What I Read: May 2020

Hey, everyone! Although I’ve been slacking with my “What I am Reading” blog updates, I am happy to share I am still going strong with the actual goal.

As a friendly reminder: Back in January of 2019 I committed myself to read *at least* one book per month. I am proud of myself for staying the course.

Here’s what I read during the month of May 2020 –

Self Made

Author: Nelly Galan

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I actually received this book as a gift when I went to an entrepreneur event back in 2016 or so. About halfway through reading the book this time around, I realized I had already read it four years ago.

That tells you at least one thing: This book is good enough to read more than once which is something I RARELY do.

Ironically, however, both of the books I read in May are books I had read before.

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Make Today Count

Author: John Maxwell

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This is another book I had previously read and it is actually a staple in my library.

John Maxwell is one of my favorite authors when it comes to personal development, motivation, and empowerment books.

During the month of May, I read “Make Today Count” as part of my morning routine. I read about a chapter or two every morning. Great way to start my days.

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QUESTION: What have you been reading recently? Have you read any of these books? Share in the comments!

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2 thoughts on “What I Read: May 2020

  1. Anita Faulkner

    I haven’t read any of those books yet. I am currently reading Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker.

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