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Burn the Business Plan

We’ve read a lot of business books, and this is the best one, in large part because the person writing it has done real

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The Rabbit Effect

A new book argues that certain things we think of as effecting the soul or mind also have demonstrable physical effects. For instance, studies

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The Accidental Anarchist

This story is so wild you’ll think it’s fiction, but it’s based on the diaries of a Jew living in Russia in the early

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The Wright Brothers

We take flying for granted, but this book reminds us that, not so long ago, human flight was regarded as a miracle. This book

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White

“I wondered when liberal progressives had become such society matrons, clutching their pearls in horror every time anyone had an opinion that...

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Educated

This is one of the few stories we’ve found so compelling that we read it in a single day. It’s the almost unbelievable tale

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Red Notice

What would living in the US be like if the government was run by the mafia? Think about that and you’ll have some idea

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The Club

Used to be, a few guys got together, had a few drinks, told a few lies, and generally tried to impress each other. Back

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80/20 Running

Are you a runner? When training, do you really push yourself? Try to run as fast as possible? That would seem to make sense.

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David Copperfield

Yes, Dickens is a dead white man. He’s also one of the greatest storytellers in history. And very easy, and rewarding, to read. More

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