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Buddhism Plain and Simple by Steve Hagen
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This is my first approximation to Buddhism; I ended up reading this book because a friend recommended it while we were having a conversation about Stoicism and Adlerian psychology.

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The How Not to Die Cookbook by Michael Greger
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How Not to Die by Michael Greger
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This was one of my favorite books about the links between nutrition and disease. Every year there is a new nutrition fad; we get overwhelmed with information telling us to eat more of this and less of that without real data to back such claims.

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The Power of Little Ideas by David C.  Robertson
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The Machiavellians by James Burnham
"The Machiavellians is one of those rare books in which the ideas expressed are absolutely compelling and the prose is eloquent, too, so that it feels great to read it.

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The Power of Little Ideas by David C.  Robertson
"The premise in the book is that existing innovation books focus on disruption, step-changes, and greenfield, when in reality many of the best products are formed through continuous innovation _around_ a key product.

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