For book forty four of 2015, I enjoyed the book Bold: How to Go Big, Create Wealth and Impact the World.

I’ve been meaning to get to this book for some time but it wasn’t immediately available via my normal library method so I chose to wait to enjoy it.  I’m glad the library finally had it this week and it was my top priority to get through.  You see, I had a minor role as one of Bold’s Vanguards.  It was great to interact and participate in the discussion through the development of this GREAT book.  I fully recommend the book Abundance and this is an exceptional follow up!


This book discusses some of the bold innovative leaders in our world.  It then goes early to encourage and tell the reader how they can be Bold and take global challenges into their own hands and solve these major problems. An exceptional read and I encourage you to put this great book on your immediate list to enjoy!

Bold: How to Go Big, Create Wealth and Impact the World


For book forty three of 2015, I enjoyed the book The 33 Strategies of War.

I’ll just come right out and say it; this book was awesome!  It covers all of the ages of war and provides the strategy of key historic figures which were extremely successful in war.  It then further covers how they applied the specific war strategy through execution of the strategy through the operational and tactical levels of war.

This book is one of the top contenders for 2015; highly recommended.

The 33 Strategies of War


For book forty two of 2015, I enjoyed the book The Age of Edison.

As Thomas Edison is one of America’s most well known innovators and inventors I felt it was important to understand more about who he was, what drove him, and what he struggled with.

Most notably, Thomas Edison is known for inventing the light bulb.  Well, as anyone that has done innovative research work like Edison did, it rarely is one single individual that does all the work.  But rather a group or team of individuals motivated by one lead that accomplishes major innovative work.

The Age of Edison reviews some of the best of Thomas Edison’s work and the challenges, the motivators, and the struggles which he faced.  This book was very good and pairs very well with the National Geographic American Genius series.  Specifically, the episode of Edison versus Tesla.

Recommend enjoying The Age of Edison and the show!

The Age of Edison: Electric Light and the Invention of Modern America

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