Top 10 Britt World Wide (BWW) Books and Reading List

What are the best books on the Britt World Wide Reading List? Let me start by telling you that I am not affiliated with Amway nor Britt World Wide, but I have listened to many of their tapes in the past. And I have read many of the books on their reading list.

To be quite frank, there are many books on the Britt World Wide reading list. In all, I’d bet there are approximately 100 must read books on their reading list, and maybe more.

Each year, the successful Amway Diamonds in Britt World Wide get together to update the recommend reading list (that’s what I’ve heard anyway). These books cover a variety of topics to include selling, recruiting, communication, relationships, successful living, leadership and so much more.

What I’d like to do in this post is share a few of my favorite books on the Britt World Wide Reading List. These are the books I have personally read myself and enjoyed. They are listed in no particular order.

1. Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson 

This book is about changing the way that you think: forming new paradigms.  I first read this book as a young Army Officer and I have to tell you that it had a profound impact on my life.

2. Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do by Robert Schuller

I love this book.  Let’s face it, we all face tough times in life.  It’s about getting up one more time than you get knocked down.  This book taught me a lot of hanging tough and persevering.

3. Three Feet from Gold by Sharon Lechter

This book talks about how so many people quit something, right before they are about to become successful.

4. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

The is quite perhaps my # 1 self help book of all time.  I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve read this book.  If you want to learn how wealthy people and successful people think, this is the book for you.

5. See You at the Top by Zig Ziglar

Study what successful people do to rise to the top of their organizations.  Learn how to think and act like a winner!

6. Acres of Diamonds by Russell Conwell

This is another life-changing book.  This book will help you discover that you can be successful right where you are at right now.  There are plenty of opportunities right under your feet, if you will only recognize them.

7. The Magic of Thinking Big by Dr. David Schwartz

Most people think very small.  This book will teach you how to set big goals and dreams, while discovering your potential.  I really, really love this book.

8. How I Raised Myself from Failure to Success in Selling by Frank Bettger

If you want to learn how to sell, this book is a classic.  Mr. Bettger was one of the most successful salesmen of all time, and in this book, he shares some of his best secrets with you.

9. The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino

This book has the “scrolls” in it.  Study this book and these scrolls for a few months and you can program yourself to be VERY successful.  This is another life-changing book.

10. The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman

This book helped me in my marriage, in my friendships and in the business.  Learn the different ways that people perceive love and find out how to make others feel loved and appreciated.

Final Thoughts

There are many other suggested Britt World Wide books. These are just my favorites. What I like most about these books is that they can help you improve many areas of your life, to include your relationships, marriage, and business. I’ve been reading books on the Amway book list for nearly 10 years now, and they’ve helped me significantly. Although I am not affiliated with Amway anymore, I still find these books very helpful.

On a side note, I would love to hear from you. What’s your favorite book on the Britt World Wide book list? Just leave a comment to this post to let me know. I look forward to hearing from you.

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9 thoughts on “Top 10 Britt World Wide (BWW) Books and Reading List

  1. Faouzi Daghistani

    When I first got into MLM, I joined an offshoot of Amway called ‘Omegatrend’. I had no idea of how powerful these self-help and personal development books could be. The first book we got was ‘The Magic of Thinking Big’ by Dr David Schwarz. That literally blew my mind. It was like their was a secret way of living that had never been unveiled that I was now being open to.
    In the second month came the book that basically changed my whole perspective on life, and it is one listed on this blog post – The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino. I challenge anyone to read that book and not be inspired by it.
    Despite all the suspicions and allegations related to the book and tape system in place with Britt Worldwide and IDA, there is no doubt in my mind that feeding your mind with positive, encouraging reading on a daily basis is a major factor towards your success.

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    1. chuckholmes Post author

      The Magic of Thinking Big is in my Top 5 books of all time and “The Greatest Saleman” is in my top 20. Both of those books have changed my life for the better.

