What is the most inspiring book you've ever read?

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Zain A Blade
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Re: What is the most inspiring book you've ever read?

Post by Zain A Blade » 13 Apr 2018, 10:32

For me, the book that inspired me the most is 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene. The book has in it wisdom as old as time itself. And I like how the author culls out important lessons from history and the mishaps of people.

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Post by Cash-Centered Creep » 01 Dec 2018, 08:08

Amagine wrote:
02 Sep 2017, 13:53
The book can definitely be said to be an inspirational book because of the author's resilience and determination to conquer certain things in her life.

What is the book that inspired you the most? What was it about the book that resonated with you so much?
Poor Charlie's Almanac by the legendary investor Charlie Munger is inspiring. Here is a brilliant man who overcame many personal tragedies, such as the loss of his son to cancer, divorce, and being broke. Yet he overcame all of that, and is now a billionaire with a happy family life who engages in philanthropic work as well as his business career. A real inspiration.

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