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●Bookey: Empower Your Mind Anywhere, Anytime. Download and check out more features with the Bookey App. ●Bookey app download link: https://share.bookey.app/iCJo9F8sJ5 ●Why Use Bookey? “So many books, so little time!” Well, no wordy books here, only 30 mins audible book summaries. Unlock the big ideas from world bestseller that cover Self Help, Biography, Leadership Development, Art, Business, Stories and more ebooks. Each title is complemented with a mind map that highlights the essence of t ...
 
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As silent killers, gluten, carbs, and sugar can cause permanent damage to your brain and body before you know it. This book reveals how gluten and carbs in our daily diet adversely affect the brain. It also recommends revolutionary diets and a detailed four-week program for building a new way of life that will help us change our lifestyle habits: e…
 
In daily life, we are surrounded by materials. They make up in our clothes, our food, our homes, and our transport systems. But, have you ever wondered how these materials are created? What are their secrets? How do they affect our lives? This book will reveal the mysteries of ten materials that have changed the world and the stories behind them. I…
 
How can we increase opportunities for businesses to succeed in the market and build a company that continuously makes profit? This book will reveal that a business model without customer validation is only a series of hypotheses that have not been tested. Successful startup owners are good at combining smart projects and customer development. They …
 
When it comes to charisma, people often think of movie and television stars in the spotlight. They believe that charisma depends on one’s natural appearance, temperament, and some inborn qualities that are difficult to explain. However, that’s not the case. This book, The Charisma Myth: How Anyone Can Master the Art and Science of Personal Magnetis…
 
Do you suffer from setbacks in your studies, work, family, and relationships due to procrastination? Do you often feel frustrated and angry at yourself because you put things off ‘til later? Do you think that you are bad at time management or even have low self-esteem because of it? Well, your procrastination might not be your own fault. The book w…
 
Everyone is familiar with stories. In our daily life, we’ve all read, heard, and told countless stories ourselves. Compared with other forms, most people are better at understanding abstract concepts and principles through stories. No matter what type of jobs we do, the ability to tell stories always helps. However, when asked to create a story, mo…
 
Different people have different ideas about the world we live in, but few will deny that our world is very prosperous. What led to this prosperity? According to the author of The Rational Optimist, Matt Ridley, the answer is “exchange.” Human beings promote economic evolution because of exchange, and the world realizes prosperity because of exchang…
 
As the founder of Psychoanalysis, Freud tremendously boosted the development of psychology and provided important theoretical support for Western humanities in the 20th century. He was followed by a great many and opposed by many others. But how on earth did an important figure like Freud spend his life? The author of this book read through almost …
 
Broadly speaking, cooking is the process by which people transform raw ingredients into delicious and nutritious dishes. It is one of the most fascinating and valuable things that humans have achieved. Cooked chronicles the author’s culinary learning from famous chefs and tells us how each cooking method combines natural ingredients and customary p…
 
How did Einstein, the greatest scientist of the 20th century, think and deal with social issues? To answer this question, Walter Isaacson collected and analyzed a large number of declassified documents and explored how this imaginative, impertinent, and compassionate patent examiner unlocked the mysteries of the universe developed his stance on pub…
 
Usually, the gut isn't well-liked, but the author points out that it is a super organ often neglected due to its “geographical location.” It is both proud and temperamental; it can both sustain and take lives; it can boost the brain's capacity and productivity but also make people manic-depressive. It is no exaggeration to say that a slight movemen…
 
For decades, the definitions and treatments of mental illness exported by the United States have become international standards, and the result is a gradual flattening and homogenizing of the landscape of the human psyche around the world. The book points out that each mental illness varies with its culture and beliefs, and that the existence of su…
 
Toddlers. The behavior of these 1-3 years old’s is often hard to understand. They cry, scream, throw things about, and strike out at the people around them. Are children at this age evil? Of course not! Children at this age are instinctive, and they are testing boundaries as they struggle to become more autonomous. To guide this exploration and ens…
 
We have entered an era of unprecedented entrepreneurial renaissance, but the success rate of today’s startups is very low due to the absence of effective management. How to improve a startup’s chances of success has become an inevitable question for every entrepreneur. This book proposes the idea of ‘lean startup’. By developing minimum viable prod…
 
This book takes us on a freediving journey down the ocean. You won't drown, because the so-called "master switch of life” will turn on, enabling you to push, while recognizing the limits of your body. You will swim with sharks, whales and dolphins, and learn about their incredible electroreception and echolocation abilities. Then you dive deeper an…
 
