George C. Clason (November 7, 1874 – April 7, 1957)

Best know for writing a series of informal pamphlets about being thrifty and how to achieve financial success. He started to write them in 1926, using parables that were set in ancient Babylon. Banks and insurance companies began to distribute the parables and the most famous were compiled into the book The Richest Man In Babylon

David Allen ( born December 28, 1945)

Is a productivity consultant who is best know as the creator of the time management method know as Getting Things Done.

Founder of the David Allen Company, which is focused on productivity, action management and executive coaching.

Keith Ferrazzi (born 1966)

American author and founder and CEO of the Ferrazzi Greenlight, a research institute and strategic consulting focused on relational, collaborational and behavioral sciences.

His first book Never Eat Alone was a New York Times Bestseller.

Tom Butler-Bowdon (born 1967)

Most notable for the 50 Classics series of books, which provides commentaries on key writings in personal development, psychology and  philosophy.

He has been described as a “true scholar of this type of literature”.

Robert T. Kiyosaki (born April 8, 1947)

American investor, businessman, self-help author motivational speaker, financial literacy activist, and occasional financial commentator.

Best know for his Rich Dad Poor Dad series of motivational books. He has written over 15 books, which combined has sales of over 26 Million copies.

Brian Tracy (born January 5, 1944)

Motivational speaker and author. He has conducted seminaries and workshops in 61 countries worldwide.

Chairman and CEO of Brian Tracy International , company specialized in the training and development of individuals and organizations.

Frank Bettger (1888-1981)

He played Major League Baseball with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1910.

After his brief career, he returned to Philadelphia and started to sell life insurance for the Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Co., but he was not initially successful.

After succeeding and becoming the Top Salesman for 20 years, he met Dale Carnegie, who encouraged him to write his first best-selling book How I Raised Myself From Failure to Success in Selling.

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