Insight by two tech pioneers on what tomorrow will hold. Part dystopian warning and part optimistic tale of want tomorrow could hold. Very thought provoking.
Attacks the common beliefs on what the history of Florida has been and uses that as a air up call for all of us. He deals with everything from Ponce De Leon not really searching for the fountain of youth to the negative financial and civil rights impact of Disney World on the state. I didn't not agree with all of the author's conclusions but it was a very thought provoking read.
Digs into the qualities of great leaders with real life examples. Gives the individual who wants to be a better leader guidance on how to continually build their knowledge and skill set through intentional self development steps. It was a very inspiring read.
Great introduction into the Zen philosophy. The idea of always approaching things with the beginners mind instead of the closed minded self absorbed know it all.
I had no idea Floridians owed so much to Flagler for the ambition to persevere at all costs did to develop the state. Beyond Flagler's Folly of the line to Key West he put Miami on the map. The stories of survival and tragedy for those in the eye of the storm was a gripping read.
The man behind the curtains delivering on the dreams and passion of Jobs. It would have been good to get more insight from I've himself but it was still a great read into the man and his insane sense of style and commitment to deliver at all costs.
A truly tragic yet inspiring story of a young man with insane skills on the baseball diamond who has fought his entire life with the demons of addiction to drugs and alcohol. The shattered lives he left in his wake as he sunk deeper and deeper into self destruction was tragic but thankfully he never hit bottom which to Doc is the grave. Here's to Doc as he continues his struggle to slay his demons every day one day at a time.
A very brutal look at the haves and have nots through the magnificent storytelling of Vonnegut. The lottery of birth in full force as the new generation of old money drinks buckets full from the river of wealth while the 99% of the other half struggle day to day to live. Very nice twist at the end though. Very thought provoking read.
Disruptive innovation is driven by companies with a creative mentality rather then just an execution mentality. The insights in this book about gaining a wide exposure across industries and cultures to look for links that are not that obvious is intriguing. The idea of a vu ja de event where you truly see and grasp new insight in something you have been looking at for years due to knew perspectives is a very powerful idea.
Mixes classic philosophy with an even dose of street smarts from a young lady well versed in the college seen on dating, partying, and the baggage that comes along with that life style.
Certainly not a fully balanced look at Hillary's political history but proves she will be a force to be reckoned with in 2016. She will have to over come her age and Bengazi, but she will have the momentum of history on her side and a network of supporters consumed by getting her in office.
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