Monthly Archives: April 2022

The Eye Test – A Case for Human Creativity in the Age of Analytics, by Chris Jones

Why this book: Recommended by my friend Jay and by other members of a discussion group we’re in together.  I wasn’t going to read this book, until to a person, the others in our group raved about it and said … Continue reading

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Virtues of War – a Novel of Alexander the Great, by Steven Pressfield

Why this book: Selected by my Navy SEAL reading group, and Steven Pressfield agreed to join us for the discussion.   Summary in 4 sentences:  This is Pressfield’s life of Alexander novelized,  told in the first-person from Alexander’s perspective, as if … Continue reading

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