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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Japanese Tales (The Pantheon Fairy Tale and Folklore Library).
A collection of tales and mythical stories. Full of metaphors about life.
- 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.
- 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.
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