What Are You Reading At The Moment?

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I'm learning something on every page of “The Road Less Travelled” (by M. Scott Peck).

The Road Less Travelled: A New Psychology of...The Road Less Travelled: A New Psychology of...

After I've finished, I may read it again, however this time makes notes and I'll share them here. : )
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    Wow The Road Less Travelled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth I think it is great peace of art....
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    • Profile picture of the author opportunist86
      Originally Posted by soldoni View Post

      Wow The Road Less Travelled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth I think it is great peace of art....
      What this book is actually about?
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    I find myself splitting time between an HTML book and the 4th Harry Potter.
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      Originally Posted by Joseph Robinson View Post

      I find myself splitting time between an HTML book and the 4th Harry Potter.
      Really? You read Harry Potter? Me too but I finished the whole series a few years back.
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    By melding love, science and religion into a primer on personal growth, M. Scott Peck launched his highly successful writing and lecturing career with this book. Even today, Peck remains at the forefront of spiritual psychology, traveled as a result of The Road Less. In the era of I'm OK, You're OK, Peck was courageous enough to "beat the life is difficult" and personal development is a "complex, difficult and lifelong task." Share His willingness to expose his own life story and the intimate stories of his anonymous therapy clients creates a compelling and heartfelt narrative.
    Summary: The roadless Traveled Rating: 5
    This is the best book I've ever read. It explains most of the causes of most mental disorders and the way they should be treated. Explains real cases and their results.
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    I have just read some history on church fathers like Augustine Thomas Aquinas etc
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    At the moment I am reading this thread. LOL
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    • Profile picture of the author Repins
      Originally Posted by laurencewins View Post

      At the moment I am reading this thread. LOL
      There's always one, :rolleyes: hahaha but yes it is true!


      At the moment I've picked up The 5 Love Languages by Gary D. Chapman
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      • Profile picture of the author TopicSpan
        Originally Posted by Repins View Post

        There's always one, :rolleyes: hahaha but yes it is true!


        At the moment I've picked up The 5 Love Languages by Gary D. Chapman
        That is SUCH a good book - highly recommended!
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      Originally Posted by laurencewins View Post

      At the moment I am reading this thread. LOL
      Beat me to it.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
        Considering it's my thread, that's good. You're probably reading this too. : )
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    The Art of War from Sun Tzu
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Solomon
    First off, great question. It's one of the best intellectual questions you can ask someone. Intellectualism is where intelligence meets curiosity.

    I'm always reading many things concurrently. Right now I'm reading:

    I - Reality and Subjectivity by David Hawkins, the third of his trilogy that starts with Power vs. Force, which I highly recommend as a primer before I.

    Tryptamine Palace by James Oroc

    The Secret Teachings of All Ages by Manly P. Hall

    The Law of Nations by Emmerich de Vattel

    And everything I can find from any and all cultures related to the many cycles of differing lengths and types that reset December 21, 2012.
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    nice share buddy
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    at the moment im reading your 4 years old post
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    World Changers- 25 Entrepreneurs who changed business as we know it by John A Byrne

    It contains a lot of life-proof business lessons.
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      I'm reading packaging newsletters. More on strapping machines and pallet wrappers and their different uses depending on the product being packaged.
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        'Parallel Worlds' by Michio Kaku - it's basically about what the boys in' the big bang theory' do haha - 'string theory' and 'M theory' etc, it's a bit dense if you're not a scientist but I'm getting through it bit by bit!
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          Currently, I'm reading Babylon Rising by Tim LaHaye and Greg Dinallo.

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    now i'm reading "Alpha-Rules", by Carlos Xuma.
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    The Magic of Thinking Big - David J. Schwartz. I read mostly non-fiction.
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    • Profile picture of the author SMSWriter
      I'm reading the Adweek Copywriting Handbook by Joe Sugarman and Psycho-Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz.

      I wish that I read these books 10 years ago! They would have spared me a lot of grief!

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    I believe one should be immersed in at least two books, one fiction and one non-fiction.

    I'm currently reading The Wise Man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss and Excuses Begone by Wayne W. Dyer.

