Tag Archive for: Personal Development

I’m a huge fan of Tim Ferriss’s books. I loved The 4-Hour Workweek and The 4-Hour Chef.

So I was not surprised that his book Tools of Titans was a fantastic read. But was happy to find out there really is something for everyone in this book.

With this book, Ferriss has moved from books you can read fluidly cover-to-cover to more of an encyclopedic style.

This week I read for the first time 100 Ways to Motivate Yourself:
Change Your Life Forever.
The Author of 100 Ways to Motivate Others Steve Chandler, again proves that sometimes the simplest ideas make the most sense.

The world has led you to believe that financial freedom is not something you can willfully create in your life.

The TRUTH is that creating excessive financial wealth does not come down to luck or talent. It comes down simply to your beliefs, understanding, and the “pillars” that reinforce your every action.

I finished reading The 10 Pillars of Wealth book last night where…

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I believe, to live a good life, you need to commit to lifelong learning…

And that includes reading better books.

Doing so helps you understand why you do what you do, make better, rational choices in life and work, and develop life’s most important life skills.

This week I read for the first time Work the System: The Simple Mechanics of Making More and Working Less by Sam Carpenter. This book is a reality check for business owners and department managers who are struggling. In order to design your ideal life, this book is should be on your reading list. Read more

I just finished reading for the first time ‘Who Moved My Cheese’ by Spencer Johnson. Its About How You Deal with Change in Your Work and in Your Life.

Spencer Johnson introduces the reader to his fable on how to cope positively with change. The story involves four characters who live in a maze: the mice Scurry and Sniff, and two ‘littlepeople’, Hem and Haw. All is going well because they have found a huge source of their favourite food, cheese. Read more