If your mind is not consistently fed, it doesn’t matter how talented you are or how much money you earn; you won’t be successful for long. Personal development is key to strengthening your mind. Why not have a weekly conference call where you can read personal development books with your team?
Having a book club gives you something fun and educational to do with your teammates. After each chapter or major point of the book, you can take turns discussing your interpretations of what was read. Maybe ask questions or open each other’s minds to multiple perspectives. After all, meanings are in people, not words. If the book gives assignments, you can hold each other accountable for completing those assignments.
Personal development books aren’t the only things you can read in your book club. There are plenty of books that teach business skills. Tom “Big Al” Schreiter (because of course I’m going to say his name) has an amazing selection, such as 51 Ways and Places to Sponsor New Distributors and Ice Breakers.