This is an absolutely fascinating read inside the head of a recovering alcoholic. If you’ve ever known anyone (haven’t we all) who had an alcohol problem (or even a drug problem) and wanted to understand what prompted them to reckless and usually irresponsible actions, this author did just that in her memoir. But it’s not just about what goes on inside the head of a person who makes a conscious choice to drink or not to drink, this book is so much more. Continue reading
If I were forced to compile a list of "top ten books I have read that help a person understand the world" this book would certainly be on it. I have to admit this book review was a long time coming. I first read this book in 2017, and I have procrastinated on writing a book review since then, mostly due to wanting to do justice to such an important compilation of insights.
Book review: Buyology: Truth and Lies About Why We Buy by Martin Lindstrom. This isn’t a book about marketing; well, it is, but it’s not your typical marketing book. It’s actually a very well written synopsis of what some new psychological research studies are telling us about our buying habits. I stumbled upon this book while searching for books on marketing. I own a business, Continue reading