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The Psychology of Money: Timeless Lessons on Wealth, Greed, and Happiness
“The Psychology of Money is bursting with interesting ideas and practical takeaways. Quite simply, it is essential reading for anyone interested in being better with money. Everyone should own a copy.” ―James Clear, Author, millioncopy bestseller Atomic Habits
“Few people write about finance with the graceful clarity of Morgan Housel. The Psychology of Money is an essential read for anyone who wants to make wiser decisions or live a richer life.” ―Daniel H. Pink, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of WHEN, TO SELL IS HUMAN, and DRIVE
“Morgan Housel is that rare writer who can translate complex concepts into gripping, easy-to-digest narrative. The Psychology of Money is a fast-paced, engaging read that will leave you with both the knowledge to understand why we make bad financial decisions and the tools to make better ones.” ―Annie Duke, Author, Thinking in Bets
“Morgan Housel is one of the brightest new lights among financial writers. He is accessible to everyone wanting to learn more about the psychology of money. I highly recommend this book.” ―James P. O’Shaughnessy, Author, What Works on Wall Street
“Housel’s observations often hit the daily double: they say things that haven’t been said before, and they make sense.” ―Howard Marks, Director and CoChairman, Oaktree Capital & Author, The Most Important Thing and Mastering the Market Cycle
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Doing well with money isn’t necessarily about what you know. It’s about how you behave. And behavior is hard to teach, even to really smart people.
Money―investing, personal finance, and business decisions―is typically taught as a math-based field, where data and formulas tell us exactly what to do. But in the real world people don’t make financial decisions on a spreadsheet. They make them at the dinner table, or in a meeting room, where personal history, your own unique view of the world, ego, pride, marketing, and odd incentives are scrambled together.
In The Psychology of Money, award-winning author Morgan Housel shares 19 short stories exploring the strange ways people think about money and teaches you how to make better sense of one of life’s most important topics.
About the Author
Morgan Housel is a partner at The Collaborative Fund and a former columnist at The Motley Fool and The Wall Street Journal. He is a two-time winner of the Best in Business Award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, winner of the New York Times Sidney Award, and a two-time finalist for the Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism.
Title: The Psychology of Money: Timeless lessons on wealth, greed, and happiness
Author: Morgan Housel
Published Year: 2020
Publisher: Jaico Publishing House
Dimensions: 20.3 x 25.4 x 4.7 cm
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Think and Grow RichRs. 1,490.00Read more
- By 2015 over 100 million copies had been sold worldwide
- Listed in John C. Maxwell’s A Lifetime “Must Read” Books List.
- BusinessWeek magazine’s Best-Seller List ranked it the sixth best-selling paperback business book 70 years after it was published.
“During the past twenty-five years I have been blessed with more good fortune than any individual deserves but I shudder to think where I’d be today, or what I’d be doing if I had not been exposed to Napoleon Hill’s philosophy. It changed my life.” –Og Mandino, The Greatest Salesman in the World
Factfulness: Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About The World – And Why Things Are Better Than You ThinkRs. 2,490.00Read more
- Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Nominee for Longlist (2018)
- Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Nonfiction (2018)
- #1 Sunday Times bestseller
- Instant New York Times bestseller
- Observer ‘best brainy book of the decade’
- #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller
- Irish Times bestseller
- Guardian bestseller *
A hopeful book about the potential for human progress when we work off facts rather than our inherent biases. — Barack Obama
One of the most important books I’ve ever read-an indispensable guide to thinking clearly about the world. — Bill Gates
Factfulness … , a light-hearted but data-rich book, calibrates our view of the world and explains how our cognitive processes can lead us astray — Steven Pinker ― New Statesman, The best books of 2018
A powerful antidote to pervasive pessimism and populist untruths. — Andrew Rawnsley ― Observer, Book of the Year
