July 1, 2021
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Last update: 07/05/21

1. Meditations

Philosophy

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2. Thinking Fast and Slow

Psychology, Behavioral Economics

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3. Sapiens

Human History

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4. The Alchemist

Non-fiction

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5. Big Debt Crisis

Economics, Investing

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6. Principles

Framework for Thinking

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7. Nudge

Behavioral Economics

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8. Made to Stick

Startups, Entrepreneurship

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9. How to Win Friends and Influence People

Communication, Sales, Leadership

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10. The Changing World Order

Governments, Currency, History

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Other important reads:

The Evolving Self

Psychology

Leadership Strategies and Tactics

Leadership

Outliers

Theory on why people are successful

The Win Without Pitching Manifesto

Sales, Pitching

Influence

Psychology

The Innovators Dilemma (only the 2nd half of the book)

Business, Startups, Entrepreneurship

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