I’ve nearly always got a self-improvement book on the go, but this one is an oddity — it was first published over twenty years ago, and the cultural references in it are a bit disconcerting.
But for all that, Anthony Robbins is one of the original motivation gurus (he apparently hates that title), and the book is a no-gimmicks back-to-basics grounding in positive thinking.
Mark picked up the paperback first — he has been watching Robbins on TED, and was inspired enough to buy one of his books. Mark started talking about the book, so I bought the Kindle edition (because I really hate reading paperbacks that much these days, and because I didn’t want to wait for Mark to finish — the book has five hundred pages.)
I’ve been on a fiction spree lately:
Dirty Little Lies, Julie Leto
The Devil’s Fire, Matt Tomerlin
Breath of Scandal, Sandra Brown
Enigma, Aimee Ash
London Twist, Barry Eisler
And that’s it for this month…I’ve been a bit busy!