I started reading Jim Rogers’s Adventure Capitalist the night I got the book. Absolutely awesome read. Even better is that he kept an online journal of his experiences at http://www.JimRogers.com. I haven’t gotten much of a chance to read through the site, but you can be sure I’ll be dropping by on a regular basis, at least while reading the book. (Iâ€™ll probably also end up purchasing his other book, Investment Bker.) If you’re interested in his book or his travels (he’s the guy that drove around the world in a funky looking bright yellow custom-built Mercedes), check out the site. The book seems to be a more “complete” account of his travels, but the journal entries, pictures, and video are a great addition to the book-reading experience.
I may be a bit quiet for the next few days (not too likely, but we’ll see). I still have some stuff in the backend I need to edit before I feel it right to be released and am also caught up reading Your Best Life Now by Joel Osteen, so I may not have much time to blog. Joel Osteen, by the way, is the pastor at a large church in Huston. Frankly, from what I’ve seen, the guy’s a great motivational speaker, but I haven’t seen him go much into actual Bible study. In fact, it almost seems like his stuff is very “blab it, grab it” based. I may well be wrong, though; I haven’t been exposed to too much of his preaching, but that’s what I got from the first impressions.