#1 - The Shining by Stephen King - CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE The Shining is one of the most terrifying books of all-time. I'm in the minority of people who think the movie was a huge let down from the Stephen King classic, but it left out some critical scenes that kept me up at... Continue Reading →
#1 - The E-Myth by Michael Gerber Click Here to Preview If you're interested in becoming an entrepreneur, then Michael Gerber's book The E-Myth is the number one place to start. The #1 topic of the book is The book talks about a lot of points that have helped me personally with Books & Brews... Continue Reading →
Test your knowledge of mythology. Then see if you know more about the movies of the Greatest Generation, Boomers, and Gen X than your mom does.
What's up, everyone! Check out some of the awesome stuff I'm reading this month: For Business - The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber I like to reread the E-Myth once a year because it's full of life-changing perspective on how I operate both... Continue Reading →
I want to use this space to talk about poetry, literature, art, and everything else that I love. You will soon discover there is quite a bit of overlap in these areas. 😀 Every once in awhile, a fairly "heavy" subject may come up, but I want to provide a safe, dignified, compassionate, and humorous... Continue Reading →
There is nothing universal about wolves that want picnic baskets OR who dress as grannies. And suggesting that a hunter should gut one to release a granny and granddaughter live and whole is… …well, that’s nuts.
If you haven't read any of Neil Hilborn's work, change that right now. Don't read the rest of this post before you've digested his beautiful, passionate reading of his poem, "OCD": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnKZ4pdSU-s As evidenced above, Neil is a very passionate writer. You can visually see his words course through his veins. He is one of... Continue Reading →
There are so many words that you can say about Stan Lee, but honestly, yesterday morning, I could hardly even think. I sat there staring at my screen with a blank face and all I could think about was, "I need to write something about this." Scrolling through my newsfeed, the news was (and still... Continue Reading →