Read & Grow
Today I watched the TED talk about Learning to Learn, the most popular free online course run by Barbara Oakley. I'm very interested in helping people take action (that's why I launched our book club) on what they learn so they can change their lives, that's basically...read more
As I browsed Amazon for motivational books I came across books that really fit women and really fit men. I already covered those I felt were great motivational books for women, so today I'm talking about those for me. Please know that I don't in any way think these...read more
I chose these books based on their reviews and other information I've heard about them. I thought these books were specifically motivating for women to read, though I don't mean to say men shouldn't read them. I actually fear making gender-specific recommendations...read more
I recently finished reading Jen Sincero's You're A Badass At Making Money. I had chosen the book because Jen's fans are growing significantly and I wanted to work on my money mindset. See, even though I had read Think & Grow Rich recently I thought this would be a...
I’m one of those geeky people who gets excited when the school year is starting because of all the supplies. Pens, pencils, paper notebooks, binders, tabs, post it’s, etc. You better believe I had a whole board on Pinterest on home notebooking at one point. So I love...
With so many people loving Gary Vaynerchuk I was really looking forward to reading Crushing It!. I even rushed through the book I was finishing up before it because I couldn't wait. Here's my Crushing It summary. As I mentioned in my review of Crushing It, I thought...
I’m a fan of Blinkist and 4 Minute Books. I love book summaries because they are really helpful in saving time. But, not in the way you think. See, I don’t use book summaries to replace a book. And I don’t read a book of blinks on Blinkist and assume I know enough...
There was a lot of hype around Gary V’s new book, Crushing It, so I was excited to pick it up. I hadn't read any of his other books but I follow him on Twitter and like his motivational tweets. I'll be working on a take action course on Crushing It, but in the...
As someone who dislikes excuses, I’ve come up with enough of them to prevent myself from losing weight and being successful. “I can’t stop eating foods I love.” “I don’t have time to build my business.”
For a long time, I’ve thought I was struggling to move forward on certain aspects of my business because I was afraid of failure. Fear of failure and Imposter Syndrome run amiss in my industry and since so many others struggle with them, I must
Is success still elusive to you after years of trying? I have a few ideas why. This post is about how to measure your path to success and the several areas to monitor while doing that. It’s Action That Matters Just reading isn’t enough.
As I read chapter 11 of The 5 Second Rule today, several things stood out to me and I wanted to share them. I’ve highlighted the quote at the beginning of every chapter so far. Today’s was as great as the rest: “Courage is the commitment to begin
How can you turn a simple rule into a book? That’s what crossed my mind when I saw that the incredible 5 second rule created by Mel Robbins was being turned into a book. But, with the thousands of people (maybe more) who were talking about
I’ve read Think & Grow Rich at least 3 times in preparation for writing an implementation course on it. But I wanted to get it right. I needed to soak up everything I could from the book to help others get the most from it. Before I dive in
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