If you’re currently drowning in business “need-to-do’s” or interested in how to get more done quickly and efficiently, Rework is a fantastic audiobook.
An archive of all books I’ve reviewed within the Nonfiction genre, in which I chat about my thoughts on the content, style, structure, and more.
A fascinating lesson on why we don’t achieve well-intended goals and how to go about fixing that, this is useful on both a personal and professional level.
All sarcasm, wittiness, and word play, this book covers everything from Gilmore Girls (obviously) to thoughtful and practical tips on how to navigate life.
Coupled with my issues with the overall structure, this book’s content was neither my style nor provided information I found useful. I cannot recommend it.
If you’ve ever needed a kick in the butt or want to figure out how people seem to get so much done in a day, this is a great time management book.
For anyone who finds Poehler funny, wants to know more about her life, or wants honest, good advice about life’s challenges, this is an excellent audiobook.
For a very entertaining read of honest breakup advice and juicy details on Andi’s experience with the Bachelor franchise, It’s Not Okay was a great book.
The Little Book of Hygge mixes humor and the quirkiness of Denmark with sound advice on achieving everyday happiness. I am utterly obsessed with this book.
One Click provided a decent summary of Bezos’s background and Amazon’s creation, but there were too many significant issues with the book’s tone and format.