Review: The Compound Effect – The Ultimate Habit Book?

Do you take advantage of The Compound Effect!? In a world captivated by instant gratification and dramatic transformations, “The Compound Effect” by Darren Hardy offers a refreshing perspective. This inspirational guide illuminates the path to achieving significant goals through the power of small, consistent actions. Hardy’s philosophy centers on the idea that monumental success isn’t […]

5 Must-Read Nonfiction Books for Every New Zealander

Kia ora! Welcome to Aotearoa, the land of the long white cloud. Our unique blend of Maori culture, captivating landscapes, and rich history provides a backdrop to our collective identity. For those wanting to delve deeper into the human psyche, philosophy, and our shared potential, here’s a selection of non-fiction titles, from a Kiwi perspective, […]

5 Essential Nonfiction Books for Expats in Sweden: A Swedish Perspective

Welcome to our beautiful country, Sweden, the land of lakes, northern lights, fika, and yes, IKEA! As you settle into your new life here, you might find yourself curious about understanding the complex tapestry of human nature, psychology, and human potential, and how it relates to the Swedish lifestyle. As a native Swede, I’ve curated […]

5 Must-Read Nonfiction Books for Every Australian

There is a treasure trove of books that dissect human nature, and plunge into the depths of human potential. As an Australian, you can gain much from these insightful works, gaining perspectives that inform your interactions and stimulate your personal and national growth. In the vast universe of non-fiction, I’ve handpicked five masterpieces that every […]

Oppenheimer and the Bhagavad Gita: A Curious Intellectual Relationship

J. Robert Oppenheimer, known as one of the fathers of the atomic bomb, held a unique relationship with the ancient Hindu text, the Bhagavad Gita. This relationship underscores his intellectual depth and the complexity of his emotions regarding his work on nuclear weaponry. Oppenheimer’s Introduction to the Bhagavad Gita Oppenheimer was introduced to the Bhagavad […]

Top Nonfiction August Releases 2023: Books to Enhance Your Mind

Welcome to the BookLab, where we delve into the fascinating world of upcoming nonfiction releases. In this segment, we will explore four captivating books set to hit the shelves in August 2023. From unraveling the mysteries of decision-making to profound tales of survival and escape, these books promise to enrich your understanding of human nature, […]

Quick Review: The Rational Optimist by Matt Ridley

In his book “The Rational Optimist,” British journalist, author, and scientist Matt Ridley presents a compelling argument for the continuous progress and prosperity of human civilization. Ridley challenges prevailing pessimism by emphasizing the positive impact of exchange, specialization of labor, and the accumulation of knowledge throughout history. The Birth of Progress: Economics and Trade According […]

Quick Review of Games People Play by Eric Berne

Introduction We’re all playing games — and I’m not talking about video games here, or Bridge — but psychological games and mental contests with the people we encounter. In Eric Berne’s landmark book “Games People Play: The Psychology of Human Relationships“, readers are taken on a thought-provoking, and sometimes haunting, journey into the world of […]

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Reach avid non-fiction readers with your book Thank you for considering using BookLab’s Twitter account to promote your book*. Posts on the BookLab Twitter gets 15k-37k views per post by people obsessed with nonfiction books about psychology, human nature and human potential. BookLab currently have 3 options that will help you and reach a bigger […]

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