Reading List Image“Never trust anyone who has not brought a book with them.”

~ Lemony Snicket

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How true is that!

After all, books are magic.

They entertain, educate, and take us to far away places.

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Here’s what’s up next for me in 2019:

Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear

Oh my gosh… everyone should read this book!!

I’m about halfway through, and it’s already changed my life.

Once you understand the science and the psychology behind why we do what we do, it’s easier to stop what you want to stop. And start what you want to start.

I’ve already put some the ideas into practice. Results are happening, and it’s never been easier to stick to what I want to achieve.

And… this is the perfect time to get on the right track for 2019.

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Willpower Doesn’t Work by Benjamin Hardy

I don’t know about you, but I resemble that title.

I’m hoping this book will help me figure out why.

I’m guessing it may use some of the same principles as Atomic Habits, but that’s okay.

Reinforcements from a different perspective will only… well… reinforce awareness. And enable what you want to change.

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The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek

Every time I’ve seen Simon speak or be interviewed, he hits every point just right.

Recently, he’s been talking about the concept of the infinite game.

And why those who think that way thrive.

This new book won’t be available until mid-2019, but that’s okay… I’ve got plenty of reading to keep me busy until then.

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The Heart to Start by David Kadavy

“The Heart to Start is solid advice from David Kadavy. It’s not too late.” ~ Seth Godin

If Seth Godin tells you to do something, do it.

Always listen to Seth.

Then listen to David and say goodbye to perfectionism and procrastination!

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Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? by Seth Godin

Speaking of Seth…

Probably like you, I’m on a few email lists.

Likely more than I need to be, but that can be next week’s project. 🙂

Seth is the only person whose email I read every day.




For those of us who are unique… and always seem to find just the right spot in the groups we join, this book should speak straight to us.

So if you’re done being a cog… and ready to contribute what’s special and remarkable about you… then this book might be for you too.

Let’s all be indispensable!

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God Doesn’t Shoot Craps by Richard Armstrong

For all my fellow copy and content peeps…

Yes, THAT Richard Armstrong.

Have you ever heard him speak in person? So funny.

Guess what? He writes novels too.

This should be fun!

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Super Villains of Persuasion by Ben Settle

Apparently, I’m on a ‘books-by-copywriters’ roll.

And there’s nothing wrong with that.

Ben’s definitely the king of doing things from a different perspective and winning big.

Entertainment while learning? Sign me up!

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Well, That’s My Reading List For Now…

What about you?

What’s on your list for this year?


P.S. ~ Don’t forget to be awesome today! 🙂❤️