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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck:
A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life by Mark Manson.
This book will help you think a little bit more clearly in what you’re choosing to find important and what you’re choosing to find unimportant. It’s OK for things to suck sometimes.
The Rosie Project takes you on a first-person ride inside the overly logical mind of a genetics professor. A thought-provoking, humorous, and touching novel. Highly recommended!
Everyone should read this book because, for everything that comes next, Ego Is the Enemy. A really quick read full of anecdotes…
Too personal for me to give an objective review. This book forever changed my view on life, on suffering, on literature, philosophy and trajected me towards seeking truths and quality.
Gripping life story full of takeaways for an engineer, businessman, student. I couldn’t put the book down. My takeaways:
I read mostly self-improvement, business and psychology books. I used to feel frustrated because I would quickly forget everything I learned after finishing a book. It seems some people only remember 2% of each book read. Some people don’t mind, but it really bothered me. I figured the best way to learn was to teach …
How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big by Scott Adams
Linguistically – Start listening and practice pronouncing and conversing in a new language (Mandarin Chinese) Career path – Continue studying for my Project Management designation Reading and Writing – Complete at least 20 book reports. https://www.quora.com/How-will-you-improve-your-life-in-2017
Influence The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert Cialdini Read: 2016, Rating: 10/10. READ THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE. My Keep Notes: Commitment and Consistency Get them to write it down – commitments such as from vp to get more headcount Don’t let people commit public ally if you want to influence Idea: …
Entertaining and practical introduction breaking down the formation of habits and the three-step habit loop. Long and detailed case examples throughout the book. I will definitely re-read the first couple chapters again.