On Becoming a Leader

One of the recent books I've read for career development, is On Becoming a Leader by Warren Bennis. It was a comprehensive book that took a deep dive into leadership, what is and what isn't. The main take away I got from this book was, being a leader is hard to do...

Team Dog: How to train your dog the Navy Seal way

Before we left Colorado, we picked up a new puppy. Her name is Aspen and she is half dutch shepherd and half husky. And yes, in case you were wondering here eyes intrigue me as well. We rescued her from a couple in Reunion because I assume she was a handful. As part...

Flyover Nation – Dana Loesch

I'm not sure what I was expecting from this book. Maybe I wanted I wanted some deeper insight into the NRA spokesperson, or maybe I was  just intellectual curiosity that got me to read this book., either way, I read it. Was it good? Meh. It was ok I guess. While it...

Theodore Roosevelt

In my quest to read more, I've elected to read the titles on Art of Man's reading list. For the past several months I've been working on the biography of Theodore Roosevelt. It took me months, because well it was a long read. Honestly, the book was almost 800 pages...

Essentialism, pursing less

Have you ever gotten the feeling the universe was trying to tell you something? I felt this way with Greg McKeown's book Essentialism. No, not because it was on the New York Times bestseller list, but because I kept stumbling across it. I caught an Art of Charm...

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