This video I’ve prepared combines the two Productivity Tips of the “morning review” principle and the 33 slowest-read books in my library.
Please comment & share with my other readers (and viewers) your favorite books to re-view … those books you find yourself reviewing and re-reading again and again and again and again … for new insights, new discoveries, new lessons.
My list is made of 33 books. And I call it my slow-read list because I read and re-read these books slowly, like studying a “how to” course.
Click on the (more…) link below to see the complete list of 33 books.
The morning review – as I indicate in the video – is my private reading time I hold sacred each morning before I check email, voice mail or even get a cup of tea to start my day. It’s the first thing I do … even when I travel.
I set my countdown timer for 33 minutes and then re-view a book from my list of 33 slow-read books in my library that you see in the video.
To see the complete list of 33 Slow-Read books, click ->
This 33 Slow-Read list is listed in alphabetical order by author:
- The Platinum Rule by Tony Alessandra, Michael O’Connor
- Free by Chris Anderson
- Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely
- Paradigms by Joel Arthur Barker
- Secrets of Successful Direct Mail by Richard Benson
- Now, Discover Your Strengths by Marcus Buckingham, Donald Clifton
- Go Put Your Strengths To Work by Marcus Buckingham
- Power of Focus by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Les Hewitt
- How to Make Your Advertising Make Money by John Caples
- Influence by Robert Cialdini
- The Myth of Multitasking by Dave Crenshaw
- Leadership is an Art by Max DePree
- Becoming a Master Student by Dave Ellis
- Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi
- The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell
- The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene
- Made to Stick by Chip Heath, Dan Heath
- The Power of Story by Jim Loehr
- Habit by Neale Martin
- Aesop & the CEO by David Noonan
- The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
- The Ultimate Question by Fred Reichheld
- The Back of the Napkin by Dan Roam
- Breakthrough Advertising by Eugene Schwartz
- Advertising Secrets of the Written Word by Joe Sugarman
- Marketing Secrets of a Mail Order Maverick by Joe Sugarman
- Unique Ability by Dan Sullivan, Catherine Nomura, Julia Waller
- 20 Master Plots by Ronald Tobias
- Getting to Yes by William Ury, Roger Fisher
- The Power of a Positive No by William Ury
- The Wizard of Ads by Roy Williams
- Magical Worlds by Roy Williams
- Secret Formulas by Roy Williams
You’ll notice Marcus Buckingham, Joe Sugarman William Ury and Roy Williams have more than one title on my 33 slow-read book list. I just enjoy reading what they write because they’re clear thinkers and great writers.
Bookstores and Amazon wouldn’t consider many of the titles I list to be in the marketing/promotion category. But I’m someone who looks through the marketing/promotion lens with everything I read, so all 33 books are remarkably relevant to what I consider marketing/promotion principles.
I suppose my 33 slow-read book list will change from year to year, but my morning review habit will never change. I like to start each day drilling deeper and deeper into a well of knowledge that’s already familiar to me.
I’ve read each of the 33 books at least twice.
Key Point: I’m never the same person I was after I finish reading a book as I was when I first started reading the Table of Contents. And you are probably NOT the same person you are now as you were when you first started reading this post.
As such, I encourage you to review more often than you d0 now and you’ll soon discover new distinctions and insights you didn’t recognize after your first read-through.
What To Do Now: First, please watch the video if you haven’t already done so. Second, review it a second time to see if it seems different to you, or if you make one or more important distinctions compared to the first time.
Happy New Year!
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