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Book Review: Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor E. Frankl – Part 1

Man’s Search for Meaning Having been recommended by a couple of friends to give it a read, and having seen it referenced in a few books and by notable figures I follow. There are two main parts of the book, the first part covering Frankl’s experiences in the concentration camps, and the second Frankl briefly …

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Book Review: Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor E. Frankl – Part 2

Continuing on from part one of this review, I will look at the second part of the book, where Frankl covers his theory of logotherapy and how he had used his experiences in Nazi death camps to help him in reinforcing it. Logotherapy is a form of psychoanalysis where there is “less retrospective and less …

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Book Review: The One Thing, Gary Keller with Jay Papasan

Having recently found an interest in extraordinary successes and results I decided to pick up The One Thing, by Gary Keller with Jay Papasan, as my next book review. Gary Keller is an American entrepreneur and best-selling author, he is most known for his work as the founder of Keller Williams which is the largest …

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5-takeaways: The Essence of Happiness: A Guidebook for Living, His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Howard C. Cutler, M.D.

I thought I would try something new and use a new format of review, where I break down my top 5 takeaways from a book. Hopefully reducing your reading time, let me know how you find it. While I was reading The One Thing, by Gary Keller, I was also plodding along on the tiny …

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5-takeaways: Extreme Ownership, Jocko Willink and Leif Babin.

I know the title is a bit ‘extreme’ (sorry had to), however, the book lives up to the words on the front cover. The authors Willink and Babin are former US Navy SEALS that lead the most highly decorated task units in one of the most violent and deadliest battlefields in Iraq. A notable operator …

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Book Review: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson

I have just finished The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck, written by Mark Manson. It is one of those books that challenges one’s views and has changed my life for the better. Manson is a writer that gives life and relationship advice on his blog which has hundreds of thousands of monthly viewers, …

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Book Review: Feel the fear and do it anyway, by Susan Jeffers

Feeling the fear and doing it anyway. It seems I have been reading great books as of late. This is no exception, with easy to understand concepts that anyone could integrate into their lives ‘Feel the fear and do it anyway’ is another one for the list. With a feel-good attitude and many relevant stories …

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Book Review: The Barefoot Investor, Scott Pape

The only finance book you need to read? Maybe. Its good place to start. Scott Pape has labeled The Barefoot Investor as the only finance book you will ever need. I have to agree with the statement to a degree, it helps you get out of debt, save, invest and look ahead to the future. …

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