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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Are You Lacking that Necessary MoJo

Title: #MojoTweet
Author: Marshall Goldsmith
Genre or category: inspirational, self-help
ISBN: Paperback: 978-1-61699-022-0 (1-61699-022-8)
E-Book: 978-1-61699-023-7 (1-61699-023-6)

Reviewed by Teresa Morrow for http://www.successful-blog.com and ThinkAha books


In this hurried world we live in, the need for great information that will make us want to jump into action, is often hard to find. Well, in the ThinkAha book series, this problem is quickly resolved by the format used. The books in the series, such as #MOJOtweet, is written in the template of around only 100 pages and formulated about tweets (also known as AHA’s) in 140 characters.

You may be asking what is Mojo? Mojo is the moment when you do something that’s purposeful, powerful and positive and the rest of the world recognizes it.

Mitchell Levy, CEO of Happy About, Inc. and publisher of ThinkAha books, summarizes the essence of the book in the forward, ” Mojo is that missing ingredient that is between you and your life filled with meaning and happiness. #Mojotweet provides that in bite-sized packages.”

Below are just a few of the wise, helpful and inspirational aha’s I found in the this informational compact book, #MOJOtweet.

~ We run everything through two filters: short-term satisfaction (or happiness) and long-term satisfaction (meaning). –>So true! When I first read that I thought, “no I don’t do that”, but when I thought about it again, I realized I certainly do.

~ Mojo is infectious. When people pass their positive spirit onto us; we feel like passing it back.

–>Again, great insight in such a short statement. Positive breeds positive. If I am around a positive person, my outlook will change for the better which I will radiate to others around me.

~ When measuring your Mojo, do so in the immediate present, not in the recent past or vague future.–>this is something I struggle with sometimes. I worry about things from the past or worry how to correct things before they even get here…not to concentrate on what is in the now.
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