Ever wondered why some people seem to have a Midas touch in building their business? 

It’s not just luck; it’s about filling the right buckets – knowledge, skills, network, resources, and reputation – in a specific order. This systematic approach can unlock your potential and set you on the path to success and fulfilment.

At the very outset, the most critical bucket to fill is knowledge. Think of it as the foundation of a skyscraper. The stronger the foundation, the higher you can build. 

For me, my go-to for gaining new knowledge and ideas is books. 

Of course I do other things to help me build my business: working with mentors, growing my team and networking with peers, to name a few.

But without the knowledge and ideas first, nothing new or different will ever happen.

In this episode, I share the insights I gleaned from my top 6 favourite books this year. Hopefully one or two will inspire you!

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Books:

  1. 1.The Diary Of A CEO
  2. 2. The Art Of The Impossible – Steven Kotler
  3. 3.$100m Leads: How To Get Strangers To Want To Buy Your Stuff – Alex Hormozi
    4. Be Your Future Self Now – Dr Benjamin Hardy
    5. The Art of Learning: An Inner Journey to Optimal Performance – Josh Waitzkin
    6. 10x Is Easier Than 2x – Dan Sullivan & Dr Benjamin Hardy

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