Part one of this book is a must read. Not only does it convey what we have accomplished in recent years, more importantly it conveys why we don't believe it.
We need a vocabulary for the benefits of adversity and disorder.
Maybe the most powerful small book I have ever read. A life long companion.
A very enjoyable read for those who love history, business, innovation, ambition and family drama. This book has it all.
The key to continued discovery and why it is so important.
Just because you believe something doesn't make it true. Only by questioning our beliefs can we grow our conviction in them and/or develop new and more empowering beliefs.
This book provides evidence that truly great work is driven from within. An outstanding read.
The most amazing survival story I have ever read - and strongly conveys how together we're better.
I quote from this book during almost every speech I give. It's coaching at a higher level of consciousness. Next level reading.
A gift from my mother, it is a dated devotional I seek to read each morning. I find it uniquely enlightened and it has spoken to me in profound ways.
This book kicked off my professional speaking career. It reveals the timeless principles necessary to go from Good to Great to Greater.
Outstanding read for gaining perspective on how mighty companies, and frankly, how mighty individuals fall.
In the words of Dr. Robert H. Schuller "One of the most important books of the century - an absolute must-read for all persons interested in genuinely understanding and helping our fellow human beings". And I couldn't agree more.
The Tao, written some 25 centuries ago, is filled with timeless wisdom. As a devotional, I endeavor to contemplate on a verse each day.
A must read for every American, specifically the first part of the book when we put the first man on the moon. May be the most significant example of a WILL that found a WAY.
A holocaust survivor shares his journey. Required reading for humanity.
Aristotle said "Oh, if our kings could be philosophers and our philosophers could be kings". Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome, was one of those kings - his personal journal survived antiquity and is a gift to us. An early source of awakening for me.
An entertaining educational book on Behavioral Finance.
This book is profound. It gets at the heart of my work. I cannot recommend this book enough. It's required reading for anyone who is serious about their life and their work. It's a must read.
This book is a game changer. The 12-week year empowers you to be more intentional than a 12-month year. Brian is an outstanding coach. The awareness alone, gained from reading this book, will elevate the quality of your life and work.
And I arrogantly thought I was alone. I believe we all receive an artistic calling in our lives. This is the battle so few fight, but fight we must, to live out our purpose. Outstanding read.
This book is one of my daily devotionals. It is my favorite for pointing the way beyond my attachments. I endeavor to read it every day, and when I finish this little book, I start it again. It is amazing to me how it keeps giving me insight, no matter how often I read it.
This book will blow you away. It is among the greatest books I have ever read. An amazing story you will never forget. A gift to humanity.
A must read for anyone seeking empowerment toward the goals and aspirations that mean the most to them.
I was recently made aware of scripture that says we should "Count the Days". And since I am trying to live my life more fully in the moment - here is what I would like to know: Exactly how many days I have been alive. Think not on days wasted - think on today and the days to come. Count your days and recognize how precious each day is!
Healthier Home-made Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
My favorite healthy desert - if you love Reese Cups, you gotta make these. All the joy without the guilt.
10 graham crackers
1/2 cup Earth Balance butter (plant based and soooo good)
3/4 cup crunchy peanut butter (again Earth's Balance is our favorite)
1/4 cup granulated maple sugar (this was new to me, but Whole Foods has it in their baking isle-it comes in a small jar)
1 cup grain sweetened, nondairy chocolate chips (Enjoy Life is what we use)
1/4 cup soy milk
12 muffin cup with paper liners.
Break graham crackers into food processor or blender and grind into fine crumbs. (Measure and put aside 3/4 cup crumbs)
Melt the butter in a small saucepan over medium heat, then stir in peanut butter, graham cracker crumbs and maple sugar and mix well. Remove mixture from heat and pour evenly into muffin cups.
In another small pan combine chocolate chips and soy milk. Heat over medium until chocolate has melted. Spoon or pour evenly over the peanut butter cups. Place in refrigerator to set for at least 2 hours.