A 5-year-old, an unemployed comic artist, Positive Pete, Negative Nancy, and my future self weigh in on Learning to Breath Fire, by J.C. Herz. Does this history of CrossFit make them want to do burpees, or make them want to barf?
What do a 5-year-old, Negative Nancy, Positive Pete, and my future self have to say in their reviews of the Power of Moments, by Chip and Dan Heath?
What a 5-year-old, Positive Pete, Negative Nancy, and my future self have to say about whether Nir Eyal's Hooked Book is worth a look.
Here's what The Power of Habit, by Charles Duhigg says about habits and how to change them. And here's how I plan to use that knowledge to stop swearing.
Anders Ericsson and Robert Pool's book Peak inspired me to train to become something I never thought possible... a fast typer. Will it work?
Like it or not, negotiating is part of life—and even sometimes life or death—so we'd all be wise to study Never Split the Difference, by Chris Voss.
To find the best movies on Canadian Netflix you need to dig below the junk on the first page. Uncover the list of the best, as voted by you!
As Tim Wu's fascinating history of advertising, The Attention Merchants, explains, we are no longer the consumer, we are the consumed. We're all up for bids.
The Talent Code shares the fascinating science behind how talent is created. Anyone can do it, but it's about as easy as bushwhacking through a jungle.
The story of an awards show that highlights the uncanny similarities between the rises of Nike and the company that created the video game Doom.