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LIBROS RECOMENDADOS

1.- EL HOMBRE MAS RICO DE BABILONIA
GEORGE S. CLASON
EDICIONES OBELISCO

2.- PADRE RICO PADRE POBRE
ROBERT T. KIYOSAKI
ED. AGUILAR

3.- EL CUADRANTE DEL FLUJO DEL DINERO
ROBERT T. KIYOSAKI
ED. AGUILAR

4.- RETIRESE JOVEN Y RICO
ROBERT T. KIYOSAKI
ED. AGUILAR

5.- PIENSE Y HAGASE RICO
NAPOLEON HILL
ED. GRIJALBO

6.- EL JUEGO DEL DINERO
ROBERT T. KIYOSAKI
ED. AGUILAR

7.- GUIA PARA INVERTIR
ROBERT T. KIYOSAKI
ED. AGUILAR

8.- LOS SECRETOS DE LA MENTE MILLONARIA
HARV EKER
ED. SIRIO

LA RUTA DE LA EXCELENCIA EMPRESARIAL
EFRAIN LECHUGA
ED. ISEF

CARLOS SLIM
JOSE MARTINEZ
ED. OCEANO

EL MILLONARIO DE AL LADO
THOMAS J. STANLEY
ED. ATLANTIDA

NOS VEREMOS EN LA CUMBRE
ZIG ZIGLAR
ED. DIANA

COMO GANAR AMIGOS E INFLUIR SOBRE LAS PERSONAS
DALE CARNEGIE
ED. HERMES
( Se recomiendan todos los de Dale Carnegie)

LA IMAGEN DEL ÉXITO ( y todo lo referente )
GABY VARGAS
ED. AGUILAR

LA INTELIGENCIA EMOCIONAL
DANIEL GOLEMAN
ED. VERGARA

EL MUNDO ES TUYO PERO TIENES QUE GANARTELO
KIM WOO CHONG
ED. IBEROAMERICA

EL VENDEDOR MAS GRANDE DEL MUNDO
OG MANDINO
ED. DIANA
( Se recomiendan todos los de Og Mandino )

EL MONJE QUE VENDIO SU FERRARI
SHARMA
ED. GRIJALBO

EL PENSAMIENTO LATERAL
EDWARD DE BONO
ED. PAIDOS

EL PENSAMIENTO PRACTICO
EDWARD DE BONO
ED. PAIDOS

SEIS SOMBREROS PARA PENSAR
EDWARD DE BONO
ED. PAIDOS

LOS 7 HABITOS DE LA GENTE ALTAMENTE EFECTIVA
COVEY
ED. PAIDOS

TODOS LOS LIBROS SOBRE COMO INICIAR SU PROPIO NEGOCIO, COMO CREAR O ADMINISTRAR UNA PEQUEÑA EMPRESA

COMO CREAR SALUD
DEEPAK CHOPRA
ED. GRIJALBO
( Se recomiendan todos los de Deepak Chopra )

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