Stephen Dweck

25 May 19
Life is too short to skip planning it

Personal Finance: Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. Link: Think and grow rich by Napoleon Hill. Link: The richest man in Babylon by George S. Clason. link: The Index Card: Why Personal Finance Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated by Helaine Olen and Harold Pollack. Link: The Compound Effect by Darren […]

20 May 19
Later On

I often recommend Mindset, by Carol Dweck. It’s an entertaining read and it is informative in describing well the phenomenon of learning resistance. For some people, learning something new is the opposite of a pleasure: new ideas may contradict old notions with which they’ve become comfortable—so comfortable, in fact, that they see them as part […]

09 May 19
Badger's Den

Natural Talents In Respect To Those Who Have To Strive

09 May 19
Psychology of selling

36 books in a year is on track. So, I’ve now read: The Hard Thing About Hard Things, Ben Horowitz Blue ocean strategy, Kim W. Chan The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen R. Covey Shoe Dog, Philip Knight Mindset, Carol Dweck Unshakable, Tony Robbins The subtle art of not giving a f*ck, Mark […]

25 Apr 19
Books for Greatness

There are ordinary books and there are extraordinary books. If you want to read the best books, then you came to the right place. Here are the best books that you should read in your lifetime.

22 Apr 19
Productivity Hub

I strongly believe that reading, and educating yourself, is the answer to a better life. And ultimately, freedom. Nelson Mandela said it best: “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Out of the hundreds of books I’ve read in my lifetime, I have a small number of favorite […]

16 Apr 19

This week on the show, we’re exploring the Growth Mindset. Thanks to some innovative work in how we approach our challenges, we have all the tools we need to improve our confidence and avoid getting mired in fixed resistance.

16 Apr 19


16 Apr 19

30 behaviors that will make you unstoppable in 2019 BENJAMIN P. HARDY DECEMBER 18, 2018 You get to decide what you’re going to do. You get to decide how you’re going to live. Look around … No one is stopping you. According to the British philosopher, Alain de Botton, “Anyone who isn’t embarrassed of who […]

14 Apr 19
Books for Greatness

Are you looking for the best self-help books that you need to read next? If yes, then you will love reading this list. It enumerates not just the title of the self-development books but also their description and an overview of what to expect from them.

27 Mar 19

[vemba-video id=”politics/2019/03/18/meghan-mccain-responds-to-trump-attack-orig-vstop-bdk.cnn”] You can thank Meghan McCain for the latest meme-worthy clapback. “The View” co-host responded Monday to conservative commentator Denise C. McAllister for taking a swipe at her ABC talk show. McAllister tweeted a story about “The View” using a photo of McCain as its main image. The pundit has written for The Federalist, […]

25 Mar 19
The Modern Persephone

The end of March means a couple of things for me: a) No more shoveling until the inevitable “Act of God” blizzard in April.b) Any last-ditch birthday celebrations from the week before, because when you really think about it, a birthday kind of lasts a whole year. So taking a week to celebrate is actually […]

25 Mar 19
Psychology of selling

University was hard going for me. My career is demanding, my young family and travel all conspired to make formal study so hard it stressed me out. I quit. Given that, I still like learning. I just need it to be at my pace, where I can switch it off when I’m ramping my pipeline […]

18 Mar 19
Archy Worldys

High school students from a Christian school embrace Muslims waiting for news from their relatives after they were shot dead on Friday in Christchurch, New Zealand. Jorge Silva / Reuters For Muslim New Zealanders, the hatred that motivated the attack last week is no surprise How Anders Breivik became an icon for a generation of […]