I am a fan of the Idiots guides. They are simple to understand. I also LOVED Martha Stewart`s Book - Martha`s Rules. I had to take the dust jacket off, though, so I didn`t have to be reminded it was Martha - LOL!
I also like GETTING THINGS DONE by David Allen. I am the type of person who holds the TO DO list in my head and stresses about everything that needs to be done for the next 6 months. I am learning to purge my brain onto paper and take one thing at a time and ignore what`s coming up too far in the future. The book has helped me do that.
Currently, I am focused on books that can be categorized as `wisdom of the ages.` This eBook is free as my thank you for doing business with me.
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Life-changing wisdom never goes out of style! This classic work has truly stood the test of time, selling tens of millions of copies and remaining in constant demand.
The Science of Getting Rich, by Wallace D. Wattles.
This book is a classic and was published in 1910; it`s a precursor to Napoleon Hill`s classic Think and Grow Rich.
"There is a science of getting rich, and it is an exact science like algebra or arithmetic. There are certain laws which govern the process of acquiring riches; once these laws are learned and obeyed by any man he will get rich with mathematical certainly."
Named one of the all-time best business books by Brian Tracy!
yep, goto Google and type-in MILLIONDOLLAR BOOKSHELF - the best self-help books for free download - no strings!! Including `Think and Grow Rich`
also, try buying books on eBay - there are a lot
of how-to`s without big names (afterall, those
big names really don`t write their own books - they
use ghost writers) for far less!! I buy books for
under a dollar plus modest shipping costs, then
skim books for specific content and combine
info. into a scrap book - it would foolish to think
one author has all the answers. I have friend who
believes `Rich Dad, Poor Dad` books have proprietary
information that is hardly found elsewhere!! Why go to school? lol
Entrepreneur Magazine`s Start Your Own Business was great. I still dig it out on occasion. I also learned more than I first thought I would from Daniel Kennedy`s The Ultimate Sales Letter. I`m still in search of any and all great business books, so thanks for the thread.