Booked Morning Podcast Episode 15 – Review and Summary of Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff; and It’s All Small Stuff by Dr. Richard Carlson

In today’s life, we are all bombarded by stuff… we face challenges in today’s modern lives that older generations didn’t have. Technology that was supposed to make our lives easier has made life almost a 24/7 challenge. It’s become harder and harder to disconnect from our email inbox, rushing to commute, and people who simply drive us insane. The lessons …

Booked Morning Podcast Episode 14 – Review and Summary of Lincoln on Leadership: Executive Strategies for Tough Times by Donald T. Phillips

Being a leader today has become increasingly challenging. We sometimes find ourselves, leading others older and more experienced that us, or sometimes people with different set of values and even different workstyles altogether. Most Americans today including modern day public servants, from both sides of the aisle, would argue that Abe Lincoln was one of the greatest and most celebrated …

Booked Morning Podcast Episode 13 – Review and Summary of The 10X Rule: The only difference between success and failure by Grant Cardone

Do you ever wonder makes the difference between winning and losing? Success and Failure… The book presents the philosophies towards achieving our goals in life and says that success is our duty and obligation. For those who haven’t heard of Grant Cardone. He is a NY times bestselling author, speaker and a renowned business and sales, expert. Grant Cardone was …

Booked Morning Podcast Episode 10 – Review and Summary of Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg

I’m so excited to bring this fascinating book to you. It was written by Pulitzer-prize winning reporter Charles Duhigg and was a New York Times best-selling book. Last year I attended the Inbound Conference in Boston, and was fortunate enough to meet him and listen to his talk about this particular subject and reading this book puts everything together. If …

Booked Morning Podcast Episode 9 – Review and Summary of Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell

When we talk about or hear about success it’s often attributed to genius, talent and hard work. This book is Malcolm Gladwell’s third thought provoking book that shines a new perspective on success and how unseen factors contribute to someone’s success and some beyond what we can control. He is challenging everything we think we know about success and some …

Booked Morning Podcast Episode 6 – Review and Summary of Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

I wanted to share with you the book that pretty much started the personal development and self-help industry and sold over 70 Million copies worldwide. It was written by Napoleon Hill after being commissioned by the Richest Man in History Andrew Carnegie. This has been a game changer for many millionaires and billionaires of today. There are some controversial, esoteric …