There are some books that you read once and forget. There are others that you feel compelled to revisit on a regular basis given the power and the value of the content within. Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl, is definitely in the second category and should be recommended reading for anyone who seeks to lead a more meaningful life. I would go so far as to say, it’s worthwhile reading for people from all walks of life as a means to look beyond our superficial differences and to remind ourselves what it means to be human. Continue reading “Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl – Book Review”
To be honest, Michael Lewis is not an author I was familiar with until a few of his books got made into movies. Having enjoyed viewing Moneyball and The Blind Side, I had put it on my to-do-list to discover the author behind these works.
I stumbled across a 25th Anniversary Edition of Liar’s Poker in a bookstore and decided to give it a go. It was not a work I was familiar with and really had no clue what I was venturing in to. Liar’s Poker was Lewis’ first book and tells a somewhat autobiographical story about his own experience as a bond trader. The book’s title comes from a high stakes gambling of the same name played by bond traders on Wall Street. Continue reading “Liar’s Poker by Michael Lewis – Book Review”
John D. Rockefeller is someone I’ve wanted to read about for a long time. He retains a larger than life presence even though it’s been over 80 years since his passing. I suspect it has something to do with the sheer wealth Rockefeller accumulated during his time. In today’s dollars, Rockefeller’s wealth would have surpassed that of Bill Gates’ and Warren Buffett’s combined!
I’m not sure why I chose this book, specifically. There is plenty of information available on Rockefeller via various websites, YouTube and other sources. Given how polarizing this subject is, however, I felt like I needed a comprehensive resource to make up my own mind. Continue reading “Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller, Sr. by Ron Chernow – Book Review”
One of the biggest challenges to maintaining a positive mindset is finding new and interesting content to inspire and help you achieve your daily objectives. Personally, I have found reading, YouTube and audio (podcasts, audio books and Spotify) to be critical to making this happen.
Given how beneficial I have found the above resources, I thought to create a site to share my discoveries with like minded people. I also wanted feedback from others on books and other resources that have had a major impact on their lives. My name is Tim and thank you for stopping by megamegamindset.com.
Over the coming weeks and months, I look forward to sharing my thoughts on various resources including great books I have come across, speakers that inspire me and playlists that help me perform. There may even be the odd blog post around pertinent topics and how they relate to staying motivated.
If you do happen to stop by and see something that piques your interest, please don’t hesitate to let me know. My aim is to make this site a dynamic resource to help others in the same way many of these materials have helped me.
Thanks, once again for stopping by. Stay motivated!