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Enjoy these reads. Each one has made a profound difference in my business and life. I hope they help you just as much, if not more!

Issue 43 | October 2017

Finish by Jon Acuff


Give Yourself the Gift of Done

By Jon Acuff

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We’ve all been excited about a thing, eagerly started it, and then, somewhere along the line, lost what it is that inspired us to start it in the first place. The end result is always an incomplete project. It’s the same as if you never start anything at all, if you think about it. Something that’s 95 percent complete (or 0 percent complete) is 0 percent complete to the end user.

Jon’s book guides us in following through on our ideas, and finally finishing them. By sharing his insights into why people don’t finish, I learned that it’s not always because we don’t know what the next steps are. As Jon says, “people give up on projects when they fail to live up to their own high expectations and decide that if they can’t do something perfectly they won’t do it at all.”

Issue 42 | September 2017

The Coaching Habit

Say Less, Ask More & Change the Way You Lead Forever

By Michael Bungay Stanier

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A truly great coach asks the right questions to empower the person who is being coached to find answers the answer they need to move forward and progress through any roadblocks they may be experiencing. I want to serve my audience in the best way that I can, and I know that more personalized coaching is an unexplored way in which I can do that. I can reach more of my audience in more specific, potentially more helpful ways, and that’s an exciting thing to think about. The Coaching Habit can guide me there.

Issue 41 | August 2017

Let Go, Expanded Edition

My Unexpected Path from Panic to Profits and Purpose

By Pat Flynn

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This new and improved expanded edition of Let Go features eight new chapters, continues my story, and explores what it means to let go of the things that keep us from the journeys we yearn to forge and the achievements we aspire to attain. It’s about letting go of fear and the things that limit us on our path toward something greater.
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