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Book 48 — A Short History of Nearly Everything

Book Club Updates

We have just finished "Mindset." How did you like it? Share your thoughts with us!

There are some new recommendations coming from:
Scott H. Young, writer, entrepreneur, and the author of the book "Ultralearning"

Weeks 43 – 44

"A Short History of Nearly Everything" by Bill Bryson

Don't get fooled by the title! This book still requires dedicating some time to finish it on time!

There are lots of history books that try to explain the events from our past. Bill Bryson's book is one of the most accessible and appealing of them all. "Sapiens" introduced us to the history of mankind and our closest ancestors. This book starts earlier and explains such topics as the size of the universe, the atoms, and the particles.

"A Short History of Nearly Everything" was recommended by Heather Wilde and Derek Sievers. It has won two prizes for scientific books. Let's see what we can learn from it!

Just 40 pages (or 1 hour and 22 minutes for an audiobook) a day to finish it in 2 weeks 🙌

Weeks 45 – 46

"MAKE" by Pieter Levels

Pieter Levels is one of the best-known independent makers and digital nomads. He is a maker of NomadList, RemoteOK, and several other products.

In his book, he shares some of the tips for building a great product without needing to hire a team or secure investor's funding.

The book has an interesting feature. You can read it for free but it will get slowly scrambled as you progress. The way to unscramble the book? Pay for it! Great to see some creative thinking even in an industry as old as selling books!

Just 17 pages a day to finish it in 2 weeks 🙌

Do you have a recommendation for a book or a person we should add? Give us a shout in the forum:
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