M. O'connor

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (40 of 48)
Location: Darlington United Kingdom
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,724,640 - Total Helpful Votes: 40 of 48
Born to Succeed: Releasing Your Business Potential by Colin Turner
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
I have read a couple of books by Colin Turner and find him to be a very deep thinking and thought provoking author. This book is a lot less spiritual than some of his others, concentrating more on ones habits and conditioned beliefs. It certainly made me think twice about how the way the majority of people think is conditioned by everyday life and the lack of any motivation at all - "You'll never do that" "that'll never work" "let's knock him down, he's doing too well"
Turner concentrates on a different way of looking at things, re conditioning the mind, changing the programme.
The book doesn't go too deep, but goes deep enough. Anything can happen, you are what you think, what… Read more
Losing My Virginity: The Autobiography by Sir Richard Branson
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Trust me, this book is highly informative and very interesting. Branson is a determined and corageous man who believed in something and achieved it. He worked hard for success and his background had nothing to do with it. I certainly don't remember a part in the book which refers to him getting anything on a plate.
The disgraceful behaviour of British Airways towards Vigin Air is riveting reading. I bet most readers would question whether they would fly BA again!
Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids&hellip by Robert T. Kiyosaki
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This is a nice read for anyone who hasn't paid much attention to their financial situation. I was one of those people and was advised to read this book. Yes, some may argue that it's a little obvious, and that's just it....it is!! Spend money on assets which will make you an income, then you can use that money to buy luxuries which are liabilities.
The author speaks out quite rightly against the education system for having no teachings on financial know how, probably one of the most important lessons for anyone leaving school to learn, and again it was an obvious point that hadn't registered with me. My advice is to read this book, there will be something it in that will make you go… Read more

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