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Do you want to learn, grow and develop? Who doesn’t? If you are like me, you’d do anything to make yourself happy, a pleasure to be around and the best version of yourself that you can be. We’d LOVE to have you join our monthly personal development book club. http://leadership.thejunkwave.com/book-club/

Feel better about all the bad stuff in your life - weave it into your legacy in a great way. BRILLIANT book that puts everything into perspective. You can buy online and as an eBook if preferred.$19.95 http://www.lifeleadership.com.au/Shopping/tabid/63/ProdID/3160/ln/80001304/Default.aspx

Do you see your dream? Vince Poscente is an advocate for seeing your dream in your mind’s eye. In his charming book, The Ant and the Elephant, Poscente teaches that a conscious thought uses 2000 neurons a second. But, the sub conscious is so powerful that it requires 4 billion neurons a second. Imagine pictures (the language of the sub conscious) to get what you want as 4 billion neurons make for a super highway straight to your dream…

As a way to help myself think deeply about what I am reading, and to do book reviews, I warm up by thinking about the metaphorical meaning hidden within song lyrics. Let’s look at analysing and reading some of the metaphor in one of my favourite songs: The day the music died, by Don McLean. A tribute to Buddy Holly and a lament to the loss of danceable rock and roll music following Holly’s death, American Pie is essentially a Folk Song turned popular music.

Four Nothing Habits That Can Change Everything by Stephen Palmer. Leadership expert John Maxwell said, “You will never change your life until you change something you do daily. The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.”

"What you believe about yourself determines your destiny more than any other factor." The Most Important Factor that Determines Your Destiny. BRILLIANT article by Stephen Palmer from the Centre for Social Leadership. http://www.thesocialleader.com/2013/10/destiny/

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