THE HOLY BOOK OF UNIVERSAL TRUTHS,
K. U. P.
(Kimball's Unauthorized Perversion)
Why is reading the right books important? Because your philosophy determines your attitude. Your attitude determines your actions. Your actions determine your results. Your results determine your lifestyle.
What does this mean?
Philosophy = how you think.
Attitude = how you feel.
Actions = what you do.
Results = what you get.
Lifestyle = how you live.
Every day we are subject to negative influences that hold us back. Sometimes they are unavoidable, like the pessimists you work with. Other times we choose to expose ourselves to these influences, through our choice of entertainment: TV shows, movies, music, reading materials, maybe even sports. All these shape your philosophy, hence the pattern described above. If you are ever going to amount to anything, you need positive influences to offset the negative ones. The more often you expose yourself to positive influences, the better; you must become more to earn more. Typically a book is the most convenient way to get your daily positive dose. They aren't a burden to carry around, unless you're hauling a bunch of them, they don't require high-tech equipment to operate, and you don't even need electricity to read one on a sunny day.
As with the other pages in this chapter, this is an ongoing project, that I will be updating frequently; donít expect it to be finished soon.
Clason, George S., The Richest Man In Babylon, New York, Penguin Books USA Inc., 1988.
Conwell, Russell H., Acres Of Diamonds, Lake Wylie, SC, The Robert E. and Betty P. Hopper Foundation, copyright unknown (1915?).
Fenton, Richard, and Waltz, Andrea, Go For No!, Pompano Beach, FL, Courage Crafters, 2010.
Giblin, Les, How To Have Confidence And Power In Dealing With People, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall Inc., 1956.
Giblin, Les, Skill With People, self-published, ISBN 0-9616416-0-6, 1968.
Hill, Napoleon, Grow Rich With Peace Of Mind, Greenwich, CT, Fawcett Crest Books, 1967.
Hill, Napoleon, Think And Grow Rich, New York, Ballantine Books, 1937 (1960 edition used).
Kiyosaki, Robert, The Business of the 21st Century, Lake Dallas, TX, Dream Builders, 2010.
Kiyosaki, Robert, Rich Dad, Poor Dad, New York, Warner Books, Inc., 1997.
Roberts, Wess, Leadership Secrets Of Attila The Hun, New York, Warner Books, Inc., 1985.
Yager, Dexter, Don't Let Anybody Steal Your Dream, Orlando, FL, Bridges-Logos Publishers, 1978 (1993 edition used).
Yager, Dexter, and Ball, Ron, A Millionaire's Common Sense Approach to Wealth, Charlotte, NC, Internet Services Corporation, 1989 (1991 edition used).
Yager, Dexter, and Wead, Doug, Millionaire Mentality, Charlotte, NC, Internet Services Corporation, 1983 (1995 edition used).
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