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There are many different ways to be mentally tough.
So we’ve drawn on the widest variety of perspectives possible in choosing our favorite mental toughness books.
These tomes will help you prepare your mind effectively for your life goals.
And there’s no doubt that somewhere in this list there’s the book that you’ve always been looking for.
We wish you luck in your personal transformation!
Resilience is the form of mental toughness that lets you bounce back from life’s most difficult situations.
Reivich and Shatte draw on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy techniques to provide a practical guide to becoming super-resilient.
It’s not just the big things that we need to recover from and St. John and Haines have focused on all the little bumps in life and how to make sure that they don’t slow you down.
We like the five point framework that it provides for use in all of your life.
Zolli and Healey take a very high-level view and they show that, with time, everything bounces back and that by changing your perspective on an event, you can quickly recover too.
Say goodbye to adversity.
Who better to teach resilience than a Navy SEAL who has also overcome PTSD and alcoholism?
Eric Grieten shows us that you can overcome anything in the end and he provides a path to walk through your troubles and leave them behind.
Another Navy SEAL but with a different approach.
Lambertsen draws from SEAL training to provide a mental toughness that’s perfect to marry with a physical toughness.
You’ll never let a goal intimidate you again.
Sheryl Sandberg is a big name in the tech world but when she was working for both Google and Facebook her husband died out of the blue.
The advice she got from Adam Grant enabled her and her children to go on.
This is a unique perspective on mental toughness.
Dr. Brown is one of the biggest names in overcoming adversity and there’s nothing that they don’t know about resilience.
This book draws on the science of sports psychology to give the reader brain exercises that help them become mental top performers.
Another Navy SEAL!
Willink shows you that hard times can always be survived, with discipline.
Duckworth went to West Point to find out how cadets, teachers and more can use passion and perseverance to achieve any goal.
Unbeatable Mind is one of our favorites in the office and Mark Divine’s book is perfect for the person looking to unleash their own would-be warrior.
We hope that you’ve found a book to inspire you in our top 12 mental toughness books and that you start working on this important discipline today.
Winners are mentally tough and often, they’re not even all that physically tough, they just have the right mindset.