Encourage the young professional in your life who is just beginning to navigate the waters of the professional world with our 12-book Emerging Leaders Bundle wrapped beautifully for the holidays in a gift box with Charlie "Tremendous" Jones' most famous quote on the lid - "You are the same today as you will be five years from now except for two things: the people you meet and the books you read.
The following titles are included in each Emerging Leaders Bundle:
The Price of Leadership, by Charlie "Tremendous" Jones; foreword by Tracey Jones. Experience nonstop laughter as you experience this great humanitarian's ideas about life's most challenging situations in business and at home.
The 7 Golden Rules of Milton Hershey, by Greg Rothman, collects the wisdom that set this great American industrialist apart from most of his robber-baron contemporaries
Succeeding With What You Have, by Charles Schwab; Foreword by Andrew Carnegie. Schwab had a deep appreciation for the common, dedicated working man and he gave the power to succeed to any employee who was willing to pay the price.
"Bradford, You're Fired!" is a timeless classic by William W. Woodbridge containing a provocative story of "The Super-self" that exists in every person who is willing to take an honest assessment of his or her life in order to make change for the betterrealizing every one of us is in business for ourselves.
That Something, by William W. Woodbridge. That Something is real power as truly as the electric current... it is the power of the inner being, the fuel of the soul machine... it is the one thing necessary.
As a Man Thinketh, by James Allen. Og Mandino counted As a Man Thinketh among the top ten success books of all time. All that we achieve and all that we fail to achieve is the direct result of our own thoughts.
A Message to Garcia, by Elbert Hubbard. A Message to Garcia, one of the keystones of American self-improvement literature, has carried its simple message of hard work, integrity and dependability to readers around the world for over 100 years.
Character Building, by Booker T. Washington. This practical book by the former slave and founder of Tuskegee Institute shares keys to character building taken from the notes he compiled related to his Sunday Evening Talks to students and teachers during the early days of the Institute.
The Kingship of Self-Control, written by William George Jordan, is a book that will lead you expertly along the road of personal triumph by pointing the way to ultimate growth and happiness through self-discipline.
The Science of Getting Rich: Abridged Edition, by Wallace D. Wattles. Men get rich by doing things in a Certain Way; and in order to do so, men must become able to think in a certain way. A man's way of doing things is the direct result of the way he thinks about things.
The New Common Denominator of Success, by Albert E.N. Gray. The common denominator of successthe secret of success of every person who has ever been successfullies in the fact that he or she formed the habit of doing things that failures don't like to do.
The Mystery of Self-Motivation, by Charlie "Tremendous" Jones. There are no barriers you can't overcome if you are learning to be motivated.
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