Book Review

Built to Serve by Evan Carmichael Book Review

Evan is such a positive human being! His book, Built to Serve, seeps with amazing advice and solid strategies to discovering your WHO, WHY, and HOW. At first I was...More...

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Lions in the Grass by Bill Morrison – Book Review

This was a great book about the art of persuasion. Written with many examples and strategies you can implement yourself, you’re sure to get through Lions in the Grass in...More...

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Cumulative Advantage by Mark W. Schaefer – Book Review

Cumulative Advantage is a witty book filled with practical advice and fun stories about how to build momentum for your ideas. There is a solid framework behind what the Cumulative...More...

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Uplift and Empower Book Review – Alleviate Poverty

You want to learn about what has been done, what can be done, and what you can specifically do to alleviate poverty? Uplift and Empower encompasses it all. It’s one...More...

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The Unexpected Gift – A Heroes Journey of Overcoming Pain

The Unexpected Gift was an unexpected pleasant book for me. It’s a true hero’s journey story of Barbara’s seemingly happy marriage’s ending and what she did to overcome the pain...More...

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Mindful Communication for Happiness: Concise Book Review

The core messages of Mindful Communication for Happiness are solid. The thing that could have been done much better was the organization of the book. It’s a short book at...More...

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Tamed: Effective Self-Control Strategies in One Book

I cannot begin to tell you how much I loved reading this book about effective self-control strategies! In a certain aspect it is very similar to The Laws of Human...More...

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How to Take Smart Notes by Sonke Ahrens & My Zettelkasten Method

This isn’t just a book for students, academics, and nonfiction book writers. It’s a book for action-takers as well. More on this in a bit. How to Take Smart Notes...More...

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People Skills for Analytical Thinkers by Gilbert Eijkelenboom

Are you an analytical thinker? Do you ever get stuck when it comes to having a conversation with people at work or in social situations? Then I highly recommend reading...More...

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