A wonderful guide to an improving world, as well as being a well-stocked source of sound advice as to how to think about factual and statistical claims . . . The book is a pleasure to read – simple, clear, memorable writing – and when you’ve finished you’ll be a lot wiser about the world. You’ll also feel rather happier . . . Factfulness – the relaxing peace of mind you get when you have a clearer view of how the world really is . . . I strongly recommend this book. — Tim Harford
Hans Rosling tells the story of “the secret silent miracle of human progress” as only he can. But Factfulness does much more than that. It also explains why progress is so often secret and silent and teaches readers how to see it clearly. — Melinda Gates
Factfulness has the power to shift your entire perspective. If you want to understand the world, read it now! — Rolf Dobelli
Factfulness is a fabulous read, succinct and lively. It asks why so many people – including Nobel laureates and medical researchers – get the numbers so wrong on pressing issues such as poverty, pandemics and climate change… a just tribute to this book and the man would be a global day of celebration for facts about our world. — Jim O’Neill ― Nature
It was such a hopeful book – it’s about why society is better off than we think and how many of the problems we think exist, don’t — Talita von Fürstenberg ― Vogue
The Intelligent Investor: The Definitive Book on Value Investing
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“By far the best book on investing ever written.” — Warren Buffett
“If you read just one book on investing during your lifetime, make it this one” — Fortune
“The wider Mr. Graham’s gospel spreads, the more fairly the market will deal with its public.” — Barron’s
Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance
Rs. 2,990.00Read more
- JP MORGAN’S BEST SUMMER READ OF 2016
- New York Times bestseller
- Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Nonfiction (2016)
In this instant New York Times bestseller, Angela Duckworth shows anyone striving to succeed that the secret to outstanding achievement is not talent, but a special blend of passion and persistence she calls “grit.” “Inspiration for non-geniuses everywhere” (People).
“Grit delves into the personal ingredients of great success. It’s worth reading…the gist is that talent and skill are less valuable than effort.” —Andrew Ross Sorkin, The New York Times
“It really isn’t talent but practice—along with passion—that makes perfect, explains psychologist Duckworth in this illuminating book. Inspiration for non-geniuses everywhere.” —People
“[Have] no doubt: Grit is great. It’s a lucid, informative, and entertaining review of the research Angela has assiduously conducted over the past decade or so. The book also includes suggestions on how to develop grit, and how we can help support grit in others. There are few people who wouldn’t learn something from this book.” —Scientific American (blog)
“Duckworth is the researcher most associated with the study and popularization of grit. And yet what I like about her new book, Grit, is the way she is pulling away from the narrow, joyless intonations of that word, and pointing us beyond the way many schools are now teaching it…Most important, she notes that the quality of our longing matters. Gritty people are resilient and hard working, sure. But they also, she writes, know in a very, very deep way what it is they want.” —David Brooks, New York Times
“Offers invaluable lessons to business leaders, parents, recruiters, and almost anyone who wishes to have a roadmap to achieve greater levels of success.” —Forbes
Why the Rich are Getting RicherRs. 1,990.00Read more
Robert T. Kiyosaki
It’s Robert Kiyosaki’s position that “It is our educational system that causes the gap between the rich and everyone else.” He laid the foundation for many of his messages in the international best-seller Rich Dad Poor Dad — the #1 Personal Finance book of all time — and in Why the Rich Are Getting Richer, he makes his case…
In this book,
- the reader will learn why the gap between the rich and everyone else grows wider.
- the reader will get an explanation of why savers are losers.
- the reader will find out why debt and taxes make the rich richer.
- the reader will learn why traditional education actually causes many highly educated people, such as Robert’s poor dad, to live poorly.
- the reader will find out why going to school, working hard, saving money, buying a house, getting out of debt, and investing for the long term in the stock market is the worst financial advice for most people.
- the reader will learn the answers Robert found on his life-long search, after repeatedly asking the question, “When will we learn about money?”
- the reader will find out why real financial education may never be taught in schools.
- the reader will find out “What financially education is… really.”
