This is the most important books I’ve read: Behavioral Psychology, Bias & Heuristics: 1. “Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion” by Robert B. Cialdini This is probably the most important book I’ve read. In it Cialdini outlines the human tendency to act like unconscious pre-programmed robots. It’s also an easy and entertaining read. 2. “Thinking Fast and […]
Michael Batnick of The Irrelevant Investor, put together this awesome chart of the most important investors of all time. It includes “traders, investors, hedge fund managers, Nobel laureates, economists, and early pioneers of portfolio management.” Some of these people aren’t known as investors, but pioneered how we think about investing, such as psychologist Daniel Kahneman. […]
In 1976 Steve Jobs founded Apple in his parents garage. 35 years later it became the most valuable company in the world. Jobs will with guarantee go down in history as one of the world’s greatest innovators and visionaries. So much can be learned from him and I feel that reading his biography is a bit like […]
Nassim N. Taleb’s treasure chest of a book and New York Times bestseller, “The Black Swan”, explores the nature of unpredictable events of huge consequence. It sheds light on secrets that if understood, can unlock some of the heaviest shackles we put on ourselves. It sheds light on fundamental errors in thought. The comfortable but […]
“This book contains the secret” – Napoleon Hill. This Think and Grow Rich summary with key takeaways, will provide you with part of that secret. “It was Mr. Carnegie’s idea that the magic formula, which gave him a stupendous fortune, ought to be placed within reach of people who do not have time to investigate how […]
“The single best book on investment ever written.” These are words spoken by the most successful investor of all time. Legendary billionaire investor Warren Buffett. If Warren Buffett dedicates his success to the fundamental investment principles learned in this book, it is worth reading. Agree? So here we go, let’s look at some of the ideas […]
Disruptive innovation is slaying established giants while crowning new kings of the markets. Let’s explore with help from the book “The Innovator’s Dilemma” by Clayton M. Christensen, recommended by billionaires Jeff Bezos and Mark Cuban. Two Types of Innovation
In his very popular business book, Zero to One, Thiel spills a lot of secrets that will help you to success if you’re an aspiring entrepreneur. Here’s the key take-aways: A Monopoly “Competition is for losers” – Peter Thiel.
Einstein. It is not a coincident that several billionaires recommends studying this man. “No other man contributed so much, to the vast expansion of the 20th century knowledge” – President Eisenhower. What is the insight and wisdom that made this genius? Find out below.
The book Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert B. Cialdini is a true eye opener. We Act Like Programmed Robots This book reveals a fact about humans that everyone should pay more attention to: In many ways, we act like robots, pre-programmed for different reaction patterns.