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Post by Nagerusu »

Hello everybody!
I'm a 27-year old IT-Developer from the province of Antwerp in Belgium.

I've been on a quest for a better life since 2008 and I've used ERE as one of my sources of inspiration.

I finally took the time to register on the forum, so I could join the interesting discussion regarding ERE... ^^

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Post by Sven »

Welcome to the ERE forum! Nice to see there are other Belgians going through this kind of sites/thinking about an ERE related lifestyle! :-)
I wish you good luck with the quest and hope you already made some good progress!
Could you share some of your sources of inspiration? Thanks!

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Post by Nagerusu »

Sources of inspiration regarding ERE

http://money.howstuffworks.com/personal ... ollars.htm



The audio books of Rich Dad Poor Dad

The audio books of David Bach - The Automatic Millionaire


The audio books of Wallace D. Wattles - Science of getting rich

The audio books of Brian Tracy - 21 Absolutely Unbreakable Laws of Money

The audio books of Brian Tracy - 21 Success Secrets of Self-Made Millionaires

The audio books of Brian Tracy - Make a Million

The audio books of Anthony Robbins - Get The Edge

The audio books of Napoleon Hill - Think and Grow Rich
Sources of inspiration regarding personal development


The audio books of Brian Tracy - 21 Ways To Get The Job You Want


Everything I could find about living in an RV.

Everything I could find about tumbleweed houses.

Everything I could find about traditional japanese houses (especially pictures of the inside)
And I read all blogs in Jacobs blogroll and continued to read many blogs on those blog's blogrolls etc.

Quotes I find, regarding ERE and personal development that I put in a quotes file.
Biggest sources of inspiration that started it all


Studying hard to get a masters degree, only to get a first and crappy job in IT.

Getting fired from that job.
There's a lot more, because I never stop learning until I reach my goals, but this might give you some ideas.


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Post by HSpencer »

Hello and glad to have you on the forum. I hope you enjoy it as much as the rest of us do, and we are pleased you registered. We look forward to hearing more about you. I found your quotes file quite interesting as well!

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