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With the Labor Day holiday upon us here are ten books being released this Fall you should check out. Gretchen Rubin – Happier at Home (9/4/12) If you haven’t read her first book, The Happiness Project, read that one first, … Continue reading
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Yesterday I posted the first five of my top ten non-fiction books that I read in 2011. Here are the top five: #5: That Used to Be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World It Invented and How We … Continue reading
Here are the final five books on change that I read this year. The first five books on change were discussed earlier. Starting with number five: #5: “Getting Things Done” by David Allen – rarely does a book spark a … Continue reading
These are the top ten books on change that I read in 2011. Some are newly published, some have been around for a while, but all had a lasting impact on me as I strive to fulfill my potential in … Continue reading
Wanted to post the list of books I’ve read recently that I will be reviewing soon. “ProBlogger” by Darren Rowse and Chris Garrett – Rowse is a legend in the blogging community from what I’ve come across and this book … Continue reading
I received an interesting tweet this weekend asking what my thoughts were on audio books and specifically whether I considered them “cheating” compared to actually reading a book in real or digital print. It is a timely question as I … Continue reading
Here are the books I finished this week with a short blurb on each until I post my full review: God’s Harvard by Hanna Rosin – this book was a narrative discussing Patrick Henry College outside Washington, D.C. This school’s … Continue reading
If you missed the first two posts you can go to Part 1 or Part 2. Here is the third and final group of books I’m currently reading: “In Search of Excellence” by Thomas J. Peters and Robert H. Waterman, Jr. – … Continue reading
If you haven’t read Part 1 you can click here to see the first five books on my current reading list. The next five books are: “Iron War” by Matt Fitzgerald – I came across this book while reading an … Continue reading
I love to read. And unlike most people (I believe) who like to read a lot, I like to read many books at the same time. I like the fact that I can jump around as my mood changes and … Continue reading