A recent post at “Marketing for Mavens” cited The Go-Giver as on of the “3 Top Business Books for Generating Ideas, Passion and Energy.”
The other two were Seth Godin’s recent bestseller Meatball Sundae (with whom we share a publisher), and (drum roll) . . . Think and Grow Rich
Now we think that’s pretty good company to keep!
Here’s what the blog author wrote:
I read a lot of business books. Usually, I read a couple at a time, which perplexes my wife, but the different ideas and viewpoints keep my creative energy going. Recently, I’ve been thinking about which books I’d keep if I could only read three for the rest of my life. These are the three that came to mind.
• The Go-Giver, by Bob Burg and John David Mann
• Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill
• Meatball Sundae, by Seth Godin
I’ve chosen these three for their principles, readability, and creative energy. I could and have read these books several times. Each time, I get something new out of them. They get me inspired and send my creative energy goes through the roof. If I find myself sitting around wondering what to do next, I’ll instantly pick up one of these and start reading. The wheels in my head will start churning and I’ll be able to move past any mental blocks that are lingering.
If you could only choose three books to read for the rest of your life, what would they be?
And you know, that’s actually a great question! What would be your top three?