A Beautiful Mind recounts the life of Nobel Laureate economist John Forbes Nash. The movie, adapted from the eponymous book, achieved massive popularity, taking home Best Picture in the 74th Academy Awards. Up until the age of thirty, Nash was hailed as a genius, a dazzling mathematician. However, mental illness turned his life upside down and tore…
 
When people bring up Steve Jobs in conversation, we all know that he was the founder of Apple and a business wizard who is revered as a genius. In addition, Jobs was also a masterful public speaker. This book thoroughly analyzes Job's speaking skills to provide you with a series of practical tips about giving a speech. This analysis not only allows…
 
Most of us are probably a little scared when we hear the word “virus”. After all, viruses are responsible for the loss of countless lives throughout human history. But did you know that there is also a good side to these viruses. They play an essential role in biological evolution. It can even be said that the evolution of all animals and plants is…
 
This book is a comprehensive first-hand research conducted on America’s millionaires. The authors explain simple spending and saving habits to attain financial independence. They debunk the myths about the millionaire lifestyle, showing us that most times we are misinformed about what actually means to be rich. The key to this book shows that the m…
 
Manchester United, the top team of the English Premier League, has been thriving for decades and shown a high level of competitiveness. What has Manchester United done to achieve such success? When answering this question, it is impossible not to mention Alex Ferguson, the manager of this team, for he is the main creator of Manchester United's illu…
 
Many people feel intimidated by economics. They don’t have to. This book abandons the sophisticated equations, graphs, and jargons, but instead explains the most fundamental economic concepts in plain language. Economics analyzes the cause-and-effect relationship of economic activities, and aims to figure out how to best allocate scarce resources t…
 
In the eyes of the world, Audrey Hepburn's beauty and grace made her truly worthy of being seen as one of Hollywood's brightest stars. But in the eyes of her son Sean, she was best known for her role as his mother. Written from the perspective of Hepburn's son, Sean, this memoir records a side of Hepburn which was rarely seen by the rest of world: …
 
You want to make more money but don’t know where to start. You want to save a relationship but don’t know what to do. You made a weight loss plan, but it ended in failure. Why is it so hard to make a change? And why is it also hard to maintain changes? The book Change Anything: The New Science of Personal Success reveals the key elements that influ…
 
Certain skills are very important for a child. Namely, how to deal with difficult feelings, get along with other people, and concentrate. After ten or perhaps twenty years, the knowledge they acquired at a young age may be outdated as science progresses, but these skills will accompany them throughout their lives. So how are we supposed to improve …
 
If you've never found a time management tool or method that works for you, try Bullet Journaling, an amazing note-taking technique that is used and shared by more than 10 million people around the world. All you need to restart your productive life is a pen and a notebook. Bullet Journals will allow you to track the past, order the present, and des…
 
The protagonist of this book, Tara Westover, didn’t attend school until the age of seventeen. When she was finally given the chance, she pursued learning with an unusual determination. She went to college at Brigham Young University and later got a Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge, forever changing her fate. In this book, Westover recounts ho…
 
If you want your enterprise to go farther, you should not be satisfied with being “good” but should make continuous efforts to achieve “greatness”, so that your company can be more dynamic, more competitive, and last for a really long time. So, how can enterprises break through the bottleneck of being just good? And how do we build an excellent man…
 
Among all countries, Japan has the highest number of Michelin-starred restaurants, making it a mecca for diners worldwide. Its numerous small independent restaurants are places of constant innovation. Ingredients underpin Japanese food culture; these aren't luxuries. Instead, the most common items, such as rice, noodles, and fish, are the soul of J…
 
In this book, Josh Waitzkin, a famous former chess prodigy and later Tai Chi world champion, uses life stories to share his unique insights into the art of learning. He offers a series of principles for improving performance in any field, including “making small circles,” “repeating the moments,” and “creating chunks.” If you are looking for highly…
 
Novice writers have doubts when starting a novel: where to begin? Experienced writers might wonder why their finished novels aren’t selling? The book Techniques of the Selling Writer summarizes the experience of professional writers, systematically introduces steps to make stories more appealing to readers and provides practical methods for writers…
 
What is the conscious way of parenting? When raising children, parents should accept their child’s essential self with an open and respectful mind, allowing them to enjoy the right to be themselves. At the same time, parents need to have enough courage to face their true selves, maintaining good physical and mental health. Only then can parents ach…
 
