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message 1: by Grant (new)

Grant (groanchomsky) | 8 comments Mod
Please post the books mentioned on Jordan's Self Help channel I may have missed here.


message 2: by Leo (new)

Leo Gardiner | 1 comments These are the 10 from his show Chin Up Stooge:

Personal Power - Tony Robbins
The Psychology of Achievement - Brian Tracy
Never Check Email In the Morning - Julie Morgenstern
A New Earth - Eckhart Tolle
Destructive Emotions - Daniel Goleman
Unlimited Power - Tony Robbins
Flow - Mihály Csikszentmihalyi
Spiritual Enlightenment: The Damnedest Thing - Jed McKenna
The Slight Edge - Jeff Olsen
Other books that he's referenced or recommended:

Manufacturing Consent - Noam Chomsky
Sapiens - Yuval Noah Harari
Dark Money - Jane Mayer
Killing Hope - William Blum
The Truth - Neil Strauss
Emotional Vampires - Albert J. Bernstein
The Game - Neil Strauss
Awaken the Giant Within - Tony Robbins
Might add to this as I hear about other books from him, plus it'll be handy to have a list in case I forget them all.


message 3: by Kaelan (new)

Kaelan | 4 comments Do you have
word power made easy- Norman lewis


message 4: by Toby (new)

Toby | 3 comments 'The House That Was Eureka' is young adult fiction but is one of those crossovers that has become a classic for adults as well. It's a good story apart from anything.


message 5: by Ryan (last edited Jul 31, 2020 07:49PM) (new)

Ryan Lasek | 5 comments "How To Be More Interesting - by Edward de Bono" was mentioned by Jordan in a Neel + Jordan podcast https://soundcloud.com/neel-kolhatkar.... It fits into his self-help content because it's a book about how to improve ones communication.


message 6: by Ryan (new)

Ryan Lasek | 5 comments "The Richest Man in Babylon" - by George S. Clason was mentioned by Jordan on the Neel + Jordan Podcast.

https://youtu.be/LsudDfEs7cQ?t=1444

It fits into self-help because it's about bettering one's financial situation.


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