“Success depends heavily on how we approach our interactions with other people. Every time we interact with another person… we have a choice to make: do we try to claim as much value as we can, or contribute value without worrying about what we receive in return?” The quote above describes the main premise of…… Continue reading Give and Take by Adam Grant – Guest Review
Have you been looking to step up your game when it comes to finances? If so, reading Rich Dad Poor Dad is the perfect way to start. Not only is it entertaining, it offers readers an opportunity to enhance their own financial intelligence too by way of relatable, true-life events. A story of a person…… Continue reading Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki (Guest Review) – Looking to up your finance game?
I write regularly in the tech space with a focus on digital and analytics. It fascinates me that a mix of binary numbers and human behaviors can predict what we like, what we buy, what we do, where we’ll go, where we’ll live, how we pay for goods and services, and the list goes on.…… Continue reading What Drives Us? Thoughts on Human Behaviors in a Digital World
Stories about history fascinate me. It doesn’t matter if they’re creative nonfiction like Edward Rutherford’s Sarum (the Story of Great Britain from how it became an island to the early 1980s), Diana Gabaldon’s historical fiction romance Outlander series, or Elizabeth Kostova’s The Historian. In movies, too, favorites include National Treasure and The Mummy. At this…… Continue reading 2,000 Ways How Not to Make a Lightbulb: Finding Success in Failure