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Have you ever left a great book unfinished? Instead, learn or review the key takeaways of bestselling nonfiction, personal development and business books in minutes, instead of hours or never. For Free. Get through your stack of unfinished books or meet your next great read. Learn on your terms with text, PDF, audiobook, animation, infographic and mind map summaries of business and personal development books. Learn more at https://www.getstoryshots.com/ COPYRIGHT NOTICE: The content provided ...
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●Bookey: Empower Your Mind Anywhere, Anytime. Download and check out more features with the Bookey App. ●Bookey app download link: https://www.bookey.app/ ●Why Use Bookey? “So many books, so little time!” Well, no wordy books here, only 30 mins audible book summaries. Unlock the big ideas from world bestseller that cover Self Help, Biography, Leadership Development, Art, Business, Stories and more ebooks. Each title is complemented with a mind map that highlights the essence of the book, all ...
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On 2000 Books podcast, we interview today's top Business and self help authors and get the the most important actionable ideas from the world’s greatest books for ambitious entrepreneurs. We also summarize classic business books and self help books for entrepreneurs such as Napoleon Hill - Think and Grow Rich, Dale Carnegie - How to Win Friends and Influence people, Good to Great, Lean Startup, Zero to One, Never Eat Alone, Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos. Some of the authors interviewed include David ...
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Learn on your terms. Get the PDF, infographic, full ad-free audiobook and animated version of this summary and a lot more on the top-rated StoryShots app: https://www.getstoryshots.com Help us grow to create more amazing content for you! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review the StoryShots podcast now. What should our next book be? …
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Chapter 1 What's ways of seeing "Ways of Seeing" by John Berger is a book that explores the ways in which we perceive art and visual culture. The book is based on the BBC television series of the same name written and presented by Berger. Berger argues that our perception of art is influenced by various social, cultural, and historical factors. He …
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Learn on your terms. Get the PDF, infographic, full ad-free audiobook and animated version of this summary of The Rudest Book Ever and a lot more on the top-rated StoryShots app: https://www.getstoryshots.com Help us grow to create more amazing content for you! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review the StoryShots podcast now. What s…
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Chapter 1 What's Reasons to Stay Alive "Reasons to Stay Alive" is a non-fiction memoir written by Matt Haig. It was published in 2015 and explores the author's personal experience with mental illness, particularly depression and anxiety. The book delves into Haig's darkest moments, his journey towards recovery, and offers insights and advice for ot…
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Chapter 1 What's 1453 "1453" is a historical non-fiction book written by Roger Crowley. It chronicles the Siege of Constantinople, which took place in that year and led to the fall of the Byzantine Empire. The book explores the key events, characters, and strategies that shaped the end of the Byzantine Empire and the rise of the Ottoman Empire unde…
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Chapter 1 What's Turn the Ship Around "Turn the Ship Around" is a leadership book written by L. David Marquet. It was published in 2012 and details Marquet's experience as the captain of the nuclear-powered submarine USS Santa Fe. He shares the story of transforming the ship's culture from a leader-follower model to a leader-leader model, where eac…
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Chapter 1 What's The Zimmermann Telegram "The Zimmermann Telegram" is a non-fiction book written by Barbara W. Tuchman. It was first published in 1958 and explores the events surrounding the Zimmermann Telegram, a secret diplomatic communication sent by the German Foreign Office during World War I. The telegram proposed a military alliance between …
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Chapter 1 What's The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari The book "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari" is a self-help and motivational novel written by Robin Sharma. It tells the story of Julian Mantle, a successful lawyer who decides to sell his luxurious possessions, including his Ferrari, and go on a spiritual journey to find happiness and enlightenment. Throu…
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Learn on your terms. Get the PDF, infographic, full ad-free audiobook and animated version of this summary of Educated and a lot more on the top-rated StoryShots app: https://www.getstoryshots.com Help us grow to create more amazing content for you! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review the StoryShots podcast now. What should our ne…
