The Hard Hat: 21 Ways to Be a Great Teammate was an exceptional book which talks about the model teammate. The author enjoyed the exceptional leadership that this great teammate exuded in every aspect of his friend George’s life. Then, George, the perfect teammate died in a freak accident. The Hard Hat is a symbolic item which reminds the team of George’s legacy as they face the challenge of the loss of their teammate’s life. The Hard Hat takes the reader through how the team faced this hardship and highlights 21 ways George demonstrated his greatness.
The Hard Hat is an exceptional read and recommended as such. If you’re interested in enjoying it interested in enjoying it you can find it here.
Brain Changer: How Harnessing Your Brain’s Power to Adapt Can Change Your Life was a great additional follow up book after What Makes Your Brain Happy. It reviews different ways to change your life through minor daily hacks to higher order behavior modifications to accomplish a specific goal. I found this quite enjoyable to increase my personal awareness of what my routines are and how they support my goals. Brain Changer definitely improved upon the previous work of What Makes your Brain Happy.
Brain Changer was an excellent read and highly recommended. If you’re interested in enjoying it interested in enjoying it you can find it here.
The One Minute Entrepreneur: The Secret to Creating and Sustaining a Successful Business is a decent book which was a quick read and had numerous similarities to the other similar books I’ve enjoyed the past couple of years. I worked through this when we were in the middle of a long distance move. It is the story of an individual who is operating at an average level and does not understand why he is not able to progress personally in his own life, professionally and personally within his family life.
The main character of The One Minute Entrepreneur is an individual is directed to a life counselor and progresses through additional tailored challenges by the life counselor and ultimately improves, often unknowingly and without understanding until after he has successfully progressed and reflecting upon.
The One Minute Entrepreneur was an interesting read but it is skippable. If you’d like to try it out you can find it here.