What Are You Reading?

by Nicole Mangina on November 5, 2008

If we will be the same tomorrow as we are today except for the places we go, the people we meet and the books we read, what are you reading today to affect who you will be tomorrow?

Here are some of my favorites:

~ The Master Key System by Charles Haanel (great tools and exercies for focusing)
~ Success Principles by Jack Canefield (a fairly thick book, but easy ready and a great resource for ideas)
~ One Small Step Can Change Your Life by Robert Maurer (small steps really do have a huge impact)
~ The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell (very interesting on how things work)
~ Now Discover Your Strenghts byt Marcus Buckingham (learn how to make the most of what you’ve got and stop beating yourself up for what you don’t)
~ The Power of Full Engagement by Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz (back to that focus thing)
~ The Richest Man in Babylon by George Clason (a great and easy read)

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Vicki Fazzini November 5, 2008 at 10:43 pm

Nicole,
Thanks Soooo much for putting together this blog. Today was a typical Ninja Mom day for me and it was NOT stressful. I have two teenage daughters whom both have Mononucleosis and are out of school until January. Today was a bad day…won’t go into the gory details…but I had my notes done right away, still was able to make three calls and sent out invitations to my open house this weekend, PLUS, I am listing two properties this week and have three buyers I am working with. Since I KNOW what I have to have done each week to keep my business going, it was not stressful today, even though I ended up working from home and even doing some of my tasks while I was at the doctor’s office. I LOVE ninja techniques!

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Nicole Mangina November 6, 2008 at 10:45 pm

Vicki,

You are a rock star Ninja Mom! Way to go on keeping it all together and staying on track. You mentioned that you got it done because you had to. Do you have any special tricks that you use throughout the day to make sure you are on track with getting things done?

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