Book Review: Upstream (Dan Heath, 2020)

"The question is not: Who suffers most from the problem? The question is: Who's best positioned to fix it, and will they step up?" If you've ever uttered the phrase, "That's not my job!", then this is not the book for you. Stop reading this review now and find another book to read while there's … Continue reading Book Review: Upstream (Dan Heath, 2020)

Book Review: Labyrinth of Ice (Buddy Levy, 2019)

I first found out about this book because football coach Mike Leach promoted it on Twitter. When I saw his comments, I became intrigued. There is a lot to like about this book. It's historic. It's compelling. It's non-fiction, but with the feel of a Jack London classic. But more than anything else, it's also … Continue reading Book Review: Labyrinth of Ice (Buddy Levy, 2019)

Book Review: The Secret Lives of Introverts (Jenn Granneman, 2017)

Required reading for anyone who has ever said or heard the words, "Why are you so quiet?" This book is not meant to describe all introverts everywhere. Even within the purview of what it means to be an introvert, there are different levels of introversion, with some more outgoing than others. For me, most of … Continue reading Book Review: The Secret Lives of Introverts (Jenn Granneman, 2017)