Education

Education

Need a summary of The Great Gatsby? Here are 3 lessons from the 3 main characters, based on the plot and some context on this great novel.
Our summary of A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens will give you the key plot points along with a theme analysis and good life lessons.
Maoism explores the ideology of Mao Zedong, the Chinese leader of the communist party of the twentieth century, and how he managed to turn his doctrine into a mass-adopted phenomenon that continues even today, under different forms and shapes.
The Catcher in the Rye describes the adventures of well-off teenage boy Holden Caulfield on a weekend out alone in New York City, illuminating the struggles of young adults with existential questions of morality, identity, meaning, and connection.
1984 is the story of a man questioning the system that keeps his futuristic but dystopian society afloat and the chaos that quickly ensues once he gives in to his natural curiosity and desire to be free.
Brave New World presents a futuristic society engineered perfectly around capitalism and scientific efficiency, in which everyone is happy, conform, and content — but only at first glance.
Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant is an inspiring read by Kiyosaki which comes as a sequel after his first groundbreaking book and presents how hard work doesn’t always equal becoming rich, as wealth is likely a result of smart money decisions.
The Art of Statistics is a non-technical book that shows how statistics is helping humans everywhere get a new hold of data, interpret numbers, fact-check information, and reveal valuable insights, all while keeping the world as we know it afloat.
The 4 Minute Millionaire is a collection of 44 short lessons sourced from the best finance books, each paired with an action item to help you get closer to financial freedom in just 4 minutes a day.
The Wealthy Gardener is a series of stories told from the perspective of an old, wealthy man, who shares the financial wisdom he’s acquired over many years with the members in his community, showing them how to build wealth step-by-step through short yet meaningful anecdotes.
Show Your Work! talks about the importance of being discoverable, showcasing your work like a professional, and networking properly, so that people remember your name and your work, instead of just shaking hands with you for a brief moment.
The Daily Stoic presents the philosophy of Ancient Romans through a compilation of daily meditations of Seneca, Epictetus, Marcus Aurelius, and many other philosophers who seemed to have found lifelong wisdom in stoicism, which is more actual than ever today.
Elite Minds delves into the idea of success and teaches you how to train your mind to tap into its highest potential, adopt a winning mentality, embrace the gifts you’ve been given and improve mental toughness.
Rationality explores the concept of ration as the pylon of all human progress and how it sets us apart from all other species, helping us evolve and developing societal layers, rules of conduct, and moral grounds for all our endeavors in life.
Richard Nixon: The Life presents the detailed biography of the thirty-seventh president of the United States, who became famous for his successful endeavours that put him in the White House and for his controversial life the complexities of being such a top tier political figure.
The Hidden Habits of Genius looks at how geniuses separate themselves from the rest by having in common a distinctive set of characteristics and habits that form a unique way of thinking and cultivating brilliance.
The Law Says What is a book that delivers significant insights into various everyday aspects of the law that most of us don’t know about but really should, how we should navigate between them and get a better understanding of how they can protect us.