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 ==== ====EBOOKS: RESUMOS EM PORTUGUÊShttp://www.ebooksreviewsbrasil.blogspot.com/  ==== ====Personal development is a multi-billion dollar industry. That industry publishes literally thousandsof books every year on the topic of success and how to achieve it. From the practical to the newage, there is a different flavor of book for every taste. So, which books should you read - which books will actually help you on your quest - and whichbooks should you toss to the side? People are busy, so this is a vital question. This is the list of the only ten books you need to read in order to fully understand the philosophy ofsuccess. From positive thinking and the law of attraction to goals and enlightenment, these bookshit all the topics. Get them. Read them. Study them. When you've digested the contents of these books, you will bemore than ready to get to the important part of your success journey - getting into action. 10. The Magic of Believing - Claude M. Bristol This book is a classic. Mr. Bristol explains in great detail how to tap into the powers of yoursubconscious mind. While that may make it sound like it's new age woo, it's not. Bristol providesgreat techniques for auto-suggestion and how to actually think about the problems that may faceus. You will get a lot from this book - guaranteed. 9. No-Nonsense Guide to Enlightenment - Blair Warren Blair Warren is one of the smartest people I know and this book (e-book, actually) showcases that.His premise? That while many of us quest for enlightenment, the fact is that all of us have actuallyexperienced enlightenment at one time or another - and probably even multiple times. I've readthis book a few times and every time I read it I get something new from it. Want to know the bestthing? Mr. Warren provides it as a free download. Get enlightened - get Mr. Warren's book. 8. Psycho-Cybernetics - Maxwell Maltz Do you want to know how your brain works? Do you want to improve your golf swing withoutphysically practicing? Do you want to be like a guided missile when it comes to achieving yourgoals? Then this is the book for you. This is one of the most powerful books you will ever read.This books is such a classic that there is a decent chance that you have read it. If that is the case,then read it again. The concepts in this book bear repeating. 7. Think & Grow Rich - Napoleon Hill 
What list of books about the philosophy of success would be complete without this book? It's aclassic that deserves repeated readings. I can't write much that isn't already written about thisbook. If you already have it on your shelf, get it and read it again. If you don't have it, then get itand read it. The proof is in the pudding with Think & Grow Rich: many, many successfulpeople cite this book as a major influence on their success. 6. SHAM - Steve Salerno The sub-title for this book is How the Self-Help Movement Made America Helpless. So, what iswhat one would consider to be an anti-self-help book doing on a list of the best self-help books? Inorder to separate the wheat from the chaff, not only does one have to know what the wheat lookslike, one has to be familiar with what the chaffs looks like as well. Mr. Salerno does an excellent job of illustrating where self-help and personal development have gone awry - and how in somecircumstances it is actually hurting people. Like any other human endeavor, the personaldevelopment field has its share of charlatans and scammers. The better prepared you are tonotice them before they lead you astray, the better are your chances for becoming the successyou want to be. 5. How to Get Rich - Felix Dennis This is not new age fluff. Not at all. This book is not like any book on this list. Mr. Dennis, the multi-millionaire publisher and founder of Maxim Magazine among others, actually calls his little tome an"anti-self-help book". So, what will you garner from this book? You'll get Mr. Dennis' perspectiveon what it takes to really become rich. And not just six-figures-a-year rich, but multi-millionaire,never-have-to-worry-about-money-ever-again rich. Do you think that you have what it takes to getthat far? Read this book and find out. Trust me - it will open your eyes. 4. You Were Born Rich - Bob Proctor Before he jumped the shark and became "Scientist" Bob the quantum physics "expert", BobProctor actually wrote books and delivered seminars that made sense. As much as I dislike whathe's become, I cannot deny that You Were Born Rich is one of the best personal developmentbooks ever written. Not only do I have the book, but I also have the unabridged audio version,which I have played countless times. I know it might be tempting to get some of his other works,but you really don't need to do that. This is the only book that he's written that actually has anymerit and that will actually help you on your path to success. 3. The Master Key Workbook - Anthony R. Michalski Yes, I wrote this book. Yes, I really do think that it is that good. And, no, I am not tooting my ownhorn. As I researched the success philosophy and as I talked with countless people, I discoveredone of the main reasons people do not achieve a notable level of success. It is not because theydon't try hard enough; it's not because they don't understand the philosophy of success; it's oftennot even because they're not talented or skilled in some way. The main reason many people donot succeed is because they don't know what they actually want! That's where the Workbookcomes into play. The Workbook is chock full of concepts, mental exercises, and written exercisesthat will help you hone what your idea of success is. This book will help you to decide what youtruly want. Once you have the goal, then attaining it becomes that much easier. You will love this
book. And since it's a workbook and you will be writing in it, you will return to it again and again asyou journey toward success. 2. The Master Key System - Charles F. Haanel What more needs to be said? The Master Key System is "the only clear, concise, comprehensive,definitive, distinctive, and scientific presentation of the creative power of thought ever formulated."As you read though the 24 weeks of the book and as you practice the exercises, you will betraining your brain to focus and to visualize. You will learn how to look at a problem or situation oropportunity and to solve it or see it for what it really is or take advantage of it. This is truly apowerful book and the people who study it get a lot from it. 1. Prometheus Rising - Robert Anton Wilson If you read only one book on this list, then make it this one. I read it at least once per year - andevery time that I do I get something new out of it. In Prometheus Rising, Mr. Wilson takes thereader on a journey through the seven "circuits" of consciousness as delineated by Timothy Leary.What will you learn? A lot. Too much to get into here. I can only say that I have found this book tobe one of the most important books that I've ever read. I am highly confident that you will agreewith me once you've read it. And there you have it. The only ten books you need to read to succeed. You may be asking, Why only ten? I know that it is a common claim in the personal development arena that you should be constantlyreading every personal development book that you can get your hands on. Some seminarspeakers say that you are "investing in your education" while others claim that reading all thebooks should be like "combing your hair" - you do that every day, so you should read personaldevelopment books everyday, lest you backslide into your unsuccessful ways. I don't agree with that line of reasoning. In my experience, one of two things happens if a personreads too many personal development books. The person becomes confused because they are exposed to far too many ideas and techniques,thus they never tap into their ultimate potential.The person becomes a "self-help junkie" looking for the "silver bullet" that will make themsuccessful. Both are equally debilitating and both are only caused by reading too many of what I refer to assoftcore self-help books. There are two classifications of self-help/personal development books: softcore and hardcore. Softcore books refer to those books that espouse ideas and techniques related to the philosophyof success. They are books that are about the Law of Attraction, how to make friends, how your

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