WWW Wednesdays (June 12)

WWW_Wednesdays4To play along, just answer the following three (3) questions…

• What are you currently reading?
• What did you recently finish reading?
• What do you think you’ll read next?

My answers:

BernsteinAlbertJ_EmotionalVampiresAtWorkWhat are you currently reading? I’m reading the eBook version of “Emotional Vampires at Work” by Albert J. Bernstein. It’s okay, but not what I’d expected.

CarrAllen_LoseWeightNowWhat did you recently finish reading? I finished “Pure Pleasure” by Gary Thomas, and “Lose Weight Now: The Easy Way” by Allen Carr, this past weekend. Both were excellent! Recommended!

TaylorEphrenW_TheEliteEntrepreneurWhat do you think you’ll read next? I’m still waiting for “Craving” by Omar Manejwala, M.D. to come in at the library. But, I have “Start With Why” by Simon Sinek borrowed, right now, as well as “The Elite Entrepreneur” by Ephren W. Taylor. So, probably one of those.

PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT with either the link to your own WWW Wednesdays post, or share your answers in a comment here (if you don’t have a blog). Thanks! 😀

42 thoughts on “WWW Wednesdays (June 12)

  1. Some interesting choices and you seem to be reading lots of non-fiction just now. Here is my WWW post for this week.


  2. Wow! That’s all I have to say after reading Elite Entrepreneur. It was refreshing to read a book that provides practical step by step advice from one of America’s most successful entrepreneurs in Ephren Taylor. If you want a book that is going to flatter you and tell you that you don’t have to work hard and be persistent to take it to the next level in your professional career, then don’t pick this book up.However, if you are serious and ready to step up and make a positive change in your career then this book is for you! This book is filled with practical strategies that aspiring entrepreneurs can utilize immediately. There’s also a great section in the book that provides solutions to the most common challenges that entrepreneurs face so that you won’t have to make the same mistakes in your entrepreneurial journey. So what are you waiting for? Pick up this book and seriously apply the advice and you will be on your way to becoming the next Elite Entrepreneur!


  3. ‘Do you believe in God, Mr Langdon? ‘
    “Although he’d studied religion for years, Langdon was not a religious man. He respected the power of faith, the benevolence of churches, the strength religion gave to so many people…and yet, for him, the intellectual suspension of disbelief that was imperative if one were truly going to ‘believe’ had always proved too big an obstacle for his academic mind. ‘I want to believe’ he heard himself say.
    –From Angels and Demons by Dan Brown. This book was written before the huge success of The Da Vinci Code. It became a best seller later and was also made into a movie. I love books which allow me some sort of historical tourism so that I can look up references on the net and gloat over it as if I had just been to the place itself.


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