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THINK AND GROW RICH BY NAPOLEON HILL

THINK AND GROW RICH BY NAPOLEON HILL

When the author was still a boy, Andrew Carnegie shared a secret to him. It was the same secret of 500 wealthy men to achieve their fortune. Napoleon Hill researched for twenty years. He found out that success comes to any profession or career. And that, a man without any education can still become rich. In this book, the reader will know what to do in order to succeed. How to do it and where to begin? Anyone can acquire…

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HIGH PERFORMANCE HABITS : HOW EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE BECOME THAT WAY by BRENDON BURCHARD

HIGH PERFORMANCE HABITS : HOW EXTRAORDINARY PEOPLE BECOME THAT WAY by BRENDON BURCHARD

Do you want to know how CEOs and high level managers maintain their high performance? There is a difference between achievers and high performers. Achievers work hard to reach success. They’ve fought many challenges. They keep on doing more. How can you be a high performer? How can you handle the demands and perks of long-term success? The secret is to learn the high performance habits. Habit 1 Seek Clarity To seek clarity means to always know who you are…

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STEVE JOBS BY WALTER ISSACSON

STEVE JOBS BY WALTER ISSACSON

Walter Isaacson only agreed to write Steve Jobs’ biography when he learned that Jobs was already dying of cancer. The first time the innovator mentioned his biography to the writer, Isaacson had just successfully released his book on Benjamin Franklin and was working on another about Albert Einstein. Isaacson declined saying that it’s too early as Jobs was still on the peak of his career. It was Jobs’ wife Laurene Powell who finally changed Isaacson’s mind and informed him of…

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The 100$ Startup by Chris Guillebeau

The 100$ Startup by Chris Guillebeau

Three important lessons you’re going to learn about in this book: 1.Convergence: This simply means that not everything you’re passionate about is interesting to others, however, see that small overlap between the two circles? That’s your opportunity for a microbusiness. 2. Skill transformation You don’t have to have the exact skill needed to start a certain business, you only have to have a related skill, for example, teachers are good at teaching, but also, they’re good at communication, they can…

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Start with WHY by Simon Sinek

Start with WHY by Simon Sinek

Start with why means start with a purpose. Why does your company exist? Why do you want to be a leader? What is your purpose in life? These are all important questions. You will find out that the multi-million companies succeed because they started with a purpose. They started with why. The subtitle of this book is “How Great Leaders Inspire People to Take Action”. Great leaders do not only refer to politicians. It also refers to the leading companies…

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Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Robert Kiyosaki, the author of this book, had two fathers, a well-educated father who had a Ph.D. yet died broke, he called him poor dad, the other one was not that well-educated but was rich, he called him rich dad, one might wonder, how can someone have two fathers at the same time, that’s a small part of what we’re going to learn when we proceed in this book, Robert started the dream of being rich when he was young,…

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The Lean Start-up by Eric Ries

The Lean Start-up by Eric Ries

When you hear the word “startup”, what comes into your mind? You probably picture a garage where a group of friends develop a new product. It’s a very exciting venture, with a promise of earning big. That is how most dot com companies in Silicon Valley started. In fact, as you probably know, that is how Apple started. But did you know that there can be a startup even within an established company? You will learn that and a lot…

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