A while back, I read a book on millennials titled “the millennials – Connecting to America’s Largest Generation”. At the time, I offered a fairly unimpressed review of the book’s statistically driven conclusions. As I have reflected on last year’s readings, one passage from this book has continued to bothered me.
I don’t have a whole lot to say abou this book in the form of a review. It was basically common sense with a few decent analogies. There was one paragraph in the book that made me wonder if this is how others see me: It could be a boss, a board member, a customer,… Read more
Not a lot to say about this one. A morose novel consisting of tragic stories. Amazing how similar the themes of John Steinbeck’s 1939 Depression Era stories align with headlining news of today.
I have taken a break from my normal cycle of 4 educational books followed by 1 enjoyment reading and repeat. I found that I was no longer enjoying my reading time as much as I have throughout my adult life. After much consideration, it came to me that the lack of time for implementation of… Read more
My family is obsessed with television sit-com “The Office”. Rainn Wilson plays the role of Dwight. Dwight is my son’s favorite character; so, when he released an auto-biography, my son ordered it immediately. I was not personally interested in the book, but I am interested in reading anything that my children read. The odd title… Read more