Success Classics Are Worth Reading

There are truths about success and wealth creation that never change. Jim Rohn was fond of emphasizing the fundamentals. He always said that true wisdom is timeless and if someone tries to sell you “new” fundamentals you need to be very suspicious – the fundamentals of success do not change.

Reading contemporary books on success, wealth building and business is certainly good – in fact I highly recommend it to everyone. I read at least one good contemporary book a week. But it is also good to read the classics. Older books may be a bit more challenging to read because writing style was different many years ago and we are more accustomed to the easier to read styles now used. But it is worth the effort to learn from these classics.

Jeremy Tarcher recently published a collection timeless classics on success in a book titled How to Prosper in Hard Times. It includes great writings from Napoleon Hill, James Allen, Joseph Murphy and George S. Clason among others.

Take some time to review these classic writings on the timeless principles that millions have used to build wealth and succeed. This is a great little book and well worth the time. 

Wishing you Success and Prosperity,

Daniel R. Murphy

Wishing you well,

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