Listen: Black Duck Eggs – The People Paid to Break Into Huge Companies

Better that an entire series of Homeland, I couldn’t stop listening to this episode from Dark Net Diaries, entitled ‘Black Duck Eggs’. In fact, if you like nothing more than stories or podcasts about hackers, breaches, shadow government activity, hacktivism, cybercrime, and all the things that dwell on the hidden parts of the network, then […]

Book Review: Who Moved my Cheese by Dr Spencer Johnson

Book Review Who Moved My Cheese

Why read this book? If ever there was a time to consider your relationship with change, it would be now. A slightly clumsy set up doesn’t detract from the very powerful parable at the centre of this short book. If you embrace the story, you’ll take the opportunity to explore any fears you might have […]

Book Review: The Inside Out Revolution by Michael Neill

Access your natural wisdom

Summary: tap into your deeper intelligence to access your natural wisdom. Easy to read, hard to master advice that could be life changing 9/10. At 120 pages with writing that is simple, clear and repetitive, this is not a demanding read. In fact, the fundamental idea is also very simple and easy to grasp. The […]

Book Review: The Go Giver by Bob Burg and John Mann

Go Givers will beat the self-obsessed Go Getters in the long run

Summary: A parable which reminds you that being genuine and engaged can lead to huge rewards. 7/10 Some business books a weighty tomes that promote a single, often self-evident, truth across hundreds of pages. This really engaging little book takes a huge idea and delivers the whole thing in under 100 (small) pages. A Go-Giver […]