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I have not read either of these but am now very interested in both after reading this post. The books that have held my attention and impacted are those that are based on a foundation of integrity and good old fashioned values. Those things are never out of style. Thank you for the excellent write up I can't wait to read and learn.

@Ed - It was a good find!

@Ricardo - there is just something to the most basic things in life that is so attractive. It keeps coming back to integrity and values...

Valeria,

"The Four Agreements" was given to me as a gift some time ago...and it's a great read! I definitely recommend it to everyone. In life, your word is all you got. And in order to succeed and get to the top you have to do your best in what you're doing right now!

Best,
RB

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