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Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales by Dylan Howard with Melissa Cronin & James Robertson

Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales by Dylan Howard with Melissa Cronin & James Robertson I normally don’t read a lot in the true crime genre, but this book piqued my interest. In Epstein: Dead Men Tell No Tales the … Continue reading

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The Attacker’s Advantage by Ram Charan

The Attacker’s Advantage by Ram Charan The Attacker’s Advantage is a very useful look at the most fundamental leadership challenge all in business face today. With increasing technology and speed of innovation your “bread and butter” products for your organization … Continue reading

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Algorithms To Live By, by Brian Christian and Tom Griffiths

  Algorithms To Live By by Brian Christian and Tom Griffiths Algorithms To Live By is an interesting book applying algorithms to human decision making. We hear a lot about algorithms in our modern computer age. These are the rules … Continue reading

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Range by David Epstein

Range by David Epstein Range by David Epstein takes a look at why generalist triumph in a specialized world. Malcom Gladwell in his book Outliers, looked at hyper specialization and highlighted a study showing 10,000 hours of practice was key … Continue reading

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DOCUMENTARY: In Search Of Greatness (2018) by Gabe Polsky

DOCUMENTARY: In Search Of Greatness (2018) by Gabe Polsky In Search Of Greatness is a wonderful and interesting documentary primarily focused on interviewing some of the greatest athletes of our time like Wayne Gretzky, Jerry Rice, and Pele’.   It’s fascinating … Continue reading

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Cypherpunks by Julian Assange with Jacob Applebaum, Andy Muller-Maguhn, and Jeremie Zimmermann

Cypherpunks by Julian Assange with Jacob Applebaum, Andy Muller-Maguhn, and Jeremie Zimmermann Cypherpunks is a very interesting short book in the format of being a script of these four leaders in technology discussing the future of the internet. This discussion … Continue reading

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The Rise Of Superman by Steven Kotler

The Rise Of Superman by Steven Kotler The Rise Of Superman by Steven Kotler is a great exploration of “flow”, sometimes called “being in the zone”.  This state of consciousness in which we are in optimal performance and focus. The … Continue reading

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Mohammed’s Koran by Peter McLoughlin and Tommy Robinson

Mohammed’s Koran by Peter McLoughlin and Tommy Robinson Mohammed’s Koran by Peter McLoughlin and Tommy Robinson is a very important “must read” book for any and all people that want the truth. I’m very well read on the topic of … Continue reading

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How Dogs Love Us by Gregory Berns

How Dogs Love Us by Gregory Berns How Dogs Love Us by Gregory Berns is a wonderful book for all “dog people”.  All dog lovers will tell you how their dogs are part of the family and clearly smart loving … Continue reading

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DOCUMENTARY:  Heal (2017) by Kelly Noonan Gores and Adam Schomer

DOCUMENTARY:  Heal (2017) by Kelly Noonan Gores and Adam Schomer Heal is a great documentary with the latest thinking in holistic healing and health. Was good to catch up in the field of Psychoneuroimmunology which was my field of study … Continue reading

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