Great list @Bee ! We'll definitely have to check them out. What are some of the ways these big helped you specifically? Did they financially inspire you, or did they give you a more technical understanding about money etc.?
One Up On Wall Street by Peter Lynch An easy read that provides the basics of investing. Can you get the same info on a 15 minute You Tube video ? Yes, but Lynch explains it in such a way that you understand and retain what he is trying to tell you.
Atomic Habits (James Clear) Money Master The Game (Tony Robbins) The 10x Rule (Grant Cardone) Outliers (Malcolm Gladwell) @Bee - thank you for the list shared above too. Will definitely have a look at those.
The question that I would most like to ask is just "What is one piece of information that you wish you could add to or remove from the book?". I know a lot of authors will often release new editions of their books to update the information to fit their current ideas, but it would be interesting to me to see how their ideas have changed over time.
I have not read these, but I just got them. I have seen a lot of recommendations for them so I shall pass them on to you. 1. The richest man in Babylon 2. The Bogleheads guide to investing 3. The intelligent investor
I am thinking of purchasing the book Never Split the Difference by Chris Voos. I want to ask your thoughts on it? I am definitely intrigued and do hope it has substance to it. A second question: Has anyone done the audio book version instead? Is it Chris Voos narrating it? Looking forward to reading your thoughts. :Nef:
I haven't read it, but I've heard it's a great book about negotiation. It's narrated by Michael Kramer, not Chris Voos. I have however seen Chris Voos' TED talk on Youtube also called, 'Never Split the Difference', it's very interesting! I'd imagine the book has substance to it because he has a lot of awesome experiences.
Thank you for your reply @J-Oldani I did see a few YouTube videos too, that's what got me interested in the topic and the book. As I write this reply it is evident that I will get it. So, it has been decided 🙂 I like printed materials so I will get the paperback. Anyone reading this post is still encouraged to share their thoughts. :Nef:
I got the audio book about 3 years ago. Chris is not narrating, but the narrator has a similar style of speaking as CV and does a good job. There are a lot of great tools in this book that you can use not only in negotiation but in every day life. It's not dense, but there's a lot in there, I find that I'm constantly referring back to ideas and concepts depending on my needs at the time. It's a great book and worth every penny! I would imagine the hard copy would be as good as the audio...
I just began my literary journey into investing and have read the following: Richest man in Babylon The Bogleheads Guide to Investing One up on Wall Street The Science of Success I am currently reading The Intelligent Investor, but was wondering how many books regarding investing or personal finance you read on average, say, every month, quarter, or year? Feel free to drop book recommendations, especially those along the lines of fundamental and value investing, or any other resources you...
Book are always the best way to get knowledge because creation of any book will take a long time to write and very deep research, so if your book related to the syllabus of any subject than you have to know how to make a Wikipedia page for your book and your self to make your work publish and your life too, so people will know who hard you work to finish this book
World-famous Authors are all on Wikipedia if we have anything to know about them we just need to click on google and type the best writer, we get the result but what about the writer who has written a beautiful book but nobody knows about them it is better to promote your work so you will get the best result, 1st look for custom Wikipedia page creation service , who can help you in the creation of your 1st Wikipedia page
No I didn't read that but it is in my list, I saw it on "Christopher Voss" Wikipedia page, and now you about to read to not, it's mean I must have to read it, Christopher did a great job by creating a wiki page, Create your own Wikipedia Page is the way by which we can reach people who are too far to reach us
Any book can give you the idea that changes your life, sometimes some celebrity did his or her Wikipedia Page Creation that attracts lots of people some of them decide to make their like them and then they start work on it
I know it is not a book, but I think the first 4 videos of this series do a great job to explain what money is: https://www.youtube.com/playli...jJkeeLL2O09eJoC8r7Dc and https://www.youtube.com/channe...EznhW_CNFcfOlyDNTLLw Minority Mindset's Youtube channel will get you the rest of the way.
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