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48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene – Book Review Best for: Those who already have a firm foundation in psychology and their own values, those who like history and stories, those interested in strategy and power. Those who can commit to a longer book. Difficulty to digest: Easy, but […]

48 Laws Of Power By Robert Greene – Book Review


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Best for:  Made To Stick is best for those who want to learn about what makes ideas stand out and stay around. Also for those who have ideas they want to spread or want to improve at getting ideas across. Difficulty to digest: Made To Stick is very conversational with […]

Made To Stick By Dan Heath & Chip Heath – ...


hand holding plant to represent growth mindset
Best for:  Mindset is best for those who want to learn about Growth Mindsets. Also good for those interested in learning general psychology or frequently-cited personal development material. Those who really enjoy case studies, experiments, and examples. Difficulty to digest: Mindset contains a huge number of examples and moves slowly […]

Mindset by Carol Dweck – Book Review



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Best for:  Grit is best for those interested in achievement, high-performance, goal setting, grit, resilience, and general psychology. While narrowed into a few subjects, the lessons are generally applicable to behavior and resilience.  Difficulty to digest: Grit has a conversational tone, with lots of examples and stories. Explanations of core […]

Grit By Angela Duckworth – Book Review


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Best for:  Waking up is best for those with experience in meditation, psychology, and study of consciousness who want to deepen their understanding of the mind. Also those without serious attachments to religion or a particular type of spirituality.  Difficulty to digest: Fully grappling with the concepts and vocabulary in […]

Waking Up by Sam Harris – Book Review


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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