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This Is the Moment! How One Man's Yearlong Journey Captured the Power of Extraordinary Gratitude
Walter Green This is the Moment Review
Walter Green's "This Is the Moment!" book is a personal journey of a man that chose to thank 44 people who played important roles in his life. Green decided to show his appreciation towards these people now, before it was too late.
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Army of Entrepreneurs: Create an Engaged and Empowered Workforce for Exceptional Business Growth
Jennifer Prosek Army of Entrepreneurs Review
Jennifer Prosek's "Army of Entrepreneurs" book is a practical guide to growing your business through inspiring and empowering your employees. Prosek shares how she turned her company around and gives real world examples of how you can too.
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Debt Free for Life: The Finish Rich Plan for Financial Freedom
David Bach Debt Free for Life Review
"Debt Free for Life" by David Bach is a fresh new look at debt in challenging financial times. The author of popular personal finance books like The Automatic Millionaire and the Finish Rich series of books sees all debt as bad during economic downturns. When times are tough there is no such thing as good debt to purchase investments and bad debts to buy depreciating assets, it's all simply debt. Debt which will get you into a lot of trouble if you can't afford to make your repayments on time.
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The Steve Jobs Way: iLeadership for a New Generation
Jay Elliot The Steve Jobs Way Review
"The Steve Jobs Way" by Jay Elliot is a look at the leadership skills of one the most successful product developers in the world. Elliot worked as the Senior Vice President of Apple and saw first hand how Steve jobs dealt with the challenges and great successes of the company.
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Think and Get Rich
Napoleon Hill Get Rich Review
"Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill was first published back in 1937. The book was written with the encouragement of the billionaire businessman Andrew Carnegie towards the end of the Great Depression. The very first version of the book had the much longer title of "Think and Grow Rich; Teaching, for the First Time, the Famous Andrew Carnegie Formula for Money-Making, Based upon the Thirteen Proven Steps to Riches"
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A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose
Eckhart Tolle Book Review
"A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose" is the follow up book to Eckhart Tolle's fabulously popular "The Power of Now" which has sold millions of copies worldwide and continues to sell well today. A New Earth is a book that can be read without any knowledge of the author's previous work as it is not a sequel to his Power of Now book.
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The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World
Alan Greenspan Memoir Review
"The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World" is a memoir by the former Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Alan Greenspan. His time as Fed Chairman lasted nearly twenty years, from 1987 through to 2006. In his autobiography he shares more about his personal life, growing up in New York, and the current condition of the global economy and where we may be heading.
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The Secret
Rhonda Byrne Book Review
The book promises you all the money you want, good health, great relationships, and an abundance of happiness. The Secret is to think positively, to become a magnet for the goal you desire, to use the law of attraction to draw your dreams closer.
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The Power of Now
Eckhart Tolle Book Review
"The Power of Now" has quickly established itself as a spiritual classic. Since first being published in 1999 it has made best selling lists around the world, has been published in more than 30 languages, and has been compared to books like "A Course in Miracles". The Power of Now begins with an honest and revealing story of how the author had his spiritual awakening. Eckhart Tolle goes on to discuss some of his ideas and philosophies that he has used to attain a level of peace and happiness that had never experienced during the first 29 years of his life.
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Why We Want You to be Rich: Two Men - One Message by Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki
Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki Book Review
Why We Want You to be Rich is not a how to book that will actually teach you how to be rich, but a book that tells you why should be rich. It's a book that puts forward a list of consequences that will inevitably come about if you choose not to pursue financial security, and counteracts these consequences with a bunch of motivational talk that will send you on your way to great riches.
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Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason
George S. Clason Book Review
"Richest Man In Babylon" is a book that was first published way back in 1926. Since then it has sold more than two million copies and has become a financial cult classic. The brevity and simplicity of the book can be deceiving as it it a powerful little book with a powerful message that can change lives.
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Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
Robert Kiyosaki Book Review
"Rich Dad, Poor Dad" - What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money - That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! was written by Robert Kiyosaki. It was the book that launched Kiyosaki into the success of an Internationally best selling author. Rich Dad, Poor Dad talks about how to be financially successful from investing, real estate, owning businesses, and using finance protection tactics.
