This week I didn’t read only 1 book, but quite a few. When you start reading about Blockchain and the potential of this technology it’s difficult to stop.
Please do yourself a favor, start learning about this technology and start future proofing your life. If we don’t evolve with the machines we’ll get left behind.
Once Upon a Time in Russia is a very interesting and easy read about the rise of Russia after democracy.
It gives you a great idea of how Russia developed and ended up where it is today. It covers the rise and fall of Boris Berzovshy with side stories about Alexander Litvinenko (KGB agent poisoned with plutonium 210) and Roman Abramovich who now owns the Chelsea football club. But my favorite parts were where he spoke about Vladimir Putin and you got a sense of the man from another perspective.
Can something as simple as making your bed, actually improve your day and your life?
This week I read Admiral William H McRaven’s book MAke your bed. The book is based on this speech he gave at the University of Texas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yaQZF…
Keep an eye out for a special guest appearance by the latest addition to our family, Kai. And also a little surprise at the end of the video.
So this week I’m in Cuba and the book that I read was The One Thing by Gary Keller.
This book has some amazing and very practical advice in it and it’s great to see how simple things can be if we choose to focus on the right things.
So what is your ONE thing this week?
This book was a really fun and easy read.
It’s full of illustrations and makes some very good points about being creative and the creative process. I recommend this to anyone struggling with creativity or trying to “figure out their style”.
In Growth Hacker Marketing Ryan Holiday explains why the role of the marketer has completely changed and why the marketing not have to be involved in all areas of the business.
Like it or not, you are a negotiator.
This book will teach you all you need to know about negotiations and how to negotiate with someone without giving in.
This week I was travelling for work, so I had to shoot this in my hotel room and unfortunately I did not have time to edit out the background noise and add some subtitles. Apologies for that 🙂
If you have even wished that you could remember people’s names and not be embarrassed when you can’t remember, this video is for you.
This week I read Unlimited Memory by Kevin Horsley and I shot this short video to help you remember people’s names.
I’ve always struggled to remember people’s names and this is a really easy and fun way to remember names.
Hope this helps you too. 🙂
Have you ever wished that you could improve your memory? Well then then this week’s video is for you Book 26 of 52. This wee’s video was shot at the Union Buildings in Pretoria and it s book written by a South African, Kevin Horsley. Kevin is a World Memory Grand master and has memorised the first 10,000 digits of Pi.
In this video I share a few tips on how to improve you memory from his book Unlimited Memory.