Thoughts on: The Story of Civilization, Vol 3: Caesar and Christ by Will Durant

Just like Rome wasn’t built in a day, this book is not read one either. It’s thousand pages covers almost all aspects of Roman civilization..The broad scope is both it’s biggest strength and it’s weakness. While philosophy and statemanship holds my attention, Rome’s pottery and poetic traditions does not. This leads many highs and lows,Continue reading “Thoughts on: The Story of Civilization, Vol 3: Caesar and Christ by Will Durant”

Thoughts on: The Republic by Plato

Did you know that Plato was my rapper alias back in the day? I was 16 and had a gangsta rap group with some friends. Lol 🤙.In hindsight I find the alias quite suiting as Platon seems to have been the OG of political philosophy..This book is a Socratic dialogue where Socrates and his crewContinue reading “Thoughts on: The Republic by Plato”

Book Review: Lifespan by David A. Sinclair

This book will blow your mind with the latest research in the field of longevity. It talks about aging as a disease caused by loss of information—and that aging is not at all inevitable..Rather, it could be much easier to cure aging itself than it’s symptoms I.e. cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s. 📝 Death andContinue reading “Book Review: Lifespan by David A. Sinclair”

Thoughts on: Oversubscribed by Daniel Priestley

Being oversubscribed is about having more customers than you could possibly serve. Why would you want to be in that position? Don’t you want to be able to serve every possible client and make every $?.Not necessarily. Being oversubscribed allow you focus on the clients you already have and spend less time hunting new onesContinue reading “Thoughts on: Oversubscribed by Daniel Priestley”

Thoughts on: Raising Lions by Joe Newman

Children of today are confident and powerful, this calls for powerful boundaries. The phase of Omnipotence (14 months to around 2 years) is when children haven’t yet discovered that others have willpower too. A stage of conflict. .Today’s children exits this phase less fully than previous generations. The longer a child stay in this phaseContinue reading “Thoughts on: Raising Lions by Joe Newman”

Thoughts on: Stillness is the Key

Holidays keys to stillness has been inspired by the wisest people and the best of literature, and gives prime examples of people who embodies them—and those who fail to do so..There is not anything new here. Rather the opposite is true. The sources he draws from are old, even ancient. But the book doesn’t feelContinue reading “Thoughts on: Stillness is the Key”

Thoughts on: “The Drunkard’s Walk” by Leonard Mlodinow

There were two chance events that stood out to me that night I waled out of the murky cellar bar in central Stockholm where I had discussed this book with four other non-fiction junkies. —— The 1st coincidence was that during the cause of reading the book, one of the group members had unknowingly endedContinue reading “Thoughts on: “The Drunkard’s Walk” by Leonard Mlodinow”

Thoughts on: Atomic Habits by James Clear

Let’s face it, successful people and unsuccessful people have the same goals. It’s the systems and strategies you put in pace that makes the difference between the two. “You don’t rise to the level of your goals, you fall to the levels of your systems.” James Clears book is the ultimate guide to the WHYsContinue reading “Thoughts on: Atomic Habits by James Clear”

Thoughts on: Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss

In Never Split the Difference, by former FBI Negotiator Chris Voss, you will learn the best strategies and techniques for getting what you want. We are all negotiating all the time. Why not be good at it? Right?! Except for a few naturals, most of us hates negotiation at first. We get nervous, our handsContinue reading “Thoughts on: Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss”

Thoughts on: “The Netocrats” by Bard & Söderqvist

I tried to explain this book to a colleague before christmas break; how it utterly fashinated me, even though I feel I only understood it partly, and how it had provided me with a new lens with which to see the world. — It must have caught his interest, cuz when I got back toContinue reading “Thoughts on: “The Netocrats” by Bard & Söderqvist”