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    Lightbulb Looking for MGTOW/Red-pill books, entrepreneur books, and Masculinity books. I have a few collections already.

    There's some books I need to get later. And most I have already.

    Books I currently have:

    Books for men (red pill and masculinity books)

    Jack Donovan's Books:

    1. The Way of Men
    2. Becoming a Barbarian
    3. A More Complete Beast
    4. Fire in the Dark: Men and Gods

    5. Blood Brotherhood and other Rites of Male Alliance



    REV. Lawrence Shannon's Books:

    1. The Predatory Female: A field guide to Dating and The Marriage-Divorce Industry



    Mike Cernovich's Books:

    1.Danger & Play: Essays on Embracing Masculinity


    Greg Adams's Books:

    1. Free Agent Lifestyle: Men's Guide To Peace, Quiet and Freedom



    Esther Vilar's Books:

    1. The Manipulated man


    Rollo Tomassi's Books:

    1. The Rational Male
    2. The Rational Male: Preventative Medicine
    3. The Rational Male: Positive Masculinity





    Self Helps books:

    Mark Manson's Books:

    1. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F#CK



    Admiral William H. McRaven's Books:

    1. Make Your Bed: Little Things that Can Change Your life ... And Maybe the WORLD



    50 cent and Robert Greene's books:

    1. The 50th Law


    Robert Greene's Books:

    1. The 48 Laws of Power
    2. Mastery


    Donald Trump's books:

    1. Think Big: Make it Happen in Business and Life


    Joel Osteen's books:

    1. You Can, You Will



    Ryan James's Books:

    1. STOICISM: INTRODUCTION TO THE STOIC WAY OF LIFE




    Books on wealth and entrepreneurships:

    Adam Smith's books:

    1. The Wealth of Nations


    Napoleon Hill's Books:

    1. Think and Grow Rich


    George S. Clason's books

    1. The Richest Man in Babylon



    Books on Real Estate:

    Grant Cardone's Books:

    1. How to create Wealth Investing in Real Estate




    Additional Books:

    1. Mgtow Musings Volume 1 by Happy Humble Hermit.
    2. Tao of MGTOW by The Solitary Wolf (very rare)



    Books I need to get:


    1. A Sky without Eagles by Jack Donovan
    2. The Art of War by Sun Tzu
    3. The Feminist Lie: It was never about Equality by Bob Lewis
    4.


    and other books, etc.

    (I might add more If I find more interesting books somewhere)
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    Re: Looking for MGTOW/Red-pill books, entrepreneur books, and Masculinity books. I have a few collections already.

    i just bought The Art of War by Sun Tzu. It was recommended by another mgtow here. It should arrive next week.

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    Re: Looking for MGTOW/Red-pill books, entrepreneur books, and Masculinity books. I have a few collections already.

    Quote Originally Posted by UnKnownSurviving View Post
    i just bought The Art of War by Sun Tzu. It was recommended by another mgtow here. It should arrive next week.
    In this day and age?

    YOU'RE GONNA NEED IT!

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    Re: Looking for MGTOW/Red-pill books, entrepreneur books, and Masculinity books. I have a few collections already.

    Quote Originally Posted by mgtower View Post
    In this day and age?

    YOU'RE GONNA NEED IT!
    Yeah. I'm looking to increase my knowledge for lot of things I need and that I'm working on my goals.

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    Re: Looking for MGTOW/Red-pill books, entrepreneur books, and Masculinity books. I have a few collections already.

    Art of War was a good one, i liked Rich dad poor dad also. I'd say go for one of Dave Ramsey's books even though I really don't like the guy for personal reasons. Him and Grant Cardone are polar opposites with debt but both have some great points. Helped me get into buying index funds and multifamily real estate.

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    Re: Looking for MGTOW/Red-pill books, entrepreneur books, and Masculinity books. I have a few collections already.

    Quote Originally Posted by Radiohead108 View Post
    Art of War was a good one, i liked Rich dad poor dad also. I'd say go for one of Dave Ramsey's books even though I really don't like the guy for personal reasons. Him and Grant Cardone are polar opposites with debt but both have some great points. Helped me get into buying index funds and multifamily real estate.

    Yeah. I have Rich Dad, Poor Dad, and I started reading it. I don't know why I stopped. Perhaps I should start reading it again. Yeah, I heard of Grant Cardone on facebook, so I'm like, is this legit? About Real Estates?? So I started reading into it, and it has good information, that I could start doing real estates on my own or with trusted partner. I'm about 64% into book, so I'll be done with it, soon.

    There's a lot of books I'm currently reading. Some of those books are listed here.

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    Re: Looking for MGTOW/Red-pill books, entrepreneur books, and Masculinity books. I have a few collections already.

    Quote Originally Posted by Radiohead108 View Post
    Art of War was a good one, i liked Rich dad poor dad also. I'd say go for one of Dave Ramsey's books even though I really don't like the guy for personal reasons. Him and Grant Cardone are polar opposites with debt but both have some great points. Helped me get into buying index funds and multifamily real estate.

