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How You Can Find Happiness During the Collapse of Western Civilization [Hardcover]

How You Can Find Happiness During the Collapse of Western CivilizationNo description for this product could be found, but have a look over at Amazon for reviews and other information.

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Winning Through Intimidation [Hardcover]

Winning Through IntimidationNo description for this product could be found, but have a look over at Amazon for reviews and other information.

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Restoring the American Dream: The Defining Voice in the Movement for Liberty [Hardcover]

Restoring the American Dream: The Defining Voice in the Movement for Liberty

Completely updated edition of one of the classic works of conservative literature Long before the advent of conservative talk radio and Fox News, Robert Ringer was an outspoken advocate for the cause of freedom and free enterprise. In this classic work–updated for the 21st century–Ringer’s basic premise is that liberty must be given a higher priority than all other objectives. The economic and political calamity that he warned about in the late seventies is now upon (more…)

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Action!: Nothing Happens Until Something Moves [Hardcover]

Action!: Nothing Happens Until Something Moves

From Publishers Weekly

Bestselling self-help author Ringer’s main theme is that people need to take personal action in order to get what they want from life. This truism is explored and coupled with other factors such as honesty, self-discipline, adversity, personal values and how these things help or get in the way of promoting positive action. As in his previous books, Ringer (Winning Through Intimidation) employs a narrative style that allows the reader to explore behavior thr (more…)

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Looking Out for #1 [Paperback]

Looking Out for #1No description for this product could be found, but have a look over at Amazon for reviews and other information.

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Getting What You Want: The 7 Principles of Rational Living [Hardcover]

Getting What You Want: The 7 Principles of Rational Living

Amazon.com Review

No one can accuse Robert J. Ringer of pulling punches. But, then again, as the author of such previous bestsellers as Winning Through Intimidation and Looking Out for No. 1, it should come as no surprise that this writer calls it like he sees it. Unfortunately, in Getting What You Want, Ringer seems more interested in persuading readers not to like many of the things–and people–he doesn’t, as opposed to providing a road map to rational living, as p (more…)

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Winning Through Intimidation [Mass Market Paperback]

Winning Through Intimidation

If you’ve ever found yourself coming out on the short end of the stick, you’ll appreciate the rewards that can be yours whenyou take the initiative in every area of your life. Written by the bestselling author of MILLION DOLLAR HABITS, this business gem, explains in candid terms what intimidation is, why you become intimidated and how you can avoid the mental lapses that can cause you to fall victim to intimidation.

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To Be or Not to Be Intimidated?: That is the Question [Paperback]

To Be or Not to Be Intimidated?: That is the Question

Text is the rewritten and retitled edition of Winning Through Intimidation, c1974. Provides insightful advice on how not to be intimidated. Softcover.

About the Author

Robert Ringer is the author of seven books, including three best sellers. He has appeared on numerous American talk shows, and has been featured in such publications as Time, People, the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Barron’s, and the New York Times. His books have been read by an estimated 1 (more…)

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Million Dollar Habits [Mass Market Paperback]

Million Dollar Habits

From Publishers Weekly

Irrespective of intelligence, skills, education or luck, claims Ringer ( Looking Out for #1 ), the faithful practice of specific, simple “habits” will assure success in one’s chosen field, preferably a job that is both financially rewarding and personally meaningful. The term “habit,” however, is misleading as Ringer uses it, e.g., “the Action Habit,” to embrace discussions of human relations, morality, efficiency, self-discipline, etc. This self-help book, (more…)

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