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Want to transform your life? Take this challenge…

Happy New Year again! We are only one week into 2015, so there’s still plenty of time to set goals, resolutions and plans.

It’s a short and quick video from me this week because I am knee deep all month in coaching the awesome women who took me up on my free gift of a coaching session! It’s crazy busy but I am LOVING it! Everyone has an interesting story, and I love people who take advantage of an opportunity to grow.

And speaking of opportunities, here’s a cool one for YOU:

This week, I am challenging you to a simple but transformational activity for the balance of this month: pick a book — any book that is educational or transformational — and commit to read one chapter EVERY DAY for the balance of January 2015.

Novels are great but there is a time and a place for them. This challenge is about expanding your knowledge, learning something new, and growing!

Click above to watch, and find out how the simple task of READING is such a crucial investment in your future.

My choice for the month is Tony Robbins’ latest book — Money: Master The Game. It’s a big one — over 600 pages — and what’s more, this particular subject is challenging for me.

As much as I enjoy money, discussing the serious side of it and building up my knowledge on investing is something that I avoid like the plague! This way  — one chapter a day with no excuses — is the only way to deal with something that takes me out of my comfort zone.

In all my studies of successful people it is evident that most of them are voracious readers — they acknowledge that they don’t “know it all” and are always seeking to learn from others. Reading is such an important piece of our journey to success and fulfillment.

Here is a list of my favorite books on the subjects of success principles, personal development, and self-improvement:

Anything by Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer, Tony Robbins, Brendon Burchard, Robin Sharma, Don Miguel Ruiz (LOVE The Four Agreements), Marianne Williamson, Debbie Ford, Paulo Coelho (have you read The Alchemist?) and Jack Canfield. (Jack’s book, The Success Principles, is a MUST read!)

Also consider:

  • Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
  • It’s not About the Money by Bob Proctor
  • The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D Wattles
  • Younger Next Year by Chris Crowley and Henry S Lodge (also, Thinner This Year, the best books on diet and exercise that I have ever read)
  • The War of Art and Turning Pro by Steven Pressfield (must reads for the entrepreneur)

Please let me and everyone else know of your own book recommendations in the comments below, and do share which book you chose and how you are doing with the challenge!

And, as always, if you’ve enjoyed today’s video, hit the “like” button and be sure to pass it along to your family and friends.

I’ll see you next week!

Sending love and strength,

  • barb moss
    Posted at 10:55h, 08 January Reply

    I’m reading happy for no reason and will read I chapter a day

  • Jacquie
    Posted at 14:31h, 08 January Reply

    Ahh yes, Happy for No Reason by Marci Shimoff – Great selection Barb!

  • Helena
    Posted at 21:12h, 09 January Reply

    I’m reading…..Enough Already! by Peter Walsh….somewhere under the clutter is his how to declutter book! lol

  • Jacquie
    Posted at 07:48h, 10 January Reply

    Woo Hoo Helena!! Fantatsic choice! I LOVE that you are taking steps to declutter and getting advice from an expert on the best way ~ Congrats!!

  • Colleen
    Posted at 21:53h, 12 January Reply

    Funny – I”m reading or listening to the same Tony Robbins book. I listen(audiobook) to it if I don’t have the time to sit down and read every day. I then put any notes that I want to make in the book later in the day. Listening in my car is the best use of my time!

  • Jacquie
    Posted at 20:41h, 13 January Reply

    Great tip for busy people Colleen…thanks! I love audio books too…one of my favorite ways to deal with insomnia at night is to listen to something interesting – takes my mind off of what’s keeping me awake.

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