Terry Crews swears by the practice of listening to audio books while working out. So if you want to add some heady nonfiction to your playlist, here are his entry-level picks.
The Richest Man in Babylon
By George S. Clason
“Written in the 1920s, this timeless book is filled with incredible lessons on how to change your thinking for the better in regard to financial and business life,” Crews says. “My work ethic and knowledge of economics soared to a new level when I read this book.”
The Magic of Thinking Big
By David J. Schwartz Ph.D.
“This classic self-help book, which will alter your definition of success and your understanding of certain goals, taught me to challenge my limitations in every possible way. So instead of asking ‘Why?’ More important, I began to ask,‘Why not?’”
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
By Frederick Douglass
“The inspiring story of a man who was born a slave but never accepted slavery or its culture. I use his life as an example of how to avoid mindsets and actions that keep you enslaved and persuade you to agree with your enslavement.”