Atomic Habits ~ Book of the Week

This week’s book of the week is Atomic Habits by James Clear. At first I had put off reading this book, because I thought that it might be very similar to The Power of Habits by Charles Duhigg.  I’m happy to tell you that it is very different. Think of it like this. If they were…

Trillion Dollar Coach ~ Book of the Week

This week’s book of the week, Trillion Dollar Coach by Eric Schmidt Jonathan Rosenberg and Alan Eagle, is about Bill Campbell, a college football coach who eventually became one of the biggest influencers of silicon valley including Google, Apple, and Intel. “Within 9 months of joining Apple, Bill was promoted to VP of sales and marketing…

Influence by Robert B. Cialdini ~ Wednesday’s Book of the Week

 Wednesday’s book of the week is Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert B. Cialdini, Ph.D. Dr. Cialdini does an intense study on what gets people to say “yes”. This is useful in sales, marketing, and most importantly leading. Why is it that some people just have this magic glow about them that gets others…

Worth It by Amanda Steinberg ~ Wednesday’s Book of the Week

This week’s book of the week is Worth It by Amanda Steinberg. When I’m sitting still and reading or blogging, my cats love cuddling up in my lap. The inability to sit still for too long was either inherited from my mother or came about from years of being a nurse. Which one, I’m unsure….

Intentional Living by John C. Maxwell ~ Wednesday’s Book of the Week

Wednesday’s book of the week is by John C. Maxwell. Author of the New York Times Bestseller The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership and previous pastor of Skyline Church in San Diego. He was recognized at “the world’s most influential leadership expert by Business Insider and Inc. magazine in 2014.”² I usually like to look up a…

Good to Great by Jim Collins ~ Wednesday’s Book of the Week

Good to great, “Why some companies make the leap… and others don’t” This book is a 5 year study by Jim Collin’s team researchers studying what makes some companies excel comparing them with companies that never take that leap. This book is known as a classic, published in 2001 and selling over one million copies. I’m…