"The Answer" by John Assaraf & Murray Smith. I originally read it in a blur, trying to suck in all the good stuff and get on to my next read. This time around I picked it up on a intuitive hunch and have breezed through the first 60 pages with much more amazing insight.
In business, it's true that I prefered working with younger people. I know, I know, that can be viewed as discrimination, but in a sales industry you want to work with people who are hungry and motivated. People who have lived through life a little longer have had the shine wiped clean out of their eyes. They tend to stop hoping for great things and find it easier to settle for smaller feats. Before you know it, if we follow these paths we can end up not caring about much other than getting to the weekend.
My hope is to inspire myself and others to constantly use the imaginations within. There is a lot to create and the ability is ours, but nothing will happen if we first don't clearly visualize what we want. What are some of the things you daydream about?