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Chapter 1 What's Late Bloomers "Late Bloomers: The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early Achievement" is a nonfiction book written by Rich Karlgaard. It explores the idea that success doesn't always come early in life and reveals the advantages of late bloomers. The author presents stories and research to challenge society's obsession wi…
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Chapter 1 What's Tools of Titans "Tools of Titans: The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers" is a book written by Tim Ferriss. It was published in 2016 and is a compilation of interviews and advice from guests of Ferriss's podcast, "The Tim Ferriss Show." The book shares insights and strategies for succes…
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Chapter 1 What's Basic Economics "Basic Economics: A Common Sense Guide to the Economy" is a book written by Thomas Sowell, an American economist and social theorist. Published in 2000, the book presents fundamental principles of economics and provides a comprehensive overview of how economies work, covering topics like supply and demand, market pr…
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Chapter 1 What's Predictably Irrational "Predictably Irrational: The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions" is a book written by Dan Ariely, a behavioral economist and professor at Duke University. It explores the irrational aspects of human decision-making and behavior, challenging the traditional assumption of human rationality. The book delves …
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Chapter 1 What's The Hard Thing About Hard Things "The Hard Thing About Hard Things" is a 2014 business book written by Ben Horowitz, the co-founder of venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz and the former CEO of software company Opsware. The book offers practical advice and insights on entrepreneurship, leadership, and building a successful busi…
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Chapter 1 What's The Diary of a Young Girl The book "The Diary of a Young Girl" is a diary written by Anne Frank, a Jewish girl who went into hiding during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands in World War II. The diary covers the period from June 12, 1942, to August 1, 1944. Anne Frank documented her thoughts, feelings, and experiences while liv…
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Chapter 1 What's The Drama of the Gifted Child "The Drama of the Gifted Child" is a book written by Alice Miller, a Swiss psychanalyst and psychotherapist. It was originally published in 1979, and its full title is "The Drama of the Gifted Child: The Search for the True Self." The book focuses on the psychological development and struggles of excep…
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Chapter 1 What's The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog The book "The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog: And Other Stories from a Child Psychiatrist's Notebook" is written by Bruce D. Perry and Maia Szalavitz. It explores the impact of trauma on children's developing brains and offers insights from the field of neuroscience to understand their recovery. The boo…
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Chapter 1 What's Stop Walking on Eggshells "Stop Walking on Eggshells" is a self-help book written by Paul T. Mason and Randi Kreger. The book primarily focuses on providing guidance for individuals who have a loved one with borderline personality disorder (BPD). It aims to help readers understand the disorder and its impact on relationships, while…
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Chapter 1 What's The Omnivore's Dilemma "The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals" is a non-fiction book written by Michael Pollan and was first published in 2006. The book explores the complex relationships humans have with their food and the various methods of production and consumption. It investigates the industrial food chain, t…
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Chapter 1 What's Difficult Conversations Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most is a book written by Douglas Stone, along with Bruce Patton and Sheila Heen. It was first published in 1999 and is a guide to handling challenging conversations in both personal and professional situations. The book offers practical advice and strateg…
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Chapter 1 What's Tiny Habits "Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That Change Everything" is a book written by B.J. Fogg. In this book, Fogg, a behavioral scientist, provides a practical and effective approach to creating long-lasting habits. He introduces the concept of "tiny habits," which are small actions that are easy to integrate into your daily l…
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Chapter 1 What's The Infinite Game The book "The Infinite Game" by Simon Sinek explores the concept of viewing business and life as an infinite game rather than a finite one. Sinek argues that instead of focusing on short-term wins and competition, individuals and organizations should prioritize long-term success and collaboration. He shares insigh…
