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My year end wrap up of my favorite reads from 2022 organized by month. Let me know if u want more information about any of them. ❤️
#favoritereads2022 #favoritebooks2022 #readingcommunity #RomanceReaders #romancelandia #romancebooks #audiobook #BookRecommendations
Books: January

Still Beating by Jennifer Hartmann
Something Fabulous by Alexis Hall
Written in the Stars and Hang the Moon by Alexandria Bellefleur
Radha & Jai’s Recipe for Romance by Nisha Sharma
His Grumpy Childhood Friend by Jackie Lau
Books: February

Teach Me, Touch Me, and Temper Me by Alexandria House
Far From Bliss by Lexi Blake
Count Your Lucky Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur
Under One Roof by Ali Hazelwood
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ANNOUNCEMENT 🧵 from Three Essays Collective!

Paperback reprints of The Present in Delhi's Pasts by Sunil Kumar are now available in India!

An essential book in any serious reading list on the history of Delhi.


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Re-doing my #BookRecommendations for beginners in the world of systematic/quantitative trading and investing as recently received several Qs.

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In no particular order -
1. Systematic Trading by Rob Carver
2. Expected Returns by Antti Ilmanen. This book shares expected sources of returns from past. not that one may find those now. He also featured on @choffstein podcast - "Flirting With Models". Worth a listen.
3. Inside the Black Box - Rishi Narang
This is essentially talking about all moving parts that may be needed for an algo trading set up.
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Thought I’d share some of the #books I have read this year! Didn’t think I’d done much #reading this year but I’ve definitely done better than I thought! #BookRecommendations #BookLover #ReadingList
First up Chasing New Horizons - the story of the New Horizons satellite journey to #Pluto. A fascinating look at the project and how it all came together. #ILovePluto A picture of a Lego figure ...
Next up another space related book. #Curiosity the story of the not so little #Mars rover. I really enjoyed this book as the background to the projects is fascinating. So many projects nearly don’t see the light of day. #Space #Technology #ReadingList #BookTwitter A picture of a Lego figure ...
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#BookReview #BookRecommendations

Your Dharma and Mine - Shatavadhani Dr. R. Ganesh

A book that makes the reader contemplate on every single word, a truly genius of a book.

I wouldn’t even dare to even think of rating this book, but yet it has maximum stars for me & beyond

Dharma, what does it mean? What does it signify? For such existential questions, one definite reference is this book by Dr. Ganesh. Samanya Dharma which is the core tenet of our lives is discussed in very fine detail.

The author has quoted multiple sources including Samhitas, Arayanakas, Upanishads, Srimad Bhagwad Gita, Puranas like Agni Purana, Mahabharatha, Yajnyavalkya Smriti, Manu Smriti, Apastamba-dharma-sutra to name a few.

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The Magicians of Mazda

Author: @ashwinsanghi
Publisher: @HarperCollinsIN
Rating: ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

For a detailed book review, read the entire thread.

Thanks to @IndicaBooks and @IndicaOrg for bringing it to my attention.
#1000ReviewersClub2022 #BookRecommendations #BharatSeries
If you perfectly combine history, geography, science, mythology, and fiction, you'll have a delicious book cocktail. Aside from the Bharat series, there is no such thing as a perfect book cocktail.

The seventh book in the Bharat series is The Magicians of Mazda.
Books in the Bharat series are, as usual, very catchy. I'm accustomed to finishing Ashwinji's book faster than others. When I start reading any book in the Bharat series, my reading speed increases, and I try to finish the last chapter as soon as possible.
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#BookRecommendations for beginners in the world of systematic/quantitative trading and investing. Will add more with time.

Retweet/Share with anyone who might benefit.

In no particular order -

1. Systematic Trading by Rob Carver @investingidiocy Image
2. Expected Returns by Antti Ilmanen Image
3. Inside the Black Box - Rishi Narang Image
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Books every Entrepreneur, Founder, and Angel Investor should read this weekend.
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(I) High Growth Handbook: Scaling Startups From 10 to 10,000 People by Elad Gil

Recommendation from Peter D. Spradling, Co-Founder & COO at Marco

“The bible for early stage companies.” High Growth Handbook:  “The bible for early stage companie
(II) Start With Why by Simon Sinek

Recommendation from Noah Shapiro, Co-Founder at Boober

“A great framework for staying grounded in the unique reason you created your business and maintaining inspiration throughout the journey.”
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Why having a pulse oximeter is so important if you get sick. You can get one on Amazon or drug store.
Lots of contraindications and drug interactions with Paxlovid. Even if you can qualify or get it prescribed, you may not be able to take it. Here's detailed info:
Bottom line: TALK TO YOUR DOCTORS. Show them the FDA Paxlovid sheet. I'm hearing from people that some of their doctors don't know the contraindications & drug interactions, and others here are downplaying and dismissing the FDA info. Twitter is not a health care provider. ❤🙏
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Bitly links of the #BookSummaries I have written from Non-Finance to Finance.
Do share if helpful !🙂

🔸 The only self help book I recommend.
Made these notes post my 3rd reading & implementation of the book.

