No One Succeeds Alone By Robert Reffkin

Actually really enjoyed this one. Some fresh new perspectives on how to achieve your dreams. Definitely worth checking out. RATING: 4.2/5 CHECK IT OUT: GOODREADS |AMAZON KEY TAKEAWAYS: • In a crowded and competitive world, “good enough” is generally not good enough. • Be like water. No matter what you set in its way, water … Continue reading No One Succeeds Alone By Robert Reffkin

Free Time By Jenny Blake

Happy Labor Day everyone! Hope you’re enjoying your free time😉 Free Time is filled with tips and tricks for small business owners on how to create a healthy work life balance. It’s about creating strategies to automate your work so that you have more free time in your personal life. RATING: 3.3/5 CHECK IT OUT: … Continue reading Free Time By Jenny Blake

Drive By Daniel H. Pink

Drive breaks down the psychology behind motivation. There aren’t many straight-forward tips on how to build motivation, it mostly dissects how humans relate to it. RATING: 3.8/5 CHECK IT OUT: GOODREADS | AMAZON KEY TAKEAWAYS: • “One cannot lead a life that is truly excellent without feeling that one belongs to something greater and more … Continue reading Drive By Daniel H. Pink

The Art Of Being Indispensable At Work By Bruce Tulgan

Some useful tips on how to operate and carry yourself in business. RATING: 3.8/5 CHECK IT OUT: GOODREADS | AMAZON KEY TAKEAWAYS: • Stop focusing on what other people can do for you and focus instead on what you can do for other people. Make yourself super valuable to others. The more value you add, … Continue reading The Art Of Being Indispensable At Work By Bruce Tulgan

Bullshit Jobs: A Theory By David Graeber

The main point of Bullshit Jobs is that we have created a society where some people work just for the sake of working. The book itself rambles from idea to idea like a textbook with way too many testimonials. Borderline painful to read. What would you like to see more of from this book blog? … Continue reading Bullshit Jobs: A Theory By David Graeber

How To Talk To Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere, By Larry King

No groundbreaking communication tools in this book. If you like Larry King, it’s a decent read. RATING: 3.1/5 CHECK IT OUT: GOODREADS | AMAZON KEY TAKEAWAYS: • Two ingredients to be a good conversationalist: a sincere interest in the other person and an openness to them about yourself. • Talk to people about themselves and … Continue reading How To Talk To Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere, By Larry King

How To Win Friends and Influence People By Dale Carnegie

Even though it was published in 1936, the main principles of this book hold true today. On top of that, many newer self help books seem to stem from this book. How to win friends and influence people is a straight forward, universe approach on how to carry yourself in business and life. RATING: 4.3/5 … Continue reading How To Win Friends and Influence People By Dale Carnegie

Moneyland By Oliver Bullough

Moneyland is a term coined by author Oliver Bullough to describe the hidden, offshore network that oligarchs, diplomats, and the financially powerful use to transfer and protect wealth. CHECK IT OUT: GOODREADS |AMAZON KEY TAKEAWAYS: • Estimates for the total amount stolen each year from the developing world range from a massive 20 billion to … Continue reading Moneyland By Oliver Bullough

Contagious By Jonah Berger

Certain stories are more contagious, and certain rumors are more infectious. Some products get a good deal of word of mouth, while others go unmentioned. What causes certain products, ideas, and behaviors to be talked about more? This book provides cutting-edge science about how word of mouth and social transmission work. And how you can … Continue reading Contagious By Jonah Berger

Four Thousand Weeks By Oliver Burkeman

Four Thousand Weeks is yet another book about making the best use of time. But it is written in the belief that time management as we know it has failed miserably, and that we need to stop pretending otherwise. The rest of the book is an exploration of a saner way of relating to time … Continue reading Four Thousand Weeks By Oliver Burkeman

Think Again By Adam Grant

Think Again is about the mental flexibility to rethink and question people and opinions you don’t agree with. CHECK IT OUT: GOODREADS | AMAZON KEY TAKEAWAYS: • Intelligence is traditionally viewed as the ability to think and learn. Yet in a turbulent world, there’s another set of cognitive skills that might matter more: the ability … Continue reading Think Again By Adam Grant

Switch By Chip Heath

Switch is a dated, broader version of Atomic Habits By James Clear, presenting essentially the same main point—change begins with small incremental steps. CHECK IT OUT: GOODREADS | AMAZON KEY TAKEAWAYS: • Failing is often the best way to learn, and because of that, early failure is a kind of necessary investment. • Even in … Continue reading Switch By Chip Heath