“Be Obsessed or Be Average” – Grant Cardone Review

Be Obsessed or Be Average by Grant Cardone was recommended to me by Alex Ogorek. The tone of this book is obvious from the moment you see the cover -- Grant Cardone in a tailored suit and no socks straddling the jet turbine of his private aircraft. Grant has lived an incredible life filled with …

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How to tell your story in a noisy social world – “Jab, Jab, Jab, Right hook” by Gary Vaynerchuk

“Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook!” is the 2nd book I’ve read by serial entrepreneur and marketing visionary Gary Vaynerchuk. JJJRH expands upon Vaynerchuk’s main premise -- that every platform should be treated like a social networking platform because that’s how the world is choosing to connect and spread information today. Social media isn’t just a …

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How to Build and Sustain a Championship Culture – by Jeff Janssen (Book Review and Critique)

It’s true that everybody learns in a different way. Some people work well visually or spatially, some learn best interacting in groups, and some learn best through language and words. I was fortunate enough that I found my preferred method of absorbing and applying information relatively early on in my life. I’m one of those …

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I wrote a book, and someone hated it.

Imagine you are in bed trying to fall asleep. You toss and turn for a bit, thinking about your day and what you have to do tomorrow. You finally find a comfortable position start to drift off. Your thoughts wander and meander, and without warning or notice, a surge of fear grips you. You were …

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How “the 1%” became the “1%” –Summary of “The Demographic Cliff” by Harry Dent Jr. (Part 2)

Part 1 covered my summary and review of economist Harry Dent Jr.’s book (The Demographic Cliff) and why he believes that there will be a “Great Depression Level” global market crash in the next 5 years. Check out this link to PART ONE. I want to make clear that I’m not some conspiracy or doomsday theorist. …

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The Great Depression of 2018 — Summary and Review of “The Demographic Cliff” by Harry Dent Jr. (Part 1)

Harry S. Dent Jr. is an American economic forecaster who relies on analysis of demographic trends to make predictions about a large number of economic factors, such as consumer spending, commodity prices, the stock market, and waves of innovation. The crux of his argument in The Demographic Cliff is that slowing demographic trends around the …

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“The Thank You Economy” by Gary Vaynerchuk – Summary and Critique

Today’s post is a summary and critique of The Thank You Economy by the one and only Gary Vaynerchuk. How I Found The Book: I’ve been pretty much obsessed with Gary V and his YouTube channel since this past summer when I was driving to work at 5:30AM suffering from a minor identity crisis. I …

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