Mindless Eating Book Review

Mindless Eating Book Review

The average person makes well over 200 decisions about food every day. Traditional diet books focus on what dietitians and health practitioners know. This book focuses on what psychologists and marketers know. Recommended by Ramit Sethi, Mindless Eating is a well-researched, and very interesting book, that illustrates how situational circumstances are greatly related to our behavior. […]

The Problem With Tim Ferriss’ Tools Of Titans Book

The Problem With Tim Ferriss’ Tools Of Titans Book

The following is a guest post from Joe Thomsett. Joe is an SME business advisor and blogger at www.staywiththeproblems.com; a business, decision-making and mindset blog. Feel free to connect with Joe on LinkedIn, Facebook and/or Twitter. Shit. A negative blog title about a Tim Ferriss piece of work. Shut.The.Front.Door. (hears the hoards of fans approaching […]

Book Review: Shadow Divers

Book Review: Shadow Divers

After two of the most prolific readers I know (Ryan Holiday) and (Patrick O’Shaughnessy) recommended “Shadow Divers: The True Adventure of Two Americans Who Risked Everything to Solve One of the Last Mysteries of World War II,” I knew it was time to pick it up. Needless to say, they were right. I couldn’t put […]

A Complaint Free World

A Complaint Free World

Face it: You complain too much. I know I do. It’s really quite silly when you think about it. What does it accomplish? . . . If you said, “nothing,” that’s actually the wrong answer. Complaining invites toxicity into our lives. Our thoughts create our lives and our words indicate what we are thinking. Because […]

The Best Books I Read in 2016

The Best Books I Read in 2016

In 2016, my wife and I purchased our first home, welcomed our first child into the world and, as part of the day gig, I led (or otherwise worked on) cause marketing alliances that raised more than $3.7 million to help end cancer. As you can imagine, that didn’t leave as much time for reading […]