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Think And Grow Rich Book Summary Review

  Think And Grow Rich Book Summary Review No matter which tracks you choose to follow, in order to get rich: becoming a trader, a value investor, a real estate pro, a chief executive, or perhaps an entrepreneur, you must have the correct mindset. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. Due to the law of averages, some people may be able to acquire riches without following the advice, but hoping that life will give you such a break, instead of taking responsibility for your own actions and thoughts, is a plan that is flawed, at best.  I nstead, let us now examine how you can optimize your chances of gathering a great fortune. "If you do not conquer self, you will be conquered by self" Takeaway number 1: It is what you think that matters "Truly, thoughts are things, and powerful things at that when they are mixed with definiteness of purpose, persistence, and a burning desire for that translation into riches. " This is the main idea of Think and Grow Rich. You can even

Ikigai book review

  Ikigai book review Ikigai the Japanese secret to a long and happy life this book is super special to me because it's completely different from any other self-help book  How beautiful the cover of this book is it has to be hands down one of my favorite book covers ever I love the soothing blue color and the beautiful artwork of the Japanese cherry blossom  So ikigai was co-authored by Hector Garcia and Francis miral these two met for the first time at a bar in Tokyo and that is where the book was conceptualized  They went on to travel to Okinawa and regime in particular and interacted with a lot of centenarians and supercentenarians that is people who lived beyond  At the age of 100 and they've documented all of these interactions and researched quite a bit on various western schools of psychology Viktor frankl's logotherapy  So on and that's how they came up with this book coming to the premise of the book ikigai is a Japanese concept that refers to the purpose or the

Rich dad poor dad book review

Rich dad poor dad book review  Rich dad poor dad by Robert Kiyosaki, what's inside the book rich dad poor dad the chapters dedicated are  The rich don't work for money, why to teach financial literacy mind your own business,  history of taxes and corporations, the rich invent money work to learn, don't work for money overcoming obstacles, getting started and lastly want more here's some to do's  Here's what I didn't like about rich dead port towards the end it seemed more like fluff work than it was really helpful advice it's got a lot of pep talk writing  In the end and while nice for some, I felt that it was a waste for myself it could have been thinner and a sleeker book and it would have been just the same to me additionally  It comes off like people who work at jobs are dumb while I agree that owning a business is efficient it's not to say that working at regular jobs is totally bad additionally  It might be the only way for some people to get m

Skia an Indestructible Lie by Arindam Bandyopadhyay Book Review

  Skia an Indestructible Lie by Arindam Bandyopadhyay Book Review Skia an indestructible Lie by Arinda Bandyopadhyay so let's get into the video so this is a story about two people Avinash and Alik  So both these guys are not connected to each other in any way except for the fact that they both live in Mumbai and they are both struggling in their respective lives both of their love lives are not going good  Both of their careers are not really taking off properly so Alik wanted to go into movies  He wanted to become a director and Avinash wanted to become an author however both these people are not able to live their dreams they have to make do with what they are able to get  So Alik is a journalist and Avinash has got a job as an editor in a startup in a new company on the face of it this story seems simple enough  But it is actually quite a complex story it's a story about Avinash discovering the power of his mind what one's mind can achieve and what catastrophe trophies

The Witch's Heart by Genevieve Gornichec book review

  The Witch's Heart by Genevieve Gornichec book review The witch's heart by genevieve gornicek this book was our bibliothecary read along buddy read for this quarter so once a season once a quarter  We all buddy read a book together on discord all of the bibliothecary community and starting this quarter with this book we are also going to be doing a live show kind of like book club discussing  The book for anyone that wants to join in live instead of as they read or both so if you're interested in having like a smaller book club like that to participate in that's  That's following her main character of angkor boda and she is known in mythology as the mother of monsters  She was loki's giant test wife and in norse mythology giants aren't actually giants in stature they're just like another type of people  but her and loki had three children hale who's like sort of goddess of the dead is like a goddess of the underworld fenrir the giant wolf and the na

The Dragon Republic by R. F. Kuang book pdf

  The Dragon Republic by R. F. Kuang book pdf The Dragon Republic by R. F. Kuang as I mentioned this video will have spoilers in it so if you haven't read  This book go and check out my spoiler-free review which is linked on the screen so I don't have like a ton to talk about with this because I feel less gushy I mean I still really like this  But like there's just like a few things i want to talk through and then like wrap up when i eventually read the burning god hopefully probably not this month  So from the get-go a little frustrated with her in the way that i'm frustrated with like any sort of drug addiction not frustrated with a person frustrated with drug addiction and kind of being like rin stop  It like you are not helping yourself um that was just like a like a boo feeling and then seeing her repeat mistakes over and over what i do like about what the series does is that it's like made very obvious that rin likes sort of being told what to do in a structur

You Are A Star by A.R. Dara book Review

  You Are A Star by A.R. Dara book Review  You Are A Star by A.R. Dara  is a story that is taking place in the Bombay in the 1990s as I told you the story in this book revolves around Bollywood be it about the biggies of the Bollywood or be the corporate companies wanting to enter Bollywood to make movies be it struggling actors directors and writers  So Mr. Bajaj and Mr. Khurana are two big names in Bollywood Mr. Bajaj is kind of like the ruler of Bollywood and he doesn't let any corporate companies enter Bollywood to make movies  He is very nepotistic like that and that's why he also has connections with the underworld so that he can rule with an iron fist then there is Mr. Khurana who is the head of a production house that wants corporate companies to enter Bollywood  We come across a wide range of characters in this particular story we come across a man named Oscar who wants to become a director  But he works as a sweeper in a film studio and he's waiting for the right

Caravan by Adam De Collibus Book Review in English

Caravan by Adam De Collibus book review in English Caravan by Adam de colobusm,  it's a beautiful beautiful novel, not just the cover you can take a look at it quite minimalistic yet appealing and exciting  The cover reads a bewitching tale of one man's struggle to find his place in the world by Paragon Journal and this book is quite literally that in exactly those words  S o let's begin caravan is a story of William Abney who is a word journalist he has just returned from World War one and is struggling to find his place in London  He does not have a job and when he gets offered a role with London does a newspaper he can not be more excited to accept it the book actually begins with you  You know the day 1 of his interview when William Abney is is commuting from his place of stay to the London Dove office where he meets Reginald the owner of this newspaper  Now this particular character Reginald seems a little bit of a fellow who you would not trust from his looks you know