Chop Wood, Carry Water: How to Become in Love with the Process of Becoming Great, Joshua Medcalf (Create Space, 2015)
This self-published book by Train2BClutch founder and consultant Joshua Medcalf is a simple, fictional story about a boy who wants to be a samurai warrior, “but it gets the point across,” says Pedro Nunez, president and CEO of IT Management Solutions, based in Salem, N.H., who typically reads two books a month to broaden his business and financial knowledge. The takeaway? “If you can become in love with the process of becoming great and you enjoy what you do, the rest is history,” Nunez says.
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