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12 Rules for Life by Peterson Jordan B Book Review

  12 Rules for Life by Peterson Jordan B Book Review 12 Rules for Life by Peterson Jordan B  the book is entitled twelve rules for life and that in itself gives you the hint that this is a sort of self-development book or a book that will better you inspire you all those sort of things  while the book does have a lot of those aspects it's also way more complex each chapter is one of these twelve lessons and so he'll start with the rule of the chapter twelve rules for life remember  what we end up doing is going on a journey okay I mean that it's a journey okay so you start out with this main point you take a path you take a path away from it then you take a path off of that path and a path  you end up somewhere completely different at times I really felt that way where he's a superfluous speaker he's a superfluous writer as well so it wasn't anything that really surprised me  I kind of half expected it going in now that's something that generally frustrates

Who Moved My Cheese by Spencer Johnson Book Review

  Who Moved My Cheese by Spencer Johnson Book Review  Who moved my cheese by spencer johnson the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry robert burns life doesn't always turn out the way we think it will when change happens a lot of us have a natural tendency to resist that change  Why simply put we are afraid of change change represents the unknown which challenges our sense of safety and security this is a very simple story about change it's about seeing change anticipating change and adapting to change now that sounds incredibly boring but luckily  The author spencer johnson has put a cool little twist on a boring topic and has interwoven the lessons of change into the story of four characters two mice named sniff and scurry  Two little people who are the same size as mice named hammond ha these four characters represent parts of us they represent the simple and complex within each of us as spencer put it sometimes  We may act like sniff who sniffs out change early or

The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg Book Review

  The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg Book Review  Charles Duhigg's The Power of Habit was clearly a bestseller before I even saw it and it was on my wish list for the longest time, then I started getting into the subconscious mind topics that you Know Um Dr Shad Helms Setter Who Wrote You When You Talk To Yourself Say What My Favorite Book Is As of now I am actually reading their latest which is really in my bag and I will review it soon that one is called Aptitude, I forgot the name of it but I then decided to switch subjects and pick up habits Decided because I read a book by Kelly McGoglin called Willpower Instinct and that really turned my mind upside down on willpower, it's called Willpower Instinct and I highly recommend I Don't Know I actually did review on that, but the power of habit So in short it's great that a lot of people complain that there aren't enough case studies in these books the number one thing is they don't provide evidence uh where is

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman Book Review

  Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman Book Review Thinking Fast and Slow is a book on behavioral psychology and decision-making the book summarizes research that Kahneman conducted over decades often in collaboration with most Watsky after reading  This book definitely go ahead and research a bit about our mouaz towards key because you are going to get a lot of new information and I found his personality to be really amazing now coming back to Daniel Kahneman  He is an israeli-american psychologist and economist notable for his work on the psychology of judgment and decision-making as well as behavioral economics for which he was awarded the 2002 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences w hich is like so amazing  Now the central thesis in this book is basically a dichotomy between two modes of thought the first one is system 1 which is the fast thinking brain and the system 2 which is the slow thinking brain  So system 1 is fast it's instinctive and it's also emotional

Make Your Bed by Admiral William H. McRaven Book Review

  Make Your Bed by Admiral William H. McRaven Book Review  Make Your Bed by Admiral William H. McRaven While it's true that everyone faces challenges in life, not everyone faces the challenges of a Navy SEAL.  Admiral McRaven joined the Navy SEALs in early 1980s. After 37 years of military service, midnight swims in the cold waters of San Diego, uncountable days without sleep and the most extreme missions, he learned 10 lessons that can help you get through the most difficult times in your life.  Lesson number one, start your day with a task completed. Each day of your life will require you to complete some tasks. These might be as simple as working, driving your children to school, or cleaning your home.  When faced with a long list of small tasks, you may feel overwhelmed, but if you start your day with one successful task, even if it seems as insignificant as making your bed, you will be setting yourself up for a successful day.  Every morning in SEAL training, McRaven started t