Today’s blog post is all about great books to get the men in your life. Since Brandon has been on a mission to read 100 books this year, I asked him to write a Father’s Day blog post, rounding up 10 of his favorites so far. If you’ve got a man in your life who a) likes to read b) is feeling “stuck” or “unfulfilled” OR c) struggles to view life in a positive light, I think you’ll find the perfect book right here.
And with that, I give you today’s guest blog post, written by my absolute favorite guy!
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This book offers a look at overall mindsets when it comes to business, parenting, school, relationships, and life. Great for any man looking to understand how his thoughts set himself up for life.
One of my favs for sure! This book is perfect for a man in search of his purpose in life. If things have grown stagnant for him or if he is looking for the next direction to take, then this one is for him.
A book all about finding out who you are even through the struggles. If your man is into sports at all then he will appreciate the references to Tebow’s career and get a look at the mindset of a pro athlete.
Man, this a powerful book. It is all about turning simple mundane tasks into something extraordinary. Basically, these things are easy to do and just as easy not to do. Perfect for any man looking to take a fresh look at his life and habits.
Short. Sweet. And to the point. How perspective and how you look at things determines everything. Every experience can be changed by changing how you look at it. Great book for any man.
A short and easy read. It talks all about how you are the only one who can affect your mood and mindset. We can’t blame anyone else for our problems.
Follow along in this book as different people set out on a quest to do something amazing. It challenges misconceptions about living on purpose and feedback from others. Great book for any man who loves adventure or is in search of his own journey.
A very easy read about setting yourself up for success. At 70 pages, this book is perfect even for a non-reader to take a deeper internal look on life and perspective.
If your man is looking to set himself up for success then this one’s for him. It talks about all the triggers that affect everything in our life–from environment to past experiences and where we are pulling all the information from.
A good one for the Christian men out there. It talks about stepping out by faith and doing something. We have to stop waiting for something to happen and go out and take action. If your man is stuck in a rut and is not sure what direction to go, you should buy him this book.
Have you ever read any of these? Do you have any personal growth book recommendations?