Your challenge, if you choose to accept…
On FinerMinds for the next 30 days, we’ll be running a special challenge that will expand your mind in ways you’ve probably always hoped you could, but have just never had the time.
In short, Brian Johnson, has re-released his famous Philosophers Notes.
And while we think Brian is a genius in his own right, these “notes” are actually a summary of some of the greatest personal development and business books in history.
So to give you a little taste of these famous “notes”, we want to invite you to join the Philosophers Notes Challenge, where each day for the next 30 days, Brian will be releasing a new video discussing a different book from his Philosophers Notes collection.
The idea is to get your mind flowing with new juicy insights, and you chatting with like-minded people about your thoughts… regardless of how philosophical they may be… (no judgment, we promise!).
And to kick-start the challenge, today we’ll be studying the famed and highly talked about book: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey.
Here’s one of our favorite quotes from the book:
“I believe that a life of integrity is the most fundamental source of personal worth. I do not agree with the popular success literature that says that self-esteem is primarily a matter of mind set, of attitude — that you can psych yourself into peace of mind. Peace of mind comes when your life is in harmony with true principles and values and in no other way.” – Stephen R. Covey from The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.
To take part in the challenge, simply watch the 10-minute video above where Brian discusses his insights from the book, and then tell us the #1 thing you’ve learned from today’s challenge below.