I just finished listening to a 10-hour long audio book titled Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert B. Cialdini. It is a book that was at the top of the chart in Audible when I was browsing through the list. After listening to it, I can see why. If you ask any ambitious person … Continue reading Non-Profit Organizations asking Strangers for Money (Cool?)
And further, by these, my son, be admonished: of making many books there is no end; and much study is a weariness of the flesh. Ecclesiastes 12:12 Anyone studying for an exam could testify that much study is truly a weariness of the flesh. Given that, a book written to a specific person would capture them to … Continue reading Kindle vs Paperback: My Thoughts
For many years, I thought that WHAT you do is all that matters when it comes to living a life with purpose. But that cannot be further from the truth. Although at the end of the day WHAT you do is what people can see, WHY you do it is what inspires people, and in many cases makes people see you as a leader.
Many introverts reading this would be jumping up and down after seeing the title(out of joy I mean). Public speaking is not something that is natural to everyone. Especially for people who spent most of their early years not that social, therefore not developing the people skills and getting over the fear of talking before … Continue reading Public Speaking for Introverts