Book Review: “Determined: A Science of Life Without Free Will”

Introduction “The only way humans have survived amid being able to understand the truths about life is by having evolved a robust capacity for self-deception.” This might be true. In “Determined :A Science of Life Without Free Will.” the author Robert Sapolsky agrues for desterminism and that our ability for self-deception definitely includes our belief […]

Quick Review of “Same As Ever” by Morgan Housel

Want to understand the changing world? Start with what stays the same. In this review of Same As Ever will be sharing a mix of lessons from the book, personal takeaways, thought-provoking quotes, and of course, a book verdict. It will be messy and fun. “Our life is indeed the same as it ever was. […]

Quick Review of “Scarcity Brain” by Michael Easter

Wired for scarcity We are wired for endless craving. This longing for more has served us well in our ancestral past, but in our modern world of abundance, it leads to addictive behavior and suboptimal decision-making. I was extremely excited about “Scarcity Brain” since Michael Easter’s last book, “The Comfort Crisis,” was one of my […]

Quick Review: “The Coming Wave” by Mustafa Suleyman

A Glimpse into the Future with AI In this book a review of “The Coming Wave,” a book where Mustafa Suleyman, a key figure in the world of AI and co-founder of DeepMind, offers a deep dive into how AI is set to reshape our lives. This book isn’t just a technological forecast; it’s a […]

Quick Review: Scattered Minds by Gabor Maté

Today we are taking a closer look at Gabor Maté’s book “Scattered Minds”. This book takes us on a journey through the experience of ADD, delving into the science behind it, and offering potential solutions for improving mental health. It’s a must-read for everyone, especially parents and those working with kids and young adults. Understanding […]

Teaching Kids Stoicism through Fables: “A Dog Who Follows Gladly”

Teaching children about Stoicism can be challenging. Luckliy for us, Phil Van Treuren has create a fable series about stoic principles, that can be enjoyed by children and grown-ups alike. In this book review we will take a closer look at the second entry in the stoic fables series: “A Dog who Follows Gladly”. Stoicism […]

Outlive: Powerful Insights on how you can live longer | Review

Outlive Book Review The diseases that kill most of us build up over decades.  If you want to live a long and healthy life then what you do right now that matters. How do you want to spend your last years? What’s your endgame? Let’s have a closer look at Outlive: The Science and Art of Longevity. […]

How to Break Free of the Drama Triangle and Victim Consciousness

Understanding the Drama Triangle: A Review of “How to Break Free of the Drama Triangle and Victim Consciousness” In this review, we delve into the book “How to Break Free of the Drama Triangle and Victim Consciousness” to decipher the enigmatic Drama Triangle, explore the concept of Victim Consciousness, and find out how this book […]

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 […]

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