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Business Books

It’s not possible to read hundreds of business books that come out every year. But it’s possible to read the ones that stand the test of time and attract positive reviews from their readers.

Psychology Books

Psychology books are the best way to absorb what researchers, authors, and professors spent decades working on. Book summaries will ensure you receive those lessons.

Marketing Books

If a tree falls in the forest and nobody is there to hear it, does it make a sound? Marketing book summaries will make you understand how to create, package, and send your messages.

Self-Help Books

Self-reflection is one of the most essential skills you can have in the 21st century. And the best way to gain it is by reading self-help books and acquiring the wisdom written on the pages.

Recent Articles


The ONE Thing Book Summary, Review, Notes

The ONE Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan is a self-help book that focuses on the importance of focusing on one goal at a time. The book focuses on a few essential concepts, such as prioritization, creating goals, and the effectiveness of single-tasking over multitasking, among other things. One of the most important lessons

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Imaginable Book Summary, Review, Notes

Imaginable by Jane McGonigal encourages the readers to spend time in the realm of their imagination envisioning future scenarios. Contemplating about the future and developing detailed scenarios will prove crucial for achieving personal growth, overcoming obstacles, and expanding one’s mind. What is perceived as impossible or ridiculous today, tomorrow might be possible and attainable.  Book

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Cues Book Summary

Cues Book Summary, Review, Notes

Vanessa Van Edwards is a communications expert. In her book Cues, she discusses the language of human social cues as well as what it takes to be charismatic. She has grouped cues into the four basic kinds of communication: Nonverbal, Vocal, Verbal, and Imagery. How cues affect and shape your ability to communicate effectively with

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