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A book summary and review of 12 Rules For Life: An Antidote To Chaos by Jordan Peterson.
In this animated summary of “The Magic of Thinking Big” by David J. Schwartz, we cover a few big ideas mentioned in the book. David Schwartz has some awesome ideas, and probably the best in this book is to always truly believe in yourself. Another great tips leads to curing and overcoming anxiety and fear of all kinds; that is to always take action. Action cures fear and always will. Learn how to get rid of any fear simply by taking action and doing something. Try to turn your anxieties into actions you can execute on for immediate help. Acquiring the success you want also composes of eliminating every excuse you’ve ever made. Excusitis is a grave problem and can lead people to live terrible, unfulfilled lives. Learn what stories you’re telling yourself and stop making excuses. Excusitis and Stickability are concepts and ideas David came up with. I recommend reading this book as it is possibly the best self-development book on positive thinking. The Magic of Thinking Big covers a wide range of thinking problems in today’s society and steps we can take to solve them.

In this animated review of "Think and Grow Rich" written by Napoleon Hill, I have summarized five main principles and concepts that benefited me the most. There are thirteen steps to achieving riches, but I took the top 5 that are most applicable for today's age, since this book is pretty old fashioned. Auto suggestion is probably the most important concept in this video. Basically, just put yourself in positions where your sub-conscious mind can put all the resources to use to achieve your goals.
In "Contagious: Why Things Catch On" by Jonah Berger, you will understand why images and new content goes viral quickly on the internet and social media. There are 6 steps that Jonah found in most of the content that has went viral in the past and he uses it as a guideline to producing more viral content. Contagious is a great book that I recommend every media marketer to read, since it has profound evidence and studies showing that the methods Jonah is using actually works. The first is social currency, which is the binary option of whether or not it makes the person sharing the post look cool and smart. The second is triggers, which reminds the customer of the product. Is it a day of the week, a time of the year, or even a meal, such as breakfast? The fifth is practical value, that is, is must be usable in every day life for best results. Putting all 6 "STEPPS" to work can create viral content effectively.
Animated core message from Ken Blanchard & Spencer Johnson's book 'The New One Minute Manager.'