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Mindful Economics by Joel C. Magnuson
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I gave this a one star rating not because it was a poor book to read but because it didn't interest me.
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No Excuses! by Brian Tracy
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Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
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Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell
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There are some interesting concepts that make for great conversations in this book. "60 Minutes" did a broadcast on the process known as "Red Shirting" which mirrors the author's concept of cumulative advantage. That is, holding your child back by on ...more
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The Game of Life and How to Play It by Florence Scovel Shinn
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Trading Realities by Jeff Augen
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As a trader in training, it's a challenge to learn to read in between the lines. Much of the descriptions in this book reveal realities that readers may have in the back of their minds. When something is spelled out, readers may feel enlightened thro ...more
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The Irrational Economist by Erwann Michel-Kerjan
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No comment. Couldn't bring myself to read it. I understand that saying that the market can remain solvent longer than the trader can remain irrational (or rational).
Mindful Economics by Joel C. Magnuson
" No comment. Couldn't bring myself to read it. At a glance, the jist seems like common sense. "
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Freedom, Inc. by Brian M. Carney
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From challenging insights to paradoxes, Freedom Inc clarifies how the need for individual dignity and power of a freed work environment can move companies toward profitable and happy success in a manner that's not solely "subordinated to bottom line ...more
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