The Creative Art: A Way of Being Summary

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The Creative Art: A Way of Being is written by Rick Rubin a famous music producer. The book has 78 parts where he talks about what it means to be an artist and how to be creative. He believes that everyone is an artist and offers ideas to help people overcome obstacles and create art. … Read more

The 8 Rules of Love

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The 8 Rules of Love is written by Jay Shetty‘s new book is now available. This book is for everyone, no matter if you are single, in a relationship, dating or recovering from a breakup. Jay said that he put his heart and soul into writing this book. He spent the last two years learning … Read more

Stone Maidens Summary

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“Stone Maidens” by Lloyd Devereux Richards is a thriller about a string of serial murders in the Midwest. A lot of young girls are missing there. Later they found with their internal organs removed and replaced with carved stone figurines in their throats. The case is being led by FBI Special Agent Christine Prusik. A … Read more

“Spare” by Prince Harry

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Spare is an upcoming book that offers an insightful and personal look at the life of Prince Harry. This memoir is a reflection of Prince Harry’s life story, extending until the sad loss of his mother, Princess Diana. The book highlights the relationship between Prince Harry and his brother, William, who is now the Prince … Read more

Lessons in Chemistry Summary

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“Lessons in Chemistry” by Bonnie Garmus is a national bestseller about a woman named Elizabeth Zott. She was once a chemist at the Hastings Research Institute but became a television chef after becoming a single mother. Elizabeth faces challenges as a woman in the 1950s-1960s workplace, including sexism and limited ambitions. The book follows Elizabeth’s … Read more

It Ends with Us Book Summary

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“It Ends with Us” is a novel by Colleen Hoover. It tells the story of a young woman named Lily and her relationships with two men, Ryle and Atlas. The novel explores themes of love, abuse, and self-discovery. Lily is a young woman who has just started a new job as a physical therapist. She … Read more

The Midnight Library

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The Midnight Library, Matt Haig’s one-of-a-kind novel, ponders life’s endless possibilities. It tells the story of Nora Seed, a young woman who lives a dull, everyday existence and feels undesired and unaccomplished. One night her anguish reaches a peak, and she commits suicide. But the story doesn’t end there; Nora gets to see how her … Read more

Blue Ocean Strategy

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When professors Renée Mauborgne and W. Chan Kim published Blue Ocean Strategy in 2005, it transformed the subject of business strategy. While strategy fads come and go, Mauborgne and Kim’s groundbreaking research remains highly relevant more than a decade after its initial publication. Mauborgne summarises an important aspect of his original theory in this brief vignette: … Read more

Ego is the Enemy

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Ego is the Enemy advises individuals to quit babbling, forget their tales, restrain their passions, learn from everything they do, accept failure, and never stop working. He tells stories about elite sports, politicians, and corporate leaders who learned the hard way about the consequences of ego, as well as stories about quiet workers who made … Read more

Essentialism: Do Better with Less

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Greg McKeown, the co-author of Multipliers, gives a detailed, workable method for reducing your life with this book “Essentialism”.  Greg McKeown makes an enthusiastic, credible case for downsizing in this New York Times million-copy bestseller. He advocates simplifying your life processes, particularly those related to your job. He endorses avoiding reactive decisions in favour of … Read more