Ehsan Ghanbari

Business, Travel, Books

Think like a champion by Donald Trump

It’s for a long time that I’ve been reading motivational books, and I will definitely do it forever. Don’t doubt that even very very successful people read motivational quotes and books every day. I had been heard about the written books by Donald trump but I hadn't been honored to read them. I found a nice one named: “Think like a champion”. I don’t know how to describe this one!

In the forward of the book written by Robert Kiyosaki, I saw a nice praise and of course a fact about Trump: “most of the people are three, they think one thing, they say something else and finally they do not do what they say or think! But Donald Trump is one!

To tell you the truth, although it seems that he is just a business man with a bunch a real world experiences; but after reading this book you would probably find out that why he is now the president of the united states of America! Don’t hesitate on starting this book, Do it right now! I’m listening the content of the book beneath:

 

  • CONTENTS
  • Barack Obama Election Ushers in
  • a Different World 1
  • Essays, Assets, and Stephen King 3
  • Innovation 7
  • The Importance of Being a Team Player 11
  • An Early Thanksgiving 13
  • Learning Is a New Beginning 15
  • Learn to Think on Your Feet 19
  • Strive for Wholeness 23
  • Give Your Higher Self a Chance 27
  • Wisdom 31
  • The More You Learn, the More You
  • Realize What You Don’t Know 35
  • Think Like a Champion 39
  • I View My Work as an Art Form 43
  • Building Connected Thoughts 47
  • Confronting Your Fears 51
  • Imagination: A Key to Financial Savvy 55
  • Is Business Success a Natural Talent? 57
  • Keep It Short, Fast, and Direct 61
  • Have the Right Mindset for the Job 65
  • Momentum Is Something You Have
  • to Work at to Maintain 69
  • Learn from Setbacks and Mistakes 73
  • Tell People About Your Success 77
  • Prescience 81
  • The Shock Market 83
  • Financial Literacy 85
  • Destiny 89
  • Each Success Is the Beginning
  • of the Next One 93
  • There Are Times When You Should Move On 97
  • Keep the Big Picture in Mind 101
  • Get the Best People You Can 105
  • Winners See Problems as Just Another
  • Way to Prove Themselves 109
  • viii
  • CONTENTS
  • Scotland: You’re Hired! 113
  • Develop a Tempo When You’re Working 117
  • You Can Better Your Best at Any Time 121
  • They Thought I Was Doing So Well 123
  • It’s Not Personal—It’s Business 127
  • Think Like a Genius 131
  • Go Against the Tide 135
  • Think Positively 139
  • People Have Different Ways of Achieving Results 143
  • Discover and Live Your Purpose 147
  • Set the Standard 151
  • Go with Your Gut 155
  • Know Your Audience 157
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Rogue Wave 161
  • Building Your Reputation 169
  • “The Harder I Work, the Luckier I Get” 173
  • How to Get Rich 177
  • Work with People You Like 181
  • In Addition to Business: What the
  • Successful Person Needs to Know 185
  • Donald J. Trump’s Recommended Reading 189
  • Index 191

 



Learn to Speak French Workbook

Today I'm gonna introduce you a nice and complete book about learning French language. It's been more than a decade that I've started learning French but unfortunately it's not been continuously. During the years I've seen and sometimes read a lot of books about French. Although reading the book does not suffice on learning a language but it would be helpful of course.

