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What books should entrepreneurs read?

Ferris interviews the 200 “Titan’s” of health, wealth, and wisdom. Good info and you can learn the tactics, techniques, and procedures of the best.
Hill highlights the 13 habits of successful people after he studied 500 people in his lifetime.
Young writes about ordinary people doing difficult things quickly and achieving advantages in their field of study or interests – thus calling them ultralearners.
Rohn’s book is an excellent read that involves goals, knowledge, how to change, money management, time management, hanging with the right people (winners), and learning how to live well.
Clear’s book is a great guide on how to improve 1% a day by breaking bad habits and adopting new ones – taking small steps to do it incrementally.
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Grover’s book talks about the three types of people – the cooler, the closer, and the Cleaner. The last being self-motivated and not caring about nothing but winning.
Rohn’s has many good quotes and this book is full of them – 365 quotes on 60 topics. His lifetime experience is in this book (37 years of business, ideas, and lives).
Tracy breaks down the excuse factory. He shows you how you can achieve success by being disciplined in business, life, and happiness.

The supreme mentor – Dr. Orison Marden


Founded Success magazine in 1897.

Before the Jim Rohn’s of the world there were self-development mentor’s like Dr. Orison Marden. He was there even before Napoleon Hill. His bio and works are all over the web and very impressive. I stumbled upon him while reading another self-help guru, and I can tell you I know where they got their material from – Dr. Orison Marden. You can read his books for free or buy them on Amazon (reprints) via Project Gutenberg and UPenn Online Books Page.

Three books I would read immediately.

I just finished these 3 books and I can tell you they are amazing. The Self Investment book is one of my favorites. I gave it to my son to read and learn from. Every Man a King is worth the read too, and Iron Will is the last one I have read. I sent his books to my Kindle via the Project Gutenberg link.