    Actually, I don't quite like Dave Ramsey for number of reasons. Ramsey is very generic to the masses, because he's on the radio. Not one to talk about specific individual's personal plan and freedom on wealth. So he's extremely generic for those reasons.

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    Re: Looking for MGTOW/Red-pill books, entrepreneur books, and Masculinity books. I have a few collections already.

    Quote Originally Posted by UnKnownSurviving View Post
    Actually, I don't quite like Dave Ramsey for number of reasons. Ramsey is very generic to the masses, because he's on the radio. Not one to talk about specific individual's personal plan and freedom on wealth. So he's extremely generic for those reasons.
    Yeah Dave Ramsey's "get out of personal debt, budget, and live in your means" is fantastic advice for everyone. However, pushing people into actively managed funds, saying all debt is bad, saying not to have a credit score, and not utilize credit cards is terrible advice. Leverage for real estate is literally it's biggest pro as long as you don't overleverage yourself. You know what every trillion dollar company like Amazon or tesla has? A crapload of GOOD debt. Also I hate his religious views and the way he treats his employees. Dude is a sick cultist and a simple Google search can prove that working for him is a nightmare. Nothing against the religious folks here but he needs to tone that way down. He is entertaining from time to time and I like the southern draw.

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    Re: Looking for MGTOW/Red-pill books, entrepreneur books, and Masculinity books. I have a few collections already.

    Dave Ramsey's "get out of personal debt, budget, and live in your means" is actually meant for those with terrible financial mess. So its's helpful for them.

    I have a great book, called, "What would the Rockefellers Do?". It explains how the wealthy get and stay that way, and how you can too.

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    Re: Looking for MGTOW/Red-pill books, entrepreneur books, and Masculinity books. I have a few collections already.

    I just added a very rare mgtow book, to the list. You won't find this book anywhere.

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    Re: Looking for MGTOW/Red-pill books, entrepreneur books, and Masculinity books. I have a few collections already.

    Quote Originally Posted by UnKnownSurviving View Post
    I just added a very rare mgtow book, to the list. You won't find this book anywhere.
    Oooh, very mysterious! lol

    Here are some books in the red pill space that I've enjoyed (which aren't on your list):

    1. Rise of Men, by Manhood Shitty Shit (not his real name)
    2. Gynocentrism, by Peter Wright
    3. Men on Strike, Helen Smith
    4. Go Your Own Way, by Paul Elam and Peter Wright
    5. No More Mr. Nice Guy, by Robert Glover

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    Re: Looking for MGTOW/Red-pill books, entrepreneur books, and Masculinity books. I have a few collections already.

    Red Pill Scifi Author... Jack Vance. Recommend .... Rhialto the Marvellous. In the future, the Earth is dying and witches attempt to take over and turn men into feminist simps. It falls to Rhialto the Wizard to stop the plot of the witches...
    Araminta Station series
    Mysterious crimes are committed on a planet of naturalists. Eventually, police detective Glawen Clattuck discovers a hidden feminist cult that is aimed at genetically modifying men into part women trannies and destroy the Patriarchy....
    Many of Jack Vance novels in a similar outlook... Such as
    The Chasch (Tschai Book 1) Kindle Edition The starship Explorator IV is destroyed after entering orbit around the planet Tschai. Adam Reith's scout ship is en route to the surface when the attack occurs, and is damaged in the explosion; Reith crash-lands and is separated from his ship. He finds a world full of violence, where four non-human races rule: the Chasch, the Dirdir, the Wannek, and the Pnume. Humans are present, but dominated by the other races. In this volume Reith sets out to regain his scout ship, and makes his way to Dadiche, ruled by the Blue Chasch and their human servants. Along the way he finds loyal friends, and challenges social inequities with the same aplomb that he rescues fair maidens (from a bizarre cult of fat ugly feminist priestesses that sacrifice young beautiful women in a frenzy of envy and rage . . . )

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    Re: Looking for MGTOW/Red-pill books, entrepreneur books, and Masculinity books. I have a few collections already.

    The unchained man by Caleb Jones, Brilliantly covers Red Pill, masculinity and being an entrepreneur all in one go.



    Men are becoming MGTOW by the millions, most without ever having heard the term. They are simply doing what all living organisms finding themselves in a toxic environment do. They adapt to it or remove themselves from it. Females are not liking either the adaptations or the removal.

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    Re: Looking for MGTOW/Red-pill books, entrepreneur books, and Masculinity books. I have a few collections already.

    Not a MGTOW book, but defiantly masculine. Vigilante days and ways, by Nathaniel p. Langford.

    1860's Montana was plagued by a secret gang of outlaws, and Sheriff Henry Plummer was their leader. They robbed and killed prospectors for years and got away with it. Then the miner's found out about the gang, including all their names. In the Montana winter the roads were closed by snow so the gang couldn't leave the country. A vigilante committee was organized and just about every one of the bad guys were caught and unceremoniously hung. The miners had been getting robbed and killed for years and when they caught these crooks, they showed no mercy whatsoever.

    My copy was rewritten somewhere along the line. Pioneer spelling and grammar usually leave something to be desired. I saw another copy that wasn't rewritten, and it was rough.
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