Rich Dad Poor Dad: financial education 101

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Rich Dad Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money – That The Poor And Middle Class Do Not! by Robert T. Kiyosaki

In the bestselling personal finance book of all time, Robert Kiyosaki challenges the way people around the world think about money and investing. Think you need a high income to become rich? Think having a house is an asset? Do you know the difference between good and bad debt?

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How to Break Up of Things You Don’t Use Anymore

The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo

If anyone tells you that things have souls and feelings – I bet you call him CRAZY.

But take a look around your home. How many useless things can you name in 30 seconds? If you counted more than 5, I have bad news for you: Huston, YOU have a problem. It’s time to break up with some old useless stuff and make space for new ones.

This is all about Marie Kondo’s book. Amazing topic, right?

I bet I caught your attention. But don’t worry! We all suffer from the same disease: having a box with memories, at least one drawer with “diverse things” and a garage full of objects that “might be useful someday”.

But Marie Kondo’s book – The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying – was written to put in order your thoughts, life and stuff.

All you have to do is to start reading it!

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Purple Cow ‘s Effect: Get a Longterm WOW for Your Business

Purple Cow : Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable by Seth Godin

A purple cow doesn’t come from Switzerland – as you may think at a first sight of the title of this book. But may lead some of your future incomes there – joking…or not.

It – the purple cow – comes from your fearless ideas that went natural on the market and achieved some “wow, that’s really something” while being  noticed by customers.

Don’t try to figure it out by yourself how to do that. Seth Godin gives you really helpful tips and we’ve already selected great nuggets from his book.

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Matthew Capala’s Actionable Steps for SEO Like I’m 5

SEO Like I’m 5: The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Search Engine Optimization by Matthew Capala

This is a book about SEO.

If you’re a beginner and you’re trying to figure out what‘s the real meaning that stands behind this acronym – you may find the SEO world baffling. Thousands of information coming and leaving. Hundreds of strategies rising and falling. A noisy world where everybody talks about everything that matters for SEO.

If you are a practitioner of SEO, you may say “A book about SEO? This is such a waste of time. To be up to date this book should be written …tomorrow!” And you aren’t far from the truth.

But, above all these, even though you’re a beginner or an experienced specialist in SEO, reading this book will help you a lot in figuring it out how things really work in this tricky field.

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6 Months to 6 Figures: A Quick Summary of Peter Voogd’ Book

6 Months to 6 Figures

6 Months to 6 Figures by Peter Voogd

'Never let those who have given up on their dreams talk you out of yours.' @PeterVoogd23 Click To Tweet

says Peter Voogd in his book. You may think “Wise words for a young man!”

But, let’s start with the beginning: Who is Peter Voogd?

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Four Agreements to Unchain Your Personal Freedom

The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel Ruiz

If you have to name four self betrayals that you usually do to yourself, which will they be?

Speaking too much, believing too little

Hiding behind masks

Designing false realities

Delivering half of everything: half smiling, half caring, half creating, half working…

With The Four Agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz invites you to think and live at the opposite of all these. Our book summary is waiting to provide some more info about it. At least 30 quotes got visual and have been metamorphosed into nuggets. Don’t miss this! You are only four agreement steps away from the personal freedom.

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Austin Kleon: 10 Ways to Show Your Work & Reveal Your Strengths

Show Your Work!: 10 Ways to Share Your Creativity and Get Discovered by Austin Kleon

Is it a sign of lack of modesty to believe too much in your work? Or calling yourself an artist? This is not a teasing. The answer is very simple: NO.

But is the modesty a disease that creates a wall between artists and the world who’s expecting their work?

Maybe.YES/NO/I have no idea. Which one will be your answer?

Austin Kleon teaches us 10 valuable lessons about overcoming those unproductive forms of modesty that lead us directly on becoming nobody.

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Nassim Taleb About What Makes You Antifragile


Antifragile: Things that Gain from Disorder by Nassim Nicholas Taleb 

What does Antifragile mean? Try to connect this concept with an immunity on predicting errors and with the strongest pattern for living our lives.


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Constantly preoccupied by problems of uncertainty, probability, and knowledge, the bestselling author Nassim Nicholas Taleb reveals wise ways how to thrive in an uncertain world.

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People over profit – Your Business is to Make a Difference

People Over Profit: Break the System, Live with Purpose, Be More Successful by Dale Partridge

Do you remember the chicken and the egg dilemma?

I will rephrase it. I’ll put it in this book’s context:

“Which came first, the leader or the company?”

As simple as this question may seem, as complicated the answer is. You have to take a complete journey through 3 chapters and 5 eras to find out which are the key concepts in order to define the solution.

Take a deep breath! Keep calm! I won’t leave you with an empty pocket. I’ve already filled them with great nuggets (visual quotes from books) and a book summary of Dale Partridge‘ s book: People over profit. Break the system. Live with purpose. Be more successful.

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The Art of Work: Learn How to Knock at Your Own Calling’s Door

The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to Do by Jeff Goins 

We are tempted to blame ourselves for not knowing exactly what we were “programmed” to do in life for a living. It seems that we pass through all the key moments, decisive ones, without paying enough attention to where we fit best. To which field we belong. And we wake up one day asking ourselves:

“What do I like the most doing in this life?”

At first sight this question may seem simple. Easy. But the answer is a long term key for our future’s door.

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