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