Thinking Thursday: An Introduction
I felt this would be a better way to serve you, my readers. Instead of solely a book review, I’ll put down the things I’ve learned, the books I’m currently reading, any documentaries I think might be worth your while, and anything else I can think of. I’ll also give an overview of the courses I have completed so you can check them out or at least make a mental note of them, should you ever become interested in learning these things too!
The Shariyat Ki Sugmad, Paul Twitchell
The Transformer, Kris Gethin
Turn your passion into a thriving business, Gundi Gabrielle
Andersonville: A story of rebel military prisons, John McElroy
The Orion Plague, David Vandyke
Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe
The Science of Getting Rich, Wallace D. Wattles
The Spiritual Exercises of ECK, Harold Klemp
Public Policy, Hillsdale College
How to write a nonfiction book fast without writer’s block, Udemy
Learning how to Learn, Coursera
The class I recently completed was the Science of Well-being, offered by Yale University on Coursera. All of the Coursera courses are free unless you want a certificate. If you pursue a certificate, it will typically run you about 45.00 and you’ll have to complete some written assignments and do some peer review work. I really don’t want or need a certificate, so I bypass all of this to gather the knowledge. One really cool thing about these courses is all of the references links, Ted Talks, and books they recommend. This is priceless! Anyways, the course shows you how most people pursue the wrong things to find happiness. It then begins providing you with the things that truly give us happiness, peace, and contentment. The course wraps up by providing you with all of the strategies, supported by the research, that will garner wellness in your life. This course has some really surprising information. I won’t spoil this for anyone. If you want to take the course I highly recommend it. Here’s the link to find it: https://www.coursera.org/learn/the-science-of-well-being/home/welcome
The Civil War, Ken Burns (Netflix currently)
The West, Ken Burns (Netflix currently)
Hell on Wheels (Currently on Netflix)
The Hollow (Currently on Netflix)
Goliath (Currently on Amazon Prime)
Workout Routines and Other Weightlifting Knowledge:
Kaged Muscle is run by CEO Kris Gethin. This website provides workout routines, supplements you’ll need, nutrition advice and a whole lot more. I am currently working through the 8-week hardcore trainer.
For access to every supplement on the market, access to the top trainers in the world, and also gain access to their training routines, this is the one-stop, shop for anything related to fitness.
Well, that’s it for this week folks! I hope some of this information has been helpful to you.
Until next time…