You should always be about self improvement.
Here are just a few of the excellent books on network marketing and personal development.
The Greatest Networker in the World
John Milton Fogg’s extended parable is the story
of a young man on the verge of quitting the
multilevel marketing business. As he prepares to
give his final opportunity meeting, he meets the
individual everyone refers to as The Greatest
Networker in the World…
Being the best you can be in MLM: How to train your way to the top in one of the world’s fastest-growing industries
by John Kalench
If you want to make money in
Network Marketing you have to learn
the tricks of the trade. This book gives
them to you right now. A master marketer
with lots of good advice.
Your First Year in Network Marketing: Overcome your fears, experience success, and achieve your dreams!
Peppered with personal anecdotes
that bring their recommendations to life,
Mark Yarnell and Rene Reid Yarnell
offer logical strategies for overcoming
rookie obstacles and kick starting a career.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad:
What the rich teach their
kids about money – that
the poor and middle class do not!
Personal-finance author and lecturer
Robert Kiyosaki developed his unique
economic perspective through exposure
to a pair of disparate influences: his own
highly educated but fiscally unstable father,
and the multimillionaire eighth-grade dropout father of his closest friend.
Think and Grow Rich
by Napoleon Hill
Anything your mind can conceive and
believe you can achieve. That is the
philosophy of Napoleon Hill, author of
the world’s #1 motivational book,
Think and Grow Rich. Inspired by the
lessons he learned while a protégé of Andrew
Carnegie, Napoleon Hill gives you the
money-making secrets that earned
Carnegie, and many of the world’s other
most prominent people, unprecedented riches.
Success is not an accident, it’s a habit.
Think and Grow Rich is where that habit
begins. Throughout this inspirational
masterpiece, which has influenced men
and women on every continent,
Hill gives examples and detailed
analysis of how hundreds of exceedingly
wealthy people earned and maintained
their fortunes. It has sold millions of
copies by laying down a blueprint for
a life of prosperity, and helping people
become the winners they’ve always
wanted to be. Napoleon Hill’s plan will
inspire you, motivate you, and enable
you to make your dreams come true!
The 21 irrefutable laws
of leadership and winning with people
by John C. Maxwell
This book is a four-time bestseller—
New York Times Business Bestseller,
Wall street Journal Bestseller,
Business Week Bestseller, CBA Marketplace Bestseller.
What would happen if a top expert
with more than thirty years of leadership
experience were willing to distill
everything he had learned about leadership
into a handful of life-changing principles just for you? It would change your life.
John C. Maxwell has done exactly that in
The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership.
He has combined insights learned from
his thirty-plus years of leadership
successes and mistakes with observations
from the worlds of business, politics, sports,
religion, and military conflict.
The result is a revealing study of
leadership delivered as only a
communicator like Maxwell can.
Failing Forward: How to
make the most of your mistakes
by John C. Maxwell
John C. Maxwell brings a gift to all who have ever felt like a “failure” by the extraordinary examples of some of the greatest people that have achieved outstanding success, only to attribute that to their prior so-called “failures.”
This book will help you USE the lessons
you can learn from your experience.
One of the most important aspects of this
book is to NOT PERSONALIZE the experience,
and take it into the core of your being,
The KEY is to take “you” out of the failure,
and look at it as another outward experience
that will teach you much. It is most often
that our deepest struggles are the very
foundations for our greatest growths
and triumphs. This book sets a model of
clean ethics, taking responsibility, being
PASSIONATE about what you are doing,
because without passion, you might as
well just stop – because passion is the
driving force behind every success.
If you have been through the mill,
and want to really be inspired about
your experiences from some of the greatest
people who have brought inspiration to
others, then this book will give that to you.
An excellent book for turning failure into
How to win friends and
by Dale Carnegie
Since it was first published in 1936,
Dale Carnegie’s all-time classic has
helped millions of readers get along
How to Win Friends and Influence
People provides advice on:
Dale Carnegie was born in 1888 in
Missouri, USA. As a salesman and aspiring actor, he traveled to New York and began teaching communications classes to adults at the YMCA. In 1912, the world-famous Dale Carnegie Course® was born.
He authored several best sellers including How to Win Friends and Influence People and How to Stop Worrying and Start Living. Over 50 million copies of Mr. Carnegie’s books have been printed; published in 38 languages. He was a prominent lecturer of his day and a sought-after counsellor to world leaders.
Brian Tracy is a master of self-management skills development. In this treasure chest, he gives us an encyclopedia of inner wealth more knowledge-based, action oriented, and relevant to today’s global achiever than any other source you can tap…
7 habits of highly effective people
by Stephen R. Covey
This is an excellent book that probably almost everyone has heard of. Millions of people have read it, but unfortunately many people don’t make the commitment to actually apply the habits in their everyday life. If they did, it’s a “can’t miss” success formula. However, it is not an “instant fix” formula that is the rub for many.
Dr. Covey writes well and holds the reader’s attention. His arguments are sound and it comes across that he practices what he preaches. The section on the basic life assumptions that are unconsciously adopted by people that keep them stuck is particularly useful. These fall under the general category of the psychology of “paradigm changing,” which is a revelation to a lot of readers.
I also like that the book sticks to seven pivotal habits and puts the spotlight on them. From these, most other productive habits logically follow as a consequence. In this sense, his formula is simple. However, the application of his ideas is more difficult. I would recommend this book to anyone in business. It gives great, practical advice that one could start implementing immediately.
The magic of thinking big
by Dr David Schwartz
Achieve everything you’ve always wanted:
The Magic of Thinking Big gives you useful methods, not empty promises. Dr. Schwartz presents a carefully designed program for getting the most out of your job, your marriage and family life, and your community. He proves that you don’t need to be an intellectual or have innate talent to attain great success and satisfaction – but you do need to learn and understand the habit of thinking and behaving in ways that will get you there.