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If you could pick one book that changed your life which would it be? Share your story!
  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Fifty Shades of Grey !

    It caused me to take a step back and really explore the deepest, darkest, and quite frankly seediest desires of my heart which I have been suppressing since my youth.

    It really has given me a free pass to really indulge in the erotic and the taboo in a delightfully impulsive way but also in a very measured and calculated manner with my wife at the helm of the big ship.
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    • Profile picture of the author MikeTucker
      Originally Posted by discrat View Post

      Fifty Shades of Grey !
      I couldn't force myself to read it, but I did listen to it
      "the way it was meant to be heard",



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      • Profile picture of the author HeySal
        Originally Posted by MikeTucker View Post

        I couldn't force myself to read it, but I did listen to it
        "the way it was meant to be heard",

        Gilbert Gottfried Reads Fifty Shades of Grey - YouTube


        Disclaimer: I am not responsible for your broken ribs.
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        • Profile picture of the author MikeTucker
          Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

          Ohhhhhhh Fu...............................

          New book on it's way people -- How to permanently UNHEAR.
          I was wondering if anyone had clicked on that video, LOL

          Oh come on now, tell me that was not one of the funniest
          things you've ever heard?

          And the looks on the faces of the women listening to it... PRICELESS.
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          Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

          Ohhhhhhh Fu...............................

          New book on it's way people -- How to permanently UNHEAR.
          HURRRRRRYYYYYYYYYY!!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    Animal Farm - 1984 ~ George Orwell.

    For me it was an Author, not a book.

    I read both in high school - the same year I found out that the FED was actually "bank".
    A year later I went to Germany where a doctor I saw told me something that saved my life - twice over the years. One being that my meds were an experimental drug they knew was keeping me sick. I watched US politics from across the pond for about a year and a half - then a few years later when I started college, I read 1984 again. That was the push that turned me into a pro-level researcher. A I owe every cent I've made writing to George Orwell - I don't write on his topics, but I'd have never had the motivation to get that deep into research without him.
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  • Profile picture of the author barbling
    The Light Bearer by Donna Gillespie. Read it first in 1993, have reread it every year since. You learn something new about yourself every time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rick Rodd
    Tolstoy's War and Peace. I was an aspiring Football Player when I was 16. When it landed on my foot, that ambition was dashed ever since.
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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      Guides to Straight Thinking: With Thirteen Common Fallacies

      No, it isn't a book about being gay. It's a book on thinking rationally, and about how we create arguments that sound reasonable, but are not. I was maybe 18 or 19 when I first read it. It changed the direction of my life.


      How To Master The Art Of Selling

      I was maybe 30 when I read it. It clarified what I was doing in selling, and why it was working. It dramatically changed how I made money selling.
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      • Profile picture of the author Cali16
        Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

        It's a book on thinking rationally
        Claude, perhaps it's time to read that book again....

        I mean, you're dressing your employees in bubble suits and watching TWD from a pillow fort.... Just sayin'
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        • Profile picture of the author AprilCT
          Originally Posted by Cali16 View Post

          Claude, perhaps it's time to read that book again....

          I mean, you're dressing your employees in bubble suits and watching TWD from a pillow fort.... Just sayin'
          Claude has a pillow fort? At least he won't be in trouble if it caves in on him.
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        • Profile picture of the author AprilCT
          Originally Posted by Cali16 View Post

          Claude, perhaps it's time to read that book again....

          I mean, you're dressing your employees in bubble suits and watching TWD from a pillow fort.... Just sayin'
          Claude has a pillow fort? At least he won't be in trouble if it caves in on him.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by DURABLEOILCOM View Post

    If you could pick one book that changed your life which would it be?
    <b>It was (an earlier edition of) this book</b>It was (an earlier edition of) this book .

    Originally Posted by DURABLEOILCOM View Post

    Share your story!
    This is one of those times that I've replied honestly and people will perhaps think my answer's facetious (rather than the other way round, as also occasionally happens ). Mastering (not just reading) the book above brought about the situation that I was - for the first time in my life - able to earn any real money of my own (even though I was "too young" at the time, by some people's standards, to be doing so. My own parents, fortunately, didn't have that view).

