Happy Monday! In my weekly search for inspirational quotes and productivity hacks, I came across a good read from writer, Mayo Oshin, featured in The Ladders. The article sheds light on billionaire Warren Buffet’s tips on how to prioritize your goals and focus on things that are important. Who wouldn’t take advice from one of the richest living investors of our time? Check out the article using the link below, and get familiar Mayo Oshin at mayooshin.com. #doitnow
Fall is officially among us! It’s time to break out the hoodies, sweatpants and warm cider. There is never a bad time of year to break out a new list of books to get caught up in. In any event, check out the list of books I’m excited to conquer, and don’t forget that October is national reading group month. Get excited! Don’t forget to share some of what you are reading with us.
A buddy of mine recommended this book after I realized I had been living in the past for too long. If you are ever going to move forward, you have to AT LEAST TRY living in the here and now.
I can’t even remember how I came across this book. Most likely I was web surfing and it caught my eye. I’m not super familiar with stoicism but different schools of thought tickle my fancy. Anyone read this yet?
Every book list needs some good fiction right?! I did a little reading on the author, Dharma Kelleher, after this book popped up in my book bub list. Kelleher seems like a certified badass and I’m stoked about Iron Goddess.
I find myself reading Andy Warhol quotes and laughing hysterically. Warhol is one of those artist that (in my humble opinion) is not over rated. I’m expecting this to be a great read.
What are you currently indulging in? Let me know your thoughts!
Oh yes! I’m sure one of you read the title and vowed to throw your tablet as soon as it danced it’s way through your email. In any event, all of the websites I indulge in are posting their “Summer Reading List”, for the book lovers worldwide. While such a phenomenon is trending, I was forced to face several truths:
- I am not the nerd I used to be. About 5 years ago I tapped out my yearly reading list at about 40 books per year. Since then, the list has dwindled down drastically to about 10. Dont. Judge. Me
- People still read? Aw shucks! With the whole Kindle and e-book movement, it made life a lot easier for bookworms to stay on top of the new…and get to it a hell of a lot faster.
- I still owe my local library about $11. They will get it when I feel like getting it to them, damnit.
- Classic literature is making a comeback. I am seeing more Dickens on people’s list than ever before.
While I am moving at a snails pace with my reading, I still would like to share with you a few books that I’ve already knocked out and enjoyed. Explore them at your leisure.
I found this e-book via Forbes and just had to read it. I think anyone trying to stay ahead of changing trends in tech & money should read this. It isn’t a long read, but very informative! I am practicing some of it’s many gems…right now.
I found this on amazon as free e book, I think. I’ve never really been into sci-fi/fantasy type of books, but this was dope. It follows Sarah Phoenix, a girl with a gift (no spoilers) through her plight out of a povertous environment, to compete for a better life. With all sorts of twist, you will probably read this in no time and await the next book.
Ah,my secret weapon. I admit I do read a bunch of random stuff to keep my mind crisp. I read years ago, that successful people are often sales people…no matter what product they are selling. Why not sell yourself?! You are an ever changing product! In order to maneuver through different jobs and life situations, I find it highly effective to know how to present yourself. Oddly enough, because of this book, I am now trying my hand in the sales department at my job *pops collar*. Still a great read for people who prefer strategy over window jumping. You can apply this book to every aspect of your life since The Art Of War is included. Thank me later.
I am currently reading:
What are you currently reading? What’s on your summer List?