Author(s): Richard G. Nixon
A unique guide on how to live life richly, successfully, joyously, and lazily This bestselling personal and business success guide was first published in 1973 and has sold nearly 4 million copies. The Lazy Man's Way to Riches, 30th Anniversary Edition has been revised, updated, and expanded for a whole new generation of readers. This new edition includes material on just about every subject contained in the first edition and all new material on how to use the Internet to achieve your professional and personal goals. This 30th Anniversary Edition also includes contributions from well-known fans of the book, including Stephen Covey, Robert Allen, and Mark Victor Hansen. This guide will lead individuals to discover their dreams and desires, and then help them put a program together to achieve these goals. The first half of The Lazy Man's Way to Riches outlines ways to break self-destructive habits such as the inability to make decisions or negative self-talk and develop new ones to counteract them. The second half reveals the secrets to such invaluable business skills as starting a business and developing effective marketing skills.
Chapter 1: The Secret of Success. Chapter 2: The Keys to Success and Riches. Chapter 3: Do You Have What It Takes? Chapter 4: Yes, You Can Have Everything You Want! Chapter 5: A Successful Journey-Onward! Chapter 6: Tools You Need to Get What You Want. Chapter 7: Turning Your Desires into Goals. Chapter 8: Turning Goals into Reality. Chapter 9: How Long Will It Take? Chapter 10: Discovering Your Subconscious Computer. Chapter 11: Where Are You Now? Chapter 12: Focus on Your Destination, Not Your Problem. Chapter 13: What Is My Purpose in Life? Chapter 14: Setting Unbelievable (but Attainable) Goals. Chapter 15: Attitudes-Your Biggest Roadblocks. Chapter 16: Everything Changes, Why Not You? Chapter 17: The Turning Points. Chapter 18: Post-Hypnotic Suggestions (AKA Behavioral Triggers). Chapter 19: Change Your Habits, Change Your Life. Chapter 20: Today's Inadequate You-Tomorrows? Chapter 21: I Can Be My Own Worst Enemy-or My Own Best Friend. Chapter 22: Making Your Life as Good as It Can Be. Chapter 23: Is Fear Holding You Back? Chapter 24: Eliminate the Negative. Chapter 25: Balancing Your Life-What a Concept. Chapter 26: Who's Drawing Your Reality Map? Chapter 27: The Cycle of Destruction. Chapter 28: Accepting "Response-Ability". Chapter 29: Turn Your "Have-To's" into "Choose-To's". Chapter 30: Self-Talk, a Rut or a Rocket. Chapter 31: Taking Charge of Your Mind. Chapter 32: Rehearsing Success. Chapter 33: Dumping Your Excess Baggage. Chapter 34: Man Does Not Work for Bread Alone. Chapter 35: The World's Most Exciting Business. Chapter 36: Techniques for Getting Unusual Ideas. Chapter 37: Formula for Sales Success. Chapter 38: Evaluating Your Ideas. Chapter 39: Setting the Best Price. Chapter 40: Running a Smart Business. Chapter 41: Eight Tips to Save You Money. Chapter 42: How to Write Successful Ads. Chapter 43: How to Get the Best Buys in Time and Space. Chapter 44: The Internet-an Overview. Chapter 45: Why Should You Do Business On-Line? Chapter 46: Riches in Cyberspace. Chapter 47: Creating a Successful On-Line Presence. Chapter 48: Planning for On-Line Success. Chapter 49: An Effective Web Site-by Design. Chapter 50: Marketing Your Web Site (Not Your Product). Chapter 51: Marketing Your Product On-Line-the Direct Response Way. Chapter 52: Outsourcing-Working with Outside Vendors. Chapter 53: E-Zine, the On-Line Silver Bullet. Chapter 54: Building Your E-Zine as an Asset. Index.