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Preston Pysh is a graduate of West Point and Johns Hopkins University. He's the founder of, and his videos on financial investing have been viewed by millions of people around the world. He takes great pleasure in taking complex ideas and making them accessible.
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What Every Body Is Saying
An Ex-FBI Agent's Guide to Speed-Reading People
Joe Navarro - Apr 15, 2008
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He says that's his best offer. Is it?She says she agrees. Does she?The interview went great - or did it?He said he'd never do it again. But he did.Read this book and send your nonverbal intelligence soaring. Joe Navarro, a former FBI counterintelligence officer and a recognized expert on nonverbal behavior, explains how to "speed-read" people: deco...
Preston Pysh
Jul 29, 2020
@polina_marinova @ProfileRead Polina if you haven’t read @navarrotells book, What Every Body is Saying, you need to check it out. It’s one of my favorites!     source
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Why We Sleep
Unlocking the Power of Sleep and Dreams
Matthew Walker - Jun 19, 2018 (first published in 2017)
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“Why We Sleep is an important and fascinating book…Walker taught me a lot about this basic activity that every person on Earth needs. I suspect his book will do the same for you.” —Bill Gates A New York Times bestseller and international sensation, this “stimulating and important book” (Financial Times) is a fascinating dive into the purpose and po...
Preston Pysh
Oct 18, 2019
@olshansky Great book.     source
Why We Age―and Why We Don't Have To
David A. Sinclair - Sep 10, 2019
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It’s a seemingly undeniable truth that aging is inevitable. But what if everything we’ve been taught to believe about aging is wrong? What if we could choose our lifespan? In this groundbreaking book, Dr. David Sinclair, leading world authority on genetics and longevity, reveals a bold new theory for why we age. As he writes: “Aging is a disease, a...
Preston Pysh
Sep 21, 2019
@Jaygatsbyn1 @APompliano Well @davidasinclair's book is incredible. That's a great start.     source
Life and Work
Ray Dalio - Sep 19, 2017 (first published in 2011)
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Ray Dalio, one of the world’s most successful investors and entrepreneurs, shares the unconventional principles that he’s developed, refined, and used over the past forty years to create unique results in both life and business—and which any person or organization can adopt to help achieve their goals.In 1975, Ray Dalio founded an investment firm, ...
Preston Pysh
Oct 15, 2018
@JonUrbonas @RayDalio Such an amazing book!     source
Consciousness and the Brain
Deciphering How the Brain Codes Our Thoughts
Stanislas Dehaene - Dec 30, 2014
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WINNER OF THE 2014 BRAIN PRIZE A breathtaking look at the new science that can track consciousness deep in the brainHow does our brain generate a conscious thought? And why does so much of our knowledge remain unconscious? Thanks to clever psychological and brain-imaging experiments, scientists are closer to cracking this mystery than ever before.I...
Preston Pysh
Oct 15, 2018
@RayDalio So true Ray! I recently read an amazing book on the subconscious that you would really enjoy. It's called, Consciousness and the Brain: Deciphering How the Brain Codes Our Thoughts. Here's the link:     source
The Interpretation of Financial Statements
Benjamin Graham - Jan 15, 1998 (first published in 1955)
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"All investors, from beginners to old hands, should gain from the use of this guide, as I have."From the Introduction by Michael F. Price, president, Franklin Mutual Advisors, Inc.Benjamin Graham has been called the most important investment thinker of the twentieth century. As a master investor, pioneering stock analyst, and mentor to investment s...
Preston Pysh
Jul 10, 2018
@Hom3Slice @stig_brodersen That’s a great little book, but it’s simply showing you the math behind each ratio. It doesn’t go any further than that.     source