It was a scary moment... the moment I realized that everything I was reading was from a similar genre. My thinking, learning and perspectives were becoming redundant and insular. I was no longer expanding my knowledge base, but reinforcing the current limits of my development. To remedy this, I began asking great leaders and … Continue reading The Most Recommend Books from 40 Different Leaders!
Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “I cannot remember the books I've read any more than the meals I have eaten; even so, they have made me.” Our choice of what we read, and by default what we do not read, is one of the most significant factors in determining the person we become. If we are strategic in … Continue reading Become a “Well Read” Person
Have you ever looked another person and thought to yourself, "Man, I would love to have that kind of influence!" All too often when we consider the success of others, we fail to realize their success was forged through a series of life long factors that can't easily be replicated. Over the past few years I have thought, read … Continue reading The Only 3 Ways to Increase Your Influence!
If we want to stand out from the crowd, we need to continue growing, learning and acquiring knowledge. There are really only three resources at our disposal to accomplish this; experience, conversation and reading. Every person of great influence has leveraged these three resources to the best of their ability. The 3 Way to Develop Your … Continue reading Stand Out From the Crowd: Tip 12 – Never Stop Learning
If you want to get One Grip Higher, read The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon! If you are a student of history, you might have picked up this classic of political and historical literature. This 6 volume classic was originally printed, ironically, in 1776 at the nascent … Continue reading One Grip Higher: Read the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire