On this page, I publish my notes on the books that I read.
I regret not doing this earlier. I tend to live the books I read for a certain time period after reading it. I tend to refer to it during conversations and think about the ideas when I am free.
The memory then begins to slowly fade away until I only vaguely remember the contents. For example, while the book Rich Dad, Poor Dad kickstarted my financial journey, the ideas I learned there are vague in my mind even though the book’s impact has propagated throughout my actions.
This is why I realized it would be really beneficial for me to keep notes of books I read from now on. While forcing me to concentrate on the book better, keeping notes also helps me to retain vital information later. Even better if someone else can also find these notes helpful.
Book One: Technical Analysis: The Complete Resource for Financial Market Technicians
Book Two: How to Read People Like a Book: A Guide to Speed-Reading People, Understand Body Language and Emotions, Decode Intentions, and Connect Effortlessly
- Show Your Work
- The Unusual Billionaires
- Millionaire Fastlane
- The Power of Habit
- Education of a Value Investor
- How to Win – Mark Cuban
- Am I Being Too Subtle?
- 21 Lessons for the 21st Century
- Crushing It – Gary Vaynerchuck
- Invest It, Sell It, Bank It – Lori Greiner
- The First Billion Is The Hardest
- Losing My Virginity – Richard Branson
- The Reluctant Fundamentalist
- Release Your Brakes