No time to read? Tired of hearing all your friends talk about that one book you know you should read? Each episode we unpack one book and bring you the best ideas - the bottom line - of the book in about an hour.
Ep 05: Getting Things Done
In this episode we unpack David Allen's classic work on stress-free productivity, "Getting Things Done." This book is full of incredible ideas for getting your stuff out of your head and into a system so you can free up your mind to totally focus on whatever task if in front of you. If you can do that, you can get more done, in less time, with more joy and delight.
Ep 04: Feeding The Mouth That Bites You.
In this episode we tackle a book on parenting teens. It's all about strategy ("Planned Emancipation") and has many not-so-surprising applications to other areas of life (like the business world) as well. If you're unsure if this book if for you or not, listening to the shocking, explosive, opening story before you decide.
Episode 03: Be Obsessed or Be Average
In this episode we unpack the book Be Obsessed or Be Average, a book that challenges people to pursue life with passion, and one that we had some mixed feelings about.
Episode 02: Extreme Ownership
In this episode we break down the main ideas from the book "Extreme Ownership" by retired Navy Seals Jocko Willink and Leif Babin.
In this short episode we give a high level overview of what The Bottom Line Books Podcast is about.
Episode 01: Atomic Habits
In this episode we unpack the book Atomic Habits by James Clear. This book review and summary talks about how small changes in your daily habits can lead to big results over time.
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Deep dives into leading books
John is a deep thinker who pulls out deep truths from leading business and mindset books. What emerges is as hot as lava and hardens like igneous rock. More listenable to other podcasts reviewing and recommending books. If you enjoy “Read to Lead”, you’ll enjoy this as well. It’s a different, but needed, take.