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Then you've never read a book worth reading once. There is no such thing as a good book that you're done with. A good book is a wellspring that stimulates ideas, not a storehouse of facts. You can read the same book again and again and keep getting new ideas because you keep seeing that content in new lights.NONE - no time to read books twice. I'd rather read another NEW book in the hopes of uncovering something that I haven't come across yet that could make a HUGE difference. Hunting after the unknowns will help you more than hunting after the known.
Of course. Umberto Ecco's library of 30,000 books.You say you've read Taleb. Then you know about the anti-library no? The library of books you haven't read yet?
You must have. You list Antifragile into your top 3.
The antidote to overconfidence is our relationship with knowledge. Read this to learn how why Nassim Taleb reccomends becoming an anti-scholar.fs.blog
I always see your posts on here and I just don't understand your agenda? What are you after always talking about masterminds and illuminati stuff?indeed
people think they should own material things and millions in the bank but material things can be stolen or destroyed by revolution, adversity or whatever
while the true assets ( the work you have done on yourself ) are yours forever.
nobody can steal them. your true assets are skills, attitude, mindset.
the masterminds of this world DO NOT CARE about millions in the bank like people here.
they care about power and control over things and people. they want to become self made gods , not self made milionaires .
they could care less about toilet papers called "money" . ( the american dollar is a fiat currency. this is technicaly toilet paper )
quote : " Fiat money is a currency without intrinsic value that has been established as money, often by government regulation ".
from : Fiat money - Wikipedia
so this is what they study (and this what i study as well because i am not a pawn . i am a mastermind ) :
books on the Tarot and ancient wisdom of secret societies among others
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If you like Caro´s work I highly recommend Lyndon Johnson´s biographies, they are super good. I read the first two and they are mind blowing when it comes to human nature/power dynamics.My Three:
Napoleon Hill's Outwitting the Devil
The best self-help book I've ever read. I see most self-help books as useless feel-good garbage that doesn't actually lead to people changing (I consider that putting it nicely). This book touches on concepts that I've come across in deeper philosophy books but brings that up in an easy to understand way. I've listened to the audiobook 5x.
Nassim Taleb's Antifragile
A book on risk taking that is both profound and hilarious. He actually lists an incredible amount of other books & authors who are worth reading. I've listened to the audiobook 4x.
Robert Caro's The Power Broker
A book by a genius about a genius. The book is massive 1300 or so pages (the audiobook is 67 hours long). Caro extensively researches the life of Bob Moses, the New York City Park Commissioner (an unimpressive title, until you see what he does with it) and his journey from starry-eyed idealist to ruthless political pragmatist. The story is incredible, the writing is beautiful, and the research is so thorough. You will learn A LOT about politics and power from this book. Fair warning - I had to take long breaks from this book because a lot of what I read made me very angry. I'm on my second lap through this one and I know that I will read it again and again in the future.
The road less stupid is one of my all time favorite business books.The first 3 are great books. The True Believe especially is one of my favorites - you can learn so much about human behavior from that book. I haven't read The Road Less Stupid yet.
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