Book Summary of ‘Factfulness’​ by Hans Rosling

This book introduces a new way of looking at our world and how to understand it. It presents global patterns and trends in poverty, wealth, population growth, births, deaths, education, health, gender, violence, energy and the environment. Many people think that the world is more frightening, more violent, and more hopeless today than in the past, but actually, the world is improving. Our brains evolved to crave drama and it causes misconceptions and an overly dramatic worldview. Instead, we should base our worldview on facts.  In this summary you’ll learn ten human instincts that cause erroneous thinking and how we

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Book Summary of ‘Can’t Hurt Me’​ by David Goggins

Regardless of your upbringing or the cards that life dealt you, you have the capacity for greatness. David Goggins shares his story to illuminate a proven path to self-mastery and empower you to face reality, hold yourself accountable, push past pain, learn to love what you fear, relish failure, live to your fullest potential and find out who you really are. Goggins was raised in Buffalo, New York in a nice, suburban neighbourhood. On the surface, his life looked like the American Dream, but in reality, it was a nightmare. His father, Trunnis Goggins, built one of Buffalo’s first roller skating

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Book Summary of ‘Atomic Habits’​ by James Clear

A habit is a routine or behaviour that is performed regularly and in many cases, automatically. In the long run, the quality of our lives depends on the quality of our habits. This summary includes a step-by-step plan for building better habits – cue, craving, response and reward – and the four laws of behaviour change that evolve out of these steps. There’s no one right way to create better habits, but this summary describes an approach that will be effective regardless of where you start or what you’re trying to change.  The Fundamentals Too often, we convince ourselves that massive success

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Book Summary of ‘Thinking Fast and Slow’​ by Daniel Kahneman

We make hundreds of decisions each and every day, starting from the moment we wake up… Should I hit the snooze button one more time?  What am I going to have for breakfast?  Should I check my email before I get out of bed?  How long should I brush my teeth for?  Before we’ve even left the bedroom we’ve made a significant number of decisions. Many of these decisions are not made consciously. For instance, which leg do you put into your pants first when you are getting dressed? You’ve probably been doing that the same way, every day, for the better part of your life, but you probably had

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Book Summary of ‘Best Self’​ by Mike Bayer

You are the common denominator to all areas of your life. Everything begins and ends with you being your best self. If you’re willing to do the work and admit that there is work to do, you can become anyone that you want. This summary will help you. Our genes and our upbringing shapes who we are. Often, people stop learning and questioning themselves at a certain point and simply coast through life. That is not your Best Self. Create your best and anti selves No matter where you are right now, you can improve your life in powerful ways. Get a journal and do

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