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Unread 12th January 2013, 11:47 AM   #51
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My favorite book of all time is Napoleon Hill's:

Think And Grow Rich.

This is an old time classic which still makes sense today if you want to be successful in a home based business.

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The Law of Success by Napoleon Hill
Think and Grow Rich

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyoski

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The Power of Positive Thinking - Normal Vincent Peale
Influence - The Psychology of Persuasion - Robert B Cialdini
The Secret of the Ages - Robert Collier
Losing My Virginity - Richard Branson
Think and Grow Rich - Napolean Hill
Pitch Anything - Oren Klaff
The Irresistible Offer - Mark Joyner
Awaken the Giant Within - Tony Robbins
The Power of Your Subconscious Mind - Joseph Murray
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I've read most of the books posted here, but there's one book that brought it all together for me. It's what separates a successful entrepreneur from a failure.

The Slight Edge - Jeff Olson

Think it's out of print but you can get it at the Kindle Store.
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A great person is measured by their library.

Here are my recommendations

Brian Tracy - Maximum Achievement (the first book I read on successful thinking)
Steve Chandler - 100 Ways To Motivate Yourself (an absolute must read when you're going through the challenging times)
Victor Frankl - Mans Search For Meaning (puts life into perspective - period)
Steven K Scott - Mentored By A Millionair (for it's amazing vision mapping process that gets things done)
T Harv Eker - Secrets Of The Millionaire Mind (for it's money management system that has kept me debt free for over 6 years since I first read it)
Samuel Smiles - Character (an antique book that is as relevant today as it was in the 1890's)
Napoleon Hill - Think & Grow Rich (because it's principles underpin everything to do with IM and success)
Emile Coue - The practice of autosuggestion (because everyone should understand the subconcious mind, especially in IM)
Dan Ariely - Predictably Irrational (for the testing and data of how consumers work)
Clive Hopkins - Scientific Advertising (because no one has since written any better book on the principles of advertising)
Darren Hardy - The Compound Effect (for it's lessons on persistence)

Success Magazine (for it's monthly inspiration)

I have hundreds more I've read over the last 6 years but these have to be the top of the list for me.
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Unread 13th January 2013, 02:17 PM   #57
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Secrets of the millionaire mind - T Harv Ecker
Crush it! - Gary Vaynerchuk

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Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

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That's a beautiful book.

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Mine is The 10x rule by Grant Cardone

- teaches that you need to take way more action and put in far more effort than you first expected to achieve success at any project you are undertaking.

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My 2 Favorite Books are

The Slight Edge- By Jeff Olson

The Millionaire Fastlane- MJ Demarco

The Slight Edge is a powerful motivational book that will kick your mindset into gear.
The Millionaire Fastlane will Ignite your Entrepreneurial Spirit. Two Highly recommended books.
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Nice thread, Sumit.


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The Bible, of course.

If the focus is a book on how to get rich, I would still say the Bible for many reasons. Nonetheless, for all intents and purposes, I will specify the writings of King Solomon who was and remains the riches man who has ever lived. There is a lot to learn from King Solomon. Try it.

Some one actually wrote a book: Secrets of the Richest man who ever lived, Mike Murdock. I suggest that you pick up a Bible and read about King Solomon yourself. You may learn a thing or two.
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Rich Dad Poor Dad & The 4-Hour Workweek
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How to win friends and influence people, by Dale Carnegie.
Very powerful book.
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The Alchemist
Think And Grow Rich
The Four Hour Work Week
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My Favorite book is "The God of Small Things"

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my fav is "think and grow rich "
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My favorite book is A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen.
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Nice thread, Sumit.


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The Bible, of course.

If the focus is a book on how to get rich, I would still say the Bible for many reasons. Nonetheless, for all intents and purposes, I will specify the writings of King Solomon who was and remains the riches man who has ever lived. There is a lot to learn from King Solomon. Try it.

Some one actually wrote a book: Secrets of the Richest man who ever lived, Mike Murdock. I suggest that you pick up a Bible and read about King Solomon yourself. You may learn a thing or two.
Thank you . Bible is really awesome .
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'think and grow rich' by Napoleon hill. he studied the secret of a millionaire mind

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My favorite book is Metamorphosis by Frenze Kafka.

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I love "The Miracle of New Avatar Power" by Geof Gray Cobb. It one of the most powerful and effective books of magick that I have enountered and one that has had quite life changing effects.
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The Magic Of Thinking Big is my all time favorite. There are so many important components to success that we have absolute control over that is found in our minds. We do not allow us to get beyond our current lot in life because we don't understand the power we already possess.
I find that so much is possible, but how we think limits us, NOT our station in life or events. This book delivers the information in such a way that it just sinks in

POWERFUL BOOK.

Honorable mention to Think and Grow Rich, another incredible mindset book. Having a desire for money is an undeniable requirement that many paint with a bad rep, it doesn't mean you are a greedy, money monger. But desire to obtain money is critical.

The Compound Effect, also good. Reminds us of how important the cumulative effect of small actions is critical to the big long term picture.

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The Holy Quran. The best book of them all. Besides this one I also like detective books like Sherlock holmes.

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Millionaire Fastlane by MjDeMarco, the book that changed my life.

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My favorite book is "Free As A Running Fox" by T.D Calnan. It is sort of an inspirational book. It is the story of a WWII prisoner of war who escapes across the German countryside and makes his way back to England. The reason I love it so much is he shows superhuman perseverance to make his escape reality.

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I had some unknown person send me this one in the mail. It was a really great book.

