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”
“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”