Big Ideas in Books

Big Ideas in Books: essentialism by Greg McKeown

Big Ideas in Books: essentialism by Greg McKeown

I can tell you that many New York Times bestsellers are not best sellers. At least, I doubt that they have sold the requisite number of copies. Maybe so. Maybe I am being petulant about it. I can just share that I’ve read some NY Times bestsellers that were pretty unimpressive.

On to Big Ideas in Books where we will discuss essentialism by Greg McKeowan. The title is not a typo, he spells it with a lower case ‘e’. Shades of e.e. cummings? Perhaps. I am not privy to the reason behind the spelling.

Big Ideas In Books | Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott

Big Ideas In Books | Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott

For the writer who wants to write better, this book is a book you’ll want at your elbow, right there with your Strunk & White.

For the business folk out there, who come to these book reviews to learn more about how to be in small business successfully, you’ll learn how to accept life in all of its facets, enduring the muted grays and greens right along with the vibrancy of loud yellows and reds.

Big Ideas In Books: A Book Review Series #3 Inventing Joy by Joy Mangano

Big Ideas In Books: A Book Review Series  #3 Inventing Joy by Joy Mangano

This Big Ideas in Books review for this week focuses on being ‘defiant’ because that’s what Joy Mangano of Miracle Mop fame tells us to do. Be Defiant!

You’ve heard me say, more times than I can count. on my blogs or in more interviews than I can count, that being wayward and determined is a POSITIVE way to be, but I never told you to be defiant.