If you thought you’ve read this book before, you thought correctly. Much of the material in Yes! seems to be drawn from Robert Cialdini’s book, Influence.
I read The Man in the High Castle eons ago but wanted to re-read it to jog my memory after watching Season 1 of the Amazon Original series that was adapted from this book.
A good guide for self-learners, this book contains techniques for speed reading and note taking as well as useful tips on how to build your confidence so that you can become a more agile learner.
What makes the Fat Man dilemma so fascinating is that you can come up with an endless permutations of scenarios for various philosophical discussions.
A large portion of what was written (and how it was written) by Michael Gerber in The E-Myth Revisited reminded me of Robert Kiyosaki, and not in a good way. As with Kiyosaki’s fictitious “rich dad”, Gerber makes up characters in the book who lay massive compliments on his ideas. In return, he also compliments… Read More »
No Time Like the Past features a stellar cast – James Kirk, Seven of Nine, Kathryn Janeway (however briefly). Some may find it sacrilegious to mix a character of a spin-off series with the crew of the original series, but what is there not to like about this crossover tale?