Book Club: The Power of Broke by Daymond John with Daniel Paisner

This book was on my must read list for awhile. The Power of Broke is about mindset. Daymond describes it as “substance over flash, creativity over certainty, and taking a chance over playing it safe.” He says that no matter how much money you have, that it will never be enough to buy the passion, ingenuity, and determination it takes to have success in business. We can look at life and see that not always the most rich person is the most successful in every aspect of their life. The Power of Broke states that there is an education you can get from a school and read about and then there is an education you can get from experience. Daymond shows that you have to not be afraid to fail . You will learn your most important lessons when you pockets are empty.  I highly recommend this book to anyone who has thought of starting their own business. This book will encourage you and inspire you to get started.

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My Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥

 

I received this book for my honest review in no way has my opinion been influenced by outside sources.

Book Club: The Power of Broke by Daymond John with Daniel Paisner

Book Club: Foundations of Drawing by Al Gury

 

Great book for beginner and new artist to learn the basics of creating art. The author tries to introduce the reader to different ways to create art by using different mediums. The book does go into detail on the technical aspect of drawing for the reader. The author explaining different techniques and proving tips to help the reader create their own masterpiece. However, the book doesn’t provide a lot of step by step illustrations or tips for the reader to follow it more of a suggestion book to get you started on your path in the world of art by showing different tips, mediums and skills that other artists use. I would recommend this book for someone who has some drawing experience but wants to learn more.

 

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My Rating: ♥♥♥

I received this book from the publishers for my honest opinion in no way has my opinion been influenced by outside sources

Book Club: Foundations of Drawing by Al Gury

Book Club: We the People by Juan Williams

 

As suggestion in the title. We are people the author Juan Williams introduces the reader on the life and work of a new generation of American Founders, who honor the original Founders’ vision, even as they have quietly led revolutions in American politics, immigration, economics, sexual behavior, and reshaped the landscape of the nation. The idea of freedom and what America stands for is always changing and each generation shapes that change. As a political Science major, I enjoy how Williams shows hard and long journey that America has took to get to the point it is today. The hope that the next generation will take us forward to achieve better and greater things. Highly recommend for anyone who wants to leaner how laws and government have changed in the world over the last few centuries.

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My Rating: ♥♥♥

I received this book from the publishers for my honest opinion in no way has my opinion been influenced by outside sources

Book Club: We the People by Juan Williams

Honest Beauty Review

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I have to say I am not a big fan of subscription services. I used to be but I found them to waste time and money. A lot of them offer the same products as every other subscription box. Some of the products you can buy yourself at any beauty retailer. Honest Beauty has to be my favorite beauty box so far.  I trying to get in the habit of looking for my organic and natural products and Jessica Alba line fit that mold. Honest beauty has a variety of beauty finds that work for every skin tone unlike other boxes where one box is supposed to fit all.

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