Thoughts on Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker

A quick review (+video review) of Matthew Walkers phenomenal book Why We Sleep. In this review I share the main takeaways and lessons learned from this non fiction book.

Book Review: The Courage to Be Disliked

The Courage to be Disliked – An introduction to Adlerian psychology It’s not about the cards your are dealt, but how you play them. This book adds philosophy to Adlerian psychology in an attempt to reshape the way you view the role of trauma in an individuals life. The main idea is that you areContinue reading “Book Review: The Courage to Be Disliked”

Book Review – Futureproof: 9 Rules for Human in the Age of Automation by Kevin Roose

Why would you read a book on AI each year? Because you want keep a watching eye on developments in that field and see how you can preserve a competitive edge in a world of rapid automation. And because it fascinating, both the tech in itself and the possible impact it has on what itContinue reading “Book Review – Futureproof: 9 Rules for Human in the Age of Automation by Kevin Roose”

Book Review: A World Without Email by Cal Newport

What if time blocks, email free Thursday’s, and turning off notifications is not enough? What if we need to totally reimagine how we work to reclaim our productivity?.This is the question that Cal Newport, of Deep Work and So Good they Can’t Ignore You fame, tried to answer in his new book..He argues that emailContinue reading “Book Review: A World Without Email by Cal Newport”

Review: Faust by Goethe

The book is written by one of the most prominent western writers and thinkers, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. A work that he spent almost all his life iterating on and he wasn’t done until he was in his 80:s. It’s a blueprint for how to life, one could say, but also the original “making aContinue reading “Review: Faust by Goethe”

Thoughts on Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Friedrich Nietzsche

“Man is a rope stretched between animal and the Übermensch—a rope over an abyss.” The death of God concerns Nietzsche because he has the foresight to see the chaos that might follow—a value system collapsing and a confused age where people no long can tell up from down. The solution he propose is the überman,Continue reading “Thoughts on Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Friedrich Nietzsche”

Thoughts on: The Art of Loving by Erich Fromm

Social psychologist Erich Fromm explores the topic of love in all it’s aspects: not only the craziness and lofty expectations of romantic love, but also love of god, brotherly love, erotic love, the love of parents and self-love..Fromm sees love an art and suggest that mastery in the art of loving need the same knowledgeContinue reading “Thoughts on: The Art of Loving by Erich Fromm”

Review: Essentialism by Greg Mckeown

“The wisdom of life lies in the elimination of non-essentials”- Lin Yutang.Saying yes to everything and trying to please everyone won’t only result in you being stressed out but it will also diminish the quality of your work You don’t want to “major in minor” things as the saying goes..If I would distill this booksContinue reading “Review: Essentialism by Greg Mckeown”

Thoughts on: The 10x Rule by Grant Cardone

Despite being a oversimplified and irrational book at times— full of contradictions— it makes one point very clear: you are probably not doing enough to get you where you want to go! Especially if you have ambitions goals for your finances & professional success. 💊 It’s a tough pill to swallow. 👆🏻 📝 10x RuleContinue reading “Thoughts on: The 10x Rule by Grant Cardone”