People buy books for two main reasons: to be inspired and/or to be informed. Books could be used as tools toward achieving a certain feeling or attaining our goals. But there comes a point when you feel like you already have too many books, and you just don’t have enough time to read all of … Continue reading 7 Instigating Questions To Ask Yourself Before Buying Books
I'm a regular customer of National Bookstore, especially their Superbranch in Cubao beside Gateway. I'm so happy to have found Jeff Davidson's book "The 60 Second Innovator" in their bargain books section. They say don't judge a book by its cover but we, book lovers, almost always ignore that adage when buying books. We often … Continue reading Book Review: Jeff Davidson’s “The 60 Second Innovator”
I read this book last year and wrote these excerpts on my 2012 Starbucks Planner. I’ve been wanting to share this with y’all, but only had a chance now (sadly, I procrastinate too). Funny there were parts of my own handwriting which I hardly understood. Haha! I borrowed the book from a church friend so … Continue reading Good for Women Too: Excerpts from Patrick Morley’s “The Man in the Mirror”
...So far, I have read more than 111 books in my adult life and I resolve to read more because it helps me grow in many ways. Although I still have unfinished books, I somehow learned to overcome these reasons why people stop reading a book: 1. Procrastination 2. Lack of self-discipline 3. Lack of space and time 4. Major life issues...
Several minutes after we turned off the TV and my sister's two kids have fallen asleep, now is my turn to catch up on my reading. I pulled up a book I often get back to whenever I feel like diving deep on someone’s pool of wisdom: “Listening To Your Life-Daily Meditations with Frederick Buechner.” … Continue reading Listening To My Life