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Book 36 — Losing My Virginity

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Weeks 19 – 20

"Losing My Virginity" by Richard Branson

We've read quite a few long books recently. The current one was supposed to be "Homo Deus," but it's also a long read. As an interlude, we've decided to try something shorter and lighter. We plan to keep a similar pace (longer and deeper, shorter and lighter, repeat) for the future to give you more time to catch up if you missed the two week assignment time.

Richard Branson built an empire on what seems to be odd ideas. Other than the person of Branson himself, all his companies have one thing in common: they aim for customer satisfaction.

After the well-received “Shoe Dog”, we dig into another memoir of a billionaire entrepreneur.

Weeks 21 – 22

"Homo Deus" by Yuval Noah Harari

"Sapiens" that we read last year was among the best-received books in this Book Club. A few of you were so eager after reading it as to start "Homo Deus" right after. Now, there's a chance for the rest of the members to catch up on this title.

We have already learned our past from "Sapiens." The current title, "Homo Deus", describes the possible future that awaits us. Unlike "Who Owns the Future?" which focused on social and economic aspects, "Homo Deus" touches on topics as emotions, consciousness, happiness, and immortality.

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