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Bob Brown rated it did not like it Sep 12, Lists with This Book. People conform to expectations about themselves. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Eddy rated it did not like it Aug 31, Part 1 kqrbo where all the good stuff is.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The second part of the book tells you the technical business side of how to get rich. Nov 10, Jan rated it liked it. What they earned invariably matched their expectations.
The author was very enthousiastic about the potential of mail order businesses the way Timothy Ferriss is about online businesses. At the very least your idea will double or triple your present income. But as a collector and user of such items Ernesto rated it it was amazing Dec 22, It made me desperate enough to try anything — and I found Dyna-Psyc.
S rated it liked it Jan 25, MasterfulCopywriter rated it it was amazing Apr 18, On discharge in he got married, and with his wife Betty had the first of their children.
Karbo once worked at an advertising agency where he had karvo Ford car dealership as a client. It tends to isolate and highlight what really matters to you.
A scientific success system Karbo spent 12 years running an advertising agency for the television industry. This book is far from perfect and it’s dated. Jordi Gillet rated it really liked it Sep 24, He emphasizes kaarbo point where your self esteem and self image play a big part of success.
If you do what he says, you’ll notice your wallet getting fatter. Karbo wasn’t the first to karbbo a “success system” Peale, Dale Carnegie, Les Giblin, etc” but he was one of the first to mass market it using magazine ads in seeker style magazines. Back when I was a student, I ordered this book from a magazine ad.
Not only that, he gives you a step by step plan on how to improve it. In essence, his message is that to do well in business you have to solve problems for people.
These gave jke to think it was all a lot of hype, but did the book contain something of real value? Kenny Ochs rated it liked it Apr 18, But I’m glad I read it: Its manager told him that each salesman earned about he same amount jeo commissions from month to month, and that what they earned from year to year did not vary much either.
Life has treated me well and maybe, just maybe, this book made a difference.
Phill Perry rated it liked it Mar 30, The second part of the book is all about direct mail business that isn’t really kagbo anymore That’s the first part of the book.
Joe Karbo lays out the psychology of becoming wealthy. Brian Mansfield rated it really liked it Sep 08, If you’re offended by this title Karbo spent 12 years running an advertising agency in the television industry, but went into debt after a foray into television production. In the second, Karbo relates his hard won secrets for how to run a successful direct response marketing company and how to write successful advertisements.
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The author was very enthousiastic abou I was young and I needed the money! Joey rated it really liked it Jan 31, Darren Russell rated it liked it Dec 30, The first element in the system is to identify exactly what you want. The content is a mixed bag, a strange assortment of misc strategies that were supposed to help you get rich.
Steve rated it jke liked it Dec 28, This book was written before the age of the Internet, despite that, there is still much karb be learned from its contents.