- Learn why a postage stamp is worth much more than 44 cents, and what time of day wisdom flourishes.
- Find out the wisest decision anyone can make, and the value of eating lunch alone.
- Rethink the advantages of technology, and learn how to safeguard yourself against any shadow of deathbed regret.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
The Little Red Book of Wisdom By Mark DeMoss
The Little Red Book of Wisdom takes the reader on a journey so often sidestepped in favor of the newer, quicker, easier. If you're seeking simplicity in a complicated world, Mark DeMoss's insights will illuminate your path to a wiser and more deliberate way of living. By illuminating the notions of integrity, humility, and self-restraint, DeMoss demonstrates what is possible when we value listening and thinking over talking and doing.
Step out of the incessant business of your daily life, and spend a few moments learning timeless and foolproof truths that you can apply right away. Wisdom is not just for past generations; it calls to us today. We need only respond.
Review by Rose Thornton:
The Little Red Book of Wisdom, by Mark DeMoss, is basically a values-based “how-to” book for good practical living and success. It combines common sense and good judgment with recommendations on how to apply it to all areas of one’s personal life, including family, business, and social circles. Key components involve techniques for managing time and focus, and helpful suggestions such as “under promise, over deliver” for guarding integrity and gaining respect. I found this book to be insightful thought-provoking. It’s full of guidance that the reader can use to affect his own life directly, or to reaffirm his principles and resolutions. The wise will appreciate DeMoss’ sensible advice and his discerning method of providing it.
Thanks for visiting, Rose, Julie & Rochelle
Length: 208 Pages
Digital: $10.99 Kindle