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Book Review: It doesn’t have to be crazy at work – Jason Fried and David Hansson

This is a short book about efficiency and calm in the workplace. I read it six months or so ago and some of the concepts are really useful if you are used to working in high pressure environments. Chapter Breakdown Curb your ambition – don’t try to change the world Defend your time – don’t allow others to distract you all day and prevent any work getting done Feed your...

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Book: Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance

This is a modern classic. To be honest I only found out it was written 40 odd years ago when I got to the end. It is a brilliantly written piece by Robert Pirsig that tells the story of a father and son on a journey across America. The story is a front for a deeper underlying discussion of philosophy. This is in no way an easy read. It has...

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Book Review: How To Get Rich – Felix Dennis

This book was recommended on someones most life changing books list. Despite the guru title it’s actually quite a bit different to the standard Tony Robbins spin-offs. The writer Felix Dennis isn’t selling anything, there’s no upsells or hidden agenda. He’s an older guy that made a lot of money in magazine publishing and floated a large electronics mail order company in the US. His net worth is quoted in...

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Ben Horowitz Hard things about hard things

Andreeson Horowitz is Silicon Valleys leading venture capital firm. Their portfolio itself is worth a flick through at: Portfolio It’s incredible how many of the tech startup success stories they have been involved in. Ben Horowitz is one of the cofounders and in his book the Hard things about hard things he talks about his time before he started the VC firm. He was CEO of Soundcloud/Opsware and describes himself...

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Book Review: Delivering Happiness – Tony Hsieh

To get through this you are going to need to read a hundred or so pages of why Zappos is such an amazing company how how they are changing the world. That said Tony does make some interesting points throughout the book. His story of how he got started in the tech industry first with Linkshare and then with Zappos is quite an interesting read. Profits > Passion > Purpose...

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Book Review Finch Premium Posts 2016

It’s really hard to find any kind of information from experienced performance marketers. You generally have to wade through all the gurus who have no real idea or sign up to a paid forum full of newbies. Finch is an English guy I believe who now lives in Thailand, has been doing affiliate marketing for ever and now runs a smallish team. The guy obviously knows his stuff and there...