Reviews of Non-fiction Books to Read

Money by Laura Whateley

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Money by Laura Whateley

Do you ever find yourself in a situation where you don't have enough money? Do you ever feel that money is slipping through your fingers as quickly as a bar of soap? Does it make you feel more comfortable to bury your head in the sand rather than deal with your expenses or go through your bank statements? If this describes you, you are not alone in feeling this way. Being financially literate is not something that most of us take for granted. These notes are intended to assist you in gaining control over your finances by providing you with the information and skills you need to make educated financial decisions in the future. So, what are you holding out for now? It is past time to begin studying, to begin saving, and to look forward to a more peaceful and secure future.

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Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant by Robert T. Kiyosaki with Sharon L. Lechter

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Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant by Robert T. Kiyosaki with Sharon L. Lechter

Wouldn't it be great if you could put in your notice at your job and retire to an idyllic lifestyle surrounded by abundance? You're not the only one who feels this way. However, for many of us, those aspirations will stay just that: aspirations. For author Robert T. Kiyosaki, this is not the case. In the end, he was able to transform his dreams into the wealth and freedom he now enjoys. His own father had been an overworked government employee who had been indebted and in financial disaster as a result of his actions. After seeing this happen to his father, Kiyosaki swore that he would never allow it to happen to him in his own life. As a result, he learned to generate money no matter where he was.

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Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

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Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

To exaggerate the significance of Steve Jobs' contributions to the development of our modern, computer-mediated world would be difficult to do justice. Jobs, a single-minded perfectionist, was also a visionary who wished to transform the world via technological advancement. This best-selling book reveals that although Jobs's perfectionism and passion propelled him to greatness, those same characteristics were also the source of friction and strife inside the company. Jobs's conduct was often characterized as brattish in his interactions with workers and colleagues, despite the fact that Jobs maintained that he was just attempting to motivate people to do their best work. The following notes detail the fascinating life of one of the most influential technology icons of our time, as well as the incredible story of a teenage prank that resulted in the formation of a partnership that would go on to become one of the most valuable technology companies on the face of the planet.

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