As you have seen under Why The Way Now, The Way fits into many literary genres. Below we have taken the top performers from the most profitable category of self-help and done a comparison. While the comparison exposes the weaknesses in these books, it is important to note that all of these books are wonderful and contain great wisdom. We have learned from each and everyone and included their virtues within The Way. We also understand that some of these books have been out for many years. However, this is not an issue as all the past and contemporary books have the same weakness when compared to The Way.
That weakness is that they all focus on one or only a few key concepts and most often do not include a real plan on how to integrate the message into our lives. All the books in these genres share the flaw of being incomplete when compared to The Way. In all human history, there has never been a single book, or even a small group of books, that covers the diversity of critical information we so desperately need to know that is found within The Way. We can see The Way as the master key that unlocks all the knowledge we most desperately need. The Way is The One Book to Rule Them All (hee-hee in a good way!)
The Way is larger than most books because it's a Complete Solution. It’s a Transformative Guide and Life Reference that includes details and lists that you will need at different times throughout your life. You would need many hundreds of books to find the bits of knowledge condensed within The Way and even then you would still be missing pieces. In the end, The Way save you time and money because it's a complete solution.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
One of the first books in my collection. This book is similar to The Way in that it covers 7 key virtues. However, The Way covers many more and includes how to actualize them within our everyday lives.
Chicken Soup for the Soul
This book is similar to The Way in that we learn different virtues and best practices through inspirational stories of people who used these to make it through some hard circumstances with some amount of grace and/or success. The Way goes further and outlines how specifically to ingrain the right qualities so that when faced with hard times, we can find our way through in the best way possible.
Think and Grow Rich
This book was one of the first books in my collection as a boy. It is similar to The Way in that it focuses on a few virtues that are related to what wealthy people feel helped them become successful. The Way, by contrast, covers these virtues and a lot more information on what it takes to be successful in all areas of life. The Way also includes a customizable action plan on how to integrate those virtues into your life.
This book is similar to The Way because it covers how to create and use an affirmation and how important it is to be open to abundance in our lives. The Way goes much further in that it covers these 2 topics and many more key virtues as well as how to implement them into our lives.
How to Win Friends and Influence People
This book is similar to The Way because it does a great job covering most of what is needed to have and maintain friendships/relationships. The Way goes much further in that it covers more of what is needed, other types of relationships as well as includes other aspects of what we need to become a better person and create a better world.
You Can Heal Your Life
This book is similar to The Way in that it shows that our mind is the most powerful tool we have in caring and healing ourselves. The Way goes further in that it covers exactly how to develop and maintain our bodies, minds and emotions to serve us and so much more.
Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus
This book is similar to The Way in that it also covers key communication concepts within relationships and with people in general. However, The Way goes further and shows how to build and maintain positive relationships as well as many other key concepts we need to know to truly be successful with the opposite sex and in life.