Robert J. Ringer (born 1938) is an American entrepreneur, motivational and political speaker and author of several best-selling personal-development and political books.
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Topics discussed include reactions from readers, questions about Action! and Winning Through Intimidation, how he became a writer, his venture in New Zealand, religion and his next book
All I can do is go by what readers say in their letters to me, and what comes through most often is that they simply like what I have to say and how I say it. It's not all that complicated. Interestingly, publishers don't understand this. Most of them have absolutely no interest in the quality of the writing. ... Years ago I remember presenting an outline to a publisher, and his response was that 'there are already a lot of books published on that subject.' He just couldn't comprehend that what separates books on the same subject is the writing."
Contents: The Action Phenomenon - Truth-Based Action - Value-Oriented Action - Virtue-Based Action - People Taxes and Action - Freedom and Action - Self-Disciplined Action - Adversity and Action - The Endgame of Action: Happiness
- ISBN 1590770587: Hardcover, M. Evans and Company, 2004
Contents: Looking Out for Number One - The Reality Hurdle - The Intimidation Hurdle - The Crusade Hurdle - The Financial Hurdle - The People Hurdle - The Friendship Hurdle - The Love Hurdle - The Starting Line
Contents: The Reality Habit - The Attitude Habit - The Perspective Habit - The Present Living Habit - The Morality Habit - The Human Relations Habit - The Simplicity Habit - The Drain People Elimination Habit - The Self-Discipline Habit - The Action Habit
Rewritten and retitled edition of Winning Through Intimidation (later  editions, restored the original title)
Partial contents: Shattering the Myths - Replacing the Myths - My Three Unforgettable Professors at Screw U. - Using Posture Power to Get the Ball - Advancing the Ball to Midfield - Scoring -The Return of The Tortoise - Answer: Not to be Intimidated
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