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Awaken the Giant Within by Anthony Robbins
Anthony Robbins Book Review
"Awaken the Giant Within" - How to Take Immediate Control of Your Mental, Emotional, Physical and Financial Destiny! was written by Anthony Robbins back in 1992. It is 544 pages of the man's motivational techniques and self help tips. Awaken the Giant Within covers a wide range of topics, from goal setting, to Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), personal finance, and relationships.
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Trump: How to Get Rich by Donald Trump and Merideth Mciver
Donald Trump Book Review
"Trump: How to get Rich" is written by the star of the hit reality TV program "The Apprentice", Donald Trump. It is a candidly written account of the daily events in the life of Trump. He discusses real estate, business leadership, his empire, the media, and "the art of the hair"!
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Losing my Virginity by Richard Branson
Richard Branson Book Review
The flamboyant Virgin entrepreneur from the United Kingdom shares some of his business successes, world adventures, and personal background in his bubbly autobiography. "Losing My Virginity: How I've Survived, Had Fun, and Made a Fortune Doing Business My Way" is a very appropriate title as it is exactly what the book is about.
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Jack: Straight from the Gut by Jack Welch
Jack Welch Book Review
"Jack: Straight from the Gut" is written by one of the most well known American business leaders of recent times. Jack Welch played a leading role in one of America's largest companies (General Electric - GE) for twenty years, growing it from around $26 billion when he started through to $130 billion when he left in 2001.
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  • Save Your Money - Book Review submitted by "Curious" - 2 star book review (Wayne Dyer - Inspiration)
    In my opinion, I believe the good Dr. Wayne has hit the literary wall with this book.
    He had a lot more to say in his book Real Magic, but since then has just been repeating the same shtick over and over.
    His references to his rather upscale lifestyle (for someone who claims not to put a lot of value in such things) leaves one feeling like (to paraphrase a Bruce Springsteen lyric), "There's a joke here somewhere and it's on us." I felt like I was being used as a test client by a marketing machine rather than someone who wanted to give me genuine information to help improve my life.
    Get this book at the library. Don't buy it.
  • Entertaining Look at Success - Book Review submitted by "VA Strat" - 3 star book review (Donald Trump - How to get Rich)
    Donald Trump's book 'How to Get Rich' is entertaining and fun to read. Of course, if you know Donald, he is not out to breed competition, but rather to give you insight into his life and his passion for what he does - as well as make you smile (or mad) at his brash sense of humor. Taken on the surface, one may not find any ingredients to success within this book, but it's there in his affirmations and beliefs. This is not a business book per say, but a book written by a successful businessman who does reveal his secrets to getting rich so far as his mindset, passion, and dedication all taken with a smile and given with candor. Read it -- and look at the subtle lessons and disregard any business plan ideas that you may have looked to glean.
  • A Giant Awakens, Again - Book Review submitted by "Jaye Lynne" - 5 star book review (Tony Robbins - Awaken the Giant Within)
    It's close to 20 years since I last sat on the couch in the living room at "the castle" in San Diego, California, breaking bread and sharing ideas with Tony Robbins. As he National Co-Coordinator of Logistics I had many meals with Tony and his core staff members.
    So one might think a book review from a former Tony staffer might be bias. But if you ever attended a Tony seminar, if you read any of his other books, listened to his seminars on tape, then you know this fact: You are biased already. We all are.
    Each and all of us carry "filters" that cause us to evaluate anything and everything within those filters. So I am no more or less biased than anyone else. What I can tell you is that no matter how good the book, nothing compares to Tony live. Nothing.
    I recently re-read this book and for me it re-awakened the Giant in me. As I read along, I hear Tony's voice, see his familiar gestures, and re-live years of traveling and playing with him. I felt this was a great advantage so I tried a little experiment. I lent the book to a friend AFTER I had her listen to a single Tony tape. This way she would have his voice ~ tone, pitch, tempo ~ as a reference.
    And this is why I chose to review the book ~ to tell you it's a good book. The information is clear, straightforward, designed to get you to your own personal best time and time again.
    And if you can read it with Tony's own voice inside your head, it isn't Tony live, but it's the next best thing.

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