Live Your Truth by @KamalRavikant
Dawn Casey-Rowe stashed this in Inspiration
This is a fantastic book--It's Kamal's second. His first, "Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It" is the guide to getting out of crisis. "Live Your Truth" is the follow up, answering the question, "Now what?"
Kamal writes so beautifully, weaving stories in with things that worked for him--following his own truth, which in many respects deviated from his original path and brought him magic. I think that's the way it happens for many of us...
In the book Kamal says his favorite thing on the Internet is James Altucher's Daily Practice post:
Also known as "how to be the luckiest guy on the planet in 4 easy steps".
A great post.
James talks about balance in his book, "Choose Yourself," too. If you haven't read it yet, here's the link. http://www.amazon.com/Choose-Yourself-James-Altucher/dp/1490313370/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1376451066&sr=8-1&keywords=choose+yourself
I actually read the book, but I'm told that the audio version was extremely entertaining. It's on my list. I'm going to plan a road trip for the listening occasion.
I just finished Kamal's book, and I enjoyed it.
The message to me is to find the most important thing in your life and truly commit to it.
Kamal repeats over and over again: DO THE WORK.
It's not about an easy life.
It's about leading a meaningful life.
I think that a meaningful life is easier--not if you're measuring the scientific definition of "work" or "easy," but if you really think of how hard it seems, because you're doing what you're supposed to do.
Kamal's book is available on Amazon:
I tweeted about it here:
Kamal also has a newsletter: http://newsletter.founderzen.com/