All leaders are readers…
Harry Truman once said that but as a child I wouldn’t have believed him.
The books I read in school were mostly a chore and I couldn’t see how they applied to my life so I turned to the time-honored tradition of watching movies instead.
Two hours instead of two weeks.
For a kid that’s time management 101.
But that was then, today I’m a whole new man.
It all started a few short years ago when I realized I didn’t have all the answers (what a surprise?!).
I was faced with problems that I didn’t have answers to and as I lived in Japan I turned to books for answers.
What I discovered amazed me.
Since that time I’ve never looked back.
Today I read, listen and watch everything I can get my hands on the topics of self-help, time management, marketing, finance and business.
A few years back I was introduced to a little books by Jim Stovall called “The Ultimate Gift.”
It was hailed by the late Charlie “Tremendous” Jones as a classic and he was absolutely right.
It’s everything I believe a good book should be; short, easy-to-read, powerful, inspirational and memorable. And rightfully deserves a place in any body’s library who is serious about success and life.
Last night I had the good fortune to be able to sit down with Jim and get his take on success and more.
This is another interview you won’t want to miss.