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With that said, let’s take a look at our books of the week!

Who Will Cry When You Die? by Robin Sharma

1-Sentence-Summary: Who Will Cry When You Die? helps you leave a lasting legacy of greatness after you’re gone by giving specific tips on how to become the best version of yourself and the kind that makes others grateful for all of your contributions to their lives and the world.

  1. Being honest and knowing how to put failure into perspective will help you be happier.
  2. Imitating children and taking care of your body are two great ways to rediscover the joy in life.
  3. Stop complaining by adopting a more proactive mindset and looking more at what you can contribute than what’s wrong.

If you want to make a difference, be happier, and live a lasting impression on those around you, this book is for you.

Super Attractor by Gabrielle Bernstein

1-Sentence-Summary: Super Attractor will help you become happier, find your purpose, overcome your fears, and begin living the life you’ve always wanted by identifying the steps you need to take to connect with a higher spiritual power.

  1. Every thought you have sends vibes out to the universe, the only question is whether they’re good or bad and which they’re bringing back to you.
  2. It’s okay to want to feel good and admitting this is the first step to making positive energy a habit.
  3. Appreciation is the best way to make your dreams become reality.

If you want to become the kind of person who attracts success, this book is for you.

Winners Take All by Anand Giridharadas

1-Sentence-Summary: Winners Take All helps you see the ultra-rich in a more accurate light by identifying their shady strategies, including using the idea of “making the world a better place” as a front that only serves as a way to solidify their wealth and power.

  1. The elite control social progress, which we think is happening for our benefit but really only benefits them.
  2. Inequality is rampant because the “win-win” attitude of the ultra-rich is actually a lie to cover up their plans to only look out for themselves.
  3. Powerful people often deny their influence, which ironically just cements their status even further.

If you want to see why most of the elite are wolves in sheep’s clothing, this book is for you.

That’s everything for now, we hope your new week is off to a great start!

Happy reading,

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