Personal Development

One of the 4 Vital Behaviors is Personal Development. If this isn't something you're used to doing. Start small by reading 10 minutes a day or listening to 20 minutes of audio a day. Overtime you'll get to where you like having this quiet time to learn and reflect on things.  Get a notebook and label it "Personal Development" on the front so you can take notes and keep them all in one place. 


Download the Kindle App - most books are cheaper if you don't mind reading off your phone or tablet. 


Download the Audible App - an easy way to access audio books. 


You can purchase most books and audio books off Most of the time you can get a used book or even a new book for cheaper than the local book stores. If you have the Amazon Prime service you can get these books delivered within a couple business days. 

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These are the books you need to read or listen to first as a New Coach. 

1. Get Over Your Damn Self - Romi Neustadt

2. Beach Money - Jordan Adler

3. Rock Your Network Marketing Business - Sarah Robbins

4. The Slight Edge - Jeff Olson

5. The Compound Effect - Darren Hardy 

6. Go Pro - Eric Worre 

7. The Go-Giver - Bob Burg

8. Go For No - Richard Fenton



These can be read in any particular order: 


The 5 Second Rule - Mel Robbins 

6 Months to 6 Figures - Peter J. Voogd


The 12 Week Year - Brian P. Moran


Crush It - Gary Vaynerchuk


Building Your Network Marketing Business - Jim Rohn 

You Are A Badass - Jen Sincero


Your First Year In Network Marketing - Mark Yarnell 


PUSH - Chalene Johnson


The 45 Second Presentation - Don Failla 


Failing Forward - John Maxwell 


The Flip Flop CEO - Janine Finney


The Magic of Thinking BIG - David J. Schwartz


Think and Grow Rich - Napoleon Hill


How to Win Friends and Influence People - Dale Carnegie 


Twelve Pillars - Jim Rohn 


The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster - Darren Hardy 


The Go-Getter - Peter Kyne


The Dream Giver - Bruce Wilkinson


Jab, Jab, Jab Right Hook - Gary Vaynerchuk 


The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership - John Maxwell