For those of you who have been following me over the course of the last year, you will know that I have turned into somewhat of a book worm. After not touching a book for three years prior, reading is one of my favorite things to do now. After finishing The 12 Rules For . . .
To say that Jordan Peterson’s 12 Rules For Life: An Antidote to Chaos is an interesting read would be an understatement to say the very least. Imagine your favorite self-help book that is backed up with a whole lot of mythology, and oh, a lot of religious beliefs as well. If you . . .
“There are only two ways to influence human behavior: you can manipulate it or you can inspire it.” - Simon Sinek Have you ever struggled to know what your WHY is with anything that you do? What is your purpose? WHY do you do the things that you do? Why do you believe the . . .
I think the name of the book pretty much speaks for itself - Mindset: The New Psychology of Success. For anybody out there who is aspiring to chase their dreams or achieve any of their goals, this book is going to be very beneficial for you in the sense that it is going to teach . . .
2019 was the year of reading. Well, at least it was for me. I wish I could say that I was lying, but in 2019 I think I read more books than I have in my entire life combined. That may sound a bit dramatic, but it’s true. I never used to read. I hated sitting down and . . .
I write this with a sad and heavy heart. The day has finally come where I have finished Marie Forleo’s Everything Is Figureoutable. I wish I could share with you how impactful, insightful, and inspiring this book truly is, but words simply won’t do justice. It is one . . .
What can I say, I am an avid Chris Guillebeau fan. In the last four months, I think I have read all of his books but one, Born For This. The most recent book of Guillebeau’s that I finished was The $100 Startup. I’m normally not the type of person who is heavily passionate . . .
There are two types of people in this world. There are conformists, and there are nonconformists. A conformist is somebody who conforms to accepted behavior or established practices. If you look within, you will often see this within your daily life. You get up, go to a . . .
I first became interested in Chris Guillebeau when my mom purchased me a signed copy of his book 100 Side Hustles: Unexpected Ideas for Making Extra Money Without Quitting Your Day Job for my twenty-sixth birthday. I had heard of Chris Guillebeau before and had listened to his . . .
Summary Have you ever wondered why some people choose to practice gratitude? I mean, when most think about gratitude, they do not think of it being something that you practice, but rather something that you simply feel. But science has continually shown there to be . . .