I just listened to a part of a sermon by Bishop TD Jakes via the podcast Motivate on Spotify and the topic of the day was commitment. Bishop TD Jakes challenged his congregation to think about where they would be … Continue reading Where Would You Be If You Were Fully Committed?
People that are good at academics have certain traits that contributed to their success such as being disciplined and following the rules. Studies have shown that these people usually go on to run the world and maintain the system that … Continue reading How do we identify and develop world changers?
My time to present was coming up. It’s been a couple months in the making and this was my moment to shine. I’m going to be amazing. I have to be amazing. I had a good strategy: work on the … Continue reading Recognizing Self-Sabotage and Fear of Success and Failure
Several highly visible people advise others to constantly produce. Produce blog posts, produce ideas, produce something and put it out there for other people to engage with. Even if no one else sees it, the act of making it will … Continue reading Quantity Leads to Quality
The Lost Prosperity Secrets The Lost Prosperity Secrets of Napoleon Hill is a collection of Hill’s early essays. Hill wrote these articles during a time when he was still refining his thoughts and theories on success. He talks a lot … Continue reading Review of The Lost Prosperity Secrets of Napoleon Hill by Napoleon Hill
Why I Chose this Book The Power of Habit is a relatively popular book and it’s one of those books I often saw displayed in bookstores. I think, one day I was searching through overdrive.com’s selection of audiobooks and saw … Continue reading Review of The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
While reading the book Lives of Promise by Karen Arnold I had a few thoughts. It seems like a path to success and satisfaction in one’s career relies on either luck, self-exploration, career exploration and guidance. It seems that rarely … Continue reading Should We All have Professional Life Coaches?
Why I Chose This Book The book Barking Up the Wrong Tree by Eric Barker was published sometime early 2017 and there seemed to be some buzz surrounding its release. What initially caught my eye, before I knew it was … Continue reading Review of Lives of Promise: What Becomes of High School Valedictorians: A Fourteen-Year Study of Achievement and Life Choices by Karen Arnold
Why I Chose this Book A former colleague of mine recommended this book one day. The same weekend, I believe, I put this book and Bigger, Leaner, Stronger on hold at my library. I made it to the second to … Continue reading Review of The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure by Grant Cordone