Top Reads and Useful Resources

Here is a list of books and useful resources I want to share with you. I have personally not only enjoyed them but mostly used and applied their content for this Blog and as well in my personal life. I hope these will be highly valuable to you too!

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  • The Millionaire Next Door, Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko
    • The average millionaire does not live in a McMansion with 3 Lamborghinis, who are they? Find out more here.
  • Rich Dad, Poor Dad, Robert T. Kiyosaki
    • A must read for newbies in the Personal Finance sphere, however with some reserves, I have reviewed the book here.
  • Scarcity – The true cost of not having enough, Sendhil Mullainathan and Eldar Shafir
    • Really enjoyed the concepts presented in this book which will help you understand the behavior and psychology behind scarcity.
    • How do you think when you are hungry? Lonely? Poor?
    • Concepts I found particularly appealing : Mental bandwidth and focus dividend
  • Mindless Eating, Brian Wansink
    • Brilliant and fun read!
    • We are tricked into so many ways every time we eat (size, color, smells, lighting, emotions,..) because we do it mindlessly.
    • The good news is we can apply the mindless way of eating by switching it for the positive and then become healthier, thinner mindlessly as well : Smaller plates, see what we eat, hiding candies in a jar, putting it out of sight,… and still eat whatever we want (just in smaller portions for instance).

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