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Re: Which audio/book helped you the most?

Post by Kellz Killzish on Wed Aug 24, 2011 3:24 pm

One of the best audiobooks I have listened to was by Russell Simmons called Super Rich. Then their have been the obvious legendary books like:

* Anthony Robbins : Unlimited Power, The Time of Your Life
* Jim Rohn : The Challenge To Succeed
* Napoleon Hill : Think & Grow Rich
* Donald Trump : Thing Big & Kick Ass, Entrepreneurship 101
* Robert Kiyosaki : Rich Dad, Poor Dad (One of the first books I read about separating yourself from the masses and creating your own path to riches)
* Chris Brogan & Julien Smith : Trust Agents
* Jay-Z : Decoded
* Robert Greene : The 48 Laws of Power
* Robert Greene & 50 Cent : The 50th Law
* Malcolm Gladwell : Outliers

I hope these books help you along your journey.

. Kellz .

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Re: Which audio/book helped you the most?

Post by markleach1 on Wed Oct 12, 2011 7:09 pm

Dax Moy 'The Magic Hundred'
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Re: Which audio/book helped you the most?

Post by ucsdmike78 on Tue Apr 24, 2012 7:35 pm

The 3 that have changed my perception of life and possibilities:
Anthony Robbins - He walks you through the process of finding what you want, why you want it (your motivation), creating a plan, executing it, and how to deal with any challenges that come your way. He also walks you through finding what all the limitations or limiting processes you put on yourself and walks you through changing them.
John C. Maxwell - Every interaction or communication with another person operates around leadership principles. If you didn't know that, you should really take the time to master leadership.
David DeAngelo - Don't spend a lifetime trying to learn or reinvent the wheel on how to find and maintain successful relationships through trial and error. It is a science that can be learned. Get what you want, don't settle for any less.

Notable mentions:
Napoleon Hill - Key to achieving goals is to create them clearly in the mind. How this occurs is an unexplainable phenomenon. Just envision it and watch it become reality.
Carol Flemming - The sound of your voice. Part of your communication is the way you say it. The way you talk affects your communication. Improve communication and the perception of you by improving the sound of your voice.
Gary Chapman - How people receive love, and how it is different for everyone. For people who are already in long-term relationships/marriage that want to keep it healthy.
Robert Kiyosaki - Gain assets, get rid of liability. Simple but powerful lesson that will affect all your major decisions for the rest of your life.
Steve Chandler - 100 ways to motivate yourself.
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Re: Which audio/book helped you the most?

Post by ucsdmike78 on Tue Apr 24, 2012 7:36 pm

The 3 that have changed my perception of life and possibilities:
Anthony Robbins - He walks you through the process of finding what you want, why you want it (your motivation), creating a plan, executing it, and how to deal with any challenges that come your way. He also walks you through finding what all the limitations or limiting processes you put on yourself and walks you through changing them.
John C. Maxwell - Every interaction or communication with another person operates around leadership principles. If you didn't know that, you should really take the time to master leadership.
David DeAngelo - Don't spend a lifetime trying to learn or reinvent the wheel on how to find and maintain successful relationships through trial and error. It is a science that can be learned. Get what you want, don't settle for any less.

Notable mentions:
Napoleon Hill - Key to achieving goals is to create them clearly in the mind. How this occurs is an unexplainable phenomenon. Just envision it and watch it become reality.
Carol Flemming - The sound of your voice. Part of your communication is the way you say it. The way you talk affects your communication. Improve communication and the perception of you by improving the sound of your voice.
Gary Chapman - How people receive love, and how it is different for everyone. For people who are already in long-term relationships/marriage that want to keep it healthy.
Robert Kiyosaki - Gain assets, get rid of liability. Simple but powerful lesson that will affect all your major decisions for the rest of your life.
Steve Chandler - 100 ways to motivate yourself.
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Re: Which audio/book helped you the most?

Post by purple on Wed Jul 11, 2012 3:34 am

Seth speaks.
Jed Mckenna books Spiritual Warfare, Spiritual incorrect enlightenment and Spiritual enlightenment the damnest thing.
Rude awakening by Ciaran healy and Brutalbegginings from him.
Eckhart tolle videos on youtube to get presence and in the now. throught the open door and a new earth from him.
Tony Robbins the time of your life.
Harry Lorayne super memory super student how to raise your grades in 30 days
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