Body Language: How to Read Others’ Thoughts by Their Gestures
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Decrypting body language has been a fascinating subject for me. There are a number of different ‘theories’ for interpreting our common gestures. Allan Pease’s Body Language is book is a brief, well-organized and easy to understand guide book which contains the basics of non-verbal communication. With everything being explained from a practical standpoint, readers of any understanding of the subject could read the book quite easily. – Tharindu Dissanayake
Many years ago, one of my martial arts instructors made his students read this book. At the end of the lesson he would set a chapter to read before we came back for next week’s lesson. Reading that chapter was not optional, because he would ask each student something about the homework chapter. We thought his fascination with the book was a little strange to begin with, but we quickly learned otherwise. We didn’t know it at the time, but our instructor was teaching us about situational awareness. Reading body language is a big part of situational awareness, and most instructors don’t have time (or the knowledge) to go into the fine details of the subject. This is a great book that everyone should read at least once in their lives, it’s easier to avoid trouble if you can read the moods of the people around you. – Beau Johnston
Noise: A Flaw in Human JudgementRs. 3,490.00Read more
Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony & Cass R. Sunstein
The Sunday Times bestseller
From the world-leaders in strategic thinking and the multi-million copy bestselling authors of Thinking Fast and Slow and Nudge, the next big book to change the way you think.
“The gold standard for a behavioral science book is to offer novel insights, rigorous evidence, engaging writing, and practical applications. It’s rare for a book to cover more than two of those bases, but Noise rounds all four—it’s a home run. Get ready for some of the world’s greatest minds to help you rethink how you evaluate people, make decisions, and solve problems.”―Adam Grant, author of Think Again and host of the TED podcast WorkLife
“Noise completes a trilogy that started with Thinking, Fast and Slow and Nudge. Together, they highlight what all leaders need to know to improve their own decisions, and more importantly, to improve decisions throughout their organizations. Noise reveals a critical lever for improving decisions, not captured in much of the existing behavioral economics literature. I encourage you to read Noise soon, before noise destroys more decisions in your organization.”―Max H. Bazerman, author of Better, Not Perfect
“The influence of Noise should be seismic, as it explores a fundamental yet grossly underestimated peril of human judgment. Deepening its must-read status, it provides accessible methods for reducing the decisional menace.”―Robert Cialdini, author of Influence and Pre-Suasion
“Choices matter. Unfortunately, many of the choices people make are fundamentally flawed by the presence of noise, the subject of this absolutely fascinating and essential book. It is deeply researched, thoughtful, and accessible. I began it with a sense of intrigue and concluded it with a sense of celebration. We can make better choices in business, politics, and our personal lives. This book lights the way.”―Rita McGrath, author of Seeing Around Corners
“Brilliant! Noise goes deep on an under-appreciated source of error in human judgment: randomness. The story of noise has lacked the charisma of the story of cognitive bias…until now. Kahneman, Sibony, and Sunstein bring noise to life, making a compelling case for why we should take random variation in human judgment as seriously as we do bias and offering practical solutions for reducing noise (and bias) in judgment.”
―Annie Duke, author of Thinking in Bets
“Noise may be the most important book I’ve read in more than a decade. A genuinely new idea so exceedingly important you will immediately put it into practice. A masterpiece.”―Angela Duckworth, author of Grit
“In Noise, the authors brilliantly apply their unique and novel insights into the flaws in human judgment to every sphere of human endeavor: from moneyball coaches to central bankers to military commanders to heads of state. Noise is a masterful achievement and a landmark in the field of psychology.“―Philip E. Tetlock, coauthor of Superforecasting
“The earth has been so fully explored that scientists can’t possibly discover a previously unknown mammal the size of an elephant. The same could be said about the landscape of decision-making, yet Kahneman, Sibony, and Sunstein have discovered a problem as large as an elephant: noise. In this important book they show us why noise matters, why there’s so much more of it than we realize, and how to reduce it. Implementing their advice would give us more profitable businesses, healthier citizens, a fairer legal system, and happier lives.”―Jonathan Haidt, NYU Stern School of Business
“Noise is an absolutely brilliant investigation of a massive societal problem that has been hiding in plain sight.”―Steven Levitt, coauthor of Freakonomics
“A tour de force of scholarship and clear writing.”―New York Times
“Well-researched, convincing and practical book . . . written by the all-star team . . . The details and evidence will satisfy rigorous and demanding readers, as will the multiple viewpoints it offers on noise. Every academic, policymaker, leader and consultant ought to read this book. People with the power and persistence required to apply the insights in Noise will make more humane and fair decisions, save lives, and prevent time, money and talent from going to waste.”―Robert Sutton, Washington Post
“Compelling…A humbling lesson in inaccuracy.”―Financial Times
The New Great Depression: Winners and Losers in a Post-Pandemic World
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- A Wall Street Journal and National Bestseller!
