Read any good books lately? - Posted by Giaconia


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Posted by Ceagle on December 07, 1998 at 11:18:38:

Emyth Revisited by Galbraith (SP?)


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Read any good books lately? - Posted by Giaconia

Posted by Giaconia on December 07, 1998 at 11:08:08:

I am looking for a couple of good books to read. I was hoping to get some recommendations.

I have already read:

Rich Dad, Poor Dad
Richest Man in Babylon
Millionaire next door
7 habits of Highly Effective People

Thanks in advance

Giaconia


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Re: Read any good books lately? - Posted by Richard

Posted by Richard on December 08, 1998 at 23:37:07:

I prefer straight real estate books.
Try ‘All Americas Real Estate’ by Janik and Rejnis
’36 Hour RE Investment Course’ by Cummings
’Profits in Buying and Renovating Homes’
by Dworin
Anyone else have thoughts along these lines?
Thanks


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Re: Read any good books lately? - Posted by Rob FL

Posted by Rob FL on December 07, 1998 at 21:29:49:

How to win friends and influence people - Dale Carnegie
Power of Positive Thinking - Norman Vincent Peale


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Positive Personality Profiles… - Posted by Soapymac

Posted by Soapymac on December 07, 1998 at 20:16:26:

By Dr. Robert A. Rohm.

This business is, above all a people business. Dr. Rohm succintly describes the four major personality styles, helps you discover which one you have, and shows you how to work with them all!

Should be on Amazon.com but is you can;t find it, e-mail me and I’ll give you the URL.

Soapymac


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The Roaring 2000’s - Posted by Alexander (Fl)

Posted by Alexander (Fl) on December 07, 1998 at 16:29:31:

by Harry S. Dent, Jr. Published by Simon & Schuster.
Don’t miss this one. Real solid investment advice for the coming century.


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Re: Read any good books lately? - Posted by Steve Bandy

Posted by Steve Bandy on December 07, 1998 at 14:44:41:

Million Dollar Habits by Robert Ringer is excellent.
Jimmy Napier’s monthly newsletter ( The Money Maker Report) is the best value available today. Once a year, he sells back issues for $1 to his subscribers and you can build a library of real estate advice at an unbelievable price.


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The Path Of Least Resistance… - Posted by MN~Chicago

Posted by MN~Chicago on December 07, 1998 at 13:45:11:

…by Robert Fritz

This is an incredibly compelling book which

details why so many keep repeating habits

that preclude success, regardless of the

endeavor, personal, business, etc.

It also provides the requisite principles

which can lead anyone to the “creative”

ends they desire.

While it does not pertain to real estate,

it does go to the heart of accomplishing

any goal one may have in real estate, or

any other field.

Heartily recommended.


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Re: Read any good books lately? - Posted by John (KS)

Posted by John (KS) on December 07, 1998 at 13:01:26:

The Wealthy Barber - David
Chilton (I had to put his last name on the senond line because the server thought it was an offensive word)

I have almost finished it. It has alot of great info in the form of a novel, where a guy finds out his simple small town barber is very wealthy, and he learns from his barber while getting his monthly trim, how it is done. Very funny conversations arise and it reads really well. I am having a hard time putting it down.


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Re: Read any good books lately? - Posted by Sheik

Posted by Sheik on December 07, 1998 at 11:58:59:

Looking out for #1 - Robert Ringer


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Re: Read any good books lately? - Posted by MichaelR (NoVA)

Posted by MichaelR (NoVA) on December 07, 1998 at 11:18:54:

A few, not all on REI:

The Psychology of Persuasion (Kevin Hogan)
Trump: The Arl of the Deal (The Donald)
All Bronchick’s Material (The Bronchick)
How To Be Rich (J. Paul Getty)
Atlas Shrugged (Ayn Rand)

I’ve read and/or reread these over the last few weeks. All are good selections, IMHO.

Enjoy!

Michael