Anybody read these books?

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Dave recommend 5 books to small business owners.

*Rich Dad, Poor Dad - Kiyosaki

*The E-Myth - Gerber (E stands for Entrepreneur)

Built to Last, *Good To Great, How the Mighty Fall - Jim Collins

*Tribes, Purple Cow, Permission Marketing - Seth Godin

Free - Chris Anderson

Outlyers - Malcolm Gladwell

Zig Ziglar books (all)

How to Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie

*QBQ (Question Behind the Question), *First Things First - John Miller

*21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership - John Maxwell

*Thou Shall Prosper - Daniel Lapin

I've read several of these, but would welcome your comments!! I need some books to read on my "marathon recovery" days on the treadmill or cycle. I want to set some priorities. The starred titles I have read....

Thanks for your comments!!!!
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    Just got Rich Dad, poor dad for the library where I work, and yes I have read some of zig ziggler and How to Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie, and quite a few others.

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  • CAROL_
    What I like about Dale Carnegie's books is that even tho the setting is last century, the truths and values are so poignant and sooooo applicable to TODAY that it is breathtaking. Absolutely amazing. Real values-based books. I also like his classic, How to Stop Worrying and Start Living. I read it about every other year; used to read it once a year.
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