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Discover the keys to a happy life with this insightful book by a renowned psychological researcher. Through extensive research, the author unveils the surprising connection between success and happiness, and provides practical tips for transforming key traits of success, such as the need for control and importance, into behaviors that promote long-term happiness. From students to lawyers, this book applies to everyone seeking a fulfilling life.
That's the basic conclusion of the book "If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Happy?" In short, people in developed countries have all their needs and now judge their well-being by their wants (which are almost never enough). Great book btw. – source
Discover the powerful world of central banking with this captivating book. With a wealth of experience working in the financial sector, the author reveals the magic behind the Federal Reserve and the complexities of the global dollar system. You'll learn how the Fed can lift markets to euphoric heights or plummet them into recession, and gain an understanding of how money is created and how the financial system truly works. Get ready to demystify the world of central banking and gain invaluable insights with this essential read.
Joseph's book "Central Banking 101" is a must read. – source
Discover a groundbreaking theory that could change the way we think about economics. The Holy Grail of Macroeconomics explores Japan's 15-year long recession and the lessons it provides to aid struggling economies, including the US. The author's yin and yang theory of business cycles sheds new light on the causes and cures of recessions, suggesting that conventional theorists have overlooked a significant portion of the macroeconomic spectrum of possibilities. This highly acclaimed work provides a comprehensive theory that could revolutionize economics literature.
@AdvisorUnbiased @MacroAlf Great book! – source
A heartwarming and insightful tale about the bond between a tree and a boy. As the boy grows, so do his desires, and the tree selflessly provides. Shel Silverstein's poignant story explores the beauty and power of giving and receiving love. Suitable for all ages, this book is a touching reminder of the joy found in generosity.
Just read The Giving Tree to my 2 month old daughter and that 20 page children's book shook me harder than any book I've ever read. – source
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