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Chapter 1 What's A Promised Land "A Promised Land" is the memoir of Barack Obama, the 44th President of the United States. The book, published in 2020, covers the first term of Obama's presidency from 2008 to 2011, including various significant events such as the financial crisis, the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the operation to kill Osama …
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Chapter 1 What's A Short History of Nearly Everything "A Short History of Nearly Everything" is a nonfiction book written by Bill Bryson. It was published in 2003 and explores various scientific topics, ranging from the origins of the universe to the evolution of life on Earth. The book aims to provide a concise but comprehensive overview of the hi…
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Chapter 1 What's Factfulness Factfulness: Ten Reasons We're Wrong About the World – and Why Things Are Better Than You Think is a book written by Swedish statistician Hans Rosling, along with his son Ola Rosling and daughter-in-law Anna Rosling Rönnlund. The book explores common misconceptions people have about the world and provides a fact-based p…
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Chapter 1 What's The Great Game "The Great Game: The Emergence of Wall Street as a World Power" is a non-fiction book written by John Steele Gordon. It explores the rise and influence of the financial district of Wall Street in New York City, focusing on its evolution from a small trading center to a global financial powerhouse. The book delves int…
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Chapter 1 What's Positive Discipline "Positive Discipline" by Jane Nelsen is a self-help book that provides parents with effective tools and strategies for creating a harmonious and respectful relationship with their children. It offers guidance on addressing challenging behavior, promoting cooperation, and fostering self-discipline in children whi…
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Chapter 1 What's The Reason I Jump The book "The Reason I Jump" was written by Naoki Higashida, a Japanese author who has autism. It is a memoir in which Naoki Higashida provides readers with insights into his experiences and perspective as a person with autism. The book explores topics such as communication, sensory sensitivity, and the challenges…
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Chapter 1 What's Rites of Spring "Rites of Spring: The Great War and the Birth of the Modern Age" is a book written by Modris Eksteins. Published in 1989, it explores the cultural and historical context of World War I and its impact on society, particularly focusing on the intersection of art, culture, and politics during the early 20th century. Th…
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Chapter 1 What's how to read a book "How to Read a Book: The Classic Guide to Intelligent Reading" is a book written by Mortimer J. Adler and co-authored by Charles Van Doren. It was first published in 1940 and since then has become a popular guide for improving reading skills. The book provides strategies and techniques for effectively reading dif…
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Chapter 1 What's The Design of Everyday Things "The Design of Everyday Things" is a book written by Donald Arthur Norman. It explores the principles of human-centered design and provides insights into the relationship between design and usability. Norman discusses various examples from everyday life, such as doors, light switches, and computers, to…
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Chapter 1 What's Hidden Valley Road "Hidden Valley Road: Inside the Mind of an American Family" is a non-fiction book written by Robert Kolker. It was published in 2020 and tells the true story of the Galvin family, who lived in Hidden Valley Road in Colorado. The family had twelve children, and six of them were diagnosed with schizophrenia. The bo…
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Chapter 1 What's Hood Feminism "Hood Feminism: Notes from the Women That a Movement Forgot" is a book written by Mikki Kendall. In this book, Kendall explores the shortcomings of mainstream feminism and discusses the ways in which it has failed women of color and those from marginalized communities. She argues that the feminist movement often focus…
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Chapter 1 What's I Contain Multitudes "I Contain Multitudes: The Microbes Within Us and a Grander View of Life" is a book written by Ed Yong. It explores the fascinating world of microbiomes, the trillions of microbes that live within and around us, shaping our health, behavior, and environment. The book delves into the intricate relationship betwe…
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Chapter 1 What's The Power of Your Subconscious Mind "The Power of Your Subconscious Mind" is a self-help book written by Joseph Murphy, first published in 1963. It explores the power of the subconscious mind and how one can harness its potential to improve various aspects of their life, such as health, relationships, success, and happiness. The bo…
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Chapter 1 What's The Greatest Salesman in the World "The Greatest Salesman in the World" is a self-help book written by Og Mandino, first published in 1968. The book presents a fictional story that follows the life of Hafid, a poor camel boy who becomes the world's greatest salesman. Hafid's success and wisdom are attributed to mastering ten scroll…
