Ruth Zukerman | Riding High | Book Review by Lisa Woodruff of Organize 365 On the last Monday of every month, my book review will highlight a female founder or business owner. Most of these women started a company from their homes with less than $10,000. This week I am reviewing Riding High: How I Kissed SoulCycle Goodbye, Co-Founded Flywheel, and Built the Life I Always Wanted by Ruther Zukerman. Ruth is the founder of both SoulCycle and Flywheel. I love listening to all different kinds of female founders no matter what industry they are in. Many of the female entrepreneurial stories where the women are trying to juggle their business, family, and #allthethings. Along the way they break, and then find their passion when they start over again. This story also includes how one particular woman left her own business and moved onto the next. There is so much that is interesting in this book, I highly recommend it. @ruthridinghigh FTC: This video is not sponsored. Some affiliate links may be used.
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Jeff Olson | The Slight Edge | Book Review by Lisa Woodruff In June, I share 5 different books on mindset, and I again share how my own thinking has been influenced and even changed for the better by these new ideas. This week I am reviewing The Slight Edge: Turning Simple Disciplines into Massive Success and Happiness by Jeff Olson. This book was written in 2011 and it totally changed my life. It is about making the teeniest tiniest little changes consistently over time and how they get magnified as you go on. He recommends to not take the easy way out and I show the diagram in the video to show how this leads to change in the long run. What you do today and every day matters. Read this book and see how you can use tiny changes to create the life you want for yourself. @JeffOlson_ @yourslightedge FTC: This video is not sponsored. Some affiliate links used.
Tara Mohr | Playing Big | Book Review by Lisa Woodruff In June, I share 5 different books on mindset, and I again share how my own thinking has been influenced and even changed for the better by these new ideas. This week, I am reviewing Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead by Tara Mohr. I listened to this book in the car, and it felt like I was sitting with a friend who was one step ahead of me who shared her insights and wisdom on how she made it. So much of my own self improvement and self development is about goal setting. This book takes a radically different approach. It helped me think through and figure out what I was uniquely created to do and to play big in the world. Initially, it was intimidating to take on the responsibility to live out my purpose. She helped me figure out my limiting beliefs and my inner critic so that I could change my mindset. So much of what happens in my life is happening between my two ears. It helped me to think differently and to think bigger thoughts….
Gay Hendricks | The Big Leap | Book Review by Lisa Woodruff In June, I share 5 different books on mindset, and I again share how my own thinking has been influenced and even changed for the better by these new ideas. This week, I review The Big Leap: Conquer Your Hidden Fear and Take Life to the Next Level by Gay Hendricks. I listened to this book twice in 2016 because it had such a profound effect on me. Gay talks about our mindset having an internal thermostat that limits how much success and happiness we allow ourselves to feel. I found this to be true about my own dealing with credit card debt. Gay shares how he was able to adjust his own level of happiness and how to remove the blocks and beliefs that get in your way to being happier. FTC: This video is not sponsored. Some affiliate links used.
Julia Pimsleur | Million Dollar Woman | Book Review by Lisa Woodruff On the last Monday of every month, my book review will highlight a female founder or business owner. Most of these women started a company from their homes with less than $10,000. Million Dollar Women: The Essential Guide for Female Entrepreneurs Who Want to Go Big by Julie Pimsleur is our Female Founder for April. I loved listening to this book on Audible. I was looking for inspiration to keep growing my business income, and I wanted to learn about how to work towards earning a million dollars. This was the first book that taught me to know the numbers of my business. This book also opened my eyes to the fact that growing a business often takes a lot of money and helped me to anticipate what I would need when moving into physical products. @juliapimsleur FTC: This video is not sponsored. Some affiliate links used.
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Napoleon Hill | Thing & Grow Rich | Book Review by Lisa Woodruff March is all about sales. I share books that have influenced how I sell, the sales process I use, and how I have been able to create enough income to keep a small business alive, growing, and thriving for 8 years. Today I am reviewing the book Think and Grow Rich written by Napoleon Hill. This book moves from sales strategies and principles to the mindset of selling. Instead of teaching the tactics of being a good sales person, this book helps develop the emotions required to make sales. We all have beliefs that are inside of our head that hold us back. This book really simplifies success into two key principles that I explain in the video. I also share with you how I applied these two keys into Organize 365 and how they have helped me find success and share the mission of our company. Make sure to watch to learn these for yourself! If you want me to come to your city on the book tour for The Paper Solution (available August 4, 2020), please share your information at organize365.com/booktour #sales #marketing #entrepreneur #burningdesire…
Perry Marshall | 80/20 Rule | Book Review by Lisa Woodruff My March book reviews are all about sales. I share books that have influenced how I sell, the sales process I use, and how I have been able to create enough income to keep a small business alive, growing, and thriving for 8 years. 80/20 Sales and Marketing: The Definitive Guide to Working Less and Making More by Perry Marshall takes the traditional 80/20 rule and applies it specifically to sales and marketing. In my book review, I explain how I saw the 80/20 rule in action as a professional organizer and I use it in the 100 Days Home Organization Program. As a business owner, I learned about spending time and effort on the most important things, how to understand the “power curve,” and how to determine what to delegate. This book really helped me to scale Organize 365 and I highly recommend it. @PerryMarshall Purchase the book: OR 8020 Book For One Cent #PerryMarshall #80/20 #8020 #sales #marketing #powercurve #entrepreneur #womanownedbusiness Follow me on Goodreads! https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/58789567-lisa-woodruff FTC: This video is not sponsored. Some affiliate links used.
