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Book Recommendations for the start of 2021

If you want to start the year with some reading, I have a list of book recommendations that I really enjoyed in 2020. Maybe there is something in there for you as well.

  1. Hold on to Your Kids: Why Parents Need to Matter More Than Peers.
    If you have children or are teaching children in a class, this is a book for you. The content is invaluable, but it is a little bit difficult to read because the authors repeat the same topics over and over. Still my number one book for this year.
  2. The Practice: Shipping Creative Work.
    The motivational kick-in-the-ass for creatives who are eager to make a difference with their own work that matter.
  3. The Neuromancer Trilogy.
    That one is fiction. If you like the stories of the Matrix, this one is perfect. Neuromancer is widely considered as the birth of the Cyberpunk genre.
  4. Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality without Religion.
    The right read for people who want to explore spirituality from a scientific point of view. Free of dogmatism.
  5. Japanese Tales (The Pantheon Fairy Tale and Folklore Library).
    A collection of tales and mythical stories. Full of metaphors about life.
  6. Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids about Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!
    An eye-opener in financial education. While I consider this book an absolute must-read, there is no need to read the others from Robert Kyosaki. Almost everything comes back to the principles explained here.
  7. Cryptocurrency – A Trader’s Handbook: A Complete Guide On How To Trade Bitcoin And Altcoins.
    If you are interested in the techy domain of cryptocurrency and how it can become a valuable asset in your life: don’t leave this one on the shelf.

The links above are affiliate links. If you buy one of the recommended books via Amazon, I get a small part of what you pay as a provision. The price for you stays the same but it supports me and my work. That would be much appreciated.

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