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Book Review: The Lean Startup by Eric Ries

The Lean Startup presents an efficient approach to building, managing, and scaling a startup company. Author Eric Ries has had many successes and failures throughout his startup career. He was able to see what worked, what didn’t work, and why.

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Book Review: The Almanack of Naval Ravikant by Eric Jorgenson

The Almanack of Naval Ravikant collects the wisdom from Naval over the past decade or so that was shared through blog posts, tweets, and podcasts. Author, Eric Jorgenson, curated all this content into one digestible reading that can provide “the benefits of a lifetime in a few hours.”

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Book Notes: Ikigai by Héctor García and Francesc Miralles

Ikigai dives into the secrets of happiness and longevity from residents in the world’s Blue Zones, which are areas where people live the longest and are healthiest. If you are looking to simplify your life, live longer, and become happier, Ikigai is the book for you.

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Book Review: A Mind For Numbers by Barbara Oakley PhD

A Mind For Numbers offers the tools you need to learn intimidating material such as math and science. You’ll find new ways to improve your knowledge and skills. You’ll LEARN how to learn and how the most effective strategies seem counterintuitive.

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Book Review: Grit by Angela Duckworth

Author Angela Duckworth wrote this book to summarize everything she has learned about grit. Grit is a trait that can be described as having a combination of passion and perseverance to push through obstacles, remain single-minded in a pursuit, and achieve success. In this book, you’ll learn about what really drives success.

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Book Review: Range by David Epstein

Range is a book that advocates for the generalists; the experimenters, the ones who are open-minded and willing to try many things. Author David Epstein studied the paths of success that the most accomplished athletes, artists, musicians, inventors, forecasters, and scientists took.

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Book Review: Beyond Order by Jordan B. Peterson

Beyond Order helps the reader break out of rigid order and into the unknown. Order is explored territory and comes with its own flaws. Author Jordan Peterson warns that too much security can be dangerous.