Tyler Cohen Wood, Cyber Branch Chief, Defense Intelligence Agency – Interview

Cohen Wood, Cyber Branch Chief, Defense Intelligence Agency - Interview Invisible Mentor: Tyler Cohen Wood Company Name: Senior Officer & Cyber Branch Chief, Defense Intelligence Agency Related Posts Catching the Catfishers by Tyler Cohen Wood – What’s Your Digital Footprint? Don’t Let Your Social Media Identity Ruin Your Hard-earned Business Reputation  Part One: Introduction Avil Beckford: In a couple of sentences, tell me a little bit about yourself. Tyler Cohen Wood: I am definitely driven; very hard worker and I care very much about the topic that I talk about in my book, in particular, people … [Read more...]

Mastering Evernote by Casey Lightbody, Book Review

Mastering Evernote

Mastering Evernote by Casey Lightbody, Book Review If you are brand new to Evernote, your digital notebook and filing cabinet, then Mastering Evernote: A Busy Woman's Guide To Working Smarter And Getting Things Done by Casey Lightbody is the perfect book for you because it is easy to read, takes about an hour or so to read, and lays the foundation for you to get started. I have often talked about having a strong foundation on which to build knowledge on this blog, but after reading this book, I realized that I didn’t know some of the basics about Evernote and how to get the most out of it. Further Reading SummaReview of Work … [Read more...]

The 46 Rules of Genius by Marty Neumeier, Book Review

The 46 Rules of Genius

The 46 Rules of Genius by Marty Neumeier, Book Review At a recent event that I attended at the Rotman School of Management on the Rules of Genius, I was given a copy of The 46 Rules of Genius: An Innovator's Guide to Creativity (Voices That Matter) by Marty Neumeier. Since I received The 46 Rules of Genius for free, I decided to read and review it. This post is the second part to Marty Neumeier’s Rules of Genius. At the event, Marty Neumeier focused on the rules that were in the second half of the book, so I am focusing on the rules in the first part. Related Post Marty Neumeier’s Rules of Genius The 46 Rules of Genius by … [Read more...]

Donald Barthelme: Essential Books for a Literary Education

Donald Barthelme

Donald Barthelme: Essential Books for a Literary Education Born April 7, 1931 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, Donald Barthelme was an influential American writer known for short stories, satires, and novels. His stories are interesting because they often border on the absurd and bizarre. He Attended the University of Houston, and worked as a journalist, managing editor, professor, and visiting professor. According to St. James Guide to Fantasy Writers, “In the many collections--where fantasies mixed with mimetic pieces (mimetic, that is, by Barthelme's loose standards; even his most straightforward fiction seemed to conceal … [Read more...]

Arianna Huffington Speaks at Rotman School of Management

Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington Speaks at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management What does success mean to you? If I met you for coffee one year from today, what would have had to happen in your life for you to feel successful – to feel like you are living the good life? Success and living the good life are on my mind since a friend recently offered me a ticket to hear Arianna Huffington speak at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management about her life; Huffington Post, which she founded; and her new book, Thrive. And for Huffington, success is not just about the money. About three years ago, Arianna Huffington … [Read more...]