Book Review: “The Cartoon Guide to Economics”

Much like Newton’s groundbreaking laws of gravity, two laws have been developed to explain economists   The First Law of Economists: For every economist, there exists an equal and opposite economist.   The Second Law of Economists: They're both wrong.   But seriously, the branch of science concerned with the movement and valuation of goods, … Continue reading Book Review: “The Cartoon Guide to Economics”

A philosophy for reading self-improvement books

Word of caution: I’ve been reading way too many philosophy books recently, so this post might become a bit philosophically involved. If anything here confuses you or piques your interest, I’d recommend checking out the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy to learn more 🙂 After reading my latest series of blog posts, you might be thinking  … Continue reading A philosophy for reading self-improvement books

Future Post Roadmap and Book Review (Kind of): Bulbapedia

You didn’t see this coming. You expected me to write about some “educationally valuable" book, didn’t you? Believe it or not, I do read more than business leadership and nonfiction books. Now, could I have read at least three other potentially life changing books in the time it took me to read thousands of Bulbapedia … Continue reading Future Post Roadmap and Book Review (Kind of): Bulbapedia

Return Post and Book Review: “Building Your StoryBrand”

Hey everyone! After a few months of radio silence on my part, you might be asking yourself  “Wait, does Arush still exist?”   Let me assure you that I am not some apparition fabricated by the depths of your psyche but rather am a stressed and busy junior in high school. Between AP courses, UMTYMP, … Continue reading Return Post and Book Review: “Building Your StoryBrand”