Post by Dez Futak. The video is *really* quiet, so turn up your speakers to full 🙂 Dan Ariely's book Predictably Irrational is a superb dive into the psychology behind why people make the buying decisions that they do, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it at the beginning of 2011. What is more interesting is… Continue reading The power of networking with social media & video – how I got Dan Ariely to leave a comment on my blog (unintentionally!)
In his book The War of Art, Steven Pressfield outlines and fleshes out the battle of creativity and artistry that any entrepreneur goes through in order to give birth the things of real value from which others will gain benefit. Through his own experiences and reflections on humanity, Pressfield powerfully makes the case for the… Continue reading Are You an Artisan or a Hack?
Back in October of last year I posted an article about Robert Kiyosaki, and his recommendations for surviving the global economic recession: “He believes that this is actually a time more serious than just a recession: a global depression is on its way, and we’re all going to have to face some very stark choices.… Continue reading Robert Kiyosaki on The CashFlow Quadrant
As incredible as it may seem, I’ve just finished read a book by Tim Ferriss with this title: you can read more about it by clicking here.
Author: Robert Kiyosaki Summary A detailed overview of the 4 main ways to generate cashflow, with a lovely generous lemon twist of the necessary psychological character strengths, skills and personality profiling garnished throughout this excellent introduction to taking financial responsibility. Comments Robert Kiyosaki continues in this successful theme (his best-seller Rich Dad, Poor Dad is… Continue reading Rich Dad 2: The Cashflow Quadrant