Good book for mind warriors.

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Tim Ferris: TRIBE OF MENTORS.

Dozens of successful people share some of their thoughts. Worth your time.

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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
    Originally Posted by GordonJ View Post

    Tim Ferris: TRIBE OF MENTORS.

    Dozens of successful people share some of their thoughts. Worth your time.

    GordonJ
    Hey thanks GordonJ. : ) I'll have a look at it.
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    Read some of the reviews on Amazon and it seems solid. I think I'll check it out by checking it out at the public library. Another good book would be this one listed below:

    http://www.ergen.gr/files/Techniques...e_Thinking.pdf


    It lists all sorts of creative thinking techniques for people who need it. Very helpful. I found it by chance.
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    there is also 12 rules for life an antidote for chaos..from jordan peterson ..

    I listen to the lectures online..have also listened to many interviews with tim ferris on youtube ..his work is great to follow ..and the recent shift in his life and personality ..
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    An excellent recommendation. Don't let it's very large size throw you. The chapters are very bite-size and the book is readable, entertaining and insightful.

    Bring your highlighter.


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  • Have books boosted your bottom line?
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    • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
      Originally Posted by Just Curious 66 View Post

      Have books boosted your bottom line?
      Books can inform, motivate, inspire, or give ideas. Any of these could effect your bottom line, depending on your use and application of the contents of the books.

      Some, like Don Trump, don't read books.

      Most of us read, and business people like to stay up with the latest.

      So, have YOU applied anything which you have read from a book?

      I have, and yes, it did add to the bottom line.

      Also, they are useful as paper weights after reading, or door stops.

      GordonJ
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