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2020, book 37: “I made up my mind, then and there, that I would get the necessary million dollars within a week.” — Napoleon Hill


2020, book 36: “Based on limitations in our physiology, our mind routinely fills in gaps that our eyes don’t see. We also fill in our relational blind spots based on past experiences — good and bad.” — Miles McPherson


2020, book 35: “It’s much easier to act like a Christian than react like one. You cannot control how people treat you but you can always control how you treat others.” — Mark Batterson


2020, book 34: “Follow your own path with belief in every step while creating your destination you will reach! Stop looking at the person in front of you and be the person in you.” — Resmond Richardson


2020, book 33: “(There is a) phonetic code for remembering longer sequences of numbers. Each number has an associated consonant sound — Art Benjamin


2020, book #32: “People don’t create wealth because they never invest enough in a deal to get a big payoff. Significant wealth creators make big plays, not little ones.” — Grant Cardone


2020, book #31: “3, 12, 120. Typically there are 3 very influential people, 12 who have a big impact, and 120 you can’t go without mentioning.” — Andy Crouch


2020, book #30: “One way or another, your success depends on what is happening in the economy — and the degree to which you do your research and are able to interpret your findings will be a deciding factor in your success.” — Manny Khoshbin


2020, book 29: “As a leader, I am always asking myself, Am I helping others make progress? I am vigilant about how I spend my time, with whom I am spending it, how it fits into the bigger picture, and whether it produces results.” — John Maxwell


2020, book #28: “In a world of scarcity, there is no free lunch, there is always going to be an opportunity cost to be paid.” — Randall Bartlett

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