Rating: Don’t Read

  • Learn to Love Reading

    Learn to Love Reading

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    When I heard about Alex Wieckowski I thought I had a kindred spirit in a reader, but after reading his book and following his newsletter it’s mostly fluff. This is nothing more than a bunch of quotes about reading, some of them from very questionable people, who were questionable long before Alex included them, like…

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  • Antinet Zettelkasten

    Antinet Zettelkasten

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    While there are some points I agree with the author on, overall Scott is reaching hard to create branded content that he can sell you in his newsletter. He spends so much time talking down on anyone that would use a digital note system that he eclipses any good ideas he has about how to…

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  • Creating Innovators

    Creating Innovators

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    I think the best summary of this book comes from the title of the blog post I wrote about it: “The Rich Person’s Guide to Creating an Innovative Child“. Wagner highlights how a bunch of families that could afford second homes and private schooling, or the time to homeschool, raised children that created what Wagner…

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  • Jaws – The Story of a Hidden Epidemic

    Jaws – The Story of a Hidden Epidemic

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    Jaws explores the idea that our jaw is becoming undersized and it’s a hidden thing that no one but the author sees. The “establishment” won’t recognize the problem, but keeps treating the symptom only. The first hint that this book might not be as good as the author thinks is that it’s co-author is Paul…

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