Tag Archives: reading

Free audio book on Amazon: The Man who knew too Much

23 Jul

Another free book on Amazon.

This may not be directly business related but I am encouraging my followers to read more, a habit I have re-membraced with vigor.

Weekend Reading

7 Feb

I won’t be watching the Super Bowl.
But I will be reading all weekend and hitting the gym to increase my value and get ahead.
Sorry folks, no insults to anyone- I just don’t watch sports.

If you do, enjoy.
Just remember to make sure the TV isn’t holding your dream hostage.

Live Brolic!

This Month’s Reading

24 Jan

One of my 2016 goals is to read at least 2 books a month.
And I’m halfway done with The Silver Bomb and Secret Entourage.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People has been in my hands for a few months but I’ve had a stack of borrowed books and a lot of work.

I will hit my goals for 2016.
And that is why I’ve put this goal out here in blog space for all of you to hold me accountable.

Read Brolic!

New Goal : 20 Minutes (a call to arms/ a challenge for all)

21 Oct

Everyday I challenge you to join me in spending just 20 minutes doing your social media.
That’s it.
Focus.

A small campaign, let’s say 21 days of one concerted blast of prom, networking, et al on your social media agenda to build your business.

What could you accomplish in this minuscule amount of time?

Everything.

Add another 20 minutes reading or meditating- or any combination of the 2- if you want to double down for greater gains, happiness, wealth, success and self love.

Need help?
Let’s chat.

#thriveorsurvive.
Live Brolic!

Habits of the World’s Wealthiest People

20 Jan
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An #infographic developed by social-media marketing company NowSourcing

Blogging

25 Feb

The first step in blogging is not writing them but reading them.-Jeff Jarvis

via Blogging.

Action Reading List

3 Nov

Action Reading List

Ok folks I’ve got a few books on my list that I think everyone should read. Its a short list and I’m going to skip Napoleon Hill et al because we as entrepreneurs are inundated with the likes oh him, The Secret, and many others. Not knocking them per say I just think a different avenue and a fewsh eye/perspective is more useful these days.
Let’s face it; the economies changed. The needs of the people have as well. So we as entrepreneurs and marketers need to be innovators and leaders. Not to mention educators, students, and help-mates to the masses.
And in that vein I present you my top 7 books you need to read.

The Charge.
By Brendon Burchard, this book is no nonsense and a great read. Not his first but my first read of his tomes. Recommended to me by the Great Ray Higdon (@rayhigdon).
This book will help clear your focus and activate your drives. Truly groundbreaking in my humble opinion.

Rogue Warrior.
Richard Marcinko’s autobiography of how he started Seal Team Six. This man was an innovator, achiever, and believer. He believed in his country and himself. Nothing stopped him from being the best. Great read with an easy format. A guy in the first mlm I made money with recommended it to me and he was right.

48 Laws of Power.
By Robert Greene, one of my fave reads ever. It is considered ruthless by some but the lessons are useful. Also its historical references and layout are vastly intriguing. I’d buy it twice. I won’t say more because the book speaks for itself.

33 Strategies of War.
Another classic by Robert Greene. I love this guy. Having bought all his books I can clearly tell you that this one is as much a game changer as 48 Laws of Power.

Steve Jobs.
The acclaimed biography by Walter Isaacson is a no holds barred look into the life of Jobs. Indeed it could be called a dig as Isaacson went down the rabbit hole that was Jobs. There is a treasure trove of knowledge to be had here and a great read as well. One of the books that is truly amazing my mind. It excites and inspires at the same time.

The One Minute Millionaire.
Mark Victor Hansen and Robert G. Allen, two literary geniuses in their own right with sales that astound. True innovators and creators. The team up for this book is amazing. It has a fictional and factual counterpart wrapped up in one book. Truly amazing and the one book I’ve read as many times as 48 Laws of Power. I literally learn every time I read it. I got it 30% off but after reading it know I would have paid 60% extra to own it.

Rich Dad Poor Dad.
Rober kiyosaki at his best. Some hate him. Some don’t. Overall I like the guy. While I’ve taken his courses too I think I’m going to stick with the books. This first one I have purchased three times. What I do is read it and give my copy to someone else. Its a great book for opening the eyes of the reader.

BONUS:
Heavy Hitters Magazine aka HH.
Not a book but a staple in my collection.
Indeed it is the only magazine I buy. Every two months it features insane quotes, cars, and profiles of self made entrepreneurs. People who most of us can relate to.
The most inspiration you can buy for $6 bucks. Guaranteed.

#thriveorsurvive.

“It is what you read when you don’t have to that determines what you will be when you can’t help it.”
― Oscar Wilde

“If one cannot enjoy reading a book over and over again, there is no use in reading it at all.”
― Oscar Wilde

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”
― Dr. Seuss, I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!

Thoughts? Concerns?
Questions? Think I’m wrong?
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Need ideas?
Want to learn how to invite?
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