I am not only writing a lot of posts here on Publish0x, but I also read a lot, not only posts but also books. Many times, reading a book has fundamentally changed a person's life. Here are my favorite five books that have this auspicious potential to change your life for the better.
Book No. 1: Flow
If you want to be lucky, you have to master the chaos in your own head. If you want to be free, you only have to know your goals. The book summarizes decades of research into the positive aspects of human experience: joy, creativity, and the process of full oneness with life that the author calls FLOW.
Happiness is not something that can be bought with fiat or crypto. Happiness is a state of flow. Everyone has already experienced this feeling: to dispose of themselves, to be in harmony with themselves and the world, and to be able to take their fate into their own hands. On these rare occasions, you feel a feeling of exhilaration, of deep joy that lasts for a long time and becomes a measure of how life should look.
"FLOW: The Psychology of Happiness" by Mihaly Csikszentmihaly
Book No. 2: The 4-hour Work Week
Why are we actually working ourselves to death? Do we have nothing better to do? You bet! - says Timothy Ferriss. The young entrepreneur was a workaholic with an 80-hour week for a long time. But then he invented a system called MBA - Management by Absence - and has been freer, richer, happier ever since. With a lot of humor, provocative food for thought, and tried and tested tips, Ferriss explains how the 4-hour work week can be realized with full wage compensation.
"The 4-Hour Work Week: Escape the 9-5, Live Anywhere and Join the New Rich" by Timothy Ferriss
Book No. 3: The Richest Man in Babylon
Babylon became the most prosperous city in antiquity because its residents valued the value of money and followed sound economic principles in wealth creation, saving, and investment to further increase money. The parables of Bansir, the wagon builder, or of the wall of Babylon and many others pass on these basic rules. In a captivatingly simple and vivid way, they show how to skillfully handle money, fulfill your wishes, and achieve the independence and success that others only dream of. The captivatingly simple parables breathe life and fascination into the subject of money. "The Richest Man in Babylon" first appeared in 1926 and has so far found millions of enthusiastic readers.
George S. Clason's ten entertaining parables about money and wealth from Babylon, the sunken financial center of the ancient world, can easily be transferred to the present day and have lost none of their meaning.
"The Richest Man in Babylon" by George S. Clason
Book No. 4: Rich Dad Poor Dad
Why do the rich stay rich and why do the poor stay poor? Because the rich teach their children how to handle money and the others don't. Most employees prefer to spend year after year in school and university where they learn nothing about money rather than become successful themselves. Robert T. Kiyosaki had a "Rich Dad" and a "Poor Dad" in his youth. After heeding the advice of the former, he was able to retire at the age of 47. He had learned to let money work for him instead of the other way around. In Rich Dad Poor Dad, he shares his knowledge and shows how everyone can be successful.
"Rich Dad Poor Dad" by Robert T. Kiyosaki
Book No. 5: Think And Grow Rich
Wealth is no accident! For more than twenty years, Napoleon Hill has examined the similarities that successful people have in common. In discussions with 500 millionaires, he worked out the methods that lead to success and described them in his bestseller "Think And Grow Rich". In this book you will find a concise summary of the most important of these success laws - helpful instructions for leading your own life in material prosperity and with success in your professional and private life.
"Think And Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill
I believe that cryptocurrency enthusiasts like you and me are growth hackers by nature. So, I hope that these five books will help you as much as they have helped me in the past.
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