Week 5: Power Vs Force
The author focuses on how to understand the decisions humans make to help readers better navigate the world. In the book he look at and explains human consciousness, free will within the matrix of our reality and the forces outside of human control. Anyone looking to be humbled, fascinated by the human mind will be fascinated by the truths within this book.
She Wins, You Win: Week 4
It isn't enough for women to understand and learn men's rules-they must create their own. And the path to success begins with this single most important rule: Every time a woman succeeds in business, every other woman's chance of succeeding in business increases. And this is also true for life! From this book I learned the importance of being a team player-and how to set up your own winning team. Also how tap into the resources already at your disposal.
Savage Inequalities, Week 3
Savage Inequalities: Children in America's Schools is a book written by Jonathan Kozol in 1991 that discusses the disparities in education between schools of different classes and races. I believe its a great read about some of the long standing issues in education and helps to see some of the boarder issues facing childhood trauma survivors.
Four Agreements, Week 2
For week two I shared with you a book that was a big Ah Ha moment for me as a Middle Schooler. Yes, Middle School, I was a little weird. Mostly because I was always looking for a way out and up out of the situation my life was in.
The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom, by Don Miguel Ruiz, is a wonderful book for stress management and personal growth. It's written in simple language but deals with complex themes that can help you bring sweeping changes to your life.
You Are Not Alone:Welcome
Victoria Wejko is Mrs. Cayuga County