Recommended Reading

“A person who won’t read has no advantage over one who can’t read”.

-Mark Twain.

Having a hunger to learn is an essential part of anybody’s growth,and soaking up some great,informative and inspiring books is something that I recommend to everybody who is serious about personal and business development.

Here are a few of the books that have had a big impact on me and I happily recommend them to you.

 

All time classic by Napoleon Hill. It gives you clear guide lines on how to set goals and how to reach them. It also talks about being rich not only in a material sense but in every sense. Great book to help encourage you to reach your potential.

A classic (originally published in the 30′s) and a must-have, this timeless piece of work can help just about anybody get along better with others and win them over to their way of thinking. Don’t have a lot of time to spare? Don’t worry. The book is divided into short sections, each one devoted to a particular principle that is well illustrated with many practical examples. In this way, you can read a chapter quickly, stop and do other things you have to do if necessary, and get back to the book when you have time- all without losing continuity.

Excellent book by Richard Branson,in which he shares his life story,his adventures and his attitudes towards business…very inspiring!

Even if it is way past your first year in Network Marketing I’d recommend you read this.It’s packed full with tips on how to succeed..what to do and equally important – what NOT to do.It’s also one of those books that you will keep going back to and again and again. Every marketer should have a copy.

Robert Kiyosaki has produced a very readable book explaining many of the fundamental differences between wealthy and poor people. The concepts introduced are very powerful, and, if taken to heart, life changing. The book traces the author’s life from the age of 9, comparing the financial teaching that he received from his own, highly academically intelligent, real dad, and that of his friend’s, financially intelligent, dad. Having experienced first hand the teaching and upbringing resulting from both of the dads, he is able to reflect on how they differ and how these differences have a profound effect on financial wealth.

Here are the seven fundamental lessons in this book :

1. Enlarge your vision (what you focus on is what you get)

2. Develop a healthy self image (believe you can do it!)

3. Discover the power of your thoughts and words (your thoughts and words can pave the way to real changes around you)

4. Let go of the past (focus on what you want)

5. Find strength through adversity

6. Give! (giving opens up the doors of receiving)

7. Choose to be happy (enthusiasm for opportunity helps create fine results)

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