What is Tony Reading?
Many of you enjoy the daily Mind Nuggets I share on Facebook and I’m continually asked, “Tony, what books are your reading or do you recommend?” To help answer the question, save you time and encourage you in your quest for life-long learning, here’s this week’s featured recommended read.
The Magic of Prayers: 70 Powerful Prayers to Manifest What You Desire, by Lee Milteer.
I’ve been a fan of Lee’s teachings and writings for many years. In her new book, she takes a venture into a realm that most people who know her reputation may initially find confusing: spirituality. I’m excited for her new focus the past few years and here’s why: we’re allowed to change and reinvent ourselves any time we choose.
Yes, Lee is brilliant as a coach and thought leader and this book helps round out her skills and talents. In my faith walk I pray each day and make feeding my spiritual goals a priority. For many year’s I didn’t. Again, time and the ability to change are indeed a good thing, so I’m grateful for this positive change in my own life journey.
Let me be clear and upfront: this book is timely and relevant for anyone, regardless of their faith path. To judge this book immediately by the cover or title, and label it for only one religion versus another is shallow and short-sided. As I read the opening of the book and why Lee wrote it, my mind became more and more inspired to read it.
As I dove deeper into the book, I found the prayers to not only be well written, and from a deep place, but several of them matched up to specific challenges and opportunities I’m currently dealing with in my own life. That is not easy to do. It’s the deep connection and goal of an artist laying out their words and soul on paper for their intended audience to have them connect with their message. I’m glad to report that Lee has done just that.
Under the Cover
Here’s one of my favorite prayers from page 63:
Prayer of Joy
Help me to take myself lightly
so that I may play with the angels.
I know that I bring the power of joy
into my relationships and into
each day and every environment.
Thank you for reminding me to
Be “light” on my feet! So be it.
Thank you. Amen.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving this week here in the U.S. I highly encourage you to get this book. When it arrives on your Kindle or in book form, take it to a quiet place and read it with both an open mind and open soul. Let Lee’s wisdom and prayers sink in and help lead you to a better place and a better space. But most importantly, let it help you realize that you are never alone on your faith walk God on the mortal journey known as life.
Who is Tony Rubleski?
Tony is currently the president of Mind Capture Group. His message is designed to help people ‘Capture’ more minds and profits.
His second book in the Mind Capture series titled Mind Capture: How You Can Stand Out In The Age of Advertising Deficit Disorder went #1 in three different business categories with Amazon.com and received stunning reviews from a wide range of leaders in marketing, sales, psychology to academia and multiple New York Times bestselling authors. In 2011 he released his third book in the series titled, Mind Capture: How to Awaken Your Entrepreneurial Genius in a Time of Great Economic Change! Book #4 in the series is set for a mid-2013 release.
His work has been featured in various media outlets ranging from Bottom Line Magazine, The Detroit Free Press, the FOX TV network, ABC, to CNN Radio, NPR and Entrepreneur Magazine Radio. In addition, he’s given hundreds of presentations over the last decade which continue to receive rave reviews from around the world. He is also the host and creator of the InauguralThink and Grow Rich Summit 2013 which will be held in Del Mar, California this April 25-27th, 2013.
He’s the editor and creator of A Captured Mind monthly newsletter and audio series. He’s interviewed such notables as Brian Tracy, Seth Godin, Jeffrey Gitomer, Sharon Lechter, Tom Hopkins, Jay Abraham, Ivan Misner of BNI, to Jack Canfield, Sally Hogshead, John Stossel (Fox TV) and Dan Bylsma, head coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins.
What is Tony Reading?