Atomic Habits :
🔸The secret to a productive, happy & healthy life.
Wisdom in simple words !

Ikigai :

🔸 My all time favourite , read in any mood kinda book, for simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.

A Book Of Simple Living :
🔸Social Media makes us crave for validation. How one can stay true to themselves despite it.

The Courage to be Disliked :

🔸 Nuggets of wisdom by Naval Ravikant shared by Eric Jorgensen

The Almanack of Naval Ravikant :
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One of the first books I read on investing in 2009 was this 💎of a book on Warren Buffett called


A great read for investors, given current stock market conditions.

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Buy an easy to understand business run by honest & capable management with MINIMAL VARIABLE PARAMETERS( Avoid Complex Bus.)

Pay less for your share than what it is actually worth in terms of future earning potential.
Hold onto it patiently !

🔸Gain basic knowledge of accounting & financial markets.
🔸Read business Magazines , Periodicals, Annual Reports & Concalls
🔸Get going !

A basic checklist that shall help you figure if you are actually a Long Term Investor or not.
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Can we always be connected?

A thread #4 🧵 inspired by a book 📚 “The Culture Code” by @DanielCoyle

“Culture is a set of living relationships working toward a shared goal. It’s not something you are. It’s something you do.”

#BookRecommendations #agile
"The Culture Code" provides great insights into how successful teams are created, shares ideas distilled from scientific research and close examination of many successful groups: sport, navy, comedians, jewellery thieves or modern software companies, eg. Google, Pixar,IDEO.
This book explains that there is no mystery behind great teams, but it’s rather a process that can be understood and controlled. It shows also that building a cohesive team requires a constant and conscious effort; a team is not built at once and once only.
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I’ve read about 150 books (mostly on management, leadership and business) in the last five years. Here are books I recommend for those transitioning into a leadership role, and/or are middle managers. #BookRecommendations #leadership
Transitioning into a leadership role is very exciting but can be challenging. As a leader, you have to effectively (1) lead yourself, (2) lead & inspire others, (3) manage time, resources, and projects to get results. Here're the books I recommend. Five on on each (1, 2 & 3)
On self-leadership:
1. Managing Oneself by Peter Drucker
2. True North: Discover Your Authentic Leadership by Bill George, Peter Sims
3. Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman
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மும்பையை களமாகக் கொண்ட பல சிறுகதைகள், சில வெளிநாடுகளிலும்... ஒவ்வொரு வீட்டின் ஜன்னல் வழியே விரியும் கதைகள். மனித உணர்வுகளையும் மாண்புகளையும் உடன் நிறுத்தி அவற்றின் தொகுப்பாக அமைந்துள்ளது.

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ஒவ்வொரு கதையிலும் தொக்கி நிற்கும் உணர்வுகள் மனதின் பல கோணங்களை அடையாளம் காட்டுகிறது.

உடல் நலிந்த அப்பா, "தொண்டைப் புடைத்த காகம்" போல் அவளிடம் வந்தாரா!!!

நெருப்பில் எறிந்த கண்டவப் பிரஸ்தத்தின் மேல் எழுந்த இந்திரப்பிரஸ்தம் போல் "சாம்பல் மேலெழும் நகரம்" !!!

கற்றாவின் மனம் கசியும் தன் அம்மாவின் புத்தகம் தேடி சென்ற மகளின் "பயணம் 21"

வாழும் மனிதர் காலாவதியாகும் நேரம்? இங்கு அனைத்தும் சிதறிப்போகும் "வீழ்தல்" எது!

செம்மாா்பு குக்குறுவானின் குரல் ஒலி. மௌனத்தை வீழ்த்தும் ஒலி. "சிவப்புக் கழுத்துடன் ஒரு பச்சை பறவை" நம்மில் பலர்.

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I have an annual book reading average of 30+ and 2021 was no different. So, I thought I'd post (for the first time) my top ten books of the year. I tend to read a diverse array, from philosophy and epistemology to science and current issues. So, not in any particular order..
This book written by Rob Brotherton (@rob_brotherton) was a fantastic read on why people believe in conspiracy theories, and how we are all prone to nonsensical thinking - it's not just an affliction of people on the fringes of society wearing tinfoil hats
In a similar fashion, Michael Shermer (@michaelshermer) tackles the psychology and neurobiology of why we believe in pseudoscientific nonsense and unsupported claims
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I first read this book in 2009 after losing 80% of my monies on Penny stocks as a student when the 2008 drawdown happened.

Thought it was too simple !

Now in 2021, I think this is one of the best books to absorb & implement.

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Investing means different things to different people - Be it health/ career/external assets with an intent to reap benefits in future.

So then is everyone an Investor ?
When people do different things with even same investment products we give it a different name.
Investing is a PERSONAL Plan .
It's NOT a product . NOT a procedure.

One needs to have a clear picture of one's financials BEFORE making an investment plan.

