(More than) Five Things We Are Talking About – wk05

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I love books; hard cover, paperback, books on tape – all kinds of books! What are you currently reading?

The One Thing - Jay Papasan Gary Keller

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By focusing their energy on one thing at a time people are living more rewarding lives

The Four Hour Work Week - Timothy Ferriss

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Live More and Work Less

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The Third Door

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I heard this young, local BH boy on a podcast and became fascinated with his journey. If you have young kids in college who are possibly lost…this is a validation that the degree doesn’t always determine your path.

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Becoming - Michelle Obama

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Need I really say any more?

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The War of Art

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A succinct, engaging, and practical guide for succeeding in any creative sphere.

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F*ck, That’s Delicious

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This guy is my hero…on many levels

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Educated - Tara Westover

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One of my Trailblazer questions is, “what are you currently reading?” 9 out of 10 mentioned this book, so I bought it. It’s next in the pile!

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Less - Andrew Sean Greer

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This will be read after “Educated” and came highly recommended.

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Atomic Habits - James Clear

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Another Podcast inspired purchase. My biggest take-away, thus far…it takes 66 days to change a habit…not 21!

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