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Business & Finance

The Black Swan

by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
The Black Swan (2007) helps us better understand unpredictable extreme events like the 9/11 attacks, rise of the internet, and stock market crashes. Nassim Taleb says we are unprepared for the next big event like this because we rely too much on incomplete theories, limited models and flimsy historical narratives.
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Unshakeable

by Tony Robbins
Unshakeable shows how to achieve financial freedom, security and safety. Tony Robbins passionately explains how to grow your wealth using a simple investing strategy that includes index funds, compound interest and diversification. You'll also learn to avoid the two biggest enemies of beginner investors: fear and fees.
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Millionaire Teacher

by Andrew Hallam
Millionaire Teacher shows how to start investing if you're middle class and want to retire wealthy. Andrew Hallam explains why index funds are great for growing your savings. They're much better than mutual funds—whose 1-2% extra fees will cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars over a lifetime.
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Contagious

by Jonah Berger
Contagious shows how entrepreneurs and marketers can make their content more viral and products more shareable. Jonah Berger simplified years of his research into six principles of contagiousness which are: social currency, triggers, emotion, public, practical value and stories.
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The Lean Startup

by Eric Ries
The Lean Startup shows how to achieve business success by learning what customers want fast. Eric Ries explains how to launch a minimum viable product, why you should ignore vanity metrics, and how to use 'split-testing' to avoid wasting years of your life building a product nobody wants.
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Rich Dad Poor Dad

by Robert Kiyosaki
Rich Dad Poor Dad is Robert Kiyosaki's story of growing up with a "Poor Dad" (his middle class biological father) and a "Rich Dad" (his best friend's father and a savvy entrepreneur). Kiyosaki learned rich people buy assets that make them money, rather than working for an income.
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