A must-read books
At the beginning of this year, I told myself that I would be reading at least one book a month and I didn't fail myself. I will be sharing 3 of them here and a little summary, I hope you all enjoy them;
1) The Alchemist: It emphasizes the individual and the pursuit of personal ambitions as an excellent contribution to the "Soul of the World." It demonstrates that roadblocks to one's own legend are just that: roadblocks. It invites you to consider your own unique mythology. It delves into the notion of "living the dream."
Author: Paulo Coelho
2) Zero to One: Zero to One is a company starting founder's handbook. Peter Thiel discusses a variety of odd views, including why entrepreneurs should shun competition and instead create (legal) monopolies. He also makes insightful forecasts about technology's future.
Author: Peter Thiel
3) Ikigai; The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life: The blue zones, longevity, logotherapy, flow, yoga, tai chi, and resilience are just a few of the subjects covered in the Ikigai book. It defines Ikigai as well as its regulations. According to the book, you have some power over living a long and fulfilling life.
Author: Héctor García
 Noticebard, 'It’s Called ‘The Alchemist’ and Here’s Why You Should Read It!' (online, 2022) <https://www.noticebard.com/its-called-the-alchemist-and-heres-why-you-should-read-it/>
 Growth.me, 'Zero to One Summary' (online, 2022) <https://growth.me/books/zero-to-one/>
 ischoolconnect, 'Ikigai book | Reasons to read, summary, and much more!
' (online, 2022) <https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/ikigai-book-reasons-to-read-summary-and-much-more/>