I just read a book that was written and published in 1945, takes less than 90min to read and has more wisdom per page (WPP) than any other fiction book I’ve come across.
Every once in a while someone asks you a question that causes you to lean back in your chair and proceed to scratch your noodle.
Video conferencing is more powerful than a face to face meeting.
Book reviews. As a student at school I couldn’t stand them. And yet, here we are 15 years later on a Sunday and I’m writing one for the latest book I read.
Friend: “What’d you do on the weekend Pete?” Me: “Watched a train journey through Australia for 6 hours. How about you?”
They shape everything we do. They shape everything we believe.
257. That’s the number of podcasts I listened to in 2017.
To spice things up this week I've added an "in a gif..." summary to each book. Yep. I'm just that edgy.
In January 2017 I was struck by a quote that changed the way I think about reading.
Is that people congratulate you for something you have absolutely no control over.