October 5, 2007

Every good book I’ve read about enhancing your business or your life suggests that reading the biographies of great people is a good way to learn great things.  Last week at the book store I decided it was time to try that out.  It turns out they’re right.  I’m about half way through this nearly 600 page book and am fascinated by the details.  I really didn’t know much about Houdini except that he was a magician a long time ago.

This goes so much farther than just describing what took place, and who did what over 100 years ago.  It delves into the thought process and lessons that got Houdini from a nobody to internationally known and respected.  I’m not sure who I’ll read about next.  Does anyone have any suggestions?  If so leave me a comment.

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