Reading is vital for your Self-Improvement.  If you’re not sure where to start, try these…


The One Thing  by Gary Keller & Jay Papasan

“The surprisingly simple truth behind extraordinary results” – this book challenges you, in a single moment, to boil down everything you are doing to one simple question.  Learning to find your ‘One Thing’ at any given moment brings clarity, focus, opportunity and huge potential for success.  I found this difficult to put down and read the whole thing in just a handful of sessions.  A recommended read.


The Compound Effect  by Darren Hardy

An excellent explanation of a Self-Improvement basic: big success only comes from a series of small steps performed consistently.  Darren Hardy’s book is easy to read and easy to put into practice.  Wherever you are in your Self-Improvement, this is a useful read.


The 12 Week Year  by Brian P. Moran and Michael Lennington  

Setting, monitoring, measuring and asssessing your goals is an important part of Self-Improvement.  Moran and Lennington suggest splitting your “traditional” year into four separate “years” in order to accelerate the plan and review process.  It’s an interesting concept and one that sounds like a good idea.  I’m currently giving it a try so no doubt one day I’ll let you know!