"Life's Golden Ticket" by Brendon Burchard

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My favorite book is Oxford English Dictionary. I love learning new words.
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My favorite book is Oxford English Dictionary. I love learning new words.
Same here, I made it a goal to read an updated college dictionary to learn new words to use for writing

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There are three books that influenced my life and changed my thought process. The first one is Time Management, i dont know who is the author. The second one is The Secret by Ronda Byrne. The last one is Zen Manifesto by Osho.
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I'll be the millionth person to chime in and say "Think and Grow Rich". I also loved "The Alchemist" and "Way of the Peaceful Warrior". The last book was key in beginning my personal growth journey which began 12 years ago and has taken me on an amazing ride!
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My favorite book is Oxford English Dictionary. I love learning new words.
really a awesome book and really helpful
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My favorite book is Norton Anthology.
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Read this small little book last night.As a Man Thinketh.Great book too.

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My favorite book is Encyclopedia of all kinds.

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This is One of my favorites and I even have a PDF I'm just sharing with whoever wants a copy.

This book has been around a long time and continues to inspire and change lives.

Think & Grow Rich by Napolean Hill

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This is One of my favorites and I even have a PDF I'm just sharing with whoever wants a copy.

This book has been around a long time and continues to inspire and change lives.

Think & Grow Rich by Napolean Hill

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Unlimited power really awesome book .
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Crush It by Gary Vainerchuk

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Alchemist by Paulo Coelho. I like his books actually, most of it I have read it. The Zahir, Eleven Minutes, and a lot more
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Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

One Minute Millionaire by Mark Victor Hansen and Robert Allen
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1) - The Grapes of Wrath - John Steinbeck
2) - Crime & Punishment - Fyodor Dostoevsky
3) - Atlas Shrugged - Ayn Rand
3) - The World According to Garp - John Irving
5) - The Hotel New Hampshire - John Irving
6) - The Cider House Rules - John Irving
7) - A prayer for Owen Meany - John Irving
8) - Trying to Save Piggy Sneed - John Irving
9) - A Son of the Circus - John Irving *****
10) - How to Master the Art of Selling - Tom Hopkins 25 cents at a thrift store/changed my life
11) - Faust - Johan Wolfgang Von Goethe - Has influenced me more than the bible, Bantam Classic Edition - Translator - Peter Salm ( Exceptional Translation of this Work)
12) - Robinson Crusoe - Daniel Defoe
13) - The Heart is a Lonely Hunter - Carson McCullers
14) - To Kill A Mockingbird - Harper Lee
15) - The Sun Also Rises Hemingway - Ernest Hemingway
16) - The Old Man in the Sea - Ernest Hemingway
17) - Cannery Row - John Steinbeck
18) - How to Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie
19) - Life - Keith Richards
20) - Steve Jobs - Isaac Walterson
21) - Googled - Ken Aueletta

Okay, I couldn't come up with one favorite and the list of books, whether fiction, inspirational, business or research is much, much longer than this but this is what I can recall from the top of my head and these are ones that really mattered to me, Like I said there are more, I've actually gotten around to starting Moby Dick (exceptional work), haven't finished it yet so it doesn't make the list. Every book in my list of 21 I read every word or read it twice. And just for honorary mention I forgot to include another one I have completely read that was just a joy to read especially when I just didn't see that good a book coming, much better than I anticipated:

Gone With The Wind - by - Margaret Mitchell

I grew up in the south and always thought the whole "Theatre Soap Opera" around everything 'Gone With The Wind' was just that, a soap opera. But I did read 'The Outsiders' by S.E. Hinton when I was a kid and I always liked that the character 'Pony Boy' was really into reading and in the novel he reads 'Gone With The Wind'. Well sometime in my early 20s I was looking for another book to read and thought about the connection from the SE Hinton book so I got a copy of 'Gone with the Wind'.
Hands down one of the best books I have ever read. I can see why the book caused such a fervor back in the 30s. It was an instant hit in book form and when the movie was made the actors, movie people, everyone thought it was going to be a flop and it was this monstrous hit. It's the one movie/book combo which honestly compliment one another and they were created by two completely different parties. Margaret Mitchell wrote her book and then Hollywood made it a movie, and they got it right on that one, But the real catalyst and hero of all of it is Margaret Mitchell's storytelling. And yes it is the coming of age story of a spoiled insensitive little bitch masquerading as a southern belle, named Scarlett O'Hara but by the end of the book you're rooting for Scarlett. She grows up and matures but still rooted somewhat in her illusions of Rhett their lost child and the war torn southern region that is the backdrop of this story and the overall plot to the book is the Civil War they've endured. Just an exceptionally well written book, that's the real surprise about this one.

Okay, I know I went a little nutso about the books. I'm guilty, I love books. I'm defenseless and I have no excuse.......I know I should be working but I am NOT sorry.
No eReaders for me....yeah they're cool, they scroll, they flip pages but they don't FEEL like a book.
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Wow, I forgot I already posted in this thread! Anyway, enjoy my list. Each one of those books are worth the time to read!

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I love to read "Who Moved my cheese" by Spencer Johnson, all Stephen covey's book, "Unlimited Power" by Tony Robbins & Quantum Ikhlas by Ebe Sentanu
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I Had It All The Time - Alan Cohen
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The famous "Think and Grow Rich" and "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" are nice books, but the greatest I've ever read are Zig Ziglar's "See You at The Top" and "Steps to The Top".

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I really enjoy Tim Ferriss' writing.

He is the author of 3 books:

The 4-Hour Workweek
The 4-Hour Body
The 4-Hour Chef

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I have read the first 2 and will read the last one soon.

I like how you can skim through the books and pick out certain things that interest you.

Very entertaining to read and filled with small tips and tricks that deliver BIG results.

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Or you can also mention about any other book which created a change in you life or changed your way of thinking
there is very good russian book called crime and punishment its a master piece in Russian literature.

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