2019 Book List

Below is a picture of the books I finished in 2019. Notice how I use the word “finish” instead of “read.” That is because I only actually read one, Start by Jon Acuff. The rest were audiobooks. It helps when you get to drive quite a bit for work. 2019 Books History Inspires and Teaches […]

Book Review: The Wright Brothers by David McCullough

The story of the Wright Brothers is fascinating. It’s been a while since I listened to the book, but what stood out to me as the main theme was the constant pursuit to continuously learn. These brothers did not have PhDs. In fact, neither even had a college degree and Orville did not even finish […]

Book Review: Killing England

I have recently read three books from Bill O’Reilly’s “Killing” series: Killing the SS, Killing Patton, and most recently Killing England. The books are well written and offer deep dives into periods of history and the lives of individuals during those times. In Killing England, there are multiple lessons that can be gleaned, but a […]

Book Review – Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win

Though I may enjoy a book, it is easy to quickly forget the primary themes and lessons. As I complete books in the future, I’d like to start putting up short and simple reviews. Then hopefully I can capture my main takeaways while the content is still fresh on my mind. I read Extreme Ownership […]