This is by far the most frequently recommended book I’ve ever read, meaning, I have probably bought a couple dozen copies of this book and given them to friends and family.
Category Archives: Books
What Matters Most: : The Get Your S**t Together Guide to Wills, Money, Insurance, and Life’s “What-ifs”
Chanel Reynolds lived through the traumatic experience of her husband passing away suddenly in a traffic accident, leaving her to figure out single-parenthood, finances, insurance, and life without her rock. As the most useful book I’ve read this year, I had to give it a recommendation with a brief synopsis of what’s in here.
If you’ve ever wondered if your computer webcam is spying on you… according to Edward Snowden, the answer is yes. So is your phone camera and microphone. So is your app usage, your photos, and your web activity.
Fear: Trump in the White House
I haven’t experienced a more polarizing individual in my life than President Donald Trump.
Real estate mogul. WWE wrestler. Reality TV sensation. Womaniziner. President.
After finishing the book, I had a tough time reconciling what I was being fed.
The Fountainhead held the top spot in my “Favorite Books” list for a long time and I recently decided to read (listen) to it again.
The Fountainhead highlights the difference between producers and second-handers. Instead of review, I thought I’d post some of the most meaningful quotes from the book and allow you to get a glimpse into some of the ideas that are within the book.
In 1991, the Library of Congress conducted a survey on reading habits and respondents chose the Bible as the book that made the most difference in their lives.
The second most influential book? Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand.