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The first time I can recall where someone has clearly explained why some employees win while others struggle to gain traction. Excellent read, regardless of where you land on that spectrum.

Redefining what it means to be in sales (spoiler: we're all in sales) and recommendations to make your message more clear and compelling.

Ignore the clickbaity title. The exercises of planning your "Rich Life" and "Money Dials" were helpful tools for our long-term financial planning and decision making.

I am a big fan of continual, gradual improvement over sweeping changes. This book is about breaking bad habits and creating new ones to do just that.

Another take on how poweful good babits can be to our success. I'm not the best or brightest, but I do focus heavily on creating good habits.