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Not Caring What Other People Think Is A Superpower

Author : Ed Latimore
ISBN : 1542628806
Genre : Self-actualization (Psychology)
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Not caring what people think is a superpower that will allow you to get what you want out of life. Most people worry about what others will think, so they suffocate their actions. As a result, they never live up to their potential. Within this book are insights about life and living to the fullest in 7 categories. You Will Learn: -The real reason the ability to work hard is so highly valued. -How to identify where to invest your emotional energy for the greatest return -Why you can't afford to have low standards for anything you do or the company you keep. -The greatest source of motivation that's untapped by most. -Vital paradigm and mindset shifts that will allow you to get more out of life. -The difference between strategy and tactics and how to develop a mindset for both. -How to select the best people to have a relationship with and get the most out of it.
Category: Self-actualization (Psychology)

The Four Confidences

Author : Ed Latimore
ISBN : 1537058665
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This is a short book that answers the burning question of our time: "How do I build confidence?" I don't like giving out purely tactical ideas like "do this" or "do that" because confidence is like work experience: people only hire you if you have it, but to get it you need people to hire you. I refused to throw more garbage into that well of circular thinking. What I give you instead is a way for you to change your mind into a confidence building machine.

The Nine Laws

Author : Ivan Throne
ISBN : 952706595X
Genre : Self-Help
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THE NINE LAWS is a living manual of power, distilled for the reader by the man who was forced to build it to survive. The author forged this system over decades of cruel experience from childhood. The reader who masters this content will discover the full extent of his capabilities and become the engineer of his own destiny.
Category: Self-Help

I Don T Fucking Care

Author : Adam Rockman
ISBN : 1537733095
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Do you care too much what other people think about you? Are you afraid to share what you really think and feel because you are worried about offending others, or being seen as socially unacceptable? Your desire for social approval is normal, but letting it run your life definitely is not. It makes sense you want to make friends and avoid making enemies. but constantly sucking up to people, being afraid to be yourself, and lying about your beliefs and opinions just to make other people think you are cool is a disease. You don't need to be inauthentic. you can learn to stop caring what people think about you today!

Think And Go Hustle

Author : Dylan Madden
ISBN : 1549932136
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Life is a game. How would you like to make the rules?Think and Go Hustle is your tool to build not only yourself but a game where you're the main character. Now it's time for you to flip the script and take charge of your life.-Learn how to create your own script-Become your true self-Figure out the thinking behind being a hustler-Get out of debt and live freely-Much more discussed in Think and Go HustleTestimonial:"Read the intro and first level. I almost cried.. the level of authenticity and the lessons you share in an easy to understand way are incredibly relatable. Can't wait to get through the rest of the book this week. Continue to walk on water my friend. Really have something with this book. I mean it."-K.P

New World Ronin

Author : Victor Pride
ISBN : 0996467084
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If you want to stop living like an invisible ghost and start living like a master of destiny, this is the book you read.

An Introduction To Camera Game

Author : Goldmund
ISBN : 0996270000
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Photography is an art that is as enriching as it is seductive. It can open up new ways of looking at the world, train you to become more social, and create opportunities to meet an endless amount of attractive women. This guide will: Suggest the proper equipment needed to get started. Teach you techniques to become proficient using a camera. Explain different 'projects' that will make it easy for you to approach girls on the street and get them excited to be involved in your photos. Include tips on how to easily set up dates and seduce the women you meet. And much more... If you are interested at all in photography and meeting women, An Introduction to Camera Game is the best place to get started.

The Appearance Of Power

Author : Tanner Guzy
ISBN : 1979138400
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Power has an appearance and appearance has power. Ideally those two would line up together and the world would be full of good, masculine men who dress and look like good masculine men. But all too often, reality is something different. There are good men and strong leaders out there who dress and look like children or bums. There are awful, lazy men in the world who dress in a way that hides their vices from those around them and makes them appear better than they truly are. In an attempt to correct for these disparities, our current culture tries to rob both appearance of its power and power of its appearance - to say that the way a person dresses or looks doesn't - or at least shouldn't matter. We're given platitudes like, "don't judge a book by its cover" and there's a often a cultural rush to prove ourselves as non-judgmental as we can. But a man's appearance has been an integral part of humanity since before the dawn of civilization. As human beings we use mental shortcuts when assessing our surroundings and the people within them. It is inefficient and dangerous to treat every object, scenario, and person as a blank slate or an unknown. And, because it is our tendency to judge according to visual stimuli, we use physicality, body language, grooming, and clothing to quickly and effectively communicate who we are and how we want other people to perceive us. Some men dress to appear more physically threatening, others to convey status and power within social spheres, some attempt to fit in and not draw attention to themselves, and others will use their clothing to show their disdain for the social norms around them. Regardless of what your intentions are, your clothing says something about you. And no, this doesn't just apply to you, but to every man who has ever interacted with another human being. From the ancient shaman, to the Wall Street banker, the Pope to the gutter punk, all men use clothing and appearance to tell the world who we are. Which means it's worthwhile for you to understand how to use this tool effectively. The purpose of this book is to outline the underlying principles of how clothing affects men and masculinity. Understanding and applying those principles will take you far beyond looking like you've been dressed by an image consultant, in one of his five variations of acceptable clothing, and into the realm of being well-dressed all the time.

Thirty Seven

Author : Quintus Curtius
ISBN : 1502848279
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Quintus Curtius is an essayist and cultural observer. This collection of essays showcases his keen interest in philosophical and moral questions, achieving what one reviewer called "a perfect fluency in [a] dialogue with truth." The unifying theme of the book is the nature of masculine identity, and how that identity has been manifested. The range of topics explored is diverse: The nature of human wisdom Courage in adversity Redemption through suffering The endurance of hardships Educational development Character in history The mystical experience The fickleness of Fate The necessity of myths These are just some of the varied themes treated in the author's passionate and probing search for truth. Drawing on examples from history and using sources in their original languages, the author combines lucid explanation and a probing intensity like few other writers. Erudite, thoughtful, and frequently moving, this unique book has been described as "inexplicably inspiring."

Gorilla Mindset

Author : Mike Cernovich
ISBN : 1514672111
Genre : Control (Psychology)
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"Gorilla Mindset is not a self-help book. It's a how-to book. In Gorilla Mindset you will learn how to control your thoughts and emotions to live a life others envy. Although written for men, Gorilla Mindset has also been read by women who appreciate a direct approach to getting more out of life. Gorilla Mindset is an entire system that, when coupled with specific mindset shifts and habits, will change the way you think, feel and live your life. Applying Gorilla Mindset to your life (make no mistake, this is a book you must apply) will improve your health and fitness, lead to more money and career advancement, and help you have deeper, more meaningful relationships (or more casual ones; it's your choice). Your thinking will become clear. You will have more focus. You will know exactly what steps to take to change your life. Join countless others who changed with lives with Gorilla Mindset"--
Category: Control (Psychology)