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Bestselling author Robert J. Ringer has shattered the mold of tradition-bound ideas and designed a winning new philosophy to be used every day. Inside this get-tough-with-yourself guide, you'll find the simple but vital habits that can change your outlook and lead to big results--personally, professionally, and financially. Before you know it, you'll be turning negatives into positives--and turning your life around--without thinking twice!

©1990, 2014 Robert Ringer (P)2013 Audible Inc.

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WOW.

A must must listen to audio book. Life changing experience. Thanks. I intend to purchase a hard copy for keeping.

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  • Mike
  • 22-09-20

This is a great book; ignore the racist review

I periodically listen to self help; my 1st one was Ringer's Winning through Intimidation in 1989. He is full of humility to the point of self deprecation at times. Funny stuff with great lessons. Note the racist review; Mexico being a 3rd world country with flies and roaches in the hospital waiting room. Ringer went on to say the dr's were some of the most caring and attentive people he had ever encountered.

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  • Heather Gill
  • 27-11-19

put this on repeat

Great book! So much wonderful insight here. You'll want this on repeat. absolutely solid gold.

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  • David W. Smith
  • 28-07-17

Wow!! The Real Deal.

Most books in this genre are dull, academic, and theoretical. This is none of those. Solid real world experience and real world advice.

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  • UniversalBlue
  • 27-01-19

Excellent

Loved the book and the performance of the narrator had been astonishing.

Will look forward to more books by this author.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 30-01-21

This underrated gem is MUST-READ!

This is an extremely enlightening book. Firstly, it holds no punches - it's a tough-love type of book, equally comprised of brutal honesty and graceful consideration - both of which are considerably effective in delivering the message.

What I love most about this book is how applicable it is to the journey of achieving success in any aspect of life - not only finance. Even if you don't have ambitions of becoming a millionaire, Million Dollar Habits can still be of substantial value to you. This book doesn't hesitate to tell you what you need to hear and is an critical guide for anyone who wishes to live a more successful life, but is held back by his or her own negative habits.

Ringer's storytelling here is honest, relatable, thought-provoking, illuminating, appropriately humorous, and at times, heartwrenching. He takes the reader through an examination of principles using a series of fantastically relevant personal anectdotes.

The voice of the reader/narrator sounds a bit impersonal and generic but I found that to be surprisingly helpful in this case, given the nature and content of this book.

Million Dollar Habits is urgently needed for anyone trying to make a positively impactful difference in their life. I've read a fair share of success-themed self-help books and this one is by far the most helpful one I've read!

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 03-01-20

Excellent book! Very instructive and well narrated

Excellent book! Very instructive and well narrated. The last two chapters are my favorites. Do not hesitate in selecting this one for your next audiobook.

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  • - Gil Franklin
  • 02-06-18

Drags at points... but CERTAINLY worth the Read!

Robert ringer's series of books provide a very profound and easily implementable knowledge to any person life.

I love it

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  • Robert
  • 06-06-17

Thank you Robert J Ringer

Tincture of time and your growth experiences make this an interesting and worthwhile book.
I sincerely believe people would benefit by starting with this one then going to To be or not to be intimidated (winning through intimidation)

Thank you Mr. Ringer for sharing your stories and accumulated wisdom.

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  • Sterling
  • 03-01-15

RICH ALL AROUND

It exceeded my expectations. Truth be told this is more of a mindset book than a how to get rich tome. I do however suppose ultimately if the principles contained herein are followed; in actuality there should be no reason a person couldn't use these selfsame principles directly or indirectly to become emotionally, spiritually as well as materially rich.

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  • Louis Shaffer
  • 14-01-21

One flaw prevents 5 stars!

This is a very good book for anyone who is motivated to excel in life. I especially liked the messages on action, perseverance, and “NO Exceptions!”

The only flaw is some real bias and even hatred of lawyers (plus a few others). He clearly had some bad experiences, but I would advise skipping that section.

Do I recommend this book? Oh yes! On balance it will guide people to stop fooling themselves and get on with doing things that will bring them success, no matter what that means to them.

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