There's A Fortune To Be Made In The Public Domain...

Written by Paul Sanford

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Book Summary: If Life is a Game, These are the Rules

Written by Regine Azurin

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Rule seven - Others are only mirrors of you You cannot love or hate something about another person unless it reflects something you love or hate about yourself. Seerepparttar qualities that you admire in others as characteristics that you have already embraced in yourself, allow them to illuminate more clearly your own feelings of self-worth.

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Rule nine - Your answers lie inside of you

All you need to do is look, listen and trust. Many answers to life's problems are available by trusting your intuition and listening torepparttar 105239 'little voices' in your head.

Rule ten - You will forget all of this at birth Create ways to find your way back to your truth when you forget. Surround yourself with people who know your personal truth and are familiar with your authentic self. They can help keep you rooted.

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"Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because characte is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are." -John Wooden, college basketball coach

"Although they only give gold medals inrepparttar 105240 field of athletics, I encourage everyone to look into themselves and find their own personal dream, whatever that may be - sports, medicine, law, business, music, writing, whatever. The same principles apply. Turn your dream into a goal and learn how to attack that goal systematically. Break it into bite-size chunks that seem possible, and then don't give up. Just keep plugging away." - John Naber, swimmer, four-time Olympic Gold Medalist

Regine Azurin is the President of, a company that provides book summaries of the latest motivational, inspirational, self-help and personality development bestsellers.

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