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Think Like a Champion: An Informal Education In Business and Life Kindle Edition

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Length: 231 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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"(E)ntertaining and valuable account of how to play the Trump card... I (found) his stories valuable and entertaining. In particular, the chapter titles are snappy and motivational. Trump's advice is that we should never think our way is the only way. Perhaps his readers should keep that in mind." -The Irish Times "Donald's wisdom is priceless-it's the perfect book at the perfect time." -Robert Kiyosaki, New York Times bestselling author of Rich Brother Rich Sister"

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Over the years, Donald Trump, America’s most popular entrepreneur and currently a Republican presidential candidate, has written many bestselling books, but he has also written shorter essays that encompass his philosophy about how to live life to the fullest, both personally and professionally. In these pieces, which have been personally selected by Trump for this book, he gives his special perspective in what amounts to an “informal education” about success in business and in life. With a foreword by Rich Dad, Poor Dad, author Robert Kiyosaki, Trump’s business acumen is on full display in such essays as:
 
*Keep the Big Picture in Mind,
*Essays, Assets, and Stephen King,
*Imagination: A Key to Financial Savvy
*Financial Literacy
*Think Like a Genius
*How to Get Rich

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 513 KB
  • Print Length: 231 pages
  • Publisher: Vanguard Press; Reprint edition (March 30 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003EGVD58
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #99,665 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book wasn't as I expected it to be. Be sure to read carefully. THIS IS A POCKET BOOK. The content is good but I didn't expect it to be a pocket book. I wouldn't have purchased it if I knew.
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The books is a compilation of small "essays" that are preceded by a quote from a famous person. The intent is to read one every day or so as opposed to reading right through the book.

I had a number of issues with this book.

1. There is not much content. Total read time is about 90mins tops. The book is about 3" x 3" and fits into your pocket. There are about 186 pages of what he refers to as essays, which are really only about two to four small paragraphs. While this book is not intended to be read in one sitting, the total amount written would not likely fit into 30 typed pages in a normal sized book.

2. Most of the discussions are common sense items with a few snippets of useful information surrounded by filler and feel good statements. The quotes are good at the beginning of each discussion (there are no chapters, just topics), but are not earth shattering and are fairly commonly heard in many other books.

3. He does not highlight much detail on how he became why he did and how he overcame problems. He says he had a problem, had a positive attitude, and everything worked out. Sorry, but there are several steps that are missing in that.

I own several of his other books which I like (the George Ross one on negotiating that Trump forwarded was particularly good) but was really disappointed at this one. I am considering returning it and can't honestly recommend it. While the advice is good, it is not something new but advice that is obvious.
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The shipment was fast and book in perfect shape!
I recommend all the time!
I`ll enjoy my reading very much!
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I enjoyed reading this book.
The essays are mostly two to four pages long.
Trump's writing style is very clear and too the point, making this book very easy to read.
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Everything in this little pocket book which could be read in 30min to 1 hour is practical common sense. I'd rather recommend reading the real book. Actually maybe not, this is just another traditional self help book. Not worth the money, not worth your time. You're better off blowing your money at the movie theatre or buying lotto tickets.
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