Ideas are great, but unless they are interpreted in a way that is easy to understand, they can often fall flat. That never happens with Charles Duhigg's writing. The book is broken into several different chapters where he dives into what true productivity means in various facets of your life; motivation, goal setting, decision making,... Continue Reading →
This is a long podcast but there is a line at the 1:10 point I had to share. You don't have to be great at everything, you just have to be great at figuring out what you are great at.
"...the secret to change and growth is not willpower, but positive community." - Neil Strauss
If you are interested in developing exceptional skill and have not heard of Anders Ericsson, you need to look him up. His research into deliberate practice and how it makes peak performers is absolutely essential if you want to understand how people learn. Now that Anders Ericsson has his own book, I had assumed Peak... Continue Reading →
For some this might be a hard title to get past, but it is a really great book. Anyone with an interest in or experience with the military will probably like the great stories inside this book. I mainly picked it up for the L&D perspective of how Webb redesigned the Navy SEAL sniper school.... Continue Reading →
Yesterday was the first time I had read a book cover-to-cover in one day in a long time. Though a sick daughter who just needed to rest all day was a big part of why this happened, the fact that With Winning In Mind by Lanny Bassham was also a big part of the rapid... Continue Reading →