by David T. Freeman
Without having the privilege of knowing you, or your interests and expectations, I find it difficult to know where to start. So I'll start with this basic but essential point:
Foremost, be willing to read! Words can not adequately describe the value of this information - it needs to be experienced. However, this may not become evident to you until you've read through a number of items; or through to the advanced items.
The Importance of Reading
Someone can summarise a year, or ten years, or an entire lifetime of valuable experiences, wisdom, research, etc., in a book which may take you only a few hours to read. The books, reports, and articles which you'll find here could be considered as the essence of condensed time. From your small investment of time in reading, you can gain so much; and the more you read, the more you can gain.
"Human beings, who are almost unique in having the ability to learn from the experience of others, are also remarkable for their apparent disinclination to do so." - Douglas Adams
As an example in practical terms:
Actually, most of this information is far more valuable than what can be expressed in dollars, because the benefits from its application can be realised in every conceivable part of everyone's lives. But if your main interest at the moment is in money, then you may prefer to start with the Millionaire Reports.
The Introductory Material
With reference to the overall name (Personal Empowerment Resources) and theme of the information provided here; Empower is usually defined as: make someone able to do something; provide someone with the means, knowledge, etc., to do something; (or authorise/license someone to do something). As to what that "something" is - is entirely up to you! - though you may also like to act on the suggestions that are made within much of this material; as well as the multitude of new opportunities which you're likely to discover. One of the aims is that you find the information useful enough that it functions as self-empowerment, for vastly enhancing your interests and abilities, achieving your goals, etc.
But before you read those items, I strongly encourage you inform yourself of the many disempowering things which almost everyone seems to be unaware of, so as to better understand and make use of the empowering things. Thus, a good way to start, is by having at least some of the answers to these questions:
What exactly is wrong with the world? How does it affect you? and why should you bother to find out and do something about it -- at least for yourself?
I suggest that you start with the first three areas (the contents of which are listed in a generally recommended reading order):
You'll probably want to explore the remaining areas on your own initiative, after reading through some of the above, so I don't think there's any need for putting anything more here. But I might be mistaken, so if you have any suggestions on how I can improve this introduction, then please contact me.
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