"Learn to Speak French, Workbook (The Learning Company)" by Linda S. Leppig is the title of the book that I'm talking about and I've approximately read it. You can get the book from amazon Online store. To tell you in detail about this book I'm listing the content of the book below:

 

  • Basic Phrases...................................................1
  • GREETINGS AND FAREWELLS ..........................................1
  • GETTING INFORMATION .................................................2
  • INTRODUCTIONS ............................................................3
  • GETTING ACQUAINTED .....................................................4
  • MAKING FRIENDS ............................................................5
  • Story and Action Dialogues ............................. 7
  • TRAVEL............................................................................7
  • Asking for Directions .............................................................. 7
  • Checking into a Hotel .............................................................. 8
  • Maid Service ........................................................................... 9
  • Making a Phone Call ............................................................. 10
  • Room Service ........................................................................ 12
  • Buying a Train Ticket ........................................................... 13
  • At the Airport ....................................................................... 14
  • Taking the Metro .................................................................. 15
  • SHOPPING .......................................................17
  • At the Bakery ........................................................................ 17
  • Shopping for Groceries............................................ 19
  • At the Butcher Shop ............................................................ 21
  • Shopping for Clothes ........................................................... 23
  • Shopping for Sundries ......................................................... 24
  • Comparison Shopping ......................................................... 26
  • EVERYDAY LIFE .................................................28
  • Greetings and Introductions................................................ 28
  • Small Talk .......................................................................... 29
  • At a Café .............................................................................. 30
  • The Family........................................................................... 31
  • Traffic Mishaps .................................................................. 33
  • LEARN TO SPEAK FRENCH
  • ii
  • Labor Day ............................................................... 35
  • Dining Out ............................................................. 37
  • Under the Weather ................................................. 39
  • Reporting a Theft ................................................... 41
  • An Evening Out ....................................................... 43
  • An Invitation ......................................................... 45
  • At the Hair Salon ................................................... 47
  • Finding an Apartment ........................................... 49
  • Moving Day .......................................................... 51
  • Locked Out ........................................................... 53
  • Fire! ...................................................................... 55
  • Grammar Topics .................................57
  • NOUNS...........................................................57
  • Gender of Nouns......................................................... 57
  • Indefinite Articles ......................................................... 57
  • Definite Articles..................................................................... 58
  • Contractions with À and Le ................................................. 59
  • Contractions with De and Le ................................................ 59
  • Negation of “Some”.............................................................. 59
  • Demonstrative Adjectives ..................................................... 60
  • PRONOUNS .......................................................61
  • Subject Pronouns .................................................................. 61
  • Direct Object Pronouns ................................................... 62
  • Pronoun On ..................................................................... 63
  • Pronoun Y ....................................................................... 64
  • Indirect Object ................................................................. 64
  • Pronoun En ...................................................................... 65
  • Celui and Lequel............................................................. 66
  • Stressed Pronouns ........................................................... 67
  • Order and Position of Object Pronouns .......................... 68
  • Pronouns in the Perfect ................................................... 68
  • Impersonal On and Se ................................................... 69
  • Relative Pronouns ........................................................... 70
  • Pronoun Review .............................................................. 71
  • iii
  • Contents
  • ADJECTIVES ............................................................72
  • Gender, Number, and Definite Articles ..................................... 72
  • Nationalities ............................................................................... 73
  • Possession: Mon ......................................................................... 74
  • Possession: Ton, Votre ................................................................ 74
  • Possession: Notre....................................................................... 75
  • Possession: Son, Leur ................................................................. 75
  • Interrogative Adjective Quel ...................................................... 76
  • VERBS ...........................................................77
  • Conjugation ........................................................................... 77
  • Regular -er Verbs ................................................................... 77
  • Regular -re Verbs ................................................................... 78
  • Regular -ir Verbs .................................................................... 79
  • Aller ....................................................................................... 80
  • Aller + Infinitive .................................................................... 80
  • Avoir ...................................................................................... 80
  • Boire ...................................................................................... 81
  • Connaître ............................................................................... 82
  • Devoir .................................................................................... 82
  • Dire ........................................................................................ 83