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    • Profile picture of the author Joe Mobley
      I take it that you can kick our butts at "The GameThe Game ?"

      Would you still recommend the book?

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      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      This is one of those times that I've replied honestly and people will perhaps think my answer's facetious (rather than the other way round, as also occasionally happens ). Mastering (not just reading) the book above brought about the situation that I was - for the first time in my life - able to earn any real money of my own (even though I was "too young" at the time, by some people's standards, to be doing so. My own parents, fortunately, didn't have that view).
      I somewhat suspect that the shadow of your parents is reflected in your life... A complement to both you and them.

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      • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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        Originally Posted by Joe Mobley View Post

        Would you still recommend the book?
        Yes, absolutely.

        It's a kind of "immortal classic". It's the one that most international players, professionals, regular tournament winners, and so on, will almost all unhesitatingly recommend whenever they're asked (which they are, all the time!).

        There are also several other really good books on different aspects of the game, I must say. And some of the "teaching through puzzles" books are also pretty good, for people (like me, I suspect) who do well learning that way. Bill Robertie and Barclay Cooke - both former, top, international-level players - are also very solid and reliable.

        (It's interesting how the recent advent of high-powered positional-analysis software has shown up some earlier "textbooks" to be flawed, too.)

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  • Profile picture of the author FreedomBlogger
    "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" by Robert Kiyosaki

    This is the book that changed my entire life. It changed the way I saw money, the way I thought about money.

    I highly recommend you to read this book, if you have not yet.

    Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author gregdavidson727
    The book that taught me how to read. I believe it was the Three Little Pigs. My memory doesn't go back that far.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeTucker
    With some 100+ influential books in my personal canon
    (and over 100,000 in my personal library) it would be nigh
    impossible to choose a single one that has changed my life
    more than any other.

    Except that there is one book that influenced the way that
    I read every other book:

    How to Read a Book - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      Originally Posted by MikeTucker View Post

      With some 100+ influential books in my personal canon
      (and over 100,000 in my personal library) it would be nigh
      impossible to choose a single one that has changed my life
      more than any other.

      Except that there is one book that influenced the way that
      I read every other book:

      How to Read a Book - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
      Do you really have 100,000 books in your personal library? I have 2,000, and it takes up every inch of wall space in a room. Did you mean E-books on your Kindle?
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      • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
        Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

        Do you really have 100,000 books in your personal library? I have 2,000, and it takes up every inch of wall space in a room. Did you mean E-books on your Kindle?
        And that takes a lot of Crayons
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      • Profile picture of the author MikeTucker
        Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

        Do you really have 100,000 books in your personal library? I have 2,000, and it takes up every inch of wall space in a room. Did you mean E-books on your Kindle?
        Nope, I don't have a Kindle, I am too lazy to read electronic books.
        And now the whole forum knows where all my money goes, haha

        I promise, it's worse when you see it in person.
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    How to Be Your Dog's Best Friend - by the Monks of New Skeet.
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    Monty Python's flying circus!
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  • Profile picture of the author Nathan Fortune
    The perfume, by patrick süskind.

    I was in the army and a friend owned it. So we had time to kill and I took it to have a look.

    I read it all, within 3 hours !!!

    I will cherish it as long as I live.
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  • Profile picture of the author bizgrower
    Power of Positive Thinking - Norman Vincent Peale
    All the books by Louis L'amour and Zane Grey.
    Dr. Laura's radio show - when it was on.

    All three about equally. There was not a lot of guidance and such at home
    and these seemed to fill the void.
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    All things Bukowski. He taught me the importance of "not giving a sh**".
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    • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
      Illusions by Richard Bach. Aligns well with my views about spiritual stuff. Also very funny.
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      • Profile picture of the author HeySal
        Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

        Illusions by Richard Bach. Aligns well with my views about spiritual stuff. Also very funny.
        That came very close to top of the line for me, too. Spiritually, it fit me pretty well, too. He's a great author. If you haven't yet, read One, and then Bridge Across Forever........in that order. That series is one I highly recommend everyone to experience.
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        • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
          Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

          That came very close to top of the line for me, too. Spiritually, it fit me pretty well, too. He's a great author. If you haven't yet, read One, and then Bridge Across Forever........in that order. That series is one I highly recommend everyone to experience.
          Read Bridge and One. I liked Bridge. One, I don't remember very well.

