Book Notes

The Ride of a Lifetime: Lessons Learned From 15 Years as CEO of the Walt Disney Company by Robert Iger | Book Notes

At all costs, you must be willing to innovate the way you do business and what your company delivers; "Innovate or Die" mentality.

The Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit (And When to Stick) by Seth Godin | Book Notes

Winners never quit is an incorrect statement; they do quit, they just know what to quit and when.

The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek | Book Notes

The adaptation of an infinite mindset will result in more innovative products and higher performing teams and will see their competitors not to be beaten, but to learn from them.

The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcom Gladwell | Book Notes

Tipping Points can be caused by the right people, with the right information, in the right context; all we have to do is find those variables.

Outliers by Malcom Gladwell | Book Notes

How hard you work and chase opportunities most others don't chase.

Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World by David Epstein | Book Notes

Being able to think and solve problems in a general sense allows for innovative breakthroughs and discoveries in a niche field.

Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World by Cal Newport | Book Notes

This book is a must read for any knowledge worker. Newport gives practical strategies to rid the noise and distraction from your life without having to move to an island in the Pacific. This book is on my re-read list every few years.

Show Your Work by Austen Kleon | Book Notes

A short read, but interesting nonetheless. This book doesn't have a ton of practical insights, but gives some motivation to show what you're doing in public. An interesting argument and helpful for someone like me who is so young and feel like I haven't "accomplished" anything yet.

The Infinite Game

The adaptation of an infinite mindset will result in more innovative products and higher performing teams and will see their competitors not to be beaten, but to learn from them.