Atomic Habits; Dare to Lead; Outliers – Here is the September, 2023 list of best-selling business books from the New York Times

The New York Times has published its list of best-selling business books for September, 2023. Yes, Atomic Habits by James Clear is still at the top position, as it has been for a very, very long time now. A couple of observations about this month’s list:  One is that quite a few of these books have Read More

Is the Answer to your question, your challenge, “Read a Book” – Well, maybe; sort of…

(Note:  this is one of those “if the shoe fits” articles). —– Have you ever watched Doc Martin?  The beloved fictional British doctor always had the right diagnosis at the critical moments. He knew because he had been trained; he knew because he continued to study; he knew because he stayed current by reading. Throughout Read More

The Coming Wave: Technology, Power, and the Twenty-first Century’s Greatest Dilemma by Mustafa Suleyman & Michael Bhaskar; Right Kind of Wrong: The Science of Failing Well by Amy Edmondson – Book Lovers & Lifelong Learners, Join us for two good books: for the October 6 First Friday Book Synopsis

BOOK LOVERS UNITE — BOOK SYNOPSES FOR THE LIFELONG LEARNER IN ALL OF US! Come to learn; AND make some great connections! MAKE 2023 A YEAR OF LEARNING! October 6 – IN OUR 26th Year! Click here to register for the in-person gathering at the wonderful Park City Club in Dallas. Scroll down for Zoom info. What:  the October 6 First Friday Read More

Download the two Synopses Handouts for the Friday, September 1, 2023 First Friday Book Synopsis (over Zoom) — The Fourth Turning is Here by Neil Howe and Elevate your Team by Robert Glazer

{Note:  you can also still register to attend in-person for the September 1 First Friday Book Synopsis, at the wonderful Park City Club, by clicking here}. In our 26th Year! You are invited First Friday Book Synopsis, Friday, September 1, 2023, 7:25 am (Central Time), on Zoom. I hope you can join us! Meeting On Zoom Around 100 people (in our Read More

Precarity; the new word for our era – an insight from The Fourth Training is Here by Neil Howe

Precarious:  characterized by a lack of security or stability that threatens with danger. —– “For them, the middle class was always shrinking and mostly inaccessible. Coming of age, one word they have heard frequently (its use has skyrocketed since 2008) is “precarity.” They cannot recall the presence of strong institutions and have grown up fearing—even expecting—another crisis Read More