‘Shoe dog’ is industry slang for someone who has dedicated his or her life to the footwear industry. Phil Knight, the founder of Nike, is definitely is one of them. —————————————— He wanted to be an athlete but didn’t have the skills. Is there a way to experience what athletes did without being one? HeContinue reading “Thoughts on: ‘Shoe dog’ by Phil Knight”
The Marshmallow Test presents the recent scientific discoveries on how the ability to delay gratification influence our lives. Self control is a skill developed early in childhood, but can be improved later in life with certain techniques. Some of my takeaways: the use “if -then” statements in situations where I know my willpower will beContinue reading “Review: The Marshmallow Test”
—— Positive version —— For you who’s starting out making a life for yourself or come from dept and struggle to make ends meet, this is a good start point for learning about the workings of moneyz. Bull or Bear market aside, there are universal rules governing the accumulation of wealth. Through engaging parables andContinue reading “Schizophrenic Review: ‘The Richest Man in Babylon’ by George S. Clason”
It’s all well presented and somewhat interesting but I think I hoped for something other than what I got. I wished to read about what remnants of these myths can be found in today’s society. What have survived, and in that case, why? and what has it morphed into? But instead I got a “BestContinue reading “Thoughts on: ‘Norse Mythology’ by Neil Gaiman”
You don’t have to be a big fan of boxing yo enjoy this book. Only a small percentage of it is spent on the actual boxing while he bigger chunk of it deals with the early career of Ali; him joining the Nation of Islam and racial tensions of the era. ———————- For me theContinue reading “Thoughts on: “King of the World” by David Remnick”
I finally got my reading list (with scores!) from last year published on the site. I bet you’ll find something you like in there! Enjoy!
I feel like some book are meant to be studied rather just being read. There are some book that I decided not to review for this reason. Reading them ones just don’t do the trick, usually this is the case with esoteric writings like today’s book. ——————— So I read the book two more timesContinue reading “Thoughts on: “Zen Mind, Beginners Mind””