Friday, July 15, 2011

Business Bestsellers Review

The Millionaire Messenger: Make a Difference and Fortune Sharing Your Advice, by Brendon Burchard, is a book that is about how to use your personal life story and experiences to help better your business, and your entire life, as a whole. This book allows you to take a deeper look into yourself so you can discover what it is that you can share with others to use as inspiration. You can use your personal stories and share them to use as advice for others, such as life lessons that you picked up because of the things you've been through. Burchard's main objective is to impact people with a ten step plan that can help make an impact on others as you discover the great value of your life story, as well as realize that you're on this planet to make a difference and that you are really important because of your perspective and unique voice. Also, he mentions that you can get paid for this contribution as you share it with the masses in a lucrative way.

Erik German writes My Father's Dream, a novel about a salesman from a network marketing company who made a pitch to the author's father in the 80s and caused a darkness to fall upon the entire family. The book is told in an investigative style from the perspective of the author who explores this corrupt company that seems to be selling soap but is actually selling something much darker. Particularly focused on exposing the details of the company, Amway, this novel is a mysterious probing look into a situation that affected one man and many others' lives.

The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character, and Achievement, by David Brooks, is an exploration of how our subconscious mind affects the things we do, the things we eat, the people we love, and all of what we are. He studies not what the brain does, but what it all means. How all of the things that our brain is doing should affect the way one raises children or does business or handles relationships, to provide a better understanding of one's self and the people around them.

Jim Collins' book, Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don't, is an examination of thousands of companies, searching for which ones made substantial improvements during their rise to power. And then the book seeks to examine what factors helped them make that leap, finding common things among the big companies that succeeded, like Walgreens, Wells Fargo, etc. This is a book that CEOs will find particularly useful.

Finally, William Clement Stone writes The Success System That Never Fails, a book that talks about the various formulas, maps, equations, systems, and techniques that help a person succeed while others continue to fail. And once you follow these techniques it leads you to knowledge, and then you get experience, and then finally, you get inspiration which is all your really need to make a change and a difference. Thus, this book contains immense inspirational material for business building or life improvement.

Roberto Sedycias works as an IT consultant for PoloMercantil

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