Hi Friends! Happy New Year! We made it! Sort of… This was a strange one and we all needed to find ways to adjust. Just as our cabin-fever-ridden ancestors before us, we turned to the classics to get us through – broken zoom calls with grandma’s chin, compulsive Amazon shopping, and the timeless teachings Joe Exotic. AContinue reading “What I Read 2020”
You’ve stay tuned. You want to know how to make people more productive. You’re not alone. Economists have long studied this question. It boils down to getting businesses to invent creative ideas (or monetize other people’s creative ideas). And for this, it turns out location is essential. For example, a great scientist located in aContinue reading “Picking Up From Last Week: The Importance of Space”
“Do you know what happened to the first guy who decided to run 26.2 miles? He dropped dead after.” This was my response anytime someone asked me if I was interested in running a marathon. I have short legs. Why subject them to that? And yet, here I am in mile 13. My knees areContinue reading “9 Things I Learned Running a Marathon with No Training”
Greetings Friends, After a wild first round we’re now down to the Elite 8! But first let’s review how the round of 16 fared.
Greetings, Ok, the Stanley Cup finals kick off in a few hours so it’s time I stop sulking and update the League. Many of you have been clamoring for a Round II roundup (and Round III…). My apologies for the delay. Something about watching Nick tear through the field as though he’s deconstructing a suitContinue reading “Quest for the Cup: Round II”
Hi All, Hope everyone enjoyed the holidays! Time to nurse your hangovers and peruse Bob’s Books from 2019. We have 30+ books for the year. This year I’ve grouped the list into the following categories: Self-Improvement Biographies Sales, Marketing, Speaking Health Consciousness Perennial rereads
Hi All, Hope everyone enjoyed the holidays! With 2017 behind us it’s a time to reflect and also to plan. As many of you know, I read a lot. For those who have known me for a long time, that seems counterintuitive (in 4 years of high school the only book I read was PiecesContinue reading “What I Read 2017”
Hi All, Hope everyone enjoyed the holidays! With 2018 behind us it’s a time to reflect and also to plan. This will be the third year of this email where I share the books I read over the past year and include a short summary and ranking. Sorry for the length this year, I burnedContinue reading “What I Read 2018”