Og Mandino Best Books
Og Mandino is an American book authored. The Greatest Salesman in the World, his best-selling book, was written by him. Over 25 languages have been used to translate his books, which have sold over 50 million copies. Up until 1976, he served as the magazine’s president. He is a member of the National Speakers Association Hall of Fame.
Mandino eventually achieved literary success. Napoleon Hill, W. Clement Stone, and Emmet Fox all had an influence on his writings, which were also inspired by the Bible.
today we are exploring some of his greatest books here
1# The Greatest Salesman in the World
The Greatest Salesman in the World is a book that tells the tale of Hafid, an impoverished camel boy who leads an abundant life and acts as a manual for a salesmanship and success philosophy. To read the book in Mandino’s recommended reading order would take roughly ten months.
2# The Choice
Choice! The choice is the key. You can choose. You don’t have to languish in misery, failure, ignorance, grief, poverty, or self-pity for the rest of your life. Wait, though! If this is the case, why have so many of us reportedly chosen to live this way? The solution is clear. Because they were unaware that they had any choices, many who live in unhappy failure have never used their possibilities for a better way of life!
3# The Greatest Miracle in the World
The Memorandum from God to You is contained in the greatest miracle in the world. The story of a renowned inspirational author will enthrall you as it unveils fascinating new techniques for achieving success and happiness in your own life.
4# The Greatest Secret in the World
It is an incredible new book that opens up a world of tremendous success and personal satisfaction!
In his exciting follow-up to The Biggest Salesman in the World, Og Mandino’s Spellbinding Bestseller, one of the world’s most prominent authors provides one of the greatest secrets for your personal and financial success.
5# The Twelfth Angel
“A truly special tale about love, courage, and life.”
John Harding had a successful job, a wife who loved him, and a handsome son. He has returned to his hometown of Boland, New Hampshire, having lost everything, and is on the verge of committing himself. However, a longtime buddy begs John to run the Angels, his former Little League team. He reluctantly agrees and meets a hopeless player who remarkably resembles his deceased son. Through their extraordinary connection, John discovers the wisdom of living that he had previously believed had eluded him forever.
6# A Better Way to Live
The author lists the seventeen guidelines that helped him change his life and describes how he went from hopelessness to finding spiritual nourishment in the writings of Aristotle, Emerson, Ben Franklin, and Plato.
7# University of Success
This extraordinary book will take you step-by-step into the world of exceptional achievement with its comprehensive course on how to succeed, given by fifty well-known professionals.