Beliefs

Inspiration: Your Ultimate Calling

I’m still not the biggest fan of Wayne Dyer. After reading a few of his books, he hasn’t convinced me. Don’t get me wrong, his message does carry some weight to it, but I’m just not a fan. The movie that he came out with Ambition To Meaning was great. That movie has definitely made a home for itself with me, but his books aren’t a work of art to my eyes. As most of...

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The things I’ve learned from “Sales.”

Sales is one of the most interesting area that I’ve been involved in. There are so many different facets of sales that intrigue me that are not within the scope of this post. I’ve come to work in sales for the past couple of months and have gotten so much out of it. I understand people so much better now. I understand what gets motivates people. For instance, today, a customer was...

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1 of the 50 Success Classics: Psycho Cybernetics (2000)

Psycho cybernetics is an amazing book. The book is about having a good self-image. I think introspection is the mother of self-improvement. I first read an old hardcover edition that I got through the FIU interlibrary program called ILLiad. I’ve heard from a few people that it was a good book to read. So, I at the time, I had finally got my hands on an old/original version, and so I was kind of...

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How Successful People Think

I don’t like bombarding myself with useless information. Since there’s an endless amount of information in the world, I have to discern which piece of material is worth my time and which piece isn’t. The book How Successful People Think by John C Maxwell seemed like a book that I shouldn’t read, but because of the title and the size of the book, I decided to check it out...

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Points from ‘Think and Grow Rich’

As you all know, this won’t be a review but a collection of intriguing ideas from the book Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. This is by far one of the best books ever written, and one of the best books on becoming rich, or acquire that which you desire. The book starts off with a word by the author. He talks about the Carnegie (Andrew Carnegie) secret. The secret is a collection of...

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