Resources

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Best for: Thinking Fast and Slow is best for those interested in psychology, decision-making, and perception. Also those who appreciate research and are willing to wade through an enjoyable, but relatively long read.  Difficulty to digest: Thinking Fast and Slow is surprisingly digestible given the heavy leaning on research. Most […]

Thinking Fast And Slow By Daniel Kahneman – Book Review


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Best for: The Richest Man In Babylon is for those interested in building wealth and/or getting out of debt. Generally, this is geared toward those close to the beginner level, without a lot of previous finance knowledge. Difficulty to digest: The style of the book is relatively difficult to digest, […]

The Richest Man In Babylon by George S. Clason – ...


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Best for:  Peace is Every Step is best for those looking for a soft, simple introduction to mindfulness and meditation. Also those who want to hear personal stories as arguments for increasing kindness in the world.  Difficulty to digest: This book is extremely easy to digest. Language is simple and […]

Peace Is Every Step by Thich Nhat Hanh – Book ...



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Best for: Communication Miracles is best for those in a committed romantic relationship looking to improve their communication. Could also be useful for those looking for such a relationship in the future, but the practical exercises will be hard to do solo. Difficulty to digest: This book is really easy […]

Communication Miracles for Couples by Jonathan Robinson – Book Review


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Best for: Hill’s Law of Success is best for those who have explored psychology and self-development at length and want a historical look at what best-in-class advice was almost a hundred years ago. Difficulty to digest: This book’s tone is conversational. Some references or word choices will be a bit […]

The Law Of Success By Napoleon Hill – Book Review


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Best for: The Carrot Principle is best for those interested in effective leadership, who also enjoy data and statistics. Difficulty to digest: The core concepts and conclusions are easy to digest, though some understanding of the scientific method is useful for parsing out the data. Especially in the back of […]

The Carrot Principle by Adrian Gostick & Chester Elton – ...