Should I Read It 033 – Real Artists Don’t Starve by Jeff Goins

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The Debunked Myth of the Starving Artist

We are accustomed to a certain story about artists, one that says they are barely getting by. But Michelangelo did not suffer or starve for his work. A multimillionaire and successful entrepreneur, he was in the words of one journalist a “pivotal figure in the transition of creative geniuses from people regarded, and paid, as […]

There is so much good reading outside of self-improvement

Today we’re departing a bit from a full book review because not all books are suited specifically to a review. Some of them are just fun, or informational. They provide little direction to evaluate and communicate. We’re going to look at a bunch of books I’ve read in the last year that I’ve enjoyed for […]

Diving In to The Cyclical Anguished Journey That is Life with Ted Dekker

I supposed I should start this review by telling you that we’re looking at a book that’s all about a faith crisis and journey. Ted Dekker doesn’t end with no faith, but a different faith than he started with. This is a book by a Christian that questioned his relationship with God and built a […]

Should I Read It 030 – Waking Up by Ted Dekker

Welcome to Should I Read it episode 030. Today we’re going to look at the faith journey of Ted Dekker. If you’re not up for listening to a book review that is centred around the anguished faith journey of the author, then you should probably skip this one. Next week we’ll head back to a […]

Should I Read It 030 – Perennial Seller by Ryan Holiday

Should I Read It 030 – Perennial Seller by Ryan Holiday

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Should I Read It 029 – Coach the Person Not The Problem

Today we’re going to take a quick look at what good coaching should look like with Coach The Person Not The Problem Purchase Coach the Person not the Problem on Amazon Written Review of Coach the Person not The Problem This episode of Should I Read It is brought to you by my latest book, […]

How do you build a Story Driven Company?

A few weeks back we looked at how to have a brand that stands out, one that has no competition because it’s just different than the rest. While there was lots of good in Badass Your Brand, it felt like it was lacking to me in some of the “how” metrics. How do you communicate […]

Should I Read It 027 – Eat That Frog by Brian Tracy

According to Brian Tracy, if we can get up every morning and eat a big ugly frog, we can start winning at work and life. Purchase Eat That Frog on Amazon Written Review of Eat That Frog If you’ve been struggling with focus, then my next book The Art of Focus is for you. In […]

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