My Weekly Favorite 5,… September 22, 2016

The Current Book I am Reading
I just started to reading John Maxwell's The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership: Follow Them and People Will Follow You.
If you’ve never read The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, you’ve been missing out on one of the best-selling leadership books of all time. If you have read the original version, then you’ll love this new expanded and updated one.

  • Every Law of Leadership has been sharpened and updated
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  • Two new Laws of Leadership are introduced
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Great book read with a group exploring the laws. Nice to get other points of view with the group definitely makes me think about how I want to be viewed as a leader in my organization.
Click here to get your copy.

My Favorite Article this Week
10 Awesome Tips for Being a Better Leader
Let's be honest. Being a great leader ain't easy. As in an effective, inspiring, well-respected leader for your company.

The good news is that we've compiled this list of awesome, actionable leadership tips that will have you running your business...like a boss -- a good one. Some are relatively basic but are important reminders. Others, well, perhaps you've never considered before.

Consider these tips when upping your leadership game:

1. Lead by example.
Leaders need to show, not just tell. If you want your employees to be punctual, make sure you’re there on time -- or even early. If professionalism is a priority, make sure you’re dressed for success, and treat everyone you interact with (both in-person and online) with courtesy. Set the tone and your employees will follow it. Click Here to read more.

My Favorite Kitchen Gadget

WoW, what a cool tool. I have used my Anova Culinary PCB-120US-K1 Bluetooth Precision Cooker, for a few months now. 

This is by far my favorite kitchen gadget. It can make skirt steak as tender as tenderloin. It makes all meats so flavorful and is super easy to use. We never eat a steak without using the sous vide. There are tons of recipes, but we just put whatever meat with whatever seasonings we want and let it go for varying times and it always comes out super juicy and super flavorful. After sous vide, we either throw the meat on a gas grill with no protective plate over the flame or in a hot cast iron grill to caramelize the meat. Our favorite thing to do is buy the HEB beef fajitas and sous vide them for 3-4 hours and then toss them on the grill for about 3 minutes each side....they are fantastic...even more flavor!
If you love to cook you need one of them; click here to get yours

My Favorite Quote this Week

"When you see a person without a smile, give them one of yours." — Zig Ziglar

My Favorite Video this Week

Pixar-Style Ratatouille An elegant vegetarian dish inspired by one of our favorite movies. Make this ratatouille tonight:

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