Create Your Own Principles to Get the Work and Life You Want
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Author: Ray Dalio
Publishing Year: 2022
Principles: Life and Work is a business genre book written by author Ray Dalio. Dalio, one of the most successful businessmen in the world, highlights and refers to all the important principles one should follow to achieve success. To lead a succe...


A Brief History of Humankind
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Publishing Year: 2011
Human beings have lived on this planet for a tiny fraction of time, compared to the age of the Earth. And yet, even within this short span of time, we’ve achieved so much. Yuval Noah Harari, in this stimulating book, explores the various forces th...

12 Rules for Life

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’12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos’ is a self-help book written by the Canadian psychologist and professor Jordan B. Peterson. It contains abstract essays from various fields: mythology, psychology, ethical principles, religion, and also per...

Man’s Search For Meaning

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Publishing Year: 1946
Psychiatrist Viktor E. Frankl’s memoir of his days in four Nazi concentration camps during the Holocaust, is a moving, riveting journey that probes the deeper questions of life. What is the meaning of life? Frankl argues that suffering is inevitab...

Homo Deus

A Brief History of Tomorrow
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Publishing Year: 2015
Homo Deus is a book written by the Israeli author Yuval Noah Harari. He is a professor at the Hebrew University, which is located in Jerusalem. This book is a successor to Sapiens, and it explains to us the abilities that mankind currently possess...


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Author: Hermann Hesse
Publishing Year: 1922

The Undercover Economist

Exposing Why the Rich Are Rich, the Poor Are Poor - and Why You Can Never Buy a Decent Used Car
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Author: Tim Harford
Publishing Year: 2005

The Wealth of Nations

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Author: Adam Smith
Publishing Year: 1776

Thinking, Fast and Slow

Intuition or Deliberation? Can you Always Trust Your Brain
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Publishing Year: 2011
Genre: Psychology
This insight aims to make us more aware of the mistakes in our self-perception. It introduces the two different way your brain thinks, their similarities and differences, as well as their limitations. These two systems contradict each other at var...

The Power of Habit

Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business
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Genre: Habits
The Power of Habit, as the name suggests, is a book which talks about habits and human nature. The New York Times reporter Charles Duhigg explains to us why habits exist, and how they can be transformed and changed. During the course of this book,...