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Following his recent bestseller 50 SELF-HELP CLASSICS, Tom Butler-Bowdon is back with this wide-ranging collection of enduring works of the literary and the legendary: pioneering thinkers, philosophers, and powerful leaders who have shown us how to "Think and Grow Rich", develop "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People", become "The One-Minute Manager", solve the challenging puzzle of "Who Moved My Cheese?" and discover "The Art of Worldly Wisdom". Mapping the road to prosperity, motivation and life success, this one-of-a-kind introduction to the success classics summarizes each books key ideas to make clear how these timeless insights and techniques can inform, inspire, and illuminate a path to enduring achievement. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
One of my friends suggested this to me, and its amazing book.Published 1 month ago by Viral R. Patel
I was coming back from a trip to Australia and visited the airport bookshop to kill some time and found this book. Bingo-just found out what to do for the trip back to the States! Read morePublished 12 months ago by Andrew Dahlburg
Great compilation, I if I reaaly like the summary then I buy the book.Published 12 months ago by Charlie Brown
50 Success Classics is a useful sampler that surely was much work to produce; in addition it’s true that writing your own ideas is easier than correctly sharing the ideas of others... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Dr. Peter Fritz Walter
I keep all of the classics in my library. Excellent research and very uplifting. The audios are great too.
This book consists of brief recountings of 50 popular books about success. Each is only a few pages long and tries to boil down the contents of the books for easy digestion. Read morePublished on April 1, 2013 by Rick Cook
The summaries didn't have the desired depth. Fine for folks who want a very cursory introduction, but certain will not allow you a nuanced understanding.Published on March 22, 2013 by Aneel Chima