Thirteen Reasons Why Not

Statistically speaking at least 80% of people surveyed have thought about suicide in any way, shape or form. It doesn't mean they wanted to kill themselves and had the resolve to try, it just implies that during the most desperate times of our lives many of us have thought of how it would feel like... Continue Reading →

Thirteen Reasons Why (Netflix)

After reading and reviewing the book by Jay Asher, I thought the filmed for TV adaptation was going to be a tough act to perform. My doubt level was high and it had nothing to do with the fact that Selena Gomez was a producer; the story is about a teenager's successful suicide attempt and... Continue Reading →

Contagious: Why Things Catch On

Jonah Berger uses his Wharton education experiences and professional study findings to explain why certain ideas stick and others flop. Although Gladwell and Kahneman have broached the subject in other books I have reviewed, no one has really dissected the art of transmitting information and making certain topics trend faster than others. Yes, marketing is... Continue Reading →

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