  • Écrire ..................................................................................... 84
  • Être ....................................................................................... 85
  • Faire ....................................................................................... 85
  • Faire + Infinitive .................................................................... 86
  • Mettre ................................................................................... 86
  • Partir, Venir, Voir ................................................................... 87
  • Plaire .............................................................................. 88
  • Pouvoir ......................................................................... 88
  • Prendre ........................................................................... 89
  • Recevoir ......................................................................... 90
  • Savoir ............................................................................. 90
  • To Know ........................................................................ 91
  • Tenir .............................................................................. 92
  • Vouloir ........................................................................... 93
  • Commands ..................................................................... 93
  • Let’s ............................................................................... 94
  • LEARN TO SPEAK FRENCH
  • iv
  • Il faut ................................................................................... 94
  • Pronominal (Reflexive) Verbs .............................................. 94
  • The Perfect............................................................................ 96
  • The Perfect with Avoir ........................................................... 97
  • The Perfect with Être ............................................................ 98
  • Monter, Descendre, Sortir..................................................... 99
  • Past Participles of Regular Verbs........................................... 99
  • Past Participles of Irregular Verbs ...................................... 100
  • Polite Requests ................................................................... 100
  • The Imperfect (Imparfait) ................................................... 101
  • The Perfect vs. the Imperfect.............................................. 102
  • The Future Tense ................................................................. 103
  • The Conditional ................................................................... 104
  • Time Expressions................................................................ 105
  • Past Perfect (Plus-que-parfait) ............................................ 106
  • Passive Voice ...................................................................... 106
  • Present Participle ................................................................. 107
  • Subjunctive: Use ................................................................. 108
  • Subjunctive: Formation ....................................................... 109
  • Verbs and Infinitives ............................................................111
  • Verb Review .........................................................................113
  • Review of Tenses ................................................................119
  • ADVERBS .........................................................123
  • Adverbs............................................................................... 123
  • Il y a (ago).......................................................................... 125
  • Depuis, Pour, Pendant......................................................... 125
  • SENTENCE STRUCTURE .....................................127
  • Chez ..................................................................................... 127
  • Negation ............................................................................ 127
  • Nothing, Nobody ................................................................. 128
  • Yes / No Questions .............................................................. 129
  • Inversion Questions ............................................................. 129
  • Qu’est-ce que ...................................................................... 130
  • Qu’est-ce qui...................................................................... 130
  • Quel...! and Que...! .............................................................. 131
  • Conjunctions .................................................................... 132
  • Que as Conjunction .......................................................... 133
  • Plus and Moins ................................................................ 134
  • Comparative ................................................................... 134
  • Superlative ............................................................. 134
  • Si Clauses .............................................................. 135
  • EXPRESSIONS.....................................................136
  • Voici / Il y a ........................................................................... 136
  • Question Words .................................................................... 136
  • Avoir Expressions ............................................................... 137
  • Être Expressions ................................................................... 138
  • Faire Expressions................................................................. 139
  • Linking Elements................................................................. 139
  • TIME AND DATES ..............................................140
  • Telling Time .......................................................................... 140
  • Expressing Dates .................................................................. 141
  • Months ..................................................................... 141
  • NUMBERS ..........................................143
  • Numbers 1–101 ....................................................................... 143
  • Grammar Exercises.................................145
  • Exercise Answers.................................... 189
  • Vocabulary.............................................205
  • Appendices............................................223
  • APPENDIX A: ARTICLE WORDS ...............................223
  • APPENDIX B: PERSONAL PRONOUNS ....................224
  • APPENDIX C: VERB REVIEW ..................................225
  • APPENDIX D: GRAMMAR GLOSSARY ......................231
  • Indices ....................................................241
  • DIALOGUES INDEX ...............................................241
  • GRAMMAR INDEX .................................................242

 



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Ehsan Ghanbari

Hi! my name is Ehsan. I'm a developer, passionate technologist, and fan of clean code. I'm interested in enterprise and large-scale applications architecture and design patterns. I spend a lot of time on software architecture. Since 2008, I've been as a developer for different companies and organizations and I've been focusing on Microsoft ecosystem all the time. During the past years, Read More

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