With that, I’ve been recording guests for Season 11 all summer to make this my best season yet. Full of inspiring interviews, diverse voices, and actionable takeaways we can all use to turn these uncertain times into that wake-call many of us need to do more and live more intentional and positive lives.
That’s why I wanted to kick off this season with a very inspiring and positive guest, Bob Burg, author of The Go-Giver. As I shared in this episode, I’d previously heard of his book, but it wasn’t until I did a call-out on Twitter about what everyone’s favourite personal finance books were that I was introduced to Bob. Although it’s not a personal finance book in the traditional sense, it is now one of my go-to recommendations for anyone who is struggling in the areas of growing in their career and planning out a path for personal or professional success.
No joke, I read this book in maybe two sittings. Then I got my husband to read it right after. I loved it. I really did. It hit home on so many fronts, it almost felt like I was meant to read it at that specific point in time.
We talk about a few different sections of the book in this episode, so hopefully, you’ll absorb some of the key takeaways I got from reading it, but of course, I highly recommend grabbing a copy too!
Things I Mentioned in This Episode
Want to continue learning how to navigate money during the pandemic? Here are some great resources from The Balance!
- Grab a copy of The Go-Giver, you won’t be disappointed
- Learn more about Bob Burg and his series of books
- Check out my episode with Bob’s co-author John David Mann. He was on the show to discuss another great book he co-authored, The Latte Factor
- I’m giving away a copy (possibly multiple copies) of Bob Burg’s The Go-Giver. To enter, visit jessicamoorhouse.com/contests
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