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The Eternal Optimist Library

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Why it's in my library:
The first autobiography I read high school. 

What I learned:

Mr. Mandela exemplifies the eternal optimist. He learns, sees forward and inspires others.

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Why it's in my library:

The breakdown of how habits form is clearly spelled out in compelling stories.

 

What I learned:

Cue, routine, reward is the model for habit forming. 

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Why it's in my library:

Recommended by my wife, nearly every female client has been gifted this book, and many men too. 

What I learned:

A thorough examination of 12 habits holding women back and what to do about them.

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Why it's in my library:

The aggregation of marginal gains is at play in many of my speeches and coaching.

What I learned:

Get 1% better at everything and turn it into a habit.

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Why it's in my library:

I began listening to Tony Robbins tapes in high school.

What I learned:

I can do, have, achieve, and create anything I want out of life. 

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Why it's in my library:

My Dad gave this to me in high school. Rule #1 is emblazoned in my mind.

What I learned:

A person's name is the most important thing to that person.

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Why it's in my library:

This book has made the biggest difference in my life.

What I learned:

S.A.V.E.R.S. teaches us a structured way to approach personal growth.

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