Tiger Woods Book Review: The Rise And Fall Of A Legend

the rise and fall of a legend

I first picked up a golf club when I was in fifth grade. I remember being at home watching TV with my dad when he turned on the 2005 Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia.  At the time, I had absolutely zero interest in golf. As I was going back and forth with my dad onRead more

Mark Manson’s Everything is F*cked Review

everything is f*cked

It’s been a while since I have finished a good book, and the primary reason for that is because I have been stuck on Mark Manson’s Everything is F*cked for the last three or four weeks. I wish that I would have just put the book down and moved onto the next book, but myRead more

Make Your Bed By William H McRaven Book Review

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Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life … And Maybe The World by Admiral Willam H. McRaven is truly an inspirational book to read. Through the lessons that Admiral William H. McRaven shares, we can all get a better understanding of how we can transform our lives, and in turn, change theRead more

The ONE Thing Review: Change Your Focus and Your Life

the one thing

The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Results by Gary Keller with Jay Papasan is nothing short of a pure masterpiece. This book will get you to think about your goals, it will get you to challenge yourself on a daily basis, and it will lead you towards achieving your one thing andRead more

The Secret To Think and Grow Rich

secret to think and grow rich

It’s safe to say that I have found a new book, Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. Not only is this a book that I will definitely be reading again, but it is also a book that will remain in my backpack with me so that I can read bits and pieces of itRead more

Girl, Wash Your Face: What I Learned & My Thoughts

Girl, Wash Your Face

I don’t know why I chose to read Girl, Wash Your Face by Rachel Hollis, but in all honesty, I am kind of glad that I did. While there are many scepticisms about the book, I felt as though I was able to resonate with a lot of the messages that were spoken about inRead more

Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds

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Daily Blog #330 A retired Chief of the Navy, the only man in the military to be part of Air Force TAC-P, three Navy Seal Hell Weeks in one year (having completed two of them), and graduate of BUD/S and Army Ranger School. Finisher of over 60 ultra-marathons, triathlons, and ultra-triathlons while also holding theRead more

How To Make Big Changes With Tiny Leaps

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Daily Blog #311 Tiny Leaps Big Changes Book Review “Have you ever noticed how difficult it is to get started on something? How, no matter how badly you might want it, it feels impossible to get moving? But then once you do start, it suddenly feels easier and easier to keep things moving in theRead more

The Truth About The 5 Second Rule by Mel Robbins

5 Second Rule

Daily Blog #305 What did I just read? Okay, well for starters, I listened to it on Audible, so I didn’t even read it, but still. I mean never in my life have I been more… motivated and inspired by a book. To be honest, I was trying to throw you off a little bitRead more

The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck Book Review

the subtle art of not giving a f*ck

Daily Blog #302 Another one down, and now it’s time to move onto the next. It’s not that I didn’t enjoy reading The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson, but it wasn’t quite what I was expecting based on all of the good things that I have heard about it. TheRead more