Songs of Sorrow: Chapter 2

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Songs of Sorrow: Chapter 2

  • Siobhan Millavic

    Do you know “Whatcha Gonna Do with That Duck? And Other Provocations”
    by Seth Godin ?
    This book is a masterpiece, and unlike most self-improvement books, this one targets an infinite array of areas in which you can, and ultimately must, improve.

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    • InkHood Admin

      I’ve read these :
      – Eat That Frog!: 21 Great Ways to Stop Procrastinating and Get More Done in Less Time by Brian Tracy
      – Think and Grow Rich: The Original 1937 Unedited Edition by Napoleon Hill

      There are not a grow rich books, but a timeless guide to find out what actually matters. As it says clearly in the beginning ‘Riches can’t always be measured in money!’

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  • Shen Foster

    I’ve read the book Fooled by Randomness: The Hidden Role of Chance in Life and in the Markets.
    Perhaps it is the fact that randomness played such a significant role in my years as a poker player that I find this book utterly important.
    We often attribute skill where there is only luck; we confuse correlation with causation and we underestimate the incredible effect small changes can have.

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  • Ron Faucheux

    You should all read this book : The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene. It’s the best book I’ve read.

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  • Ralph Fiennes

    The Psychedelic Explorer’s Guide: Safe, Therapeutic, and Sacred Journeys
    by James Fadiman

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  • Mercilla Bellez

    The Attention Revolution: Unlocking the Power of the Focused Mind by Alan Wallace.
    In a world that is dominated by ever stronger technologies designed to grab your attention, a way to empower yourself is to bring that attention back to where you want it to shine. This book offers just that.

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