Book It!

Call it a cop-out, call it a cheat, call it whatever you want, I’ll be busy reading while you figure it out…

Tonight the blog is short and sweet; it’s a list.

This is my current “To-Read” list of books I have in my possession that I’m dying to chow down on. Just like my bottomless pit of a stomach; my insatiable hunger for books keeps me perpetually starving! Seeing this stack makes me salivate for a big ‘ol juicy late night shnack!!!

Crucial Confrontations – Patterson Grenny Mcmillan, Switzler

How to Become a Rainmaker – Jefferey J. Fox

Meditations – Marcus Aurelius

We are all Weird – Seth Godin – (book review coming sooooon!)

Leadership and Self-Deception – The Arbinger Institute

Do It Now, Break the Procrastination Habit – Dr. William Knaus

EntreLeadership – Dave Ramsey

The Four Agreements – Don Miguel Ruiz

How to Write a Sentence, and How to Read One – Stanley Fish

Permission Marketing – Seth Godin

Power VS. Force – David Hawkins

The Power of Myth – Joseph Campbell


Wild at Heart – John Eldredge

Today We Are Rich – Tim Sanders

Boundaries – Dr. Henry Cloud & Dr. John Townsend

Tao Te Ching – Lao Tzu

The Golden Key – Emmet Fox

The 7 Day Mental Diet – Emmet Fox

Unless It Moves the Human Heart – Roger Rosenblatt

So, what is on your nightstand, or wish list, or “yeah, I need to get around to reading that!”

Is this a weird mix and list of books to you? Do you recognize any of them, or all??

I should mention that I’ve do try to spend a few minutes each morning with my coffee and my Bible.

Speaking of which – I am in SERIOUS need of tips on “Routines”. Not the natural ones, where somebody says, Oh yeah, my body just wakes me up at 5 am! Cause, folks, my body ain’t like that!!

I am in need of assistance on how implement routines, when they are not natural to a person, and keeping it mo’ simple is mo’ betta!

Anyway, Two ideas for tonight – I like to read and have a tasty buffet before me. And I know I need better Routines, and I’m looking for tips on that… HELP ME PLEASE 🙂

Ha! and have a great day 🙂



2 thoughts on “Book It!

  1. Best piece of advice I can give… start with one thing at a time and do it until it becomes routine, then add in the next! If you want to wake up earlier, read more often, call more friends, spend more time with someone walk everyday, etc… that’s a lot of change all at once! So start one thing… stick to it, encourage yourself every day and when it becomes part of your routine, start the next thing!

  2. Ooo, I love Lisa’s advice! Yeah, just start ONE thing…be totally committed to that ONE thing for 3 full weeks. THEN add another ‘routine.’

    So – books?
    Love & Logic (again)
    To Train Up A Child (again)
    A Million Miles In A Thousand Years (again)
    For Women Only
    Boundaries with Kids

    that’s in my current stack…

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