You can't teach a man anything. You can only help him to find it for himself. Galileo Galilei
Your mind is your greatest asset, so be careful what you put into it - Read Good Books. Robert Kiyosaki
Most new books are forgotten within a year, especially by those who borrow them. Evan Esar
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GOOD BOOKS DETOX OUR MIND
LOU HOLTZ, one of the winningest coaches in college football history, credits The Magic of Thinking Big as a turning point in his professional career.
WILLIAM CLEMENT STONE, Multi-millionaire businessman and best-selling author, says that Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich “changed the course of my life.” Dr. Hill’s book inspired him to begin lifelong habit of helping others by giving them personal growth books.
DONNA REED, Academy Award winner and early TV star, was a shy, insecure high school freshman when she read How to Win Friends & Influence People. Upon completing the book, she landed a lead role in the school play, setting the stage for a 40-year career in movies and TV.
J. W. MARRIOTT, president of Marriott Hotels, was so moved by the message of The Greatest Salesman in the World that he gives a copy to each of his marketing executives.
DAVE THOMAS, founder of Wendy’s Restaurants, was a high school dropout with a poor self concept when he happened to read The power of Positive Thinking. Today he heads up a fast-food empire with thousands of restaurants all over the world.
PHYLLIS DILLER, the famous comedienne, was a frustrated, insecure housewife when she read The Magic of Believing. The book gave her the confidence to try her hand at show business, and she went on to become one of the best-known comics in the country.
BILLI LIM, founder of Hardknocks Factory, a businessman and best-selling author of ‘Dare To Fail’, says that Dr. Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich “was the turning point of my life.”
A good book is a source of Great knowledge and wealth for many generations. – Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam
Books have meant to my life what the sun has meant to the planet Earth. – Earl Nightingale
You are what you read – so be careful what you read! – Adolf Hitler
A room without books is like a body without a soul. – Cicero
BOOKS GIVE US WINGS – slogan for the Center the Book, Library of Congress
Books are as useful to a stupid person as a mirror is useful to a blind person. - Chanakya