blog – May 3, 2021

Wisdom From The Heart of Iraq: 'The Richest Man In Babylon'

Dream 10X Blog Ancient Mesopotamia gave rise to one of the earliest and richest cultures in the world - Babylon. Even then, mankind struggled with how to best play the financial game they were born into with the cards life had dealt them. Today, the game continues. The book, 'The Richest Man In Babylon', provides a very simple, yet deceptively complex, game plan for winning the financial game of life. Shall we play (and win) a game? Read More ›

blog – March 28, 2021

'Flash Boys': Swimming In The Dark Pools With The Sharks

Dream 10X Blog The Dow and NASDAQ are at all time highs. How do all of these stock market exchanges actually work, though? After reading this book I think I have a better idea, and what an interesting high-tech place the stock exchanges are... Read More ›

blog – March 16, 2021

Personal Voyages Into Leadership

Dream 10X Blog 'The animals of complacency and lethargy may be devouring me. I must therefore demonstrate that 'Rhino Spirit' and keep charging!' This was kind of my vision statement (or motivational phrase) for a while. I built this leadership statement by paraphrasing some concepts presented by a motivational speaker I once heard in college. In this podcast episode, Dr. Caple provides a tiny (albeit somewhat sleepy) coaching session on how to create a Personal Leadership Statement that will help you change the world. Read More ›

blog – March 02, 2021

Cradle To Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things

Dream 10X Blog If you think the World has no hope due to over-population and environmental destruction, take some hope in meditating upon the ants. Harvard Profesor E.O. Wilson, and German biologist Bert Hoelldobler, in their 1994 book 'Journey To The Ants', calculate that there is as much (if not more) biomass in ants as there is in humans on planet earth. That means, if you put all the ants in a pile next to all the humans, the ants would weigh more! Read More ›

blog – February 16, 2021

An Interview With Author David Moore Robinson

Dream 10X Blog It has always seemed rather obvious to me that physical activity is really important in maintaining physical health. It has not always been so obvious to me the relationship between diet and health. In fact, the first half of my life I was pretty much on a see-food diet - whatever I saw, I ate. It took a pretty significant catalyst in my life to make me start thinking more critically about the things I ate. David Robinson's book, 'My Unremarkable Brain,' helps to further exemplify the importance of diet as not only sustenance, but also medecine. Read More ›