How to Be Happy Successful and Rich

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"How To Be Happy, Successful And Rich" is a book that is refreshing in its concept. Reginald Johnson, a dynamic and inspirational Keynote Speaker/Author, researched over 500 books and culled over thirty years of experience from, in his words: "The School of Hard Knocks" into a fast paced entertaining book. He offers 21 easy to follow guides. It is a must read for anyone looking to improve socially, professionally and financially.

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Overview

"How To Be Happy, Successful And Rich" is a book that is refreshing in its concept. Reginald Johnson, a dynamic and inspirational Keynote Speaker/Author, researched over 500 books and culled over thirty years of experience from, in his words: "The School of Hard Knocks" into a fast paced entertaining book. He offers 21 easy to follow guides. It is a must read for anyone looking to improve socially, professionally and financially.

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This book was written as a "labor of love" to inspire you in all aspects of life. It includes many great ideas to help you become happy, successful and rich. However, great ideas are meaningless until they are implemented. Take the first step - now!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780977245802
  • Publisher: Success Books
  • Publication date: 9/28/2005
  • Pages: 85
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.30 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 24, 2006

    A Unique and Pithy Read!

    I first discovered the talents of Reggie Johnson in 1985 (Denver, Colorado) with his ¿How To Close More Customers¿ program (which helped our company put millions of dollars on the bottom line.) Years later I attended one of his seminars in Long Island, New York. Not only did I learn cutting edge management techniques I found him to be an inspiring and motivational speaker. All in attendance left feeling we had witnessed a ¿Rock Star¿ (pardon the pun) in action! A friend introduced me to his latest book, ¿How To Be Happy, Successful, And Rich¿. I was intrigued and excited to see how he had progressed since our last meeting. Needless to say, I was not disappointed. The book is written with slight ¿tongue in cheek¿. One would think that being happy, successful, and rich, are the same thing. Mr. Johnson explains that some of the happiest people in the world are not rich and some of the richest people in the world are not happy. The same applies to being successful. I agree. Some examples could be Whitney Houston, Winona Ryder, Mike Tyson, and Sir Paul McCartney. The book does a creditable job in defining the differences between all three areas. Most importantly, it shows how one can aspire and achieve each of them with some everyday common sense approaches. Be prepared for many surprises as it demonstrates most goals can be relative in nature. My first criticism of ¿How To Be Happy, Successful And Rich¿ was the number of pages (eighty five), I wanted more. However, I have read other books and discovered after the first ten pages --the rest were repetitious. Still others would tell you the point it was going to make, make the point, and then tell you again the point made. While this technique gives you more pages, I found it redundant, unnecessary, and boring. Dale Carnegie was right when he said: ¿The best speeches are no more than five minutes long.!¿ Mr. Johnson has written a refreshing book that is almost conversational in nature with very little redundancy. He gives twenty one steps (more than enough) to achieving one¿s goals. His anecdotes are inspiring, informative and motivational. In part two, page 43, (without revealing too much) he mentions ¿Do not accept the limitation of others¿. In this section is a story of a young woman whose son has been severely injured. The ending touched my heartstrings and left me shouting for joy! This part alone is worth the price of admission. Those looking for a book filled with charts, diagrams, and statistics, will be discouraged. However, if you are looking for a good read that is entertaining, educational, and inspirational you will not be disappointed. This is a unique and pithy book. Many people (including, yours truly!) take a week to read a book and then forget most of it within two hours. One can read ¿How To Be Happy, Successful And Rich¿ in one day and retain enough information to last a lifetime. Like my first ¿Bullet Train¿ ride in Tokyo - I found it to be exciting, energizing, and exhilarating. Without hesitation I recommend it to one and all!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2006

    A Captivating Book!

    I expected less from this genre but was pleasantly surprised with its contents. Most books speak in their own language. How To Be Happy, Successful & Rich, speaks in a language all can understand. Unlike most authors that talk to you, Mr. Johnson talks with you - which I found refreshing and unique. This book manages to be informative and fast paced at the same time. Implementation of its twenty one guidelines should make anyone happy, successful and rich!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2006

    This is an absolute must-read!

    'How to be Happy, Successful, and Rich' is one of the few books I've read that actually delivers on everything it promises. Its well written guides and tips on living a more successful life are eye-opening and can be applied to anyone at any time. Don't pass up on this one! Thanks Reggie!!

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