Mastery by Robert Greene
What is the most effective path to Mastery?
I explore this question in my latest book summary:
1-Page PDF Summary of Mastery
Drive by Daniel Pink
“Motivation 3.0, the upgrade we now need, presumes that humans also have a drive to learn, to create, and to better the world.” – Daniel Pink
How can we get ourselves and others motivated to solve hard problems and learn complex subjects?
I explore these questions in my latest book summary:
1-Page PDF Summary of Drive
Made to Stick by Chip and Dan Heath
“If you want your ideas to be stickier, you’ve got to break someone’s guessing machine and then fix it.” – Chip Heath, Made to Stick
It’s hard to be successful if you can’t communicate your ideas effectively.
1-Page PDF Summary of Made to Stick
Perennial Seller by Ryan Holiday
“Let’s start by internalizing the best practices of those who’ve achieved intermediate and lasting success so we can give ourselves the best chance of joining the lofty perch of those who have made something truly perennial and timeless. Let’s be truly ambitious.” ― Ryan Holiday, Perennial Seller
How do we make products that stand the test of time? Watch my new book summary to find out:
1-Page PDF Summary of Perennial Seller
To be productive and creative you need to show your work to others. Unfortunately, that means some of your work will be rejected (i.e. “I don’t like this” or “this isn’t very good”). If you can’t get over those rejections, you’ll stop showing your work, and you’ll stop improving.
Moving past rejection and failure is key to our long-term success.
Here is a challenge to help you get over rejection quickly, so you can get back to producing work, fearlessly.
Focus is the key to our success. But getting focused and staying focused is increasingly difficult in today’s distracted world. That is why I have created the following challenge. The challenge is inspired by the book ‘The 4 Disciplines of Execution.’