Investment products comprise of items with distinct characteristics DESIGNED to satisfy a particular need.
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📚 Our Best Business Books 2021 list is out! And this year's most compelling reads are... #mustread
The 3 best business books of 2021 on #leadership:
☑️ "Excellence Now" by @tom_peters
☑️ "Digital Body Language" by @ericadhawan
☑️ "The Conversation" by Robert Livingston
@StMartinsPress  @currencybooks @Harvard @networlding
3 best books on #strategy:
☑️"Open Strategy" by @EnduringSuccess, Julia Hautz, @kmatzler, Stephan von den Eichen
☑️"Love as a Business Strategy" by @anwarsoftway @frankedanna, @chrisjpitre, @jeffreyfma
☑️ "Better, Simpler Strategy" by Felix Oberholzer-Gee
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Sharing some takeaways from the book : India's Money Monarchs* , ONLY of the conversation with Sanjoy Bhattacharya.

* Available on Kindle Unlimited now.

@Vivek_Investor and @dmuthuk
I think you & your followers might like this . 🙂

🔸On How to Minimise Risk ?

* Look at long term volatility of Cash Flows ( assuming Financial Statements paint a fair picture )

* Check if business generates Free Cash Flow ( FCF). This ensures company is unlikely to be wiped out at the bottom of the cycle.
🔸Management Integrity matters.

You notice good governance only when it is gone !
Hence unless one has demonstrable proof on a long term basis that people are honest , consider them to be crooks .
Cynical approach but helps save us from losses !
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In-house editor @whatallydid shares a book recommendation, just in time for the weekend. If you’ve been looking for something immersive, look no further. #reading #fantasy #nkjemisin #bookrecco
@whatallydid says: "I was late to the N.K Jemisin phenomena, but I'm almost grateful that I didn't discover her before. Because her Broken Earth series got me through the first few terrible weeks of lockdown."
I don't want to give away too much of the plot because it's SO interesting. But at the time, the world seemed to be spinning off its axis and in Jemisin's books, we learn what happens after the world ends. Again. And again. And again.
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What would YOU do if you KNOW your time on earth is limited ?

Would you
Wallow in Self Pity & Wither away ?
Decide to make the Best Use of whatever time is left ?

Would you walk THAT final bridge between LIFE & DEATH whilst narrating your trip ?

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Affinity to some books tend to grow over time . The more we read them , the more they force us to pause, reflect & introspect .

Tuesdays with Morrie by @MitchAlbom does that !

It is Raw , yet Real.
Simple , but Complex.
Dark , but Humourous.
Obvious , yet Profound.
Morrie the Professor on his deathbed ( due to ALS) & Mitch , his super successful student meet after a gap of 16 long years for ONE LAST CLASS every Tuesday .

The subject being " The Meaning of Life " , taught purely from experience with a funeral in lieu of graduation .
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Let's do a thing. Should we do a thing? Let's promote women+ who've written books about #HigherEd, shall we? I'm going to pull from the #HigherEd reads list we started in January.

Using Amazon for sanity: please consider your independent bookstores if purchasing.
Before I get to books, let me take a moment to direct you to @womeninhighered, led by @kelly_j_baker. What would we do without this feminist #HigherEd publication? I hope we never have to find out.
Another trade publication to follow: @DiverseIssues.

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My takeaways from the best seller
#ThePsychologyOfMoney by @morganhousel

It beautifully encapsulates , via chapters , the most under rated factor in investing - The Psychological aspect of it .

Do read the book :)

What we experience early on (in our adult life) is more compelling than what we learn second hand, which is why each person thinks about #Risk & #Reward DIFFERENTLY.

In theory we SHOULD make our investments based on OUR goals & options available.

However we tend to include our unique experiences of how the world works (albeit with incomplete information) which might seem crazy to others .

* Spreadsheets cannot replicate human emotions which is why no amount of studying can make one truly UNDERSTAND the underlying.
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Key (great) takeaways from Amit Somani’s masterclass on Deep-dive into product-thinking and building for India
[#Thread ]
@Primevp_in @amitsomani @SharmaShradha @YourStoryCo #TechSparks2020 #TechSparksFromHome Image
“I’m an engineer turned product manager turned accidental VC.”
Key things on building a product startup:
➡️Try not to think of yourself as the customer
➡️Think about why it going to made the customer’s life 10x better
➡️It should be a good idea done really well and not necessarily a great idea done moderately well
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#ShelterInPlace #NonFiction #BookRecommendations !

Sharing takeaways and recs from recent reading blocks.

Who would I recommend this to?
👑 Everyone
🏆 Any interest in topic
🎖️ You often read on this topic
🍅 Nah

Michelin, not Amazon, style ratings = any non-🍅 is a good book.
Keynes Hayek by @NWapshott
Topic: 🌍💰
Layperson's history of JM Keynes' inventing #macroeconomics, and opposition by ppl who fear inflation > unemployment.

#Stimulus packages are <100y old
• They seem like magic, but aren't
• Fiscal policy goes beyond red vs blue Image
The Snowball by @aliceschroeder
Topic 💰📈
Great bio, but #Buffett's life is so consistent most ppl won't need 700 pages of it.

• "Take a simple idea, and take it very seriously"
• Learned early he loves making money, never stopped
• Wife surely made him a better human Image
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