Gretchen Rubin | The Four Tendencies | Book Review by Lisa Woodruff Gretchen Rubin’s book The Four Tendencies: The Indispensable Personality Profiles That Reveal How to Make Your Life Better (and Other People’s Lives Better, Too) has been a game changer in my understanding of personality and uniqueness. The four tendencies are how you decide if you are going to do something. Some people respond to what others tell them to do, and others respond best to their internal decisions. Knowing how you respond to expectations will help you understand how to set up your to do list and priorities. This book helped me to understand myself and others in order to have better interactions with them. Listen in to hear MY tendency! @Gretchen Rubin Purchase book here on Amazon: Prefer to listen to books? Get your free trial of Audible here: http://www.audibletrial.com/Organize365 Listen to my interview with Gretchen Rubin here: Take the quiz here: The Four Tendencies Quiz Follow me on Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/58789567-lisa-woodruff More of Lisa’s book reviews: Sally Hogshead | How the World Sees You Michael Breus | Power of When Bob Kealing | Life of the Party Malcolm Gladwell | Outliers & The Tipping Point William Strauss…
Sally Hogshead | How the World Sees You | Book Review by Lisa Woodruff How the World Sees You: Discover Your Highest Value Through the Science of Fascination by Sally Hogshead describes 49 different fascination advantages. The matrix helps individuals identify strengths and weaknesses of seven different archetypes (bigger categories). This week I share how the world sees me along with five adjectives that are commonly used to describe me. Within the advantages, there is guidance for how to work best with your type. This has been highly effective in my own team so that we can optimize our effectiveness by delivering how others work best. Listen in to see what famous people share my advantage and way of being seen! @Sally Hogshead Purchase book here: Like to listen to books instead? Try a free trial on Audible: http://www.audibletrial.com/Organize365 Follow me on Goodreads! http://organize365.com/goodreads More of Lisa’s book reviews: Michael Breus | Power of When Bob Kealing | Life of the Party Malcolm Gladwell | Outliers & The Tipping Point William Strauss and Neil Howe | Generations Laura Vanderkam | 168 Hours You Have More Time Than You Think FTC: This video is not sponsored. Some affiliate links used.
Bob Kealing | Life of the Party | Book Review by Lisa Woodruff On the last Monday of every month, my book review will highlight a female founder or business owner. This week, I share the story of Brownie Wise. Although she was not the founder of Tupperware, she moved sales from a door to door model to the in home party sales we know today. She helped to create the direct sales model and influence the role of women working from home. Life of the Party | Find it here https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/182044.Bob_Kealing Learn more about Bob Kealing https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/authors/306207/bob-kealing LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bob-kealing-83219b7/ Follow on: Twitter: @Bob_Kealing Follow me on Goodreads! http://organize365.com/goodreads Listen on Audible http://www.audibletrial.com/Organize365 Related Videos: Malcolm Gladwell | Outliers & The Tipping Point William Strauss and Neil Howe | Generations Laura Vanderkam | 168 Hours You Have More Time Than You Think FTC: This video is not sponsored. Some affiliate links used.
William Strauss and Neil Howe | Generations | Book Review Generations: The History of America’s Future, 1584 to 2069 helped me get clarity and articulate thoughts I had when I was doing in home professional organizing. The authors look at how generations repeat in archetypes and in dominant/recessive patterns. This book allowed me to understand how each generation and their influences have shaped the people around us. It crystallized my thinking about who we are in the world and how we interact with each other. Generations https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0688119123?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creativeASIN=0688119123&linkCode=xm2&tag=warrmama-20 Listen on Audible: http://www.audibletrial.com/Organize365 About Neil Howe: https://www.lifecourse.com/about/leadership-team/howe.html About William Strauss: https://www.lifecourse.com/about/strauss.html About LifeCourse: https://www.linkedin.com/company/lifecourse-associates-llc/ Follow me on Goodreads! http://organize365.com/goodreads FTC: This video is not sponsored. Some affiliate links used.
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The only real organizations which will survive the perpetual-condition-of-change are individuals that participate in a continuous-condition-of-learning, or as Peter Senge calls them – Learning Organizations. Transforming your business right into a “learning organization” can be tough, particularly if your business is rooted in industrial age paradigms. The genius of Peter Senge’s book, is a result of the truth that he offers his readers an clear to see, method to lead your business in the industrial towards the information age. Peter Senge also introduces with great mastery and utmost simplicity, the concepts of recent-science (chaos, complexity, systems’ theory) where he basis his methodology. The main reason this book is required studying for those M2MSys collaborators happens because M2MSys uses exactly the same concepts, to enhance business processes. (http://m2msysonline.com). Would really like a duplicate of the presentation? Download the presentation on http://world wide web.slideshare.internet/M2MSys/peter-senge-fifth-discipline-book-review-presentation