This podcast is is for people looking to grow in their personal lives, professional lives, hobbies, and everything in between.
Ever wonder what business, history, personal growth, and entrepreneurship books are worth reading? Are the methods and advice in those books worth doing and following? Do they even work? How do you choose what book to read or what topic to focus on? What improvement guru has the best advice and where do you even start?
Enter Sam Rust and Brad Luse. Book lovers and entrepreneurs, they have been reading books like these for years, always looking to improve productivity in their own lives. After years of conversations centered around these mutual interests, Sam and Brad look forward to sharing their thoughts and insights in podcast form as they provide a balanced perspective to works from the thought leaders of our time. Join Sam and Brad as they tackle books from across the spectrum with the goal of parsing timeless advice from the passing fads of the 21st century. From life-hacking, to political controversy, parenting, to philosophy, they look forward to challenging themselves and their audience!
Sam Rust is the third generation in his family's business, Rust Automation & Controls Inc. an industrial sales representative firm. He has a Bachelors in Business, and has experience in Sales, Business Development, Process Development, as well as experience in the political sphere. Follow him on Twitter @samrust.
Brad Luse works at Tesla Motors. He has a Bachelors in Business, a Certificate in Lean Manufacturing, and has experience in the granite memorial trade, car manufacturing, and owned his own coffee roasting company. Follow him on Twitter @brad_luse and Instagram @brad.luse
Each Review, Improve episode will cover one book. These books will range from topics on lean business ideas, self improvement, historical narratives, morning routines, and everything in between. We will share how the book has impacted our way of thinking, if it has changed something we do, and ways we implemented what we have learned in our day to day lives.
- Brad and Sam