    I highly recommend audio books, as they let you read on the run.
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    I used to read lot of novels before, but i do not have time to do it though i am reading a single robin cook's book for the past 2 months. How shameful, because i will finish his book in a day or 2 the max.
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    Currently The Richest Man in Babylon- for the tenth time! It never ceases to inspire me and I have arranged my finances according to its principles.
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      Originally Posted by luckystepho View Post

      Currently The Richest Man in Babylon- for the tenth time! It never ceases to inspire me and I have arranged my finances according to its principles.
      I will read this book very soon, I'm a big fan of the classics/bestsellers. I'm currently reading The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey.

      It's about the Character Ethic as opposed to Napoleon Hill and Dale Carnegie's teachings of the Personality Ethic. Compelling to say the least
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    I mostly just read blogs, forums, articles, and news items. I just finished up this thread.
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    I'm currently reading Rhonda Byrne's "The Power". Well in her new book Rhonda will share this powerful knowledge with us about the Great Power which unites everything and everyone together, the Power that creates and nourishes the Life.
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    New book started today: "The Promise" It's all about Obama's first year in the White House. It's a very interesting and enlightening read.
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    The Wind Through the Keyhole: A Dark Tower Novel
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    its really nice to know some books that i haven't yet read..
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    I mostly just read on my social network message.
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  • Profile picture of the author Viramara
    Already finishing "why men love b*tches" by Sherry Argov

    Now on to "The Sedona Method" -- it cures my 3-week depression in 4 minutes flat! I have to read it again.
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    The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari..... very nice and easy read!
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  • Profile picture of the author David Neale
    Currently "How To Pitch Anything". Ed Dale believes this my be the best book in it's genre of the decade.


    About "The Road Less Traveled". A life changing book for me for sure. Main take-away: "forever romantic love is a myth". It will always fade for every couple eventually. If your relationship has not evolved into a genuine love... bye bye relationship (or marriage).
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    Girls Like Us
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    Just finished reading magazine (The Travel Guide Magazine). I am planning to have a trip somewhere in Asia.
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    I'm handling a team right now so I need to motivate my team most of the times. That's why I'm ready "Motivate To Win" by Richard Denny.
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    The Science Of Mind by Ernest Holmes
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      Yesterday was Kenneth Grahame's book The wind in the Willows, today I started with HTML, XHTML&CSS by Elizabeth Castro
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        Please make a post in the Web design forum if this turns out to be a good book.

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        Yesterday was Kenneth Grahame's book The wind in the Willows, today I started with HTML, XHTML&CSS by Elizabeth Castro
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    Myself reading "Rich Dad Poor Dad" by Robert and "The Mind Power for Children" by John Kehoe. Both are great reads, of course the second one is for my 3 year old daughter!
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    Not really reading anything atm, looking for the next worthy read!
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    • Profile picture of the author Karen Blundell
      I just finished reading Chronic Marketer by our very own Warrior, Brad Gosse.
      If you haven't read it yet, I highly recommend it. It's got some great reviews on Amazon and I left a review on Barnes&Noble.

      Warning: keep an open mind as some small parts may be offensive to some readers, which would be a shame because the lessons in the book, especially those to do with an entrepreneur's mindset, are priceless.
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        The 4-Hour Workweek... for the very fourth time. For lifestyle design and working smarter, not harder you just can't beat it.

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        I'll check out the Road Less Traveled.

        Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

        I'm learning something on every page of "The Road Less Travelled" (by M. Scott Peck).

        The Road Less Travelled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth Classic Edition: Amazon.co.uk: M. Scott Peck: Books


        After I've finished, I may read it again, however this time makes notes and I'll share them here. : )
        Originally Posted by soldoni View Post

        Wow The Road Less Travelled: A New Psychology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth I think it is great peace of art....
        Originally Posted by online games View Post

        By melding love, science and religion into a primer on personal growth, M. Scott Peck launched his highly successful writing and lecturing career with this book. Even today, Peck remains at the forefront of spiritual psychology, traveled as a result of The Road Less. In the era of I'm OK, You're OK, Peck was courageous enough to "beat the life is difficult" and personal development is a "complex, difficult and lifelong task." Share His willingness to expose his own life story and the intimate stories of his anonymous therapy clients creates a compelling and heartfelt narrative.
        Summary: The roadless Traveled Rating: 5
        This is the best book I've ever read. It explains most of the causes of most mental disorders and the way they should be treated. Explains real cases and their results.


