Iron Wil on The Millionaire’s Guide by Cedric Penn

a chat about 7 points that resonated with me. Cedric Penn has some great points and this is a great read!

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Self Education

Welcome to the Self-Education Page!

Here you will find Books (listed below), Podcast, Videos, and Other Books that can help you grow your mind and imagination!!!

Books

This is not a complete list, just ones that I have read and can recommend.

  1. The 10X Rule – Grant Cardone
  2. 21 Great Ways to Manage Your Time and Double Your Productivity – Brian Tracy
  3. The 21st Century Case for Gold – George Gilder
  4. The 8000$ Phone Call – Jayden Pudney
  5. Anthem – Ayn Rand
  6. The Art of War – Sun Tzu
  7. As a Man Thinketh – James Allen
  8. Atlas Shrugged – Ayn Rand
  9. Be Obsessed or Be Average – Grant Cardone
  10. The Big Short – Micheal Lewis
  11. Blue Ocean Strategy – W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne
  12. Building Your Network Marketing Business – Jim Rohn
  13. Close That Sale! – Brian Tracy
  14. The Closer’s Survival Guide – Grant Cardone
  15. The Compound Effect – Darren Hardy
  16. The Creature from Jekyll Island – G. Edward Griffin
  17. Crush it! – Gary Vaynerchuk
  18. Delivering Happiness – Tony Hsieh
  19. The Difference Maker – John C. Maxwell
  20. Do the Work – Steven Pressfield
  21. Dreamstarter – Mike Fallat
  22. Economics in One Lesson – Henry Hazlitt*
  23. Enchantment – Guy Kawasaki
  24. The Education of Millionaires – Michael Ellsberg
  25. Financial Fitness – Chris Brady & Orrin Woodward
  26. The Financial Matrix – Orrin Woodward
  27. The Fountainhead – Any Rand
  28. The Gates of Fire – Steven Pressfield
  29. Go Pro – Eric Worre
  30. Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance – Angela Duckworth
  31. The Happiness Advantage – Shawn Achor
  32. High Performance Habits – Brendon Burchard
  33. How to Get and Stay Motivated – Grant Cardone
  34. How to Make People Like You – Nicholas Boothman
  35. How to Win Friends and Influence People – Dale Carnegie
  36. Hyper Grow Your business – Ben Rife
  37. Ice Breakers! – Tom Big Al Schreiter
  38. JumpStart Your Priorities – John C. Maxwell
  39. Just a Thought – James Gurick
  40. Just Keep Breathing – Jimmy Bluff
  41. The Law – Frederic Bastiat*
  42. Let of Bang – Patrick Von Horne & Jason Riley
  43. Living Forward- Michael Hyatt
  44. Man’s Search for Meaning – Victor Frankl
  45. The Millionaire Booklet – Grant Cardone
  46. Millionaire’s Guide – Cedric Penn
  47. The Miracle Morning – Hal Elrod
  48. The New Case for Gold – James Rickards
  49. The Obstacle is the Way – Ryan Holiday
  50. On Combat – Dave Grossman and Loren W. Christensen
  51. On Killing – Dave Grossman
  52. On the Wealth of Nations: Books That Changed the World – P.J. O’Rourke
  53. Outliers – Malcolm Gladwell
  54. The Power of Broke – Daymond John
  55. Quantum Leaps – Gloria Mayfield Banks
  56. The Real Book of Real Estate: Real Experts. Real Stories. Real Life. – Robert Kiyosaki
  57. Rich Dad Poor Dad – Robert Kiyosaki
  58. The Richest Man in Babylon – George Samuel Clason
  59. The Road to Ruin – James Rickards
  60. Rock Bottom to Rock Star – Ryan Blair
  61. The Secret – Rhonda Byrne
  62. Self-Reliance – Ralph Waldo Emerson
  63. Sell or be Sold – Grant Cardone
  64. Steve Jobs – Walter Isaacson
  65. Take the Stairs – Rory Vaden
  66. The Thank You Economy – Gary Vaynerchuk
  67. Think and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill
  68. Training to Won – Zachary Conley
  69. Unbroken – Laura Hillenbrand
  70. Unlocked – T.D. Jakes
  71. Where Have All the Leaders Gone – Lee Iacocca
  72. Who Built That – Michelle Malkin
  73. The Virtue of Selfishness – Ayn Rand
  74. You are a Bad Ass – Jen Sincere

Unknown, Dreamers

All men who achieved great things have been dreamers.” – Unknown

I really enjoy this quote! I have never taken ‘dreamers’ here to mean a lackadaisical, dreamy, cotton-headed person; to me, it has always meant someone who thinks and plans and is willing to work on those plans until they come to fruition or pivot to another idea derived from the first. I have, for many years, admired the works and ambitions of Vanderbilt, Rockefeller, Carnegie, Morgan, and Ford. The early industrialists and business leaders that built huge businesses and forged many of the standards and work norms that are part of our current views of the work place.

While my dreams have not yet come to fruition, I am still working on them. I got distracted and sidetracked by the cacophony of the educators and leaders that say go to school and get an education. While a degree is helpful, the real education that is needed is that of personal drive and desire. I believe that it is more important for a person to pursue the knowledge that one needs (has an interest in) to pursue their goals. We could talk about Steve Jobs taking the calligraphy course or of Bill Gates spending hours coding in his high school years. We could also look at Mark Zuckerburg, Jack Dorsey, Mark Cuban, or Michael Dell. We could look outside the typical business communities to Christian von Koenigsegg, Hayley Hobson, Eric Worre, or Robert Kiyosaki.

My point is that if you have an idea work on it; see where that adventure will take you!

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