FAV 5 Recommended Reading For Smart Entrepreneurs (October 25, 2016)

Hello Entrepreneurs,

Welcome to our FAV 5… recommended reading/watching to help you obliterate your business goals!


Beating yourself up
Seth Godin

Create A Morning Ritual That Will Stick [VIDEO]
Dr. Isaiah Hankel

Turning Haters into Advocates [VIDEO]
Gary Vaynerchuk

How Change-Makers Generate Confidence – Robin Sharma [VIDEO]
Robin Sharma

3 Ways to Trick Your Brain Out of a Mid-Afternoon Slump
Tom Popomaronis – Inc. Magazine

Be amazing!




  1. Tanya Schroeder on October 27, 2016 at 10:58 am

    Isn’t Seth Godin gold? I love the quick tid bit on not beating yourself up — so useful for budding entrepreneurs since the road is rough. I found my self many days in the beginning giving myself a hard time and feeling like I failed. It’s no useful and burns your energy to move forward. Really dug the Gary V video also – haters gonna hate! When you grow your business and as a figure, people will always find a reason to discourage you. The self-awareness principle and developing your EQ are essential for the process.

  2. Tara Miller, MC, RCC (@taradawnmiller) on October 27, 2016 at 7:09 pm

    I love blogs about the useless habits we indulge in … that are useless. Straight to the point in all these pieces this week. I read this during my mid-aftenoon slump.

  3. mikeferrarella on November 3, 2016 at 1:03 am

    I could listen to Gary Vee all day, but that wouldn’t be a productive use of his material. So I’ll keep listening until it sticks and my actions match the words. Thanks for this Top 5 list.

  4. francobfd1 on November 4, 2016 at 11:01 pm

    Always enjoy the curated articles Nishi. Thanks!

  5. Mary Ann "Yogi Wonders" MP on November 5, 2016 at 12:48 am

    I love the short article from Seth. I want more of those kind of blog. It’s so true that others are already beating us up enough and then we beat our self too. That’s too many beating we take and it must stop! Thank you

  6. Daniel Olexa, CCHt on November 6, 2016 at 10:02 am

    Morning rituals that stick, breaking out of an afternoon slump, and defeating imposter syndrome… a combination for a perfect day!