Montreal Goal Cultivator Community – Dan Sullivan Gets My Read On

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I am often asked, especially lately, how I have so much time to read? I created The Montreal Business Book Club, but a while back I found it extremely challenging to read each month’s business book club selection and I found myself falling behind.
About six months ago, I was approached by a close friend, who had been quite involved in the Dan Sullivan Strategic Coach program for many years, about starting a Montreal Goal Cultivator Community. I had fallen in love with the Dan Sullivan CD set, How The Best Get Better, and thought this Montreal Goal Cultivator Community would be a great idea.
With a small group, we initiated our sessions almost three months ago and the changes in my life have been overwhelming. I’m not going to roll through the personal details but two goals – one, to get back a semblance of a regular workout regime and two, to read The Montreal Business Book Club selection – are really working out (pardon the pun). During my fifty minute bike routine I read. The result: I feel great and, more importantly, I have read about fifteen books in a couple of months.
I had never taken the initiative to write down my goals before. It’s been very powerful. The Montreal Goal Cultivator Community offers me the ability to spend about three hours every ninety days to work on my next ninety days. The results are shining through.
Here is a list of books I’ve gobbled down in the past little while (in no particular order):
Buzz Marketing With Blogs by Susannah Gardner.
The Big Moo – Stop Trying To Be Perfect And Start Being Remarkable by The Group Of 33 and edited by Seth Godin.
A Clear Eye For Branding by Tom Asacker.
Fast Company – The Rules Of Business by Fast Company’s Editors & Writers.
And Now A Few Words From Me by Bob Garfield.
Mampodi!! By Mike Lipkin.
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma.
The Cluetrain Manifesto by Rick Levine, Christopher Locke, Doc Searls and David Weinberger.
A Whole New Mind – Moving From The Information Age To The Conceptual Age by Daniel H. Pink.
The Ten Faces Of Innovation by Tom Kelley with Jonathan Littman.
Never Eat Alone by Keith Ferrazzi with Tahl Raz.
The Google Story by David A. Vise and Mark Malseed.
Selling To The Old Brain by Patrick Renvoise and Christophe Morin.
Winning by Jack Welch and Suzy Welch.
Unique Ability – Creating The Life You Want by Catherine Nomura and Julia Waller with Shannon Waller.