Over the past few years, I've developed a habit of reading books on management and leadership. These books have transformed who I am and where my career goals lie. As I reflect on the words written, three books stick out to me as especially insightful. While there are many great… Continue Reading '3 Books to Transform your Leadership'
I just finished reading Seth Godin's Tribes and wanted to get a quick review of it out because I know I won't do it if I wait. I think this was the perfect book for me to read at this point in my life. I recently switched jobs after having… Continue Reading 'Tribes: A quick review'
On the recommendation from a co-worker, I picked up Man's Search for Meaning and promptly breezed through the book. The first half covered the author's time in Nazi concentration camps during the second World War, which was quite sobering to read. The second half delved deep into Logotherapy and how… Continue Reading 'Book Review: Man's Search for Meaning'
One of my major goals over the past few years has been to increase my consumption of books. While most people (myself included) do a lot of reading throughout the day (twitter, news items, etc), most of that is fairly shallow in content depth. There's only so much you're going… Continue Reading 'Book Review: The Art of Non-Conformity'
Building Impressive Presentations with Impress.js In June I was asked to review a new book on Impress.js, the fun little presentation framework I’ve used in a few of my presentations. Here’s the review: —- First off, it’s great to see an entire book dedicated to… Continue Reading 'Building Impressive Presentations with Impress.js'