“Rickards…makes the important point that depressions are as much psychological as numeric…Intriguing policy recommendation…sound advice to investors on how to structure a portfolio to deal with both the threat of deflation and inflation…a bracing collection of salvos…with many genuine insights, which make it an enjoyable book to argue with. Let’s just hope that the next 30 years are less bleak than Mr Rickards expects.” —The Financial Times
The man who predicted the worst economic crisis in US history shows you how to survive it.
The current crisis is not like 2008 or even 1929. The New Depression that has emerged from the COVID pandemic is the worst economic crisis in U.S. history. Most fired employees will remain redundant. Bankruptcies will be common, and banks will buckle under the weight of bad debts. Deflation, debt, and demography will wreck any chance of recovery, and social disorder will follow closely on the heels of market chaos. The happy talk from Wall Street and the White House is an illusion. The worst is yet to come.
But for knowledgeable investors, all hope is not lost.
In The New Great Depression, James Rickards, New York Times bestselling author of Aftermath and The New Case for Gold, pulls back the curtain to reveal the true risks to our financial system and what savvy investors can do to survive — even prosper — during a time of unrivaled turbulence. Drawing on historical case studies, monetary theory, and behind-the-scenes access to the halls of power, Rickards shines a clarifying light on the events taking place, so investors understand what’s really happening and what they can do about it.
A must-read for any fans of Rickards and for investors everywhere who want to understand how to preserve their wealth during the worst economic crisis in US history.
Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and ProgressRs. 2,490.00Read more
- Goodreads Choice Award Nominee for Nonfiction (2018)
- THE TOP TEN SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
‘Bristles with pure, crystalline intelligence, deep knowledge and human sympathy’ –Richard Dawkins
My new favourite book of all time — Bill Gates
Pinker is right. Not just a bit right, but completely, utterly, incontrovertibly right … for most people, life is better, even if they don’t realise it — Dominic Sandbrook ― Daily Mail
Brimming with surprising data and entertaining anecdotes … a genuinely enlightening book — Jan-Werner Müller ― Financial Times
In Enlightenment Now, Steven Pinker extols the amazing achievements of modernity, and demonstrates that humankind has never been so peaceful, healthy and prosperous. There is of course much to argue about, but that’s what makes this book so interesting. — Yuval Noah Harari
Pinker is a paragon of exactly the kind of intellectual honesty and courage we need — David Brooks ― The New York Times
In his new book, Enlightenment Now, cognitive scientist Steven Pinker makes a more convincing case for the sciences benefiting the arts ― New Scientist
A characteristically fluent, decisive and data-rich demonstration of why, given the chance to live at any point in human history, only a stone-cold idiot would choose any time other than the present — Sam Leith ― Spectator
How To Raise Your Own SalaryRs. 1,090.00Read more
Do you wish to acquire the wealth, power, and prestige that you always dreamed of? Then this is the book for you. In how to raise your own salary, Napoleon Hill brings to light a blueprint of success. In it are seventeen principles of personal achievement, such as ‘go the extra mile,’ ‘Develop an attractive personality,’ ‘cultivate a creative vision,’ to name a few. These steps of personal growth and advancement were taught to Hill by Andrew Carnegie, a man who rose to the heights of success at a time when he had little money, schooling, and influence. Giving a timeless, practical philosophy of success through the lifetime experiences of the greatest industrialist of his time, this book will help you in making your dreams a reality.