Danny Clayden Chambers Posts

February 20, 2017 /

Feeling inspired by and grateful for the spirit and dedication of the people around me this morning! Those making businesses happen.. Optimising their bodies.. Working on their minds.. Going to a heavier and more focussed split

February 19, 2017 /

Start With Why by Simon Sinek – If you haven’t read it read it! If you can’t read it, watch the TED Talk. This idea is fundamental and Sinek explains how it determines our success as a business or Entrepreneur

February 18, 2017 /

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective people by Stephen Covey is on the larger side of books in this collection. I read this early on when I was reading less often and it took me a while to get through, but it’s takeaway’s are valuable – If you find it hard going then dip into it and come back. It’s worth the dedication

February 17, 2017 /

Key Person of influence by Daniel Priestly is a short, direct, actionable guide to becoming one of the most successful people in your chosen industry. People sell courses based around the content of this book because if you do what it says, it absolutely works. If you want be successful in anything, this is one is a must

February 16, 2017 /

Waking Up by Sam Harris is a wonderful book which discusses ‘Spirituality without religion’. I’m a fan of Harris’ podcasts and debates and this book is in my opinion the best place to begin. No hippy speak here.. just a scientific interpretation of spirituality

February 15, 2017 /

Pitch Anything by Oren Klaff took me longer to read because I really studied it – when you read it you may find yourself making notes and diagrams of all the cool usable information he’s worked out for steering situations to your advantage.. like social Jiu Jitsu

February 14, 2017 /

The Obstacle is the Way, from Ryan Holiday is very enjoyable. Particularly in the sense that as you read it, it dissolves stress and worry. Stoicism is a subject I am very fond of and this book is a must read

February 13, 2017 /

If there’s a book I wish I’d picked up 10 years earlier it’s The 4-Hour Work Week. Unlike other ‘Life Improvement’ books this one does contain an idea of something to aspire to, rather in Tim’s typical style it gives you things that you can do right now, should you accept the challenge! This book was a great beginning for me on my journey to work and life optimisation

February 12, 2017 /

‘Fear, The Friend of Exceptional People’ was recommended to me by my Martial Arts professor to help me channel a warrior mentality. It delivers. Lots of good takeaways to help you deal with any stressful situation

February 11, 2017 /

Siddartha by Herman Hess is a small book which I was able to read quickly. This book convinced me that it’s important to read fiction. It’s a very evocative and personal story about the journey toward enlightenment