Without specifics, all these dreams lack “teeth”; they are vague. And because they are vague, they open the door for you to focus on the obstacles, fears, and dreads. Continue reading Book 19 of Year 2017 – “All Dreams on Deck” by Jeremy Cage
Fear is a monstrous inhibitor, whether you’re facing a steep slope or a critical presentation. It can shut you down or persuade you to avoid a new experience Continue reading Book 18 of Year 2017 – “Out Front” by Deborah Shames
Ironically, the Kellogg brothers were staunch vegetarians, but their name comes from a medieval English surname for a butcher; it literally meant ‘kill hog’ Continue reading Book 17 of Year 2017 – “Do Geese get Goose Bumps” by Bathroom Readers’ Institute
Unlike the usual leadership books that detail how to perform as a leader, this book encourages you to find your voice, understand your own leadership style and leverage the team around you.
Better solutions come from teams who work through things together rather than one person coming up with a solution on their own. Continue reading Book 16 of Year 2017 – “Leading Through the Turn” by Elise Mitchell
When you seek wealth for your own private pleasure, you’ll feel somewhat empty. Those who share accumulated wealth with others feel greater emotional satisfaction. Continue reading Book 15 of Year 2017 – “Neurowisdom” by Mark Robert Waldman and Chris Manning
If you are looking for a book that shares experiences of being constantly stressed and how that feeling was overcome (or detoxed), this book is definitely for you. Continue reading Book 14 of Year 2017 – “ Detox Your Heart” by Valerie Mason-John