Category Archives: Self Development books

Are you a LinchPin? My notes from this book

I read LinchPin (Are you indispensable) from Seth Godin a month or so a go.  In my weird filing and ranking system that I have created, I ranked this book 8 Stars out of 10.  It is a book that … Continue reading

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Why not think rich

If you have never heard of the classic business book that is on everyones list as the top business book of all times, here is your introduction to it.  Think and Grow Rich was written by Napoleon Hill.  It is … Continue reading

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140 characters or less book summaries

My last 5 reads summarized in 140 characters or less. 1.  Trump 101 “The Way to Success” author: Donald Trump To be successful you must think big, work hard, eliminate problems, find quick solutions, get outside your comfort zone, and … Continue reading

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15 Invaluable Laws of Growth Summary

My mentor and favorite thought leader John C. Maxwell published a book titled “The 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth” about a year ago.  It is a great playbook on how to be intentional about your own personal growth.  I pulled … Continue reading

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6 Awesome Book’s you have to read

My last 6 reads were awesome!  I have read a lot of great books, but these were all amazing.  What I have discovered through this journey is the more I read the better resource I become, and I can be … Continue reading

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“Never Go Back”

I just finished an awesome book.  I was so inspired by it that I finished it in one sitting.  That is really big for me. The name of the book is “Never Go Back” 10 Things You’ll never do again, … Continue reading

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Why do we struggle to think differently

Thinking differently for people is such a struggle.  I am not sure why!  Is it that we don’t know how?  We can’t stop thinking about what we already know.  Are we so tied emotionally to what we already know.  Do … Continue reading

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Invest in you first

I am a process person, I can learn anything and do anything as long as there is a process.  Throughout grade school and my teens, I understood money.  I made it and spent it, that was my understanding of it. … Continue reading

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5 Super-small book summaries

Super small summaries of my last five books that I read! Title: Tribes; author: Seth Godin  Find your tribe and cater to them and to only them. All tribes need an influencer, you can be that influencer. #leadership Title:  Crazy Busy (A … Continue reading

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What is average?

What is average?  As many of my closest friends and colleagues know, I am reading books on excellence.  In each of these books I have found that the company’s, the people, the country’s, the leaders, the CEO’s, etc. are not … Continue reading

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