Book summaries

Bigger, Leaner, Stronger Summary

Want to know the real deal on how to get bigger, leaner, and stronger?In this book, Legion Athletics founder and fitness author Michael Matthews dispels plenty of popular myths and shows scientific, tried and tested ways on how to lose weight, gain muscles, and become stronger. Who should read this?Anyone looking to build muscle and …

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Shoe Dog Summary

“The secret of happiness, I’d always suspected, the essence of beauty or truth, or all we ever need to know of either, lay somewhere in that moment when the ball is in midair, when both boxers sense the approach of the bell, when the runners near the finish line and the crowd rises as one. …

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You Are A Badass Summary

What we tell ourselves and what we do with those invisible scripts determines our success in life is the main driving point of this book. The author pushes hard on the idea that we control our destiny and attract either good or bad fortune depending on the energies we “vibrate”. Who should read this?People who …

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The Fifth Agreement Summary

The follow-up book from the best-selling, “The Fourth Agreement”, father (author) and son tandem Don Miguel Ruiz and Jose Miguel Ruiz takes us deeper into the power of the Self and the importance of being authentic and true to gain absolute freedom to be who we are.   Who should read this?Anyone looking to see through …

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Psycho-Cybernetics Summary

Author Dr. Maxwell Maltz coined the term “Cybernetics” to define the act of “steering your mind to a productive, useful goal so you can reach the greatest port in the world” —peace of mind. The book is a distillation of everything that Dr. Maltz learned from nearly a decade of counseling such patients combined with …

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The Omnivore’s Dilemma Summary

In today’s modern world where there’s literally hundreds of food types available, which ones should we eat?Psychologist Paul Rozin referred to this as the “Omnivore’s Dilemma”.In this summary of his best selling book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma, author Michael Pollan examines and shares his insights on the types of foods that America is producing today and …

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Never Split the Difference Summary

Negotiation is a part of everyday life. It’s about getting a specific goal or result happen by means of communication.✓ we negotiate our salary✓ negotiate time with our spouses✓ parents negotiate with their kidsThis book reveals the techniques and logic behind a successful negotiation. Using decades of experience as the FBI’s top negotiation expert, Chris …

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Leaders Eat Last Summary

The title of this book was inspired by the US Marines. In the foreword, retired Lt. General George Flynn explains that when Marines gather to eat, most juniors are served first and most seniors eat last. Nobody gives this command. Marines just do it.According to the general, this very act epitomizes the US Marines’ approach …

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