Tribe has been one of those books that make you think differently about society and everyone around you. In this video I share why people report missing wars and disasters and also a possible solution to the problem.
Sapiens: A Brief History of Human Kind by Yuval Noah Harari is one of those books that everyone should read at least one in their lifetime. It’s a detailed account of how we have evolved and developed in to the human beings that we are today and the the forces that impacted our modern world.
So why did you wake up this morning? In The Miracle Morning: The not-so-obvious secret guaranteed to transform your life Hal Elrod covers all the things you should be doing every morning. I agree 100% with Hal that you should start your day off early and on the right note. If you struggle with getting your days kicked off right, this book is for you.
In the War of Art Steven Pressfield explains the struggle all artists have against RESISTANCE and how to overcome it and beat it every day by turning pro.
I found this book very helpful in learning about myself and how to make sure I keep on working on my goals.
Yes this book is about tidying up, but there is also a surprising skill you learn as you go through the process (and it’s not how to make your wife angry)
This week’s book was The Life-Chaning MAgic of Tidying up by Marie Kondo.
Ever had a sneaky feeling someone wasn’t being quite honest with you, but you couldn’t put your finger on it…..
Well then maybe this video will help. This week I read: What every BODY is saying by Joe Navarro. Joe is an ex-FBI agent and used used his knowledge of body language to solve cases.