Share a Book a Week

Here are the books I have shared for #StartingToday.

 
 
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High Performance Habits by brendon Bruchard

Brendon boils down decades of research into six 'high performance habits' that anyone can develop through determination and discipline.

This provides a very robust overview of many ways to improve your life and outset, with a positive yet ambitious attitude to building robust human performance.

One critique about Brendon's approach: He spends considerable time discussing his perspective of Strengths-based Development, essentially criticizing the notion that a focus on one's innate, unique talents is myopic, and that high performance is not correlated with one's unique talents. Strengths-based development is focused on maximizing individual potential based on the way the individual is wired, and this requires a unique, personalized approach for each person's 'talent fingerprint'. Thus, I would argue that strengths-based development can work side by side with Brendon's High Performance approach, rather than as an antithesis. So Brendon, how can we explore working together on Strengths and High Performance, rather than as separate silos?

This is a worthwhile read/listen, and Brendon has generously provided the audiobook on his podcast, The Brendon Show, which you can download today. Thank you Brendon!

 

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