        The Richest Man in Babylon is one of the best books ever about personal finance. Brief and told in an engaging collection of short stories.

        Originally Posted by luckystepho View Post

        Currently The Richest Man in Babylon- for the tenth time! It never ceases to inspire me and I have arranged my finances according to its principles.

        Viramara, was "bitches" any good?

        Originally Posted by Viramara View Post

        Already finishing "why men love b*tches" by Sherry Argov

        Now on to "The Sedona Method" -- it cures my 3-week depression in 4 minutes flat! I have to read it again.
        Joe Mobley
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    I just picked up "Are You Smart Enough to Work at Google?" today. Should be an interesting read.

    Wish I could link to it but I just signed up for the forms today
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    I alternate between fiction and non-fiction.

    Currently, I am reading Chronic City by Jonathan Lethem.

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    countdown supermarket brochure

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    lion red, waikato draught, speights, $18.99

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    I am reading Moonwalking With Einstein by Joshua Foer
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    These days I am in holiday and I started reading a great book: 'The Alchemist' by Paulo Coelho. A friend of mine told me last year that it is a great book and now I made time for it. I hope that it will be as good as my friend tonld me it will be. (she also told me to read between the lines as there are many secret massages and only few can notice - what do you think?)
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      Originally Posted by DemiWallis View Post

      These days I am in holiday and I started reading a great book: 'The Alchemist' by Paulo Coelho. A friend of mine told me last year that it is a great book and now I made time for it. I hope that it will be as good as my friend tonld me it will be. (she also told me to read between the lines as there are many secret massages and only few can notice - what do you think?)
      I absolutely love that book! I first read The Alchemist after hearing Will Smith, and American actor, recommend it. It's incredible, and I'm almost certain you'll enjoy it . That's a good friend to have
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    • I am reading a mind crusher entitled "The Open Secret" by Tony Parsons.
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    I just bought the recently released book The Rebel Entrepreneur. I think that it is good so far.
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    I'm reading How I Sold 1 Million eBooks in 5 Months by John Locke. He has an interesting take on finding the right audience and how to utilize twitter to market to it.
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    Just finished - Dying to Be Me by Anita Moorjani (awesome read about an amazing true healing from cancer)

    Just started - Spiritual Solutions by Deepak Choopra
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    "Wake Up and change your life" by Duncan Bannatyne
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    • Profile picture of the author Walter Parrish
      Many Warriors kept mentioning The Millionaire Fastlane so I had to grab it. So, now since I'm gearing up to go live with a few sites and marketing. I'm reading the following:

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      The Ultimate Power by Jack Greenwood
      The Million Dollar Secret Hidden in Your Mind by Norvell
      The Complete Idiot's Guide To Yoga Illustrated

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    Jodi Picoult, usually can't go wrong with her books.
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    I have just finished REWORK by Jason Fried & David Heinemeier.
    I do not know what book will be next: The Millionaire Fastlane or The Tipping point. Which you recommend?
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      Fiction: I just finished The Fourth K by Mario Puzo, a very entertaining tale in the political thriller genre.

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    Ok - we had a quick poll round the office. Not everyone replied to my email, but this is what we're all reading here:

    Mockingjay - Suzanne Collins
    Living Rich by Spending Smart: How to Get More of What You Really Want - Gregory Karp
    Wool Omnibus Edition - Hugh Howey
    WIRED - Douglas E. Richards
    Mission to Paris - Alan Furst

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    Working Successfully with Screwed-Up People - Elizabeth B. Brown
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    I'm not reading any book at this moment. Just daily Newspaper and a whole lot of info available in WFs and on the Internet.
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  • Profile picture of the author paulpadurariu
    I just finished "The richest man in the BabylonThe richest man in the Babylon " - this is a very in depth book which will learn you about how to get rich with what you already have and it does it with wonderfull stories of succes from the Babylonian age.
    And now I`m starting the millionaire fastlane the millionaire fastlane . - who read this one?
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      Mastery by Robert Green

      Awesome book. To sum it up: just enjoy the process of mastering a task. It's slow and it can suck. It takes a long time to see ANY improvements and the most of the time you won't see them. Enjoy the process without noticing any improvements and they will come faster.

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    Monk who sold his Ferrari.
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