For years, I’ve been thinking about a metaphor for how I contribute to BroVance. What I came up with is a sponge and a bucket of water. What I do for you is I take all of the awareness and wisdom I get from the dozens of books I read each month and I absorb it – like a sponge absorbs water. And I bring it to you in the form of various BroVance trainings.
I constantly stay connected to bright, brilliant people through their books. When I emerge from this absorption and bring it to you in a form that is easy for you to understand and implement. I want to share some of the reading materials that I’ve absorbed over the past few years. These are books I refer to time and time again.
These are great books, in general, that I’d love for you to add to your library:
Silent Power (Stuart Wilde)
A major, significant lesson I got from this book was to be conscious of when I’m physically leaning in and to be conscious of when I need something more than I want something. There is a lot of silent power on the clarity of what you want.
Take Your Time: Finding Balance in a Hurried World (author)
I work with BroVance members to take time slowing down and looking deeply inside to what we really want.
Change Your Questions, Change Your Life (author)
There are seven really great questions that I weave into the fabric of many of my BroVance trainings.
Yes, You Can Change the World (Aman Motwane)
This is a beautiful story about how we each have the ability to change the life of people we interact with, just by how we connect and how we communicate.
If How-To’s Were Enough, We’d All Be Skinny, Rich and Happy (Brian Klemmer)
What you’ll learn is that if you go after what you want, it’s not trying to figure out how to get it, it’s more about getting really clear on exactly what you want.
Awareness (Anthony Surname)
This is a unique approach with our relationship to spirituality.
The Laws of Happiness (Ryuho Okawa)
If you’re feeling happy, you’re probably moving in the direction of what you want.
The Amazing Power of Deliberate Intent (Ester and Gerry Hicks)
This book states that it is the frequency and the vibration of thought that attracts things to us.
Mind is the Master (James Allen)
This is one of my favorite philosophers. This book covers everything from self-discipline to understanding silence. He’s an extremely prolific writer.
Instant Enlightenment (David Deda)
It’s a little book that gives you fast, deep and sexy ways to find solutions to complex issues in your life.
Mastery: The Keys to Success and Long-Term Fulfillment (George Leonard)
This book shows you what it means to be a master and take the master’s journey.
Think and Grow Rich (Napoleon Hill)
This is where it all started. Napoleon Hill was using the word ‘vibration’ and ‘frequency’ back in the 1930’s. He was one of the first people to say, “What we think about – we create.”
The War of Art (Steven Pressfield)
Whenever I’m looking to have a victory over resistance, I refer to this book.
Open Your Mind to Receive (Catherine Ponder)
We all know that in order to attract we have to be allowing to receive. You can give and give and give, but there’s a moment when it’s time to receive.
Count Your Blessings (Dr. John Demartini)
You may recognize him from the movie “The Secret.” He shows us that all of our healing happens inside of gratitude.
The Secrets of Creating Your Future (Tad James)
This was one of my first introductions to neurolinguistics.
Instant Confidence (Paul McKenna)
Paul is a master at communicating some pretty simple concepts.
One Taste (Ken Wilber)
This is about getting a taste of peace, contentment and spirituality.
Listening to Your Inner Guide (Jon Mundy)
His coaching is to go inside; the answers are not outside. Only you know what YOU really want.
Change in Your Life (Mary Surname)
I refer to this book quite frequently I’m doing one-on-one coaching with BroVance members. We all go through difficult, tough moments. What Mary talks about are the different ways to handle these challenging situations.
The Principles of Self-Mastery (Napolean Hill?)
This is about going after what you want – not just after what you can get.
Mysticism & Modern Life (Larry Laveman)
This is ancient wisdom for personal growth. This is not a light read, but it’s had a profound impact on my life.
How to Be, Do or Have Anything (Laurence Surname)
In BroVance we spend a lot of time talking about creating what we want by being what we want. First, you ‘be’ it, then you ‘do’ it and then you’ll have it. share this