Introduction: Do Good Anyway Do Good Anyway is sound advice. I did a favor for someone and he didn’t say thanks, which ticked me off. Originally I was going to charge him, but he couldn’t afford to pay. Since he needed the information badly, I gave it to him for free. I was complaining to […]
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Introduction: The Angel Inside by Chris Widener The Angel Inside: Michelangelo’s Secrets For Following Your Passion and Finding the Work You Love The Angel Inside is a fun, yet thoughtful book that you can read in about an hour. This book is in the form of a fable, which makes it very easy to read. […]
Introduction: Key to Yourself & Golden Keys to a Lifetime of Living by Venice Bloodworth I read Key to Yourself by Venice Bloodworth and extracted 10 lessons I think are worth learning. This is a book I really enjoyed and read each year for several years. It is not for everyone because it is very […]
Initial Thoughts on The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin The Autobiography and Other Writings (Penguin Classics) A few days ago I posted a blog titled “Benjamin Franklin in 10 Tweets,” and thought it would be a great follow-up to have today’s post. I reviewed The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin for Ambeck Edge in November 2004 and […]
Introduction: The Art of Seeing in a 24/7 World A Look At How to Look At Everything by David Finn & The Zen of Photography: How to Take Pictures With Your Mind’s Camera by Paul Lester. A few years ago I attended a series of photography events hosted by the Toronto Camera Club. Richard Lautens, a Toronto […]