I wrote a book called Your Effortless Business because I saw, and still see, too many small business owners struggling. I think we’ve been sold a bill of goods around what it means to own/run/manage a small business. My intention is to write a manifesto-like book along the lines of this. Here is a resource […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Create Your Masterpiece
100 Places to go before they Disappear. This is a book about all the wonderful places being affected by climate change through rising sea levels, retreating ice, changing growing seasons, and loss of groundwater. Creating a Forest Garden: working with nature to grow edible crops by Martin Crawford. I saw a movie about Permaculture at […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Reading List January 2012
How many times do you hear (or do you say) “I just can’t get ahead?” How can you set yourself up for winning if that is the loop playing in your mind? How can you believe in yourself enough to put in place the kind of changes that will bring you prosperity if all you […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Midas Touch: why some entrepreneurs get rich and why most don’t by Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki I read a lot of business books and most are full of great information. In this book, the authors have presented information from the trenches in a way that is practical and useable. They talked about business concepts […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The Midas Touch
Witches’ Bane: a China Bayles mystery by Susan Wittig Albert. I had picked up her book, ‘An Extraordinary Year of Ordinary Days’, her journal of thoughts, reading and writings during the tumultuous 2008. I didn’t actually get to it before it was due back, but I decided to try out her novels. It’s a quick, […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on October Reading
It’s hard to believe that it is May. April went by in a whirl of taxes and garden prep. (http://crystalclarion.wordpress.com/ my Good Life blog) That Summer in Paris: memories of tangled friendships with Hemingway, Fitzgerald and some others by Morley Callaghan. Makes you wonder where the new Paris is and who the new intelligentsia are. […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Coastliners: a novel by Joanne Harris. Another of the Gretchin Rubin happy novels. This one at least has a happy ending. The Sentamentalists: a novel by Johanna Skibsrud. Published here in Kentville at Gaspereau Press and winner of the Giller Prize. I didn’t get all of it, but I still enjoyed it. How to Be […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on March Reading