Blog Category: reading

The Ten Most Important Books To Expand Your Brain

Books suck. No question about it, almost everyone who writes a book is a crappy writer. And this is a good thing. It’s because the writer spent his life getting GOOD at…

Books suck. No question about it, almost everyone who writes a book is a crappy writer. And this is a good thing. It’s because the writer spent his life getting GOOD at what he was writing about. He didn’t spend his life being good at writing. He didn’t spend his life typing. He ran a […]

Read More Comment

The Top 5 Books To Read This Summer

I tried to read on a beach once. I got the very first Kindle. It didn’t have many books available but what it did, I downloaded and tried to read. But it…

I tried to read on a beach once. I got the very first Kindle. It didn’t have many books available but what it did, I downloaded and tried to read. But it was uncomfortable and hot and my wife and kids kept going into the ocean so I went back to the hotel room to […]

Read More Comment

The Six Things The Most Productive People Do Every Day

I admit I stole this title. But I didn’t read the article. I didn’t want to be tainted by “the most productive people”. So I decided to write down what six things…

I admit I stole this title. But I didn’t read the article. I didn’t want to be tainted by “the most productive people”. So I decided to write down what six things I do every day that help me with productivity. I think I’m somewhat productive. I help run a few businesses. I’ve written a […]

Read More Comment

My Summer Reading List, and Other Ways I've Ruined My Life

It was really horrible what I did to them. Grad school! All my classes paid for plus an entire $1100 stipend a month to live on. Suddenly, for the first time in…

It was really horrible what I did to them. Grad school! All my classes paid for plus an entire $1100 stipend a month to live on. Suddenly, for the first time in my life, I was rich. I was Jimmy Rockefeller. I felt like every worry in life had now shed off me. I was […]

Read More Comment