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One thing I have been doing recently is going to book stores. And in the leadership or management section, picking up books written by or about leaders. Such as CEO's, Military Generals, U.S. Presidents, famous sports stars, ETC. General Patton is my favorite one. Learning about their state of mind, what they do to get motivated. How they learned to be sucessful in life.

These books are filled with motivating quotes and ideas. It has helped me get into a positive state of mind. They mention to. Be confident. Have a no quit attitude. And never give up your dreams and goals. ETC.
 

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jd782 said:
One thing I have been doing recently is going to book stores. And in the leadership or management section, picking up books written by or about leaders. Such as CEO's, Military Generals, U.S. Presidents, famous sports stars, ETC. General Patton is my favorite one. Learning about their state of mind, what they do to get motivated. How they learned to be sucessful in life.

These books are filled with motivating quotes and ideas. It has helped me get into a positive state of mind. They mention to. Be confident. Have a no quit attitude. And never give up your dreams and goals. ETC.
damn good tip.

I already to do that and have been doing it for almost a year and a half.

My favorite books is Think and Grow Rich, and anything wrote by authors Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen.

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I agree with "Think and Grow Rich". by Napolean Hill

Another seemily corny titled book - How to win friends and influence people.
by Dale Carnegie.

I am looking into the John Wooden (Amazing coach and philosoper) Books. Rave reviews on Amazon.

Great inner game reads. Interestly the first 2 books were written in th 30's, and then Wooden was born in 1910. Ageless wisdom.

I read the Carnegie book many years ago, and did not appreciate it until I had experience and read it again and saw the insights. (For the most part, I believe without experience there is no learning). The book's are about the author's experiences. Whether the reader can relate will depend on their's.
Same is true about this site and in other aspects in life.

And, success comes after many fails. Fail faster and you will increase your rate of success (learn and adapt). :)
 

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machoboy said:
I agree with "Think and Grow Rich". by Napolean Hill

Another seemily corny titled book - How to win friends and influence people.
by Dale Carnegie.

I am looking into the John Wooden (Amazing coach and philosoper) Books. Rave reviews on Amazon.

Great inner game reads. Interestly the first 2 books were written in th 30's, and then Wooden was born in 1910. Ageless wisdom.

I read the Carnegie book many years ago, and did not appreciate it until I had experience and read it again and saw the insights. (For the most part, I believe without experience there is no learning). The book's are about the author's experiences. Whether the reader can relate will depend on their's.
Same is true about this site and in other aspects in life.

And, success comes after many fails. Fail faster and you will increase your rate of success (learn and adapt). :)
Actually, its interesting that you talked about "How to Win Friends and Influence People"

I was just reading that during the superbowl when I was writing a letter to one of my contacts within a not-for-profit company.

Really helped me out to write the letter.

Most of those books are really friggen good to have and read and reread.

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I agree with "Think and Grow Rich". by Napolean Hill

Another seemily corny titled book - How to win friends and influence people.
by Dale Carnegie.

I am looking into the John Wooden (Amazing coach and philosoper) Books. Rave reviews on Amazon.

Great inner game reads. Interestly the first 2 books were written in th 30's, and then Wooden was born in 1910. Ageless wisdom.

I read the Carnegie book many years ago, and did not appreciate it until I had experience and read it again and saw the insights. (For the most part, I believe without experience there is no learning). The book's are about the author's experiences. Whether the reader can relate will depend on their's.
Same is true about this site and in other aspects in life.

And, success comes after many fails. Fail faster and you will increase your rate of success (learn and adapt). :)
"fail faster"
 
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