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Rather than pursue a potentially great opportunity with someone who repeatedly shows, through his actions, that you’re a low priority with him, you’re almost always better off, in the long run, to deal with people who offer you less opportunity but demonstrate, through their actions, that they consider you to be a top priority. If […]

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When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.

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It’s not what happens in your life that’s important. It’s what you do about it.

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Suffering is for the purpose of arousing you, teaching you, forcing you to use your wits on the problems of your life.

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That someone had the courage to write a book like this is refreshing and promising of a return to sanity and sound judgment.

— Thomas A. Finn

I’ve been reading your books since the 1970s and have always found your writings and analyses to be nothing short of brilliant … to my thinking you’re something of a modern prophet.  You have a unique ability not only to see reality for what it is, but to communicate that view with an uncanny level of clarity … Thank you for the work you do.

— Kevin Mercadante

Thank you, Mr. Ringer. We’ve always loved how you break it all down and keep it real … and make us smile a little in the process.

— Dorothy Hughes

Your marvelous book was brought to my attention, and I read it in one sitting. I cannot begin to tell you what an impact this particular work has had on my life, both business and personal. I reread the book at least once a year, and make it required reading for all new members of my staff….having just finished the book for the eleventh time, thanks for the inspiration.

— George E. Foss III

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— S.E. Brown

I have just this moment finished your book, Winning through Intimidation. It is brilliant and absolutely right…Thank you a hundred times for writing it. The future is going to go better (for me) from now on.

— John Polack

Your philosophy is brilliant. It helped change my life!

— Renee Christensen

I have, in the past, written letters of appreciation to 2 authors. One was to Ayn Rand for all her works, the other was to Harry Browne for his How I Found Freedom in an Unfree World. In my letters I thanked the authors for writing them. You, sir, are number three. Thank you for Winning through Intimidation.

— Mike Olson

You are certainly a gifted writer, and I always enjoy your articles.  I find that they normally challenge me to think in ways I haven’t before as well reinforce how much personal responsibility we need to take for our actions.

— Edward Papp

It was so good to see you after having read all your books and admired your philosophy for so long.  As I mentioned at the seminar, your work has helped to change my life.  I am making much more now than I ever dreamed possible just a few short years ago.  Thank you for taking the time and effort to put these together.

— Terry L. Brock

I received my book and recording of Robert Ringer’s Classics, Volume I. I loved it and couldn’t put it down. The material was new and fresh to me. Immediately after reading it, I began instituting many of its suggestions into my life and currently feel focused and determined to succeed. … Tell Robert thanks for me. He is truly my greatest personal hero and an example to follow.

— Gary Waltrip

Congratulations on your excellent book, Winning through Intimidation. I’m almost through with the third reading, and enjoying it more than the first or second….I am an elementary school principle trying to break into the ranks of the superintendents….Your book has given me many new and interesting ideas to try in my search….Again, hardy congratulations on an interesting, mind expanding, and fascinating book.

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— Pete DiOrio

Just a quick note to let you know how much I enjoyed your seminar last week. … When I got home I used my notes to give your seminar to my wife.  Now we are both properly focused, and feeling much more positive about our situation.

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