I talk with author Mark Eglinton about his book, No Domain: The John McAfee Tapes.
Mike Lindell was how a smart guy who did terrible in school, had a ton of insecurities, addicted himself to crack and gambling, and yet was able to overcome those vices and find a way to provide something of value to the world through the marketplace with his invention of My Pillow.
The Inner Game of Startups will go down as one of the great books published on Bitcoin with Canonic.
A memoir from a young woman about the dangers of labeling someone with mental illness.
I read the book, Out of the Box, Ron Leifer's autobiography, to learn more about Leifer’s association with Thomas Szasz. I wanted to find out, what if anything, Leifer learned while studying under Szasz during medical school. I found out that while Leifer accepted Szasz’s assertion that mental illness is a metaphor for problems in … Continue reading Out of the Box – Book Review
Can a person live a flourishing, purpose-filled life in spite of chronic illness and near constant pain? According to author Suzy Szasz, the answer is a resounding, "yes". Szasz's book, Lupus. Living With It: Why You Don't Have To Be Healthy to Be Happy, is written with an enthusiasm for life. Despite her constant battle … Continue reading You Don’t Have to be Healthy to be Happy