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No matter who they are or what they do, highly successful people read. That’s a trait that has stood the test of time.

I read my first book, Think and Grow Rich, at the age of 26. Reading and studying that book changed my life so dramatically that I’ve read every day since.

But I don’t just read a book; I really study it. It’s not unusual for me to read a paragraph a thousand times. Right now, for instance, I have @DaveRubin 's book on my desk where I’ve been reading for the past week.

I read this way because I want to really understand the truth of what the author meant, and to do that I have to really think. It’s a habit I picked up from Earl Nightingale, and it has made a huge difference in what I pick up from books.

Hill, Troward, Lincoln, You2, and many more …

People often ask me what my favorite books are. The answer to that question changes over time, depending on what I’m currently studying.

While I can’t come up with a definitive ...

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Did anyone else watch Mandalorian last night? I haven’t been loving the series but last night went a long way in fixing so many of the broken parts of the Star Wars world.

Plus very cool to take Ahsoka from the animation world and make her a live action character...

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My 13 yo drew this for her great-grandparents in Idaho. Happy Saturday All!!
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Let me check – oh yes, November is almost through.
Well, I guess then this might very well be the last load of sunny autumn pictures this time around. Fresh from my afternoon walk. Which was almost a bit chilly, but obviously nice.

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