          He actually got divorced from Leslie Parrish!

          I have revised my views about soulmates since then too. At least here on Earth, they mostly have a finite time, you can have a soulmate for years, but you can also have one for just for a minute. It is rare to have one for a lifetime.

          Still, even so, one of my favorite films of all time is "That Unbearable Lightness Of Being"
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          • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
            Originally Posted by DURABLEOILCOM View Post

            If you could pick one book that changed your life which would it be? Share your story!
            At first I was going to say I couldn't name one book, but rather, it was the accumulation of pearls of wisdom from dozens and dozens of quotation books that changed my life the most, but then I did think of one book that may have been even more influential to me...

            The dictionary. Not that I've read it from cover to cover, but for as long as I can remember whenever I see a word I don't know, I look it up. Over the years I've expanded my vocabulary immensely. I like to think it's expanded my intelligence as well.

            As Mark Twain wrote, "The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and a lightning bug."

            The "right word" has helped me become a more gooder writer.


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            You can find
            it for free with an easy Youtube search.

            (I was going to post the link, but I'm not sure how the
            new mods would handle it?)
            As long as it's not links to your own videos it's OK. You can also embed them here.
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    E-Myth, I still have it on my top shelf, and highly recommend.

    This book alone took my business from $20 a day, to over $400+ a day.

    I have read it twice, back to back, and always get something different out of it, each time.

    i recommend this for all start ups, or businesses that are struggling. :-) the concepts, ideas, strategies, and implemtations that are given are worth Tens of Thousands of dollars.

    This is the first book, but I beleive there is a 2nd or 3rd editions to the E-MYTH books now. Very good, and very inspiring books. :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Sarevok
    Dr Seuss - Green Eggs And Ham.

    I will not eat them in a train. I will not eat them in the rain.



    (Where's Waldo was also mega elite).

    Goosebumps books were also the bomb.

    (No, not kidding. Early childhood literature for the win).
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  • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
    I merely added what the profound effect actually was. I'll say no more as the Mods decided that it had the potential to cause arguments. Perhaps someone else complained about it, I'm not sure.

    As I said, I can understand why they deleted it.

    Let's move on.
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    Rule Number 2 - See Rule Number 1. Carry on.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeTucker
    Would love to have that discussion-- in another venue.

    FYI Claude, I probably do have around 200+ coloring books.
    I got them after reading that book by Paul... what's his name?...
    Grrr, he was in a sitcom with that pretty blonde girl,
    yeah I know that really narrows it down.

    But anyway, the point was that adults need to color more.
    I don't know how I forgot how fun it is!?

    And now I've forgotten again, it's been years since I've
    just sat down and colored something.

    EDIT: Found the book (no surprise there haha)
    "Couplehood" by Paul Reiser
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    • Profile picture of the author bizgrower
      Originally Posted by MikeTucker View Post

      Would love to have that discussion-- in another venue.

      FYI Claude, I probably do have around 200+ coloring books.
      I got them after reading that book by Paul... what's his name?...
      Grrr, he was in a sitcom with that pretty blonde girl,
      yeah I know that really narrows it down.

      But anyway, the point was that adults need to color more.
      I don't know how I forgot how fun it is!?

      And now I've forgotten again, it's been years since I've
      just sat down and colored something.

      EDIT: Found the book (no surprise there haha)
      "Couplehood" by Paul Reiser
      I guess that because they are in your library, you don't have to color within the lines?
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
    "An Iron Will" (Orison Swett Marden) made a big impact on me. (Available free online as it's in the Public Domain.) I was having a bad day with my illness and it completely lifted my spirits and was exactly what I needed to hear. : ) It was almost "spooky" how much this book resonated with me.

