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Spark Joy by Marie Kondo – Book Review

7 commentsMarch 23, 2016

As part of my reading push, I’ve picked up Marie Kondo’s Spark Joy: An Illustrated Master Class on the Art of Organizing and Tidying Up. Her book helps to guide you to keeping your home clean and simplified. Good for those whom want to fit more t-shirts into their dresser. Here’s some of the tips I’ve pulled out which helped me to better organize my spaces.

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The correct order for tidying things: Clothes > Books > Papers […]


Undisputed Truth – Book Review

8 commentsFebruary 24, 2016

Lately, I’ve been reading Undisputed Truth by Mike Tyson (yes, the boxer). It’s mostly a self-reflection on his life, all the way from his best moments in the ring, to when he hit rock bottom, to where he is now. I pulled some quotes while reading it, and here’s the best that I’ve found that relate to building yourself up to succeed, even when you’ve fallen.

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if you always looked good, people would treat you with respect.

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This is Earl Nightingale – Book Review

2 commentsFebruary 12, 2016

For my first book of 2016, I decided to pick up This is Earl Nightingale by Earl Nightingale. He used to be a huge radio personality back in the 1950s, and this book is filled with some of his best advice on building character and personal development.

Here are some of the lessons I learned from reading This is Earl Nightingale.

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There is always a way to reach everything desirable.

By not asking her, he achieves the same result […]


Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less – Book Review

39 commentsNovember 15, 2014

I’ve been reading more this year and so far my favorite has been Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown. It’s so good I bought it for the team at AppSumo so they could all read it.

I often talk about having one goal and prioritizing based that goal as a key to marketing. Essentialism is an in depth look at what happens when we put more energy into ONE thing instead of EVERYthing in life and work

@GregoryMcKeown Your book […]