Benefitting from Books

How We Can Benefit From Books: Books2

There are two important ways that books can lead to wealth and at least two important kinds of wealth that books can lead to. This is the reason why Books2Wealth has a numeral “2” in it rather than the word “to”. This is what we mean by Books2 ™.

Two Kinds of Wealth-

Books lead to two kinds of wealth: knowledge in its broadest sense which enriches our lives and increases our general fund of knowledge. This increase in knowledge opens doors every day to new ideas, new realities and new opportunities. This is not limited to knowledge or opportunity related to business or wealth creation – it includes knowledge and skill about every kind of activity we may wish to explore. It includes every area of personal improvement leading to personal success.

The other kind of wealth that books provide us is knowledge in the more narrow sense of how to create wealth, manage wealth, preserve wealth and use wealth. It is in this latter sense – wealth related knowledge and skill that we focus on most here in Books2Wealth™ and in BookWise™ – but not exclusively. We will devote some attention to other areas of personal improvement and success.

Two Ways to Generate Wealth-

Books generate wealth in two different ways as well when you are affiliated with BookWise™. Books contribute to your capacity to generate wealth by increasing your knowledge and broadening your perspective in a general sense. This general increase in knowledge is useful in many ways to advance your interests. When reading is focused on books about building wealth, investments, real estate, and other areas of commerce, it expands our ability to create and manage wealth.

The second way that books can generate wealth is in their sale. It is in this way that BookWise™ becomes uniquely valuable because it permits each and every person willing to work at it to have their own book store.

In coming newsletters we will examine the various ways that books expand our knowledge, our perspective and out ability to create wealth, both commercial and otherwise. Here you will find summaries of the greatest books on these subjects. You shall have the choice of obtaining the book to benefit from its full content, or being content to review the summaries here. However these summaries are not intended as a substitute for your reading and study. Continued reading and study are essential to success. Successful people are readers!

In one of this week’s BookWise educational conference calls Robert Allen challenged BookWise associates to identify the ten books that most influenced them. This is an interesting and revealing exercise, as it reveals how much of an impression books can and do make upon us. I would urge you to consider making your own list and give some reflection upon how these books and their authors affected you and your life.

Let me suggest some books that you may consider, if you have not already done so, to add to your list of the top books that inform and influence you. We will discuss these books in future newsletters as well as others –

As A Man Thinketh, James Allen
Attracting Perfect Customers, Stacey Hall & Jan Brogniez
Cracking the Millionaire Code, Mark Hansen & Robert Allen
Creating Health, Deepak Chopra
Creating Wealth, Robert Allen
Getting Things Done, David Allen
How to Win Friends and Influence People, Dale Carnegie
How to Write and Publish Your Own How-to Book, John T. Reed
Leave the Office Earlier, Laura Stack
Magnetic Sponsoring, Mike Dillard
Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor E. Frankl
Multiple Streams of Income, Robert Allen
One Minute Millionaire, Mark V. Hansen & Robert Allen
Profiles in Courage, John F. Kennedy
Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Robert T. Kiyosaki & Sharon L. Lechter
Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, T. Harv Ecker
Smart Couples Finish Rich, David Bach
The Five Lessons A Millionaire Taught Me, Richard Paul Evans
The Millionaire Next Door, Thomas Stanley & William Danko
The Present, Spencer Johnson
The Richest Man in Babylon, George S. Clason
The Science of Getting Rich, Wallace D. Wattles
The Secret, Rhonda Byrne
The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey
The Smartest Investment Book You’ll Ever Read, Daniel R. Solin
The Success Principles, Jack Canfield & Janet Spritzer
Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill

This is not an exhaustive list – we will look at more books over time, but this is an excellent list to begin with. You may ask why so many of these books are about wealth and success. Surely there are many very good books that inspire and inform that have nothing to do with success or wealth. This is true. We start with those that focus on success and wealth building to establish a foundation for building financial security through the accumulation and management of wealth. This will free us to spend more time exploring the many other ways that we can attain “success” and achievement in this world. Subsequent book lists will focus on other areas of personal development.

(c) 2008 Dan Murphy
All Rights Reserved.

Increase your wealth while building a wealth of knowledge through books.

Dan Murphy, BookWise Associate

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Daniel R. Murphy

Wishing you well,

Daniel R. Murphy
Educating people for building wealth, adapting to a changing future and personal development.