Digesting Books

First, Find Your Passion

A Discussion of “The 4-Hour Workweek” by Timothy Ferriss   I think we can all agree that a 4-hour workweek sounds pretty good. Even if you’re someone who enjoys your job, you probably wouldn’t mind having more hours in the week to spend on other things.   However, if you’re Read more…

By Thriving Erin, ago
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Quitting is For Winners

A Discussion of Seth Godin’s “The Dip”   Starting something new is thrilling. Whether it’s a new project, a new job, a new relationship, or a new hobby, it’s normal to find ourselves with renewed energy, clarity of focus, and a greater sense of possibility. The potential unknowns are exciting Read more…

By Thriving Erin, ago
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Choose Your Tribe

A Discussion of “Tribal Leadership” by Dave Hogan, John King, and Halee Fischer-Wright   All human interaction can be broken down into tribes. Tribes form so naturally that it is just considered to be human nature. As the authors write: “Birds flock, fish school, people ‘tribe’.” We settle into tribes Read more…

By Thriving Erin, ago
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Leveraging Your Limitations

A Discussion of “A Beautiful Constraint” by Adam Morgan & Mark Barden   constraint /kƏn’streint/ noun a limitation, imposed by outside circumstances or by ourselves, that materially affects our ability to do something   We’ve all had amazing ideas or plans that never materialize. We all have moments of inspiration that Read more…

By Thriving Erin, ago
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Choosing Possibility

A Discussion of The Art of Possibility by Rosamund and Benjamin Zander   This book is not about solving all your problems or changing the situation in which you find yourself, it’s about transforming yourself, by changing your perspective, and therefore, the way you experience each situation. It outlines 12 Read more…

By Thriving Erin, ago