Category Archives: Business

How To Fail At Almost Everything And Still Win Big by Scott Adams

How To Fail At Almost Everything And Still Win Big: Kind Of The Story Of My Life Adams has written a book that is partially an autobiography and part advice book. It covers much of the same ground that his … Continue reading

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Football For Dummies by Howie Long

I’ve been watching football for over 40 years and I still don’t know all the ins and out of the game. I picked up this book to help fill some of those holes. Howie Long has done a good job … Continue reading

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The Education Of A Coach by David Halberstam

The Education Of A Coach tells the story of my favorite NFL Coach, Bill Belichick. The book also explains how the New England ‘Patriots‘ manage to win so many championships, when the entire NFL is design to break up dynasties. … Continue reading

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Homeward Bound by Peter Ames Carlin

Homeward Bound: The Life of Paul Simon is well researched, and there are hundreds if not thousands of interviews and album reviews to pick from, so Carlin was able to paint a pretty complete portrait of Paul Simon. The book … Continue reading

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And The Good News Is by Dana Perino

And The Good News Is: Lessons and Advice from the Bright Side This is a short book.. way too short. And it’s too long. Perino has tried to write three different books. The first third is a biography. Perino had … Continue reading

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Bison Football by Ed Kolpack

Bison Football: Three Decades of Excellence After reading “Horns Up” by Jeff Kolpack, I really wanted to read “Bison Football” by his father Ed Kolpack. This summer I was looking at my parents’ NDSU Yearbooks. The ‘Bison’ football team during … Continue reading

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A Random Walk Down Wall Street by Burton G. Malkiel

A classic work explaining everything you ever wanted to know about investing, A Random Walk Down Wall Street has been touted in so many investing books I’ve read, I thought I definitely should take the time to read it. There … Continue reading

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