rumahhijabaqila.com - Google ДокументиRobert Ringer is the author of eight books, including three 1 bestsellers, two of which have been listed by the New York Times among the fifteen bestselling motivational books of all time. His books have been read by an estimated ten million people and translated into more than a dozen languages. He lives in Annapolis, Maryland. Du kanske gillar. To Be or Not to Be Intimidated? Robert J Ringer Inbunden. Permanent Record Edward Snowden Inbunden.
The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. See details for description of any imperfections. Ringer is a 5 star author. I read his first book Winning through Intimidation, now re-written and re-titled as To Be or Not to Be Intimidated shortly after it came out in the 70's and to this day it ranks high on my list.
If you talk to almost any entrepreneur about what they continually struggle with, the conversation will, invariably, come back to the conundrum of knowing what needs to be done and having issues with simply beginning the necessary work they are aware must be done. Author Robert Ringer Winning Through Intimidation , Million Dollar Habits maintains that our actions have more to do with our results than any action that we may encounter connected to another individual or any other external circumstance. Action alone will push you to persevere and set all the right pieces into finding their place, flow your creative energies and attract more inspiration to all future actions. The 4 Pillars of Action " Your feelings lead to your thoughts, your thoughts lead to your actions, your actions lead to your results. Action is the beginning point for ALL progress and without that first ignition of movement, all the knowledge, wisdom and ideas that we have are utterly useless.
Robert J. Ringer born  is an American entrepreneur , motivational and political speaker, and author of several best-selling personal-development and political books. His first book, Winning Through Intimidation , was published in After the manuscript racked up 23 rejections from publishers,  Ringer decided to self-publish the book. Ringer says that the change in the title was made to clarify his aim in these books, which is not so much to turn people into intimidators, but rather to give people the tools to keep others from intimidating them. Ringer also self-published his second book, Looking Out for 1 , in , which, like his first book, became a New York Times 1 bestseller. Ringer's recurring themes of actions based on rational thought, conceding and in fact adhering to the inherent objective human nature of self-interest, and avoiding people who are irrational which he labelled either neurotics or "weeds" was expounded on, among other things.