Dr. Francisco DeLaCruz’s Top Three

The Millionaire Maker The Millionaire Maker
By Loral Langemeier
WHY: This book taught me to think broadly about entrepreneurship and consider how my network marketing business fits into the bigger picture of my life. It showed me how to build my contact list with quality individuals. Langemeier has a knack for gathering entrepreneurs in community; you can read the book and be inspired, and can also join Langemeier’s community.
Creating Your Own Destiny Creating Your Own Destiny
By Patrick Snow
WHY: Any book that promotes action first and then backs it with inspiration is a book that I treasure. Creating Your Own Destiny accomplishes both. Snow is a great supporter of network marketing and enumerates specifics on how to build your contact list from your existing list.

Your First Year in Network Marketing Your First Year in Network Marketing
By Mark and Rene Reid Yarnell
WHY: A must-read for all new network marketers and a must-read-again for veterans. This book lays out how to ignite your business; chapter 5, “Attacking the Warm List Warhead,” is the classic teaching on how to build a list quickly.
Andrea Frank Henkart and Journey Henkart’s Top Three
Networking Magic Networking Magic
By Rick Frishman and Jill Lublin
WHY: Frishman and Lublin have written a common-sense book that demystifies networking. They say, “Networking is the process of building and maintaining relationships, supportive alliances that help you and your network partners reach your goals.” Networking Magic breaks networking down into a step-by-step process. We learned tools for positioning ourselves as a mother-daughter team and special tactics to speed up the process of meeting people. The section on networking dos and don’ts is pure magic!
Nonviolent Communication Nonviolent Communication
By Marshall B. Rosenberg, Ph.D.
WHY: If you want to improve the quality of your personal and professional relationships, this is the book for you. Nonviolent Communication will help transform any dialogue you have into a peaceful one. The way we talk to people, the words we use and the intention behind the words make all the difference in creating good will. Whether you are sharing your product or service with someone or creating balance in your relationships at home, this book will show you how to use language to develop more satisfying personal connections.
The Fifth Principle The Fifth Principle
By Michael S. Clouse

WHY: This book is clear and concise in explaining how to become and remain successful. Clouse offers effective tools for business-building and breaks the process down so you can truly understand the process that gets you there. We were motivated by his writing and inspired to take immediate action. After applying his five principles, we noticed a stronger sense of confidence and greater understanding of our business. The results are still flowing into the bank.
Dr. Bill Toth’s Top Three

The Power of Your Subconscious

The Power of Your Subconscious Mind
By Joseph Murphy
WHY: This book is very much like the “Chilton’s Auto Manual” for your brain and its creative power. If you are even remotely curious as to how your mind generates the creative process and how your thoughts transform into things, The Power of Your Subconscious Mind is a must-read.

Think and Grow Rich Think and Grow Rich
By Napoleon Hill
WHY: The question is not whether you have read this book, but how many times you have read it. If you have not yet achieved the level of abundance you seek in any area of your life, then either you have not read it enough times or you haven’t applied what you read. This is a blueprint for developing the relationships in your life so that together everyone achieves more.
You Were Born Rich You Were Born Rich
By Bob Proctor
WHY: Bob picks up where Napoleon Hill left off. My copy of You Were Born Rich is just as dog-eared and marked up as my copy of Think and Grow Rich. So many people know what to do and yet fail to do what they know. Bob’s book teaches you how to “go within so you don’t go without.”