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This is a Monthly Book Club group for Business Leaders, Business Owners, Entrepreneurs, and Business Executives that would like to read and review the top 25 books a Business Executive Must Read. These books offer a comprehensive approach to money, life and personal development.

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Business Leaders Book Club

2201 E Camelback Rd

Welcome to The Business Leaders Book Club, The Greatest Salesman in the World is included in the top 25 books a Business Executive must read for achievers. The list of books offer a comprehensive approach to money, life and personal development. As a business owner or executive of a business, we welcome you to take the time to read these books and meet to discuss with other business executives/owners. Summary of March 7th Book - The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino “Do not aspire for wealth and labor not only to be rich. Strive instead for happiness to be loved and to love, and most important to acquire peace of mind and serenity.” The Greatest Salesman In The World was first published by Og Mandino in 1968. As opposed to offering sleazy tricks, the book suggests the simplest way to be more convincing in all aspects of life is to become a better person in all aspects of life. Taking lots of inspiration from Christian spirituality, the book helps you adopt ten valuable habits in ten “ancient scrolls.” It reminds me a bit of The Richest Man In Babylon. Here are my 3 favorite lessons: 1. The most productive thing you can do to sell stuff is to love other people. 2. Never give up, but never proceed unprepared. 3. Whatever you’re trying to accomplish, try to control your emotions. Regardless of whether you want to become an artist, land your dream job, or actually sell stuff, we all need to master the art of persuasion. Let’s learn how to do it from The Greatest Salesman In The World! Next Meeting April 4th - Rich Dad/Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki Next Meeting May 2nd - Who Moved my Cheese by Dr. Spencer Johnson Please RSVP and Bring your own Lunch (or eat before/after) - Drinks -water/coffee to be provided. If you would like Pizza - please note on RSVP and bring $5. Our location is 22nd and Camelback on the 2nd floor - use the North Elevators to enter is the easiest.

Business Leaders Book Club

2201 E Camelback Rd

March Business Leaders Book Club, The Greatest Salesman in the World – by Og Mandino “Do no aspire for wealth and labor not only to be rich. Strive instead for happiness to be loved and to love, and most important to acquire peace of mind and serenity.” The Greatest Salesman In The World was first published by Og Mandino in 1968. As opposed to offering sleazy tricks, the book suggests the simplest way to be more convincing in all aspects of life is to become a better person in all aspects of life. Taking lots of inspiration from Christian spirituality, the book helps you adopt ten valuable habits in ten “ancient scrolls.” It reminds me a bit of The Richest Man In Babylon. Here are my 3 favorite lessons: 1. The most productive thing you can do to sell stuff is to love other people. 2. Never give up, but never proceed unprepared. 3. Whatever you’re trying to accomplish, try to control your emotions. Regardless of whether you want to become an artist, land your dream job, or actually sell stuff, we all need to master the art of persuasion. Let’s learn how to do it from The Greatest Salesman In The World! Next Meeting April 4th - Rich Dad/Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki Next Meeting May 2nd- Who Moved my Cheese by Dr. Spencer Johnson Next Meeting June 6th - Developing the Leader Within You by John C. Maxwell Please RSVP and Bring your own Lunch (or eat before/after) - Drinks -water/coffee to be provided. Bring $5 for Pizza and request with RSVP Our location is 22nd and Camelback on the 2nd floor - use the North Elevators to enter is the easiest.

Business Leaders Book Club

2201 E Camelback Rd

April Business Leaders Book Club, Rich Dad /Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, is included in the top 25 books a Business Executive must read for achievers. The list of books offer a comprehensive approach to money, life and personal development. As a business owner or executive of a business, we welcome you to take the time to read these books and meet to discuss with other business executives/owners. Summary of March 7th Book - Rich Dad/Poor Dad By Robert Kiyosaki The Book in Three Sentences 1.Rich Dad Poor Dad is about Robert Kiyosaki and his two dads—his real father (poor dad) and the father of his best friend (rich dad)—and the ways in which both men shaped his thoughts about money and investing. 2.You don’t need to earn a high income to be rich. 3.Rich people make money work for them. The Five Big Ideas 1.The poor and the middle-class work for money. The rich have money work for them. 2.It’s not how much money you make that matters. It’s how much money you keep. 3.Rich people acquire assets. The poor and middle class acquire liabilities that they think are assets. 4.Financial aptitude is what you do with money once you make it, how you keep people from taking it from you, how to keep it longer, and how you make money work hard for you. 5.The single most powerful asset we all have is our mind. “Money comes and goes, but if you have the education about how money works, you gain power over it and can begin building wealth.” “People’s lives are forever controlled by two emotions: fear and greed.” Next Meeting May 2nd - Developing the Leader Within You - by John C. Maxwell Please RSVP and Bring your own Lunch (or eat before/after) - Drinks -water/coffee to be provided. $% Pizza upon request with RSVP Our location is 22nd and Camelback on the 2nd floor - use the North Elevators to enter is the easiest.

Business Leaders Book Club

2201 E Camelback Rd

To kick off our Book Club, The Richest Man in Babylon is included in the top 25 books a Business Executive must read for achievers. The list of books offer a comprehensive approach to money, life and personal development. As a business owner or executive of a business, we welcome you to take the time to read these books and meet to discuss with other business executives/owners. Summary of August 2nd Book - The Richest Man in Babylon Too often, life doesn’t turn out as expected. And money, or the lack of money, plays a large role in people’s ability to handle life’s ups and downs. Perhaps, that’s why, in the 1920’s, banks and insurance companies decided to distribute short parables written to educate people on important financial principles. The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason began in 1926 as a series of pamphlets, the most famous ones later compiled into one of the best loved money guides of all time. The book begins with two men realizing that, while they lived a meager existence, one of their childhood friends had become known as the wealthiest man in Babylon. Despite growing up in similar circumstances, their friend seemed to have created a life of gold while they barely scratched out a living. The situation is all to familiar even today. And like the men who’d come to the realization that they’d failed to think beyond the day at hand, readers have the opportunity to sit at the feet of the richest man in Babylon and learn how to build wealth. They learn how to plan for the future, make wise investments and how to view money as a tool rather than a measure of success. With time-tested principles and an engaging format, The Richest Man in Babylon is an excellent introduction to finance and a classic. Next Meeting September 6 - Acres of Diamonds Next Meeting October 4th - As a Man Thinketh Please RSVP and Bring your own Lunch (or eat before/after) - Drinks -water/coffee to be provided. Our location is 22nd and Camelback on the 2nd floor - use the North Elevators to enter is the easiest.

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