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July 27th, 2017
Announcing The RSD Book Club
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#51
6am.sedna

6am.sedna

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Join Date: 10/24/2008 | Posts: 433

 Two books I've read that really stuck with me and enlightened me are The Way of the Peaceful Warrior by Dan Millman, and The Razor's Edge by Somerset Maugham. I would highly recommend both of them to anybody looking to find some REAL inspiration in their lives
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#52
Remco~

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Join Date: 05/12/2007 | Posts: 1489

Collatio wrote:

Remco~ wrote:
 I am ordering:
- My secret garden
- Sperm Wars
- Personal development for smart people
- Fight club
- Seven habits of highly effective people

- Mastery
- The 4-hour work week

I have:
- Think and grow rich
- Entire July
- Ways of the superior man

And listened to:
- The millionaire next door

I think I'm set. :D

I'll probably have read every book I've ordered within a few weeks after I've received them, I eat books for breakfast. :-p
I have a few of the books..so if you want to borrow them, just shoot me a PM.

Caligula, I'll do it. Depends on what you want though.


Any stuff thats not on the list above?
I've just ordered them and they should arrive within a week or so.
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Caligula

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Join Date: 06/23/2008 | Posts: 1586

For all those who have begun Think and Grow Rich, here is an old clip from Napoleon Hill himself.



-Caligula
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#54

duG

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Join Date: 02/05/2008 | Posts: 1465

Oh divine providence, thank you for this gift of wisdom to use the gift you gave me to direct myself toward my desires.
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#55
Lemondrawp

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Join Date: 03/29/2009 | Posts: 8

I'm down.  This is good stuff.
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#56

Blaireau

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Join Date: 01/21/2009 | Posts: 14

I'm seeing a lot of repeat books, and really, books that were already at the core of RSD thinking. Good books.

But how about some books aside from those?

The Little Prince (Le Petit Prince) by Antoine de Saint-Exupery.

Ender's Game--Orson Scott Card.
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Remco~

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Collatio wrote:
I've got two books you could borrow that are not on your list.
Most of them are though.

Feel the fear and do it anyways - Susan Jeffers
Siddhartha - Herman Hesse

Ah great, I'm always looking for more reading material. I discovered a few days ago that a friend of mine has this huge library of fantasy books, I gotta control myself but god do I love those type of books. Combine that with university related reading and I'll be sitting on my comfy chair a whole lot the upcoming few weeks, me likey feels like a holiday.

Next time I'm around Almelo I'll call you collatio, we still need to have drink together and catch up on the good ole times (perhaps go out as well).



@blaireau I've read Enders game, its one of the best stories I've ever read, absolutely loved it. I definitley need to reread it sometime.
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Remco~

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Collatio wrote:

Remco~ wrote:

Collatio wrote:
I've got two books you could borrow that are not on your list.
Most of them are though.

Feel the fear and do it anyways - Susan Jeffers
Siddhartha - Herman Hesse

Ah great, I'm always looking for more reading material. I discovered a few days ago that a friend of mine has this huge library of fantasy books, I gotta control myself but god do I love those type of books. Combine that with university related reading and I'll be sitting on my comfy chair a whole lot the upcoming few weeks, me likey feels like a holiday.

Next time I'm around Almelo I'll call you collatio, we still need to have drink together and catch up on the good ole times (perhaps go out as well).



@blaireau I've read Enders game, its one of the best stories I've ever read, absolutely loved it. I definitley need to reread it sometime.
Cool man.. I still owe you a drink. You've probably forgotten..haha.

hahah yeah I did forget, out of money so its a good thing. I'll be in town this Saturday, are you around?
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#59
PATRICK

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Join Date: 10/27/2007 | Posts: 528

 Can't recommend Atlas Shrugged enough, it's one to just keep on your bedside table and read 20 or 30 pages every night......smash it out in a couple of months.  I'm only 300 pages in and it's great.

Also any of M. Scott Peck's books....Road Less Travelled, Further Along the road, Road and beyond - all good.
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Caligula

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Join Date: 06/23/2008 | Posts: 1586

 Would anyone be interested in an audio discussion at the end of the month?

-Caligula
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