Monthly Archives: October 2014

“Millionaire by Thirty: The Quickest Path to Early Financial Independence” Review & Reflections

For some reason, I didn’t publish this after I wrote it. Oh well! Not gonna lie, I’m a little on edge about reading this book. So many financial experts are giving advice to young people about how to make it … Continue reading

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“Do Hard Things: A Teenage Rebellion Against Low Expectations” Review & Reflect (Part 4)

Whoops! I skipped a day! Back to it! Gotta finish by Saturday! Chapter 10: Generation Rising– Creating a counterculture form scratch (and a dash of salt) Could it be that teenagers today are faced with a unique opportunity to do … Continue reading

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“Do Hard Things: A Teenage Rebellion Against Low Expectations” Review & Reflect (Part 3)

Ain’t nothin’ to it but to do it! Chapter 7: The Power of Collaboration– How to do hard things that are too big for you to do alone We need to change the way we think about large projects and … Continue reading

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“Do Hard Things: A Teenage Rebellion Against Low Expectations” Review & Reflect (Part 2)

I have to figure out a way to get more self-development books in the hands of young people. Folks often say that they don’t like to read, but I’ve found that there’s typically a deeper meaning beyond their lack of … Continue reading

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“Do Hard Things: A Teenage Rebellion Against Low Expectations” Review & Reflect (Part 1)

One of the ways that I’ve been looking to get more involved in my church is with the youth. I believe in young leadership and I plan to contribute to the cultivation of teen-trailblazers. One book that was recommended to … Continue reading

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“The Traveler’s Gift” by Andy Andrews: Review & Reflect (Part 3)

Wrapping up another good one! Do you consider yourself a man of faith? Does faith guide your everyday actions and emotions? All men are driven by faith or fear- one of the other- for both are the same. Faith or … Continue reading

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“The Traveler’s Gift” by Andy Andrews (Part 2)

I love momentum. Reading makes me want to read more, especially when I’m reading a really fulfilling book. This happens to be one of them. I’m going to try to finish the book within 2 days! I have deep within … Continue reading

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“The Traveler’s Gift” by Andy Andrews (Part 1)

Each week, my Vice President lets me borrow a book and I might get the chance to share my experience and reflections with my colleagues during our Monday Night training. This week I’m reading “The Traveler’s Gift” by Andy Andrews. … Continue reading

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“Skill with People” by Les Giblin- Review & Reflection

Ran across another concise book about relating to people. Here are some of the key points. When you have a proper understanding of human nature and people- when you know why people do the things that they do- when you … Continue reading

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Learning to Drive Manually

“Imagine having a brand-new sports car in your garage, just waiting to be driven. Yet you insist on hitchhiking everywhere because you’re too busy or too preoccupied to learn how to drive and use this incredibly powerful car. Crazy, huh?” … Continue reading

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