Book: The Coaching Habit

Stop offering up advice with a question mark attached. That doesn’t count as asking a question “The Coaching Habit” by Michael Bungay Stanier offers a practical framework for managers aiming to develop a coaching habit rather than jumping to provide solutions. By engaging in meaningful conversations and asking the right questions, managers help their teamContinue reading “Book: The Coaching Habit”

Book: Of Wolves and Men by Barry Lopez

The truth is we know little about the wolf. What we know a good deal more about is what we imagine the wolf to be. This was a very sad book to read. Humanity has dealt the wolves great injustice, blaming them for everything under the sun (and the moon), and then some more. BarryContinue reading “Book: Of Wolves and Men by Barry Lopez”

Book: The End is Always Near by Dan Carlin

I love Dan Carlin’s „Hardcore History” podcast. The stories of mundane concerns during wars, plagues, and other terrible events in human history are somehow deeply informative of the human spirit. I am very grateful that Dan spares the gory details, but he keeps in the weight of the event and pulls lessons from the historyContinue reading “Book: The End is Always Near by Dan Carlin”

Book: Elon Musk – Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future

“ELON MUSK IS A BODY THAT REMAINS VERY MUCH IN MOTION.” Elon Musk needs no introductions. His biography is not only an analysis of his way of thinking but also a treasure trove of exciting Silicon Valley history and current trivia. While investigating the life of Elon, we learn about PayPal, Tesla, Solar City, andContinue reading “Book: Elon Musk – Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future”