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Atul Gawande is one of my favorite authors. I loved the Checklist Manifesto and was able to take a lot of those ideas to improve business processes in pretty much any venture I’ve been involved with. Gawande has the gift of identifying an obvious truth where others see only complexity. In Being Mortal, he takes… Continue reading Being Mortal
Gretchen Rubin puts us in the sidecar for her wonderful yearlong experiment called the Happiness Project. It took a while to write this review because each time I went back to look at my notes I got sucked back into a particular passage or story. Like any good writer she is brutally honest about herself… Continue reading The Happiness Project
No one owes you anything. Not your parents. Not your government. Not your job. Not your spouse. Not your kids. This is one of the hardest lessons to learn in life. Understanding this is one of the biggest steps you can take on the path to maturity and long term happiness. When you walk around… Continue reading Want personal growth? Drop your sense of entitlement
Bill Burnett and Dave Evans designed a pretty amazing book with Designing your Life. They are both professors at Stanford but each of them had pretty amazing careers pre-Academia. The way they write and the way they use their own goals comes across as two guys who have figured out quite a few things about… Continue reading Designing your Life
Personal development software that works! We’ll help you build a plan then give you the tools to stick to it. This is a great way to find that elusive contentment that comes from having purpose. Currently, we are running a social experiment to gather more data on these techniques. If you are interested please click in here to find out how to participate.