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    JoeSorge
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    New Book Club Recommendations?

    We've just wrapped up Book One - Think and Grow Rich - by Napoleon Hill and as great as it was I think we all found it difficult to stay focused on such an intense read with so many chapters. It seems like we'd do better to stay engaged with smaller reads like "do the work" or "poke the box", they are good examples because they work with a concise message in a shorter reading time frame.

    So, what are your suggestions please?
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    I started reading Evil Plans a few days ago. A quick read with lots of value.

    http://gapingvoid.com/2009/06/25/my-...ok-evil-plans/

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    I think, "Do the Work" by Steven Pressfield. It talks about overcoming resistance and getting out of your own way.
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    I cannot emphasize this book enough:

    Getting Naked: A Business Fable About Shedding The Three Fears That Sabotage Client Loyalty
    http://www.amazon.com/Getting-Naked-...6898136&sr=1-1

    omg... fantastic!! #enoughsaid
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    Crud, these are three great suggestions. Thanks you guys.

    Okay then, have you particpated in other online book clubs? I'm searching for the best ways to keep participants participating
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    I have zero experience with book clubs but would also be interested in a study of Do the Work.
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