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  1. My personal bestseller, The Psychology of Influence by Robert Cialdini, literally turned my worldview upside down. A book about the techniques and methods of influence that sellers, politicians, advertisers, and other agents of influence apply to all of us. You have a better understanding of the world around you.

  2. I can only give you recommendations for reading, and I don't know yet if it is necessary for you, you decide.
    So here's the list:
    1. The Richest Man in Babylon (The Laws of Money)
    2. The Subtle Art of Not Caring Mark Manson wrote(a more psychological book)
    3. Martin Eden-Jack London wrote (there's most of all relationships and love)
    4. time does not wait too Jack London wrote (about the powerful willpower of a person and about money as well)
    5. Neese, ne noi, ne tupi – Jen Shinsero (about finance).
    6. Kiosks-Rich Dad, Poor Dad (Finance and Investment)
    7. Alibaba
    8. Amazon
    9. Phil Knight-shoe salesman
    10. Dan Milstein-Rule #1 Never Be a Number #2.
    11. Napoleon Hill-Think and grow rich.
    These books helped me develop my thinking in the second half of 2020.
    Good luck to you))

  3. From my point of view, any classic work is suitable for self-development. But most of all I like Crime and Punishment by F. M. Dostoevsky, The Master and Margarita by M. A. Bulgakov, and How Steel Was Tempered by Ostrovsky. The last piece impressed me the most.

  4. I would recommend reading Paulo Coelho. He is a Brazilian novelist and poet. He has written a total of more than 20 books. “The Alchemist” is the most popular . I read it and liked it. Her main idea is to never give up and go to her goal. The rest of his works are no less instructive. After reading each chapter, it would not hurt to understand everything. Try it, maybe you'll like Paulo Coelho too 🙂

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