After making it through More Than Enough, I finally understand the structure. If you do read this book, don't cheat yourself by skipping the cumulative review sessions at the end of each chapter. They help reinforce a mindset that is a key to getting your priorities in order.
On a multiuser environment, I added the 'ps -fu' bit to detect a gvim session, slightly more fool-resistant than just checking the result code of the --remote-send call.
ps -fu $LOGNAME | grep -v grep | grep gvim 2>/dev/null
if [ $? -ne 0 ]
gvim --remote-send "<ESC>:sp $CSCOPE_ROOT/$2<CR>:0<CR>:$1<CR>:-1<CR>" 2>/dev/null
Another Dave Ramsey Book, More Than Enough. If you need more inspiration to get your priorities straight, this is it:
I got the following book after listening to The Teaching Company's lecture series on Ancient Greece and Byzantium. I think I bought it through the History Book Club. You have to be an ancient history and classical literature fan to really get into this book, but it's interesting how it draws parallels between modern history and ancient history and the use of biological and chemical weapons.
With all the Texas Hold 'em craze, I bought the following book, Ken Warren Teaches Texas Hold 'em. It's valuable, but I think that I might go for the original Doyle Brunson book next time.
Whether you've gotten yourself into a financial hole, or you're just starting out in life, this book should definitely be a first stop. It's an easy read, so even if you don't have a good reading attention span, you shouldn't have any trouble making it through this book. If you live paycheck-to-paycheck, you need this book.
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