    Here's my favourite quotation from the book:

    Success is not measured by what a man accomplishes, but by the opposition he has encountered, and the courage with which he has maintained the struggle against overwhelming odds. Not the distance we have run, but the obstacles we have overcome, the disadvantages under which we have made the race, will decide prizes.
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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

      "An Iron Will" (Orison Swett Marden) made a big impact on me. (Available free online as it's in the Public Domain.) I was having a bad day with my illness and it completely lifted my spirits and was exactly what I needed to hear. : ) It was almost "spooky" how much this book resonated with me.

      Here's my favourite quotation from the book:
      I know! I bought an original hardback copy on E-Bay. It's a great little book. It was written in 1903 (this is from memory) and reads like Think And Grow Rich. I ended up buying and reading a complete Marden library.

      But when I was reading An Iron Will, chills went up my spine. Very powerful stuff. It was like he was talking directly to me.
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    • Profile picture of the author DURABLEOILCOM
      Originally Posted by Jonathan 2.0 View Post

      "An Iron Will" (Orison Swett Marden) made a big impact on me. (Available free online as it's in the Public Domain.) I was having a bad day with my illness and it completely lifted my spirits and was exactly what I needed to hear. : ) It was almost "spooky" how much this book resonated with me.

      Here's my favourite quotation from the book:
      Very true statement!

      The Four Year Career By Richard Bliss Brooke
      Completely changed my outlook on how to achieve my goals!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author PRS1966
    The Bible, it brings peace if read properly
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  • Profile picture of the author Rod Cortez
    About 20 years ago I was going through a very dark time in my life. I was in a bookstore when I saw a book by Tony Robbins called AWAKEN THE GIANT WITHIN.I stayed up all night reading that book. It took me another day to finish it.

    That book, more than any other, gave me the tools that I needed to make permanent, positive changes in my life.

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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
    1. The Book of Mormon.
    2. Everything I've read written by Denis Waitley as well as John Maxwell.
    3. E-Myth.

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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
    Yep. Amazing little book. : )
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      I have to go way back. My father was killed when I was two and he left a rather large library. My mother didn't appreciate books and sold off much of it but my grandparents saved some special editions for me.

      I was reading children's books myself at age 3 and by 5 I was reading "regular" books. I grew up spending hours reading in a big leather rocking chair comfy enough to sit sideways and put my head on one overstuffed chair arm and let my legs rest on the other.

      Tales of King Arthur's Court, Anne of Green Gables, Wuthering Heights, and...always again and again...Black Beauty, Edgar Allen Poe and John Greenleaf Whittier. Those books are still on my bookshelf. Needless to say I didn't have a great grasp of the real world - but I got along OK anyway

      That began a habit of reading that continues to this day.
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      • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
        Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

        I have to go way back. My father was killed when I was two and he left a rather large library. My mother didn't appreciate books and sold off much of it but my grandparents saved some special editions for me.

        I was reading children's books myself at age 3 and by 5 I was reading "regular" books. I grew up spending hours reading in a big leather rocking chair comfy enough to sit sideways and put my head on one overstuffed chair arm and let my legs rest on the other.

        Tales of King Arthur's Court, Anne of Green Gables, Wuthering Heights, and...always again and again...Black Beauty, Edgar Allen Poe and John Greenleaf Whittier. Those books are still on my bookshelf. Needless to say I didn't have a great grasp of the real world - but I got along OK anyway

        That began a habit of reading that continues to this day.
        My grandmother had a set of Colliers encyclopedias in the attic. When I was a kid, we would visit, and they usually found me in the attic, reading about something.
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  • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
    "One Call Closing" by Claude Whitacre.

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    "YOU'LL CRY" **
    "YOU'LL BE MOTIVATED" ***






    * At the picture of the author on the cover.
    ** When you realise that royalties from this book are keeping the author alive.
    *** To throw it in the nearest trash can..




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    My all time favorite is ponniyin selvan. it's change my life style.
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  • Profile picture of the author DURABLEOILCOM
    Some other very important books that changed my life were Rhonda Byrnes' books

    The Secret

    The Power

    Hero
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  • shiv khera you can win changed my life. that book is very motivating.
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