Insights From How To Win At The Sport Of Business (#33)
A great business book from Mark Cuban
Insights from a book which does a fantastic job of covering self-esteem (how one feels about themselves)
Kobe Bryant's provides insight into how he single-mindedly navigated the game of basketball.
Highlights effective strategies and ideas to whether people will buy and use your product.
A book highlighting how important it is to focus on building skills and figuring out what you can offer the world over "passion".
A book from 1908 that isn't really about time management but more on life philosophy. Some nuggets of gold in here.
The Fish That Ate The Whale by Rich Cohen is an extremely well-written book about Sam Zemurray, a poor Russian Jew immigrant who started off selling discarded ripe bananas from town to town and eventually rose to become super influential in the US with his banana company in the 1900s - which today is now Chiquita bananas.
Part 2 highlights how feedback, retrieval, and retention apply to learning. Let's be real if you can't recall it you don't know it.
Being able to learn something new on your own is incredibly useful in today’s economy and world, especially in a post-Corona world.
The Marketing Playbook is a really good book from the early 2000s that you should check out if you want to understand the likes of how Amazon, Netflix, Microsoft Excel & Word, laptop computers, and Lexus cars positioned themselves in the early days from a marketing standpoint...