Book Review

Teaching Kids to Buy Stocks: Lessons for Grown Ups

Ever consider investing in stocks? Teaching Kids to Buy Stocks is the perfect introduction into the world of investing for both you and your kids. First of all, I want to...More...

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The Algebra of Happiness by Scott Galloway

The Algebra of Happiness is such a fun bluntly honest read. Have you read a fun nonfiction book? There are plenty of interesting, informative, and fun nonfiction books but none...More...

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How to Chill – A Book by Bryan E. Robinson, Ph.D.

How to Chill and Turn Off Your Job and Turn On Your Life Thanks to JKS Communications for sending a proof copy of #Chill (How to Chill) by Bryan E,...More...

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Ikigai: The Japanese Way to Finding Your Purpose For Living

Ikigai is more than just another word for purpose. It’s life. Having ikigai means you have a reason to live. Literally, the word ikigai means iki (to live) and gai...More...

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The Creative Curve: The Science Behind Creativity

Allen Gannett shows us in The Creative Curve how creativity doesn’t just pop out of nowhere Creativity is something that is learned over long periods of time. The Creative Curve...More...

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Atomic Habits: 25 Discussion Questions and Quotes

If you only read one book in your life Atomic Habits by James Clear is the one you should read. Have you read The Power of Habit by Charles Duhugg?...More...

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The Four Agreements – Escape Your Living Hell

Is your life a living hell? Regardless of whether it is, you need to read The Four Agreements. Ben Laing from Ben’s Business Book Club kindly sent me a copy...More...

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The Entrepreneur’s Framework by Joshua H. Davidson

Praise for Joshua H. Davidson and his well-written book: The Entrepreneur’s Framework Joshua, the CEO of Chop Dawg, wrote The Entrepreneur’s Framework for himself, but he also wrote it for us...More...

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Doing Business in Southeast Asia – Going East Book Review

Doing business in Southeast Asia is much different than you think. I would know since I’ve been living in Indonesia for the past eight years. I’m glad I found Going...More...

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