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How to Read a Book – Book Review

How to Read a Book by Mortimer J. Adler and Charles Van Doren is THE classic text on reading thoughtfully. Is it still worth reading, even though it was last updated in 1972?

In this guest post, Monica of Fuller Life Makeover shows how you can have a productive day when it seems like there's not much to do.

Oftentimes we let our bosses dictate when and how we'll work. It's your turn to dictate when and how you'll crank those widgets!

Here are some of the online publications I've written for recently.

Tim drops some serious knowledge as to what it takes to marry money, passion, and happiness.

Creating for the sake of creating. You know, having to create stuff because you have to, not because you want to. Ugh.

Exceptional content is hard to come by these days. Yet the world is searching for it more and more... here's why.

Photo by pseudothoughts My brother had an interesting job over the holiday season: selling fireworks. Fireworks are incredibly popular in the South on New Years, and every year a caravan of his friends goes to work a firework tent in Alabama. It gives them a chance to get away and make some quick money over… Read more

Post by Tim Brownson. Photo by Stephen Poff There are any number of books, magazines and blogs out there that are happy to tell you that you must follow your passion in your work to be really and truly fulfilled. I’m here today to tell you, they’re all wrong. I must admit that until fairly… Read more

Photo by Zevotron On most days there is blind woman that goes to the coffee shop I frequent. Karen’s one of the sweetest and most genuine people you’ll ever meet. What’s most amazing about Karen is her complete trust in her guide dog, Comet. Comet leads her everywhere she needs to go, and allows Karen… Read more

Photo by heimet13. So your career just isn’t living up to its hype. Maybe it’s the workplace or maybe it’s you, but something has to change. This is common. I’ve gone through this problem quite a few times. When I graduated from college I was raring to go. My first job was in the valve… Read more

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