This tremendous Business Leaders Bundle features 16 titles sure to offer nuggets of wisdom and inspiration regardless of what field of business you're in. The sixteen titles come wrapped 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 Business Leaders Bundle:
The Key to Excellence, by Charlie "Tremendous" Jones. Filled with classic wisdom and humor, this easy-to-read book reflects Charlie's keys to excellence in Leadership, ministry, home, and work.
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.
Breakthrough Speaking, by Mark Sanborn. Anyone with the courage to speak publicly can deliver a speech, but breakthrough speakers inspire listeners to take action. If you have a message to deliver - one that you sincerely believe in - and your philosophy moves you to want to inspire and change people, the best way to reach them is by mastering Breakthrough Speaking!
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.
Advantages of Poverty, by Andrew Carnegie; Foreword by Dale Carnegie. Discover the attitude of selfless giving that motivated this innovative businessman to help various communities, charities and organizations achieve greater success.
Acres of Diamonds will help you to discover why Temple University founder Russell Conwell was referred to as the penniless millionaire and how he helped millions of others to tap into their potential through his famous Acres of Diamonds speech.
Maxims of Life & Business With Selected Prayers is a dynamic book that encapsulates the life and wisdom of John Wanamaker. The wisdom of the millionaire "Merchant Prince" who was the originator of the department store concept will undoubtedly inspire you to live your life to the fullest and for the benefit of others.
Books Are Tremendous, edited by Charlie "Tremendous" Jones, documents the amazing impact that the reading of good books has had on great men and women throughout history. As you read the inspirational words by some of these influential individuals who have been transformed by the power of the written word, they will undoubtedly inspire you to develop a far greater appreciation for reading.
"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 better realizing 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.
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.
Self-Improvement Through Public Speaking. Research has confirmed again and again that public speaking is essential to success. This practical guide by Orison Swett Marden will help you to understand the significance of gaining the verbal advantage needed for your career, personal and social life.
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.
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 success. the secret of success of every person who has ever been successful lies in the fact that he or she formed the habit of doing things that failures don't like to do.
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