What Are You Reading?

What Are You Reading

Written On: November 10, 2020

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Written By: Roger Seip

What Are You Reading

Written On: November 10, 2020

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Written By: Roger Seip

This week’s message still not political :), but timely nonetheless.

 

There’s a question that we love to ask the successful people we meet.

 

Good leaders, top producers, and winners/impactors of all kinds have a common thread in their answers that’s EXTREMELY enlightening.

 

This week’s video (nice and short😉) poses this same question to you, and one tip that’ll be a big deal for you right now..

 

 

Enjoy!
 

10 Comments

  1. Scott Kelbel

    I’m reading a couple different books. I start my morning with some faith based reading and a short reading from Open Doors by Rick Warren. The other book I am into is The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy…just started this one recently but so far it is very good.

    Reply
    • ROGER SEIP

      Great stuff, Scott- big fan of both of those authors. Compound Effect is super applicable!

      Reply
  2. Kelly Hudson

    I’m bouncing back and forth between 2 books right now: Girl, wash your face by Rachel Hollis and Hamilton by Ron Chernow (inspired the musical Hamilton). I LOVE to read! ☺

    Reply
    • Heather Boers

      Once you are done with Girl, Wash Your Face, listen to the audio book! She is so animated! Love her! Her book “Girl, Stop Apologizing” is a great one too.

      Reply
  3. Heather Boers

    Just started “A New Earth – Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose” by Eckhart Tolle and have “Letting Go – The Pathway of Surrender” by David R. Hawkins in que for when the first is done.

    Reply
    • ROGER SEIP

      Heather, I have to tell you- A New Earth is the only book I ever read where as soon as I finished, I immediately went right back to page 1 and read it again. Powerful stuff…

      Reply
  4. Victor Lam

    Reading (again): “What Your CEO Wants You to Know” by Ram Charan
    Reading: “The Cardinal of the Kremlin” by Tom Clancy
    Listening to: “Start with Why” by Simon Sinek

    Reply
  5. Paul Graf

    I am usually into a couple of books at a time. Going through the Daniel Dilemma by Chris Hodges and also the 12 Week Year by Brian Moran. One of my favorite authors besides Roger Seip is Patrick Lencioni. I usually keep an audio book near me for my commutes. Was listening to Guns, Germs and Steel and now in Nonviolent Communication.

    Reply
    • ROGER SEIP

      Paul, this was an excellent brown-nose answer :)….. haven’t read the Hodges book, but 12 Week Year is one of my faves. Totally congruent with everything we teach!

      Reply
  6. Connie Von Holdt

    Of course, I re-read a chapter of Train Your Brain thru out the week! I read from the Bible and a devotional every morning. I am currently re-reading “UNOFFENDABLE” by Brant Hansen (How just one change can make all life better.) About embracing forgiveness, letting go of anger. This book has changed my whole attitude on being angry! I really have a choice!

    Reply

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10 Comments

  1. Scott Kelbel

    I’m reading a couple different books. I start my morning with some faith based reading and a short reading from Open Doors by Rick Warren. The other book I am into is The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy…just started this one recently but so far it is very good.

    Reply
    • ROGER SEIP

      Great stuff, Scott- big fan of both of those authors. Compound Effect is super applicable!

      Reply
  2. Kelly Hudson

    I’m bouncing back and forth between 2 books right now: Girl, wash your face by Rachel Hollis and Hamilton by Ron Chernow (inspired the musical Hamilton). I LOVE to read! ☺

    Reply
    • Heather Boers

      Once you are done with Girl, Wash Your Face, listen to the audio book! She is so animated! Love her! Her book “Girl, Stop Apologizing” is a great one too.

      Reply
  3. Heather Boers

    Just started “A New Earth – Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose” by Eckhart Tolle and have “Letting Go – The Pathway of Surrender” by David R. Hawkins in que for when the first is done.

    Reply
    • ROGER SEIP

      Heather, I have to tell you- A New Earth is the only book I ever read where as soon as I finished, I immediately went right back to page 1 and read it again. Powerful stuff…

      Reply
  4. Victor Lam

    Reading (again): “What Your CEO Wants You to Know” by Ram Charan
    Reading: “The Cardinal of the Kremlin” by Tom Clancy
    Listening to: “Start with Why” by Simon Sinek

    Reply
  5. Paul Graf

    I am usually into a couple of books at a time. Going through the Daniel Dilemma by Chris Hodges and also the 12 Week Year by Brian Moran. One of my favorite authors besides Roger Seip is Patrick Lencioni. I usually keep an audio book near me for my commutes. Was listening to Guns, Germs and Steel and now in Nonviolent Communication.

    Reply
    • ROGER SEIP

      Paul, this was an excellent brown-nose answer :)….. haven’t read the Hodges book, but 12 Week Year is one of my faves. Totally congruent with everything we teach!

      Reply
  6. Connie Von Holdt

    Of course, I re-read a chapter of Train Your Brain thru out the week! I read from the Bible and a devotional every morning. I am currently re-reading “UNOFFENDABLE” by Brant Hansen (How just one change can make all life better.) About embracing forgiveness, letting go of anger. This book has changed my whole attitude on being angry! I really have a choice!

    Reply

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