BOOK LIBRARY

Reading good books is like engaging in conversation with the most cultivated minds of past centuries who had composed them, or rather, taking part in a well-conducted dialogue in which such minds reveal to us only the best of their thoughts.

René Descartes

 

I believe in the discipline of mastering the best that other people have ever figured out. I don’t believe in just sitting there and trying to dream it up all yourself. Nobody’s that smart.

Charles Munger

A good book library is your self-guided mentorship program.

Alex Baroni – Sweat Your Assets

it would be idiotic and unethical to not take advantage of such accumulated experiences. If you haven’t read hundreds of books, you are functionally illiterate, and you will be incompetent because your personal experiences alone aren’t broad enough to sustain you.

General Jim Mattis

You can’t replace reading with other sources of information like videos, because you need to read in order to write well, and you need to write in order to think well. Paul Graham

MONEY & INVESTING

the Money Code

H.W. Charles

The Simple Path to Wealth

J.L. Collins

 

The Richest Man in Babylon

George S. Clason

The Automatic Millionaire

David Bach

The Cash Flow Quadrant

Robert Kiyosaki

Train Your Way To Financial Fitness

Shannon McLay

Mastering the Market Cycles

Howard Marks

The Millionaire Mind

Thomas J. Stanley

The Investor’s Manifesto 

William J. Bernstein

The Millionaire Next Door

Thomas J. Stanley

Willian D. Danko

 

The Intelligent Investor

Benjamin Graham

Millionaire Expat. how to build wealth living overseas

Andrew Hallam

MONEY, Master the Game

Tony Robbins

The Snowball. Warren Buffett and the business of life

Alice Schroeder

Where Does Money Come From?

J.R. Collins T. Greenham R. WernerA. Jackson

Your Money & Your Brain

Jason Zweig

Real World Personal Finance

Mark A. Nadler and Terry E. Rumker

One Up on Wall Street

Peter Lynch

Poor Economics

Abhijit Banerjee

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Investment Strategies for the 21 Century

Frank Armstrong

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INFORMED INVESTOR

Frank Armstrong

LEARN TO EARN

Peter Lynch

The Wealth Chef

Anne Wilson

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The four Pillars of Investing

William J. Bernstein

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THE MOST IMPORTANT THING

Howard Marks

THE WAY TO WEALTH

Benjamin Franklin

7 Strategies for Wealth and Happiness

Jim Rohn

 

The Ascent of Money

Nial Ferguson

 

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If You Can (How Millenials Can Get Rich Slowly)

William J. Bernstein

Is Your Thinking Keeping You Poor?

Douglas Kruger

FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE

Early Retirement Extreme

Jacob Lund Fisker

Playing With Fire

Scott Reckens

unWORKING

Clark Vandeventer

REWORK

Jason Fried & David H. Handddon

Your Money or Your Life

Vicki Robin

JOB FREE

Jake Desyllas

MINDSET

THE STRANGEST SECRET

Earl Nightingale

EXTREME OWNERSHIP

Jocko Willink and Leif Babin

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Fooled by Randomness

Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Thinking in Bets

Annie Duke

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Man’search for meaning

Viktor E. Frankl

The Compound Effect

Darren Hardy

CAN’T HURT ME

David Goggins

How I found Freedom in an Unfree World

Harry Browne

THE ONE THING

Gary Keller, Jay Papasan

THE SIGNAL AND THE NOISE

Nate Silver

PRINCIPLES

Ray Dalio

THE 80/20 PRINCIPLE

Richard Kock

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

DIGITAL NOMADS 

 Esther Jacobs and Adre’ Gusseklo

COMPANY OF ONE

Paul Jarvis

H. REWORK

Jason Fried & David H. Handddon

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ARTICLES

This is a personal list of relevant articles and speeches on Entrepreneurship, Investing, money and personal development.

The Common Denominator of Success

In recent years it is easy to come across youtube videos or clickbait articles titled: "what successful people do differently"; "only  2% of people do this"; "why 2% succeed and 98% don't", and so on. If you have enough curiosity, there is an infinite amount of...

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Searching for Wisdom

I truly enjoyed this article by FS. I feel it clearly describes important steps and approaches towards personal growth and the search for knowledge and wisdom. Enjoy.   When I was young, I thought other people could give me wisdom. Now that I’m older, I know this...

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Investing guidelines, by Mohnish Pabrai

World renown value investor and author Mohnish Pabrai attributes his investing insights to a keen sense of cloning Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger. Here's something investors can keep in mind when investing in equity. A) Focus on buying an existing and...

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Enough, by John C. Bogle, 2007 | Articles

Intro John C. Bogle is the founder of The Vanguard Group. He is credited for creating the first Index fund. He delivered this speech as the commencement address for MBA graduates of the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University in May 2007.  John's speech:...

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How to guarantee a life of Misery, by Charlie Munger, 1986

This speech was originally delivered to the Harvard School on June 13, 1986. It is full of the typical wit and wisdom of the great Investor.  Transcript: Now that Headmaster Berrisford has selected one of the oldest and longest-serving trustees to make a commencement...

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A meeting with Enrico Fermi | Keep it simple!

I clearly remember the day I learned about Enrico Fermi's method. It was 2010. In Limpopo Province, South Africa, I was in the proximity of Kruger National Park, very close to the amazing wild like that Africa can offer. We were in the middle of a workshop, presenting...

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Appointment in Samarra

Introduction "Appointment in Samarra" is a literacy allusion to the last inescapable appointment with destiny. It derives from Middle Eastern folk tales, translated and made popular in English literature by Somerset Maugham with his play Sheppey (1933). My takes on...

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