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Chapter 1 What's Think Again "Think Again" is a non-fiction book written by Adam Grant. It was published in February 2021. The book focuses on the concept of rethinking and unlearning our beliefs and ideas in order to embrace new perspectives and grow intellectually. Adam Grant, an organizational psychologist, explores strategies for challenging an…
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Chapter 1 What's Of Human Bondage "Of Human Bondage" is a semi-autobiographical novel written by British author W. Somerset Maugham. It was published in 1915 and tells the story of Philip Carey, a young orphan with a clubfoot, who struggles to find his place in the world. The novel explores themes such as love, art, religion, and the human conditio…
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Chapter 1 What's The Selfish Gene "The Selfish Gene" is a book written by Richard Dawkins, an evolutionary biologist and ethologist. Published in 1976, the book focuses on the gene-centered view of evolution. Dawkins explains how genes, not individuals or species, are the fundamental drivers of evolution and describes how they can influence human b…
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Chapter 1 What's Toxic Parents "Toxic Parents" is a self-help book written by Susan Forward, a psychotherapist, and Craig Buck. The book explores the topic of toxic or abusive parents and provides strategies for dealing with the emotional and psychological effects of such relationships. It delves into various types of toxic parents, including those…
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Chapter 1 What's The Righteous Mind The book "The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion" is written by social psychologist Jonathan Haidt. Published in 2012, the book explores the psychological foundations of morality, particularly how moral beliefs and values differ among individuals and cultures. Haidt argues that m…
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Chapter 1 What's Emotional Blackmail "Emotional Blackmail: When the People in Your Life Use Fear, Obligation, and Guilt to Manipulate You" is a self-help book written by Susan Forward. It discusses how people can manipulate others through the use of fear, obligation, and guilt. The book explores various case studies and provides tools and strategie…
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Chapter 1 What's Astrophysics for People in a Hurry "Astrophysics for People in a Hurry" is a popular science book written by Neil deGrasse Tyson. It was published in 2017 and aims to give an accessible introduction to the field of astrophysics for readers who may not have a background in science or a lot of time to spend on a comprehensive study. …
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Chapter 1 What's The Inner Game of Tennis "The Inner Game of Tennis" is a bestselling self-help book written by W. Timothy Gallwey. First published in 1974, the book explores the mental and psychological aspects of playing tennis and self-improvement. It introduces the concept of the "inner game" which refers to the mental obstacles and self-doubt …
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Chapter 1 What's The Gifts of Imperfection The book "The Gifts of Imperfection: Let Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who You Are" by Brené Brown is a self-help and personal development book. It explores the concepts of vulnerability, courage, and worthiness, and encourages readers to let go of perfectionism and embrace their au…
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Chapter 1 What's The Smartest Guys in the Room "The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Scandalous Fall of Enron" is a book written by Bethany McLean and Peter Elkind. It explores the rise and fall of Enron Corporation, one of the largest energy trading companies in the world, and its subsequent bankruptcy in 2001. The book delves into …
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Chapter 1 What's The Rise And Fall Of The Third Reich "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" is a historical non-fiction book written by William L. Shirer. It was first published in 1960 and provides a detailed account of the history of Germany from the rise of the Nazi Party to Adolf Hitler's dictatorship, and ultimately, the defeat of Nazi German…
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Chapter 1 What's Crossing The Chasm "Crossing The Chasm" by Geoffrey A. Moore is a book that focuses on the challenges faced by technology companies when trying to bring their products or innovations to the mainstream market. The book provides a framework for understanding the different stages of technology adoption, and specifically addresses the …
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Chapter 1 What's The Emperor of All Maladies "The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer" is a non-fiction book written by Siddhartha Mukherjee, an Indian-American physician and researcher. Published in 2010, the book provides a comprehensive history of cancer, focusing on its origins, treatment methods, and the ongoing battle against the d…
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