It is never too late to start developing a new perspective to improve your life. And what better way to help you do it than reading?
“Team human” by Doughlas Rushkoff
“Team human” gives a lot of reasons why to become a perfect person we need to practice in a group, not as an individual. It also shows that technology today dominates society and why we have to re-engage and create positive relationships.
“Zucked” by Roger McNamee
Roger McNamee is a venture capitalist and the former advisor of Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg. In this book, he reflects on people’s events and perceptions leading to the disastrous failure of the largest social network in the world.
This is an intriguing discovery of moments that political and cultural crisis can seriously affect a business.
“Company of one: Why staying small is the next big thing for business”, by Paul Jarvis
Freelance designer Paul Jarvis is well-known for his creativity when working for big companies like Yahoo, Microsoft and Mercedes-Benz. In “Company of One”, he gives readers a “behind-the-scenes” look on how he earns six-digit earnings, after leaving his small house on a remote island in Vancouver.
With no intention of expanding his business, Jarvis explained that leaving a high-pressure business world led him to a happier, more successful and productive life.
“How to be a capitalist without any capital” by Nathan Latka
The top “entrepreneur” podcast host has started a software company at the age of 19 with just $ 119 in his bank account. Five years later, his company was valued at $ 10.5 million.
In the book “How to get a capital without without capital”, Nathan Latka, 29, gives advice on how to retire at the age of 29 by just doing the following four things:
1) Focus on one skill
2) Focus on one goal
3) Be unique
4) Attract the masses.
“Broke millennial takes on investing: A beginner’s guide to leveling up your money”, by Erin Lowry
Millennials are people born between 1980 and 2000 (also known as Y generation). They are the first generation to access and grow up with social media, which is the main customer segment of many service industries.
If you are a millennials and you have a personal savings account, you will find this book very useful. Erin Lowry offers simple, understandable advice on how to solve difficult financial problems.