The Case For Working Remotely

Yesterday, I attended a seminar hosted by Gerry Robert, author of Millionaire Mindset, about writing a business book and using it to break into public speaking, grow company sales, and become an expert in your field. While I was listening to Gerry, I had several ideas for my own business book. A book about working remotely, …

I read over 40 Books in 2017, but I could have read more

I counted down the list of books that I read over the past year. I read 41 books. My reading habits change depending on my lifestyle. In 2014, I read over 70 books. It was easy to find time to read. I was commuting every day, sometimes for over 2 hours a day. At work, …

My Favorite Books of 2017

I read close to 40 books in 2017. I was living in Bogotá. In La Candelaria (downtown), there is a street with what feels like dozens of bookshops and other stands placed outside where people sell books in all kinds of languages. I would frequent this area every other week or so to shop for …

A Great Gift For Book Lovers

When I decided to write this post I wasnt thinking about getting a gift for anyone. Only after I typed out the title did I realize that it would make a great gift. I’ll keep this short: it’s an embosser. I picked one up some time ago on Amazon. Every time I get a new …

Great Book: Real Artists DON’T Starve

I picked up Jeff Goins’ book after I heard him on the Art of Charm podcast. I knew about Jeff Goins before the interview however, I’ve been a follower of his blog for several years now. Actually, long before I decided to become a writer myself. His material is always great, however his book Real …

Quotes of the Week: December 3rd

Good morning! This week I traveled to the city of Santa Marta in Colombia, finished reading Haruki Murakami’s Dance Dance Dance, as well as John Truby’s The Anatomy of Story. On top of that, I met quite a number of people, read countless articles and listened to several new podcasts as well. Below are some …

Spanish: Never Forget How To Speak A Language

I’ve been living in Colombia for a little over a year now. I made plans to return home in time for Christmas and to stay in the United States for a while. My teacher tells me my Spanish level is B2, which isn’t so bad. One of my biggest worries is forgetting the Spanish that I’ve …

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