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A Must Read For 2009

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Hello everyone sorry for the long break! Hope I didn’t lose any readers:) Well, I’ve been busy working on a few goals and catching up on a little reading and decided to share some of the books that I’ve added to my library.

The first book is titled “The Science Of Success” by James Arthur Ray. James Ray is a speaker that I’ve come to enjoy(obvious by the number of videos on my site). This book is a practical guide in taking steps to achieving anything you can dream of. In all honestly, I haven’t read a book that actually give you a day to day step by step process like this one does so check it out

The second book is called “The Richest Man Who Ever Lived: King Solomon’s Secrets to Success, Wealth, and Happiness” by Steven K. Scott. This was my first time reading any work by Steven Scott but this book really had me accessing my life and how i relate with people. I am enjoying this book as well because there isn’t any inflation in any of the lessons.

So there you go my plug for the month!! 😉 If you’ve had a chance to read any of these book feel free to leave your comments and idea’s

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My name is Ezekiel Haynes and I am from the United States currently living in North Florida. The Reason for the Blog My reason for creating this blog is to share ideas that will encourage and also allow individuals like me to share concepts that have helped them become better individuals as they have faced challenges in their own business. Things I Love To Do Music Real Estate Technology

2 thoughts on “A Must Read For 2009

  1. Really awesome blog. I enjoyed reading this review from you. I found that you really update your site regularly that made me more interesting. I’ve bookmarked your site for my future use.

    Thank you
    sagar

  2. Hi Ezekiel, I am anxious to get at least one of those books. I’m interested in the book by James Arthur Ray, and think I’ll get that one first. You always have good to excellent recommendations so I’m in and thanks for letting us know which books to buy or ones you don’t recommend. Also want to thank you very much for your kind “get well wishes” that you sent my way during my hospital scare. I’m getting back on my feet but it has been a slow process and I really do thank you and all. JJ

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