Readers Are Leaders

A friend of mine recently told me about a guy named Kevin Trudeau– an ex- secret society member who was taught things about the universe and how our minds work. He is basically sharing secrets the super wealthy use daily to build their empires and make their wildest dreams come true.

Without getting too much into who he is and some of the surrounding controversy whenever his named is mentioned, I’d just like to be very transparent and say that I’m a fan of his teachings on the Law of Attraction.  After listening to his CD Set: Your Wish Is Your Command, much of what was said resonated with me more than anything I’ve ever heard about the Law of Attraction and other Universal Laws.

That said, whether you like the guy or not or care to look into who he is will be your decision, obviously. I did want to share, however, a book list that he shared at the very end of his CD set. I’m always a fan of reading, so that one may come to his or her own conclusions about a subject matter. So, if you’re a reader like me, and enjoy personal development, law of attraction, and success oriented books, you’ll likely appreciate this list.

Happy Reading!

The Magic of Thinking Big (David J. Schwartz)

See You At The Top (Zig Ziglar)

Ask And It Is Given (Esther and Jerry Hicks)

The Secret (Rhonda Byrne)

Psycho-Cybernetics (Maxwell Maltz)

The Law of Success in 16 Lessons (Napoleon Hill)

Think & Grow Rich (Napoleon Hill)

The Magic of Believing (Claude Bristol)

How to Win Friends & Influence People (Dale Carnegie)

The Go Getter (Peter B. Kyne)

The Power of Positive Thinking (Norman Vincent Peale)

The Game of Work (Charles Coonradt)

Rich Dad Poor Dad (Robert Kiyosaki)

Hung by the Tongue (Francis P. Martin)

The Tongue: A Creative Force (Charles Capps)

What You Say Is What You Get (Don Gossett)

About Priscilya M. Hawkes, Esq.

Hawkes Law Group P.C. serves business owner creative-types with "larger-than-life" dreams.
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