50 Shades of Jay # 19 – Read’s Choice “BOOK LIST”
Shade 19 is the combination of recommendations/explanations we received from subscriber’s eager to contribute and share the books that have helped transform or forge THEIR business or life philosophies.
Please note that we are not endorsing these titles, we merely provided the service of gathering and coordinating the information. We ask you to do your due diligence and research the titles that interest you to see for yourself if the book will provide the insights you are after.
There were an enormous number of submission and we want to thank all that contributed to this list!
My staff took time and effort to consolidate and organize these submissions into an alphabetical format by book title to help you gain maximum selection advantage — and noted which titles received the top 10-20-30% rankings. We did our best to ensure the accuracy of the title/author information and because of the sheer volume of the resulting list, we apologize if there are any inaccuracies.
Hopefully this resource will give you a great springboard to multiply your knowledge base, your competitive superiority as well as your interpersonal growth by orders of magnitude.
I truly hope you pick many books from this list -- or any other book list that piques your interest -- and read at least one book a week. Then see how outsized your growth, understanding and expansive world view becomes.
You all created this do now—enjoy!
PS -- Want a quick peek at the "TOP 10"?
1. Think and Grow Rich – Napolean Hill
2. Getting Everything You Can Out of All You've Got -- Jay Abraham
3. Rich Dad Poor Dad -- Robert Kiyosaki
4. The Seven Habits of Highly Successful People -- Stephen Covey
5. Awaken the Giant Within -- Anthony Robbins
6. The Holy Bible -- Various Authors
7. How to Win Friends and Influence People -- Dale Carnegie
8. The Ultimate Sales Machine -- Chet Holmes
9. The 4-Hour Work Week -- Tim Ferris
10. *There was a four-way tie:
Good to Great -- Jim Collins
Unlimited Power -- Anthony Robbins
The Sticking Point Solution -- Jay Abraham
The Richest Man in Babylon — George Clason