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  • Storyworthy Matthew Dicks

    Storyworthy: everyone is/should be a storyteller

    A great book for all the aspiring storytellers out there. And with that I mean: all of you.  The author himself is an authority and has won several Moth awards (apparently epic storytelling awards) and gives you tips and tricks on how to tell compelling stories and make them stick. Whether you’re with a company that tells stories (Nike?) or you…

  • Moonwalking with Einstein

    Moonwalking and memorizing names instead of the snack corner

    Am I the only one who introduces herself to 20 people at an event and afterwards will recall only one thing: the location of the snacks?  ThΓ‘t plus not being able to recall faces is bad. It’s really bad. Edgar still makes fun of the fact I have introduced myself 3 times to the same friend of his over…

  • How to stop worrying and start living Dale Carnegie

    How to stop worrying and start living – Dale Carnegie

    The cover looks like this book is written in 1948, and it actually is.. However, its content is surprisingly accurate for us FOMO/JOMO/Quarterlife Millenials. It’s the same writer from “How To Win Friends and Influence People” and a nice listen when you’re on your commute to work. I haven’t even finished the book yet, but I’m already a fan. Even if…

  • The 5 AM club carlallanosillustrations

    The 5 AM Club by Robin Sharma

    Don’t read the 5 AM club – Just Do It Yourself.