I just finished reading Julie Clow’s new book ‘The Work Revolution.’ Like the title implies, it has a range of ideas that can revolutionize the way an organization treats its employees and how employees look at work.
I recently had the pleasure of sitting down to read Hill Harper’s new book, “The Wealth Cure.” The wealth cure takes an interesting look at personal finance compared to many of its counterparts.
This week, I read two books from the “Skinny On” series by Jim Randel. “The Skinny On Credit Cards” and “The Skinny On Networking” were quick, enjoyable books with an interesting twist compared to the average finance and how-to books you will read today.
I just finished reading The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Richby Tim Ferriss. The book was fun and easy to read. Not only was it fun, it was a bit inspirational. I know I am behind the curve in this book, which made waves when it came out in 2007, but its words are just as relevant as they were in 2007.
Ramit Sethi is a fun and interesting character. I had the chance to meet him a few months back on his book tour and just got around to finishing the book. Ramit genuinely cares about helping his readers be as lazy and financially stable as possible. If you think that is an oxymoron, you should probably […]
I just finished reading the new book by the bloggers over at Wise Bread. Their book, 10,001 Way to Live Large on a Small Budget, gives many thousands (ten actually) of tips on living frugal and personal finance.
I read Automatic Millionaire a while back, but I think it is worthy of discussion here on Narrow Bridge. It was actually a part of what insipred me to start blogging about personal finance.
I just finished reading Rich Like Them, a book dedicated to searching for the answers of how people get rich. Specifically, the book chronicles the author’s journey across America’s 100 richest zip codes.