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Book Report: Success and Luck

“If any of you go running or ride a bike, you’ll know that when you’re running of bicycling into the wind, you’re very aware of it. You just can’t wait till the course turns around and you’ve got the wind

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Posted in Books, Leadership, Math and Science

Book Report: The Daily Show (The Book)

“Getting fired from Paramount was the real turning point for me. Because I thought that after appearing onĀ Letterman, now I’m a made man. And the Paramount thing, I thought losing it meant I was an unmade man. I realized you

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Book Report: On Tyranny

“The European history of the twentieth century shows us that societies can break, democracies can fall, ethics can collapse, and ordinary men can find themselves standing over death pits with guns in their hands. It would serve us well today

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Posted in Books, Leadership

Book Report: Will There Be Donuts?

“If you really mean to change the way you meet, you are going to be messing with the culture of the business and the deep-seated habits of its employees. You’re going to discover that very often the meetings are not

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Posted in Books, Everything, Leadership, Management

Book Report: Why Should I Choose You?

“This book is about discovering your unique identity as an organization and being able to express that in a simple and compelling way. It is about revealing what it is about you that makes you uniquely remarkable at your very

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Posted in Books, Marketing

Book Report: Drunk Tank Pink

“These studies tell us something profound and perhaps a bit disturbing about what makes us who we are: there isn’t a single version of ‘you’. It’s comforting to believe that there’s an essential version of each of us, that good

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Posted in Books, Math and Science

Book Report: Data and Goliath

“Privacy is not a luxury that we can only afford in times of safety. Instead, it’s a value to be preserved. It’s essential for liberty, autonomy, and human dignity. We must understand that privacy is not something to be traded

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