The 200 in 1 Book…

It was meant to be so well timed. A book a month, a commitment to self improvement, an obsorbing period learning from a host of authors….And I’m still on March’s text. And I am thrilled that is the case…

Why? Because the book in question is Tools of Titans by Tim Ferriss – The review was supposed to be fully published on here by now, but there’s good reason it isn’t! (other than the enlightening 600 page chest of insights into some of the greatest minds living today from his 200 and counting podcast series) The value this success bible brings to the reader is the seemingly endlesss of feeds into the minds of those that Tim interviews…

Without developing into the full blown review, the glory of the book thus far is that it draws you to a) instinctively long to know more about the interviewee – The quickest way is to start loading your device with their full podcast interviews, which will more than likely be well over an hour and half of rich content b) you subsequently subscribe to Tim’s show if you aren’t already (it’s that damn good!) and c) it nudges you in all different directions – books, podcasts, articles & leading to further insights of those that were interviewed for the show in the first place (e.g. I now subscribe to The James Altucher Show, via iTunes, regularly read his excellent articles on LinkedIn & his ‘Choose Yourself’ book is now on my list this year….

…if I ever finish Tools of Titans 😉

I’m delighted to be reading such a valuable text – one in which I already know I will be refer back to for inspiration. So one book has created hours of food for thought and open up more doors than I could possibly imagine, in little over a few weeks…

To be continued!!

Published by Matt Elson

Bringing you the latest in not only my personal journal into the world of disability Bodybuilding, but a discovery into latest events, profiles, news and promoting awareness of this great sport Based in Bristol in the UK, I’ve been competing in Disability Bodybuilding for the last 3 years in a journey which has taken me all over the country to national, international & world championships and I am so so grateful for that opportunity that had changed my life. Living with Cerebal Palsy has its challenges, but everyone has their individual hurdles to negotiate. Gaining strength both physically & mentally and adapting to the surrounding is all part of this journey. This is a mission to raise awareness, to promote our great category to develop opportunities for others. Please get in touch if you’d like to discuss more!

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