Category Archives: Book Reviews

Book Review: The Truth, The Lie and the Dare

You only need to read the first few pages of The Truth, The Lie and The Dare to see why the author has so many awards in her kitty. I devoured the 283-paged book in two sittings in spite of having a full schedule including three highly prized nonfiction books out of which I had…
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[Book Review] Stop procrastinating and get more done in less time

Originally published in 2001, Eat that Frog by Brian Tracy still offers timeless principles that can help one overcome the temptation to procrastinate and instead achieve more in less time. While the title may sound somewhat obscure, the idea of eating a frog comes from an old saying that if the first thing one has to do…
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[Book Review] If we must thrive, we must have endings

The end of poverty brings wealth. The end of childhood brings adulthood. The end of a war is peace, the end of a month ushers in a new month we can go on and on but one thing is certain: endings are a fact of life. In Necessary Endings, Dr. Henry Cloud teaches that when…
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Don’t let others rent space in your head

Don't Let Others Rent Space in Your Head: Your Guide to Living Well, Overcoming Obstacles, and Winning at Everything in Life is a book for people who are tired of where they are, who are willing to hear the truth and ready to take steps. Most people, if not all, desire to live well and…
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