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Self-Help Book Summaries

There were two words written in the Temple of Apollo at Delhi— “know thyself.” 

Self-reflecting and knowing yourself is a multiplier skill in today’s world. If you know yourself, you can:

  • learn, unlearn, and re-learn faster
  • understand and play on your strengths
  • delegate and hire people to cover for your weaknesses
  • keep your ego in check so you don’t make (foolish) mistakes
  • come from a place of empathy when dealing with people


Self-help book summaries will help you explore these concepts. 

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Becoming Flawesome Summary, Review, Notes

Becoming Flawesome is a self-aware book that emphasizes the beauty of imperfection. We live in a society where the standards are really high and impossible to reach since nothing is perfect. Lakhiani shows the real way one becomes happy and satisfied without following the established norms. Book Title: Becoming Flawesome, The Key To Living An

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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck Summary, Review, Notes

Mark Manson’s The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck will transform your suffering into a tool, your trauma into strength, and your issues into a little bit better issues in a fun and engaging way.    Book Title: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach  to Living a Good LifeAuthor:

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Awaken The Giant Within Book Summary, Review, Notes

Awaken the Giant Within is a book, or life guide written by Anthony Robbins, a professional coach and motivational speaker. The purpose of this book isn’t ‘only’ to help you become the best version of yourself, but to lead you in getting to know yourself better.    Book Title: Awaken the Giant Within: How to

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The Art of Seduction Book Summary, Review, Notes

The Art of Seduction is a book by an American author Rober Greene. He is especially popular in business thanks to his famous books such as The 48 Laws of Power and The 33 Strategies of War.    The Art of Seduction was published in 2001 and the genre can be considered dark psychology, where

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The Greatest Salesman in The World Book Summary, Review, Notes

The book Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino teaches us how to become great salesmen through life principles that are applicable to all areas of life. By following the journey of Hafid, we get an example of the circle of life, growth and gaining wisdom.   Book Title — The Greatest Salesman in

Discipline is Destiny

Discipline is Destiny Book Summary, Review, Notes

“Discipline is Destiny” recounts the lives of some of history’s most accomplished people, detailing how they rose to the top of their fields by relying on the life-changing power of self-discipline.      This book will show you how to create an unbreakable sense of self-control despite the fact that we live in a world full

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Steal Like an Artist Summary, Review, Notes

Steal Like an Artist is a book for everyone who wants to entwine a bit of creativity in their lives. By pointing out what we are doing wrong, in terms of standing out, Kleon exhibits his actions toward greatness. Book Title: Steal Like an Artist, 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative Author: Austin

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The Inner Game of Tennis Book Summary, Review, Notes

Timothy Gallwey’s book “The Inner Game of Tennis” discusses the mental and psychological aspects of tennis and how they can have a significant impact on a player’s performance.     The term “inner game” refers to a player’s mental and emotional state while participating in a game. According to Gallwey, mental and emotional challenges to success

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No More Mr. Nice Guy Book Summary, Review, Notes

Dr. Robert A. Glover’s “No More Mr. Nice Guy” explains how men can stop seeking approval and start getting what they want in life.    He does this by providing the information and tools that will assist men in ensuring that their needs are met, expressing their emotions, having a satisfying sex life, embracing their

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Can’t Hurt Me Book Summary, Review, Notes

Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds is a book by David Goggins, an American ultramarathon runner, ultra-distance cyclist, triathlete, public speaker, retired US Navy SEAL member, and author.    This book is his autobiography, describing the early days of his life filled with abuse and discrimination, up until his numerous achievements