Details create the big picture. -Sanford I. Weill

I’ve been reading and listening to YouTube videos quite a bit lately.  Lots of great stuff out there if you know where to look.  The following quote summarizes a lot of the books and videos that I’ve read and listened to over the past year. Details create the big picture. Sanford I. Weill One of the first books I read this year, “The Compound Effect” Read more […]

Book Review: 8 Hour Bestseller

Normally I only write about programming books and programming. I have been thinking about writing a book to put on the Kindle platform. I went on a search and decided on this book by Tim Castleman called 8 Hour Bestseller: How to Write Your Bestselling Book in Record Time.  I know, I know the name is kinda cheesey like a lot of books out there.  The Read more […]

Review: Start Small, Stay Small: A Developer’s Guide to Launching a Startup by Rob Walling

I found this book while I was purchasing The Lean Startup: How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses by Eric Reis. Funny how I finished it before Reis’ book. It’s probably because Walling does a good job of getting right into showing you what he’s talking about while Reis starts off proving the method Read more […]

When Your Flinch is Broken

Today I found this free book put out by Julien Smith based on an article that Jonathan Fields put on his blog. I downloaded it on my PC Kindle (and I really want a Kindle Fire). I haven’t put it down yet.  The book is a perfect follow up for my article Learn by Mistake.  I think it explains why learning by mistake works as well as how to help yourself Read more […]