We’ve been told (especially millennials) that we are in control of our lives – that we can achieve literally anything we desire as long as we put in the right effort. If we try hard enough, we are told, we can achieve anything.
In The 48 Laws of Power, Robert Greene takes the reader on a spectacular journey throughout history, stopping at a plethora of interesting destinations to demonstrate the use (or lack of use) of his 48 Laws.
The books roughly follow a basic pattern:
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I rarely read fiction books and I’m not quite sure why. It might be because I feel that I have a lot to learn and that I shouldn’t spend time reading fiction books when there are still so many popular and educational non-fiction…
The Richest Man in Babylon, written by George S. Clason is an interesting, relatively brief, and useful read that will educate those new to money management and wealth building and entertain those who already know a lot about building wealth.
Title: The Richest Man in…
- The Fallacy of Composition
- 3 Super-powered Tips to Get You to Save More Money
- Handle a Financial Emergency With Skill and Savvy
- What is a stock?
- What is a mutual fund?
- What is an exchange-traded fund (ETF)?
- Are you a good saver? Here’s how to become one!
- 8 Things You Must Do Before Starting College
- How to Quickly Rebuild Your Emergency Fund After a Financial Emergency
- Why You Must Live Below Your Means