About five and a half years ago, a blog post by Tim Ferris that shared a chapter of Robb Wolf’s book, The Paleo Soulution, literally changed my life. Since then, I’ve been a regular consumer of several “Paleo” bogs, podcasts, books, and recipe books. All that said, this book wasn’t on my radar until very [...]Derek Dysart
My goal for 2016 is to read 60 books. I don’t know why I picked 60, but it’s a lofty goal. As long as it’s north of 0, I’ll be happy.
I’m hoping to capture thoughts on each here as I go along.
by Chris Martenson and Adam Tagart I started following Chris and Adam’s work on their site PeakProsperty.com after hearing Robb Wolf mention it on one of his Podcasts. In a nutshell, Chris maintains we are going to see major change in our world over the next few years as Energy, the Economy and the Environment feel the pressures of [...]Derek Dysart
by Tony Robbins I know he’s polarizing, but I first have to admit I find Tony Robbins fascinating. I can’t put a finger on why, but he’d be someone I’d love to meet sometime. That said, I first heard about this book on Tim Ferris’s podcast (another polarizing individual). That said, this book was good, but [...]Derek Dysart
by MJ Demarco I’ll admit, I started this book in Dec of 2015, but finished it in 2016, so I am counting it. Despite a super douchy sounding title, I really liked this book. It is mainly about trying to change your mindset toward money and wealth. Demarco employes an automobile metaphor throughout the book and outlines people in one [...]Derek Dysart