Doris Kearns Goodwin, winner of the Pulitzer Prize, has put together a book of four presidents who faced extreme turbulent times in American history. These presidents…
Yesterday, watching the George H. W. Bush funeral that day at the National Cathedral, a one and half hour surgery soon turned into five hours. My Mom has been through a series of surgeries last year and this year. I’ve gotten all too familiar with where things are in the hospital, with hospital food, and
Malcolm Gladwell is one of my favorite authors. He finds patterns in penny loafers and the Aids epidemic in The Tipping Point, makes sense out of sixth senses in Blink, and turns luck and big breaks into a science in Outliers. He opens your mind through each unique story he tells. And what greater story
This week I made the executive decision to change the book of the week to Becoming by Michelle Obama. I don’t know is it still an executive decision if it’s just me? Anyways, in choosing this book, I thought about how I want this blog to be about becoming our best selves. Part of why
With last weeks’ book of the week being The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg, and learning how to change habits, it seemed only natural for this week’s book to be High Performance Habits by Brendon Burchard. So what are high performance habits? Brendon Burchard describes them as, “High performance is not achieved by a
Each week I pick a Book of the Week with the intention of helping you find and develop your “superpowers”. Throughout the week I will discuss the book and look forward to your input in the discussions. This blog is or superheroes and superheroes in training.
Wednesday’s book of the week is Brene Brown’s Dare to Lead. A famous TED talk speaker with her talk on vulnerability reaching over 36 million views to-date. Her new book Dare to Lead is a combination of Daring Greatly and Rising Strong geared toward leaders at work. Being a big fan of Brene’s work already