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PostPosted: Tue Mar 18, 2014 11:02 pm 
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I recommend:

Think And Grow Rich

Rich Dad, Poor Dad

The 4 Hour Work Week

Magic of Believing Big


I to am A business man and these are the books I started with, when I started business! I have also read them 2-3x each!

The first three are actually all the books I was going to recommend, been all through this thread and hadn't seen either Rich Dad, Poor Dad or The Four Hour Work Week until now.


Mate I'm going to double name a lot of books already on this thread:
The Four Hour Workweek (the concept of the 'New Rich' genuinely changed my entire perception on money and success)
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson (I got this, saw it was 600+ pages and put it down, when I got bored one day I decided to read the chapter on what Steve was doing when he was 19. Read those 20 pages and got hooked read the full thing in 3 days in like 4 straight sessions I loved it that much)
The Monk who Sold his Ferrari, just broadens your mind a little bit.
Awaken the Giant by Anthony Robbins.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 29, 2014 11:50 am 
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48 laws of power


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 31, 2014 1:04 pm 
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hey guys

I'm still 17 and I am pretty ambitious. However, I want to be a billionaire like Bill Gates and I won't stop at nothing to achieve that.

Any books out there that could help me with this?
The Art of War for Executives by Donald G. Krause. If you can wrap your mind around that it will change your life. Worked at Jewel as a bagger (8.25/hr), read that book, started a moving company(27/hr) sold it after 2 years. Became a trucker and bought a few semi trucks (around 100+/hr) and now I buy and sell wholesale. (I offer a 1% monthly return for 12 months to investors and I make WAY more than that). Rich dad poor dad I hear is good too.


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 16, 2014 8:31 am 
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hey guys

I'm still 17 and I am pretty ambitious. However, I want to be a billionaire like Bill Gates and I won't stop at nothing to achieve that.

Any books out there that could help me with this?


The secret to being a billionaire is realizing that money is not everything. Do you want to have a lot of money that you do not know what to do with it? Think greater than a money can handle. When Bill Gates released his invention, the world was amazed that it started paying him. The thing was that Bill Gates didn't go for the money, but how in the world did he get to be the world's richest man? Luck? No, it's not luck. Luck is an excuse for not having to explain things. Bill Gates got to be the world's richest man because he took every opportunity he got. I'm not saying that you have to get every opportunity and be perfect because you're going to make mistakes. Bill gates dropped out of college. He fucked up. However, take it as an opportunity to learn things. After Bill Gates dropped out, he created a software that changed the world and got the world's fattest wallet.
I might not be perfect in everything I say, but, I dare you, tell me anything wrong with what I said.

Seize the opportunity of today. Because today is the tomorrow you dreamt about yesterday.


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PostPosted: Wed May 21, 2014 1:13 am 
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Save all of your money, and then when you're very old just give it all away. :idea:


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