This year I’m making it a discipline to read a book a week. The post “How To Read a Book a Week“, rightly named so, reignites the flame to continue on with this life goal.
Classic from my childhood. Listened a few times to refresh on practical principles on goal setting.
Another classic. Listened a few times to refresh on goal setting.
Great short listen.
On my list to read yearly. I learn something new each time I read this wonderful book. Know when to quit or stick it out.
Great read. Look back over his years and lessons learned working at the agency he grew revenue into the billions.
Seriously one of the best books I’ve read. Really helped out this perfectionist.
Book flows well and works great as a narrative. If you want the “behind the scenes” of blogging, read this melodrama. Enjoyed it.
How to use social media for business. #meh
Daily routines of artists, writers, composers, scientists, etc. Sparked some great ideas. Gives good insight into how other creatives structure their lives.
British noir fiction centered around a preservation society proved to be entertaining.
Recommended by The New Republic’s Summer Reading Guide, this novel accounts for the Post family vacation. Drama, beautiful beach scenery, and human nature are at the forefront of this piece. Was entertaining to read but at times felt a bit predictable.
One of the best books that I have read this year. Looks at Lincoln’s life through the lens of his ongoing depression. How he coped, channeled, and ascended to greatness.
Based on a recommendation by Tim Ferris on The Random Show…hearing Tim mention that feeling malaise and fatigue are sometimes attributed to the fact that a person’s goals aren’t big enough — struck a chord in me.