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Good insights on how to incentivize yourself to develop good habits and give up on toxic ones. A blend of psychology, science and common sense presented in a way that sticks.
A classic introduction to zazen and Zen meditation.
An open mind is required to read this as many of the philosophy's tenets can be counter-intuitive at first glance.
Overall I found this to be a great window into a radically different way of life
Poetic and spiritual, this book is about your journey on this earth
Eye opening book about the physiological effects of EMF (electro magnetic fields) active all around us. If you constantly find yourself having headaches, being tired or having other weird physical symptoms after using your devices or working next to your router for too long, you might want to read this.
...Or not. This kind of knowledge cannot be unlearned.
An old (1900s era) but relevant diary of a legendary stock trader. Most of the advice still holds true today
Ray Dalio lays out his principles for life and work. Very down to earth and rational. Useful and applicable in your own life.
A mind bending ride from the origin of the universe to the physics of time (no physics Phd required). A fresh dose of perspective
Michael Lewis exposes the state of the financial markets in the age of nanosecond computerized trading and reveals bad practices happening daily in the markets. Enlightening
A personal finance classic. Give this book to any young person you know!
Jack Schwager interviews the best traders in the financial markets. Full of (actionable) insight
Life changing book. This book eloquently articulates and expresses ideas and concepts I feel I've always lived by but had never consciously realized: through her clear cut and rational storytelling, Ayn Rand shifted it all into my conscious mind.
Very capitalistic, very individualistic, very powerful and no doubt very polarizing. Whether you love it or hate it, this book will stay with you.
Wisdom for life, this book contains short essays on the "essentials" of life. I wish I'd read this when I was younger