No drama discipline
A another parenting book, I’ve read 3 of those in 2017 alone it’s from the same author of the Whole brain child.
Learning to help your child to use their upstairs brain when they are overwhelm in their downstairs brain (emotion). Connect with your child first before trying to do discipline.
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Da Vinci Code (FR)
I didn’t remember who was the villain, but I did remember the ending and what it was about.
Recession Proof Graduate
Recession proof graduate was a gift from the Play for a living from Kickstarter.
Recent graduates, who have been repeatedly told by elders that long studies entitled them to a good job, are surprised when they realize blindly posting resumes online and hoping a company will hire them does not produce the desired result.
In this book, Charlie describes another way you need to do to land your dream job. And it’s not the advice you will get from your parents, profs, or counsellors.
Charlie mentions that you have to be willing to do free work for people you admire. Because with free work comes low expectations and allow you to get your foot in the door. The book goes into more detail, but with this method, you start building a portfolio, contacts and a reputation.
Even that I’m not a new grad, a lot of principle and strategies he explains in is book can be applied to anyone who wants to have a career or help there business.
Love yourself (59 pages)
Very short self-help book (59 pages) that go to the point. Well the title go to the point, it’s a book about loving yourself and that if you want to help other and be loved by others you should seek your inner love before seeking validation from others. The fact that it’s short make it a great re-read when you’re feeling down or just need a pep-talk.