10 Books You ABSOLUTELY MUST READ If You Are Tired Of Being Brok1. Buffettology: The Proven Techniques for Investing Successfully in Changing Markets That Have Made Warren Buffett the World's Most Famous Investor I NEVER buy books on stock market. And neither should you. It's a waste of time. 2. Words That Sell lists the words and phrases that stimulate sales, grouping them in a logical, easy-to-find manner. 3. Guy Kawasaki wrote the best book on startups. 4. This book is a fascinating journey into the meaning of truth, lies and BS. 5. The title might sound cheesy, but the book really does share insights on what affluent, and successful really mean. 6. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, for a multitude of reasons. 7. If you’ve been a regular fan like I have of frenetic sales guru Jeffrey Gitomer’s columns in the Business Journal, you’ll want to grab his infamous power book on selling, The Little Red Book of Selling. 8. I've read a lot of great books, but this one is the one is truly unique. 9. 10.
Networking Roundup - lifehack.orgMost of us know that networking is a key to success, and certainly qualifies as a life hack. Still, the devil is in the details. I have done some reading recently, and here are a couple of books that get into the technicalities of networking. Never Eat Alone, by Keith Ferrazzi. This one’s a runaway bestseller, and we’ll be hearing about it for awhile. Since it’s more recent, it’s informed by lots of its predecessors. Know where you want to go; Identify the people who can help you get there; Get with those people and help them succeed; Let them reciprocate by helping you do the same; Stay in regular contact with those people; Enjoy mutual success and a great relationship. The book is enjoyable to read and he does give you some of his techniques for success in the networking arena. One Phone Call Away, by Jeffrey Meshel. Power Schmoozing, by Terri Mandell. As I’ve tried to increase my personal networks and accomplish goals, that information management becomes a problem.