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Grow in Authority.

"I wrote my first book in 1996 because I desired to tell the world what I think about God, Family, America, Politics, Culture, Business and Success. I have never been shy. I believe being bold about what my convictions is what makes me strong. Being an American makes me proud.
Learn how to speak with authority also, but reading my books, after all America needs to hear our voice."

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Success Book Combo2-Weaver-The-Rope-and-7Principles
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Seven Principles of Success-Book

  1. "Success is a verb, not a noun.
    It is based upon what you are doing, not what you are thinking.
  2. No one’s opinion of you should mean more to you than your opinion of you. 
  3. Wisdom comes not from the journey, but from the experiences along the way. 
  4. If you compromise on your principles, you have none. 
  5. If you are not willing to sacrifice, you are not willing to succeed. 
  6. A dream is something you think you can do; a goal is something you are doing. 
  7. Truth is eternal and unchangeable and does not submit itself to the thoughts, hopes, or actions of man."
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Economical Book

There is a culture of success and a culture of failure. Which do you have? A culture of success watches and grows. It continues to define successful traits that lead to personal, individual freedoms.


Political Book

It is OK to believe in yourself. It is OK to have confidence in your own ability. It is OK to love your woman enough to marry her and live with her. It is OK to challenge yourself to fail or succeed on your own. 


Cultural Book

A diamond has become a diamond because it has gone through the pressures. Some could have been diamonds are lying broken in a pile of dust. Visualizing what could have been, even should have been.