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A story about "The Art of Profitability" — 8 years ago

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My Kung Fu is greater! Actually its not, and this is another great audio book listen. I like it alot so far. Steven’s voice is kinda whimsical wimpy at times though, like Golly Gee and all but still a good series on cd.

A story about "17 Lies That Are Holding You Back and the Truth That Will Set You Free" — 8 years ago

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I’ve really enjoyed this audio book, the voice is good and it eases you into the coversation over all the classic myths we all know and love to use. This is the type of audio book you listen non-stop too. Very good.

A story about "The Big Picture: The New Logic of Money and Power in Hollywood" — 8 years ago

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Just started reading this and already the first few chapters reveal what some probably already know, Hollywood is a messed up place. Great book so far.

A story about "Personal, Portable, Pedestrian : Mobile Phones in Japanese Life" — 8 years ago

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I just recieved this today from Amazon and I’m very excited to finally read it. Over time I’ve followed much of Mizuko Ito’s research via the web and I’ve always enjoyed her research perspectives. I’m sure it will be an excellent book.

A story about "Start Late, Finish Rich: A No-Fail Plan for Achieving Financial Freedom at Any Age" — 8 years ago

I really enjoyed this book. It gave me a no excuses kick in ass motivation to start addressing the many issues in my life. Just after the first few chapters I started gettin my act together and already I can see some of the basic ideas in this book really make sense. Like all these books, 50% of the knowledge is stuff you knew already really, we just need to hear it again, and it basically needs to said in a way to motivate and promote action, NOW. Having done just a few steps makes the book on the whole refreshing and worth it. Theres a big piece in this book about home buying etc, that I sorta glazed over on, i got the jist though. A good listen too, nice audio book.

A story about "On Bullshit" — 8 years ago

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listen to the audio book, what a hilarious piece of audio to listen too.. wonderful stuff

A story about "The Luck Factor" — 10 years ago

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I believe in luck. Always have really, at least I believe in the sense that people can generate luck. Maybe luck is just optimism. I don’t know but so far this book reads alot like the Millionare Next door…

A story about "Why Pride Matters More Than Money" — 10 years ago

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Nuff said makes sense to me. Now this doesn’t mean money bad, just that money doesn’t motivate me. A sense of completion is more fullfilling to me than cash on the barrel. Anyways its a good book for managers and small biz folks looking to find ways into better understanding their people.

A story about "The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference" — 10 years ago

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Bang, the other book i’m reading also ties into this tipping point concept. This is one of those books that makes you look at everything just a little be differently. Almost like a confirmation on a gut feeling you had. Especially if yer gut tends to ride the waves of whats in and out. Tire and wired this one is wired for sure.

A story about "Reefer Madness: Sex, Drugs, and Cheap Labor in the American Black Market" — 10 years ago

Not as good as Fast Food Nation, sex drugs and cheap labor are tired themes for me.. least with Fast Food Nation i felt like we had some interesting not usually told stories to be had.. with this book its a redux of the typical “we’re all goin down in flames” america thing. It was ok it just wasnt as moving as FFN.

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