Who Won The Six Books? What Personal Productivity / Development Books Were Recommended?

For Giveaway #4, I elected to give away five books. Here are the winners of these books.

Ted L. won by Suze Orman
Seth from Houston, TX won by Ben Stein and Phil DeMuth
won by Robert Kiyosaki
won by Burton Malkiel
J.H. Wilkerson won by Steve and Annette Economides

Because some people asked, there were 148 entries in the drawing, and America’s Cheapest Family was the most requested book with exactly 60 requests. The next most popular was A Random Walk Down Wall Street and the least popular was Rich Dad, Poor Dad.

In addition, I also gave away a copy of The 4-Hour Workweek which was won by .

Congratulations to all the winners. Your books should be heading your way via Media Mail and will hopefully arrive by the end of the coming week.

What Personal Productivity Books Were Submitted?

In the giveaway for The 4-Hour Workweek, I asked people to email me a personal productivity or personal development book that they wanted to have me review. Since there were 378 entries, and many of those entries listed multiple books, I decided as a first step to make a list of the books that were mentioned by two or more people as being of interest to them. This resulted in a pretty hefty list of personal development and productivity books, all of which I will review in the next several months. I usually post a personal productivity or development book review on Sunday evenings. Anyway, here’s what’s coming up, in no particular order:

– David Allen (far and away the most requested)
– David Allen
– Neil Fiore
– Dale Carnegie
– Keith Ferazzi
– Stephen Covey
– Stephen Covey
– Stephen Covey
– Mortimer Adler
– James Waldroop
– William Zinsser
– Theodore Bryant
– Julie Morgenstern
– Dale Carnegie
– Julie Morgenstern
– Frank Luntz
– Robert Pirsig (this one will be interesting)
– Marcus Buckingham
– Marcus Buckingham
– Brian Tracy
– Dale Carnegie
– Bill Jensen
– Jack Canfield
– Gordon MacDonald
– Stephen King (another interesting one)
– Michael Michalko

If you have more suggestions, please don’t hesitate to me with more books. These will be enough to get me through about six months, and I have about three months’ more of my own ideas to get through (as I write this), but I’m always interested in new ideas.

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