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Book Review: Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday

“Ego is the Enemy of what you want and of what you have: Of mastering a craft. Of real creative insight. Of working well with others. Of building loyalty and support. Of longevity. Of repeating and retaining your success. It repulses advantages and opportunities. It’s a magnet for enemies and errors.” -Ryan Holiday, Ego is

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Book Review: The Obstacle is the Way by Ryan Holiday

“The impediment to action advances action. What stands in the way becomes the way”. -Ryan Holiday Hardships. Struggles. Challenges. Problems. We don’t often see them as tools that we can use. And more often than not, we pray that these will leave as soon as possible. After all, not having all these obstacles would make

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Book Review: Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker

“It’s not enough to be in the right place at the right time. You have to be the right person in the right place at the right time.” -T. Harv Eker Most of the time, whenever we think of wealth, we look at it through the lens of effort and resources. We think that we

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Book Review: The Mastery of Love by Don Miguel Ruiz

One of the things we need the most is often the most misunderstood. And what is that thing?  LOVE We go around hearing it every single day. It could be from love songs on the radio, Youtube music videos, and even our Spotify account. We watch it unfold in hilarious rom coms, telenovelas, and Korean

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Book Review: Do The Work by Steven Pressfield

“On the field of the Self stand a knight and a dragon. You are the knight. Resistance is the dragon.” -Steven Pressfield.  Let’s face it, we all are born with the potential for greatness. One might have the capability to lead multitudes. Another can produce so much profit from businesses serially created. Still, someone else

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Book Review: Daring Greatly by Brené Brown

It’s like an unspoken running motto in today’s society: appear like you’ve all got it figured out. From fashion and gadgets to social media networks and hangout places (before the pandemic, of course), we are conditioned to present our best selves to other people. We are trained to project an image of confidence, security, and

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Book Review: Atomic Habit by James Clear

You say you want to do something – but you find yourself doing something completely different. Has this ever happened to you? You say you’ll finally get around to exercising. You block off an hour after work just for the sole purpose of following an exercise video on YouTube. But then a movie trailer caught

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Book Review: Mindset by Carol S. Dweck, Ph. D.

Our thoughts are like a submerged iceberg; we don’t see it, but it affects us greatly. In fact, its impact is so immense that we can be happy or miserable, we can fail or succeed, mainly owing to what we think and how often we think about it. This is not an attempt to oversimplify

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