Crazy Rich Asians is an absolute madhouse (the good kind). You got juicy gossip, billionaire weddings, and incredibly luxurious lifestyles.
Reading Giant Days made me wish I could go back to my college years. Maybe do things a little differently and see what could’ve happened (think alternate universes).
Damon Zahariades’ Fast Focus kept popping up on my Amazon recommendations list. It was begging to be read and I couldn’t resist.
As you’ll notice in this latest book haul, I’ve been through some interesting places.
Banned Manifestation Secrets author Richard Dotts reminds readers we are reality creators. We are masters of our own universes, but nobody is going to tell us.
If you love the Law of Attraction or curious about the subject, do read this book. However, don’t put this book on a high pedestal.
This is probably the least I’ve read since I’ve been creating these posts lol.
Kim and Mauborgne created a fitting book for beginning and experienced business owners. Freelancers can also learn a thing or two from this book.
Whether you’re a solo entrepreneur or a major corporate CEO, Paid to Think is a transformative book for anybody’s business.
Here’s my book haul from December 2019 to February 2020 (finally)