50 Success Classics has ratings and 47 reviews. Kevin said: A brief I love these classics series books by Tom Butler-Bowdon and now I’ve read them all!. A COMPREHENSIVE SUCCESS LIBRARY! These unabridged guides Załóż konto. Próbka. Your Way to Success: 50 Success Classics – Tom Butler-Bowdon . Author: Tom Butler-Bowdon Mapping the road to prosperity, motivation, leadership and life success, 50 Success Classics summarizes each.
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Aug 01, Kevin rated it liked it Shelves: A brief synopsis and summary of 50 books on maximizing success. Jul 28, Kevin rated it it was ok Shelves: This book contains brief summaries classkcs the contents of 50 other books, 45 of which I was never going to read.
Anyway, it turns out that to get ahead in life you have claasics look out for opportunity, be diligent, learn from your mistakes, and work really hard. Lots of overlap, most lessons pretty solid, some a little offensive I guess. Aug 18, cizi rated it liked it Shelves: Personally, this covers a number of books that Cpassics have no intention of ever reading cover-to-cover so, I’m grateful for Butler-Bowdon for capturing these gems of wisdom. To work with the same people, to own the same stocks, to be in the same businesses; hanging on was a metaphor for his life.
Andrew Carnegie, The Autobiography of Andrew Carnegie – Be voracious in your learning and ensure that others benefit from your intellectual and monetary wealth. Chin-ning Chu, Thick Face and Black Heart -What you believe ton yourself, the world will believe about you -Wealth comes from selling what’s unique about you in terms of a product or just you as a person. Although money itself is a mystery, whatever best expresses your brilliance will inevitably lead you to wealth.
George S Clason, The Richest Man classcis Babylon -Wealth, if it didn’t actually create happiness, it certainly enhanced the quality of life.
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It made it possible to furnish a house well, wear good clothing, build temples for the gods, sail the ckassics, or eat exotic foods from distant lands. Secrets of the Ages, Robert Collier -If you have a single powerful purpose, you will have the courage to act on your ideas When you strongly desire something and believe that you will have it, it sets in motion a mental whirlpool that sucks in the things, people, and circumstances necessary to enable its realization. You develop a momentum that allows you to continue achieving but with less energy.
Singularity of purpose can produce a relaxed knowing Russel H Conwell, Acres of Diamond -You need to develop an open-mind to spot the obvious. Having some idea of where you end up is a valuable exercise. Apr 24, Loy Machedo rated it liked it. Not so good points butler-blwdon this book 1 The author tries to cover too much ground in one single book. Given the sheer number of books mentioned, I succese the author could still have elaborated yet some more. Moment of Truth A great summarized version of 50 books with a great bio of the author at the end — all made to fit together into one single book.
It is a good to have with you. Overall Ratings 7 out of Jul 01, Esther rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was the perfect introduction to the success genre for me. I would never have picked up the books summarised in here, would never have even thought they could be useful to me, without reading this.
There are maybe only a half dozen that I will go out of my way to read now, but even so, I’ve taken pages and pages of notes on the insights I found in the summaries, ssuccess it’s been a book of tremendous value to me. I thought about abandoning the book halfway through, only because it was a hard This book was the perfect introduction to the success genre for me.
I thought about abandoning the book halfway through, only because it was a hard slog at times to force myself to read something fairly academic, but I’m so glad I persisted as I made lots more notes on important points. Not every chapter had value for me, but many, many of them did.
In which look forward into looking up their work and get an in-depth view of their stories. A great compilation of useful info. This series just keeps me interested. This instalment specifically is great for uplifting your spirits and even doing some research. Jul 25, Erwin added it.
Tom Butler-Bowdon’s books are like a set of Cliff Notes. I haven’t found Tom’s summaries to be useful as a replacement for reading the books he references, but it is a good way to find other books that you may be interested in.
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Many of the 50 were books that I’ve already read, but there were a few pleasant surprises that I hadn’t heard about and now I’m planning to pick up: Definitely wouldn’t have found that without Butler-Bowdon’s recommendation. Finished this on my first ever Bullet Train ride to Beijing just a few days after the new line opened. Feb 21, David Hooper rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This is a great book. It was a cllassics refresher for the books I’ve already read and a great introduction to books I wouldn’t have thought to read otherwise.
The author does a good job of summarizing the material covered in a quality way that is easy to understand and I’m looking forward to reading other books in the “50 Classics” series. Some of the books covered here: Great for any entrepreneur, self-improvement enthusiast, or salesperson. Oct 14, Mario Tomic rated it it was amazing. Amazing book, got a lot of good lessons out of it butler-bowodn important reminders from some of the ones I’ve read before.
This books is in essence a compilation of summaries and key elements of the top 50 success books. Since I’ve already read a lot of the books in the full format this was a great reminder for me.
The only downside of this book for someone who hasn’t gone through the materials yet would be that it has too much value in it that it’s practically impossible to act on all of this good infor Amazing succdss, got a lot of good lessons out of it and important reminders from some of the ones I’ve read before. The only downside of this book for someone who hasn’t gone through the materials yet would be that it has too much value in it that it’s practically impossible to act on all of this good information.
Someone unfamiliar with the literature would have a hard time processing so much distilled wisdom in just pages. It definitely takes months and years to implement everything that is given here, the main benefit I got from it was discovering new materials and authors on the topic of success which is very fascinating to read about. Nov 05, Michael Karpov rated it liked it Shelves: Jun 24, Micke Sandlin rated it it was amazing.
Sep 25, Jillian rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Anyone who reads books on leadership, business, prosperity. Butlr-bowdon love these classics series books by Tom Butler-Bowdon and now I’ve read them all!
My favorite is the collection of spiritual classics, and there is some overlap amongst the books, but this is another great collection. I was surprised by how many of these practical and prosperity books talked about ideas that mirrored those in the bestseller The Secret, and spoke about writing down your goals-not just thinking about classice.
Also attracting things to you by believing you already have the goal you I love these classics series books by Tom Butler-Bowdon and now I’ve read them all! Also attracting things to you by believing you already have the goal you want. A very fast read. Fans of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance will like this.
Summaries of 50 of the most influencial books on the classicx of success, were written from butler-bodwon 4th century BC to Authors included Napoleon Hill, W. He started each book with “In a Nutshell” to summarize the keys butler-boweon were discussed in each of the 50 books.
Jun 22, Brian rated it it was amazing. Will help you get the “Cliff’s Notes” on many so you don’t have to read them. And will help you identify the ones you are interested in going deeper with. May 03, Panata Harianja rated it really liked it. Buku ini seperti daftar menu. Ada 50 menu sample untuk memuaskan lapar dan dahaga akan kesuksesan dalam hidup.
Buku classcs berisi uraian singkatnya yang mengantar pembacanya untuk menikmati menu aslinya secara utuh. Ada 50 sampel yang enak dan bikin ngiler. Sebuah buku sampel yang bagus. It was like having Cliff Notes to some of the best “success” oriented books out there.
I had read a good portion of the books over the years and it helped jog my memory. Definitely worth the time. Feb 02, Lincoln rated it really liked it. I listened to this in audiobook format. I really enjoyed it. It made me want to read many of these books.
I like recurring messages of optimism, and this book has that. It basically gives synopses of 50 different books on achieving personal success.