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  2. chuckholmes Post author

    What is the purpose of Britt World Wide? The answer to that question depends upon whom you ask. First of all, the system exists to provide training and motivation for Amway distributors within its line of sponsorship. They offer books, CDs, tapes, websites, seminars and various other business support materials. Ultimately, the tools are supposed to help distributors build their Amway business.

    The second purpose of Britt World Wide is to provide an additional income stream for successful BWW Amway distributors. Most Platinums, Emeralds and Diamonds (and above) earn a substantial portion of their income from the BWW system. In many cases, their system income is more than their Amway income. This is one of the major controversies within the Amway Motivational Organizations, including Britt World Wide.

    Although I am not affiliated with Amway or Britt World Wide, I do think highly of what the system offers. They do provide great training on how to build a successful Amway business. They teach helpful leadership, entrepreneurial, communication and business skills. These skills can help you build an Amway business, plus the skills you will learn will make you better parent, entrepreneur and employee.

    Unfortunately, most distributors will never actually take this knowledge they learn from Britt World Wide and actually apply it in their business. If they did, there would be more success stories. Most distributors think the Britt World Wide system is the solution to their challenges. While the Britt World Wide system will help keep you motivated and teach you the basics about building a successful Amway business, it’s still up to you to go out there and apply what you learn!

    If you don’t apply what you will learn, you won’t make any money. It’s really that simple. So plugging in to the system is important, but you also have to roll up your sleeves and do the work.

    Final Thoughts

    In conclusion, the purpose of Britt World Wide is to train and motivate Amway distributors within the Bill Britt line of sponsorship. Additionally, the system provides extra income for the Platinums, Emeralds and Diamonds. While they are some controversies with the system, it can be beneficial if used properly.

    I highly recommend you do your due diligence before spending hundreds (or thousands) of dollars on the BWW system. Evaluate your results to determine if you are getting a positive return on your time and money investment. Don’t make the mistake of spending all your profits (or capital) on the system if it doesn’t provide REAL value for your business.

    Individual result will vary. Disclaimer: Please know that Britt World Wide and Amway are registered trademarks. I am not affiliated with either organization.

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  3. Greg Boudonck

    As a person that just loves to read, I am absolutely going to read the books on the list you have here that I have not read. The ones I have read here are in my favorite order:

    1: Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People do–This book helped me a lot during some rough periods.
    2: See You At The Top–Zig is one of my favorites.
    3: The Greatest Salesman in The World–This book is nearly the salesman’s bible.
    4: The Five Love Languages–Every married person needs to read this book.

    Thanks for this post Chuck. Time to go read a book.

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  4. cliff k

    Who moved my cheese is definitely suited to be first on the list here! I was very offended with the know-it-all tone of the book but I read every page of it about two years ago. Honestly, I was reading it not as a business tool, but a self-improvement book. Needless to say, MLM was not in my mind at such a time. I will recommend this to anybody resistant to change, as this will cost his business priceless opportunity to generate meaningful income. That said, I will be glad to recommend Think and Grow Rich to anybody starting out in business. See you at the top is also the real talk on marketing in general. I happen to be relatively new to this field (as are many of your readers and followers) so most of these titles are new to me. However, I will start saving toward acquiring a few of them soon. Three feet from gold seems to be an interesting treatise, but time will tell when I get to read it.Awesome weekend man! I am having one reading through your posts!

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  5. Jennifer Koebele

    Piggybacking on Faye, 5 Love Languages one of my favorite books too. Glad you included it with the business books because it has an effect on all aspects of a person’s life. Think and Grow Rich is one of my favorite’s too. Amazing how such an “old” book is still so accurate in terms of personal mindset.

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  6. Faye

    I learned a lot from “The Five Love Languages” (Chapman): insight that helped me understand and enjoy my personal relationships more, but also to recognize the needs of acquaintances, so that I can meet them. Wonderful book. I will need to read some of your other recommendations, also. Thanks for the list.

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    1. chuckholmes Post author

      Yes, “The Five Love Languages” is a great book Faye. It’s really helped in my marriage and with my friendships. Knowing that people perceive love differently is very important to know. You have to be able to connect with people on an individual level.

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