Have you ever been tempted by a wildly boastful advertisement to buy a product, only to find that it is not as good as you were promised? Do you often feel irritated and blame another party or person because of media reports, only to find that the reports were distorted? The information from the outside world is abundant and complicated, and it is …
 
Because you often see and hear about violent occurrences in the news, are you anxious? Do you think we live in a violent era? In this book, Steven Pinker points out that continuous historical development has led to reductions in slavery, torture, and use of the death penalty. Wars have become sporadic; rape, domestic violence, and hate crimes have …
 
What is Ebola? Where did it come from? How can humans fight it? This nonfiction book is full of real stories, as the author truthfully tells the tale of Ebola virus. After publication, the book has been at the top of the New York Times nonfiction bestseller list for 61 weeks. As one of the most influential nonfiction classics about Ebola, it’s been…
 
When you relish design’s convenience in your life, do you ever stop to question the meaning of design? When a beautifully designed object activates all your five senses, do you ever consider if design has any limits? In this book, Kenya Hara, an outstanding master of contemporary Japanese design, re-evaluates design’s origins and evolution. He expl…
 
When living with children, many parents may unconsciously make the following common mistake, they have difficulty telling the difference between their responsibili-ties and their child's responsibilities. Over time, they may find that their children haven't learned to take responsibility for their actions. And it is the task of parents to help thei…
 
Thanks to today's rapid development of gene sequencing, cloning, and other genetic technologies, the Human Genome Project has completed the sequencing of all human genes. The quest to decipher the human genetic code seems to have been achieved. However, for many people, the term “gene” is still a mysterious concept. This popular science book about …
 
This book is a “novel-style biography” written by American financial journalist Edwin LeFevre. It’s based on the first-person account of the life story of Jesse Livermore, once known as "The Boy Plunger.” Livermore was in his final years when he was interviewed for the book, and he shared his trading stories and insights with extreme candor and no …
 
Invariably, life presents us with many choices, ranging from what do we have for dinner to where to invest our savings. Each alternative has the potential to bring about significant change. But people often make wrong decisions because of prejudice and irrationality. We need to learn a little behavioral economics to help us make better choices. Thi…
 
This amazing book, serving as a core to John Truby's 30-year experience in teaching story creation and writing, has continuously been on sale for more than a decade. It contains a collection of secrets in story writing that help storytellers in their pursuit to finding accurate ways to create fascinating stories. Simultaneously, it also dissects mu…
 
This book is a selection of pieces from a column written by talk show queen, Oprah Winfrey, in The Oprah Magazine. In the book, Winfrey looks back on her decades of struggling and searching. While doing this, she honestly asks and answers herself, “After all the ups, downs, and achievements, what do I truly believe? What will I always stick to?” Sh…
 
When you think of cities, what comes to mind? Is it the high cost of living, traffic congestion, or air pollution? This book navigates through human history to dispel the misconceptions about urban life. Using specific cities as examples, it demonstrates the strengths of growing cities and analyzes the problems they face in their pursuit for develo…
 
Natasha's Dance is a study of Russian culture and the origins of the national character. The book explores the difference between European civilization and folk elements in Russian culture, the confrontation between "civilized" and "native" Russia, and the divide between the aristocratic elite and the rural underclass. It reveals the formation and …
 
Unlike earlier approaches, in this major work Freud considers sociology through the lens of psychoanalysis. He identifies a connection between the foundation of civilization and human’s most basic instincts. Civilization brings misfortune to human beings because its effect is to suppress our primary drives, the sex drive and death drive. In a compr…
 
We always have a choice. They determine our survival. As an Auschwitz survivor, Edith Eva Eger, author of The Choice: Embrace the Possible, tells us that everyone still has a choice even when imprisoned in that horrendous death factory. When facing fear and hopelessness, you can choose to give up and live like a zombie, or to hope and persevere to …
 
When we usually think of philosophy as a problematic and impractical field of study. However, philosophy isn't only the way intellectuals play games with words in their ivory-towers. Philosophers are fully aware of life's practicalities, dilemmas, and problems. In this book, the author interprets the thought of six philosophers and present us with …
 
While traditional gyms make us physically fit, Brain Gym solves problems involving anxiety, stress, depression, concentration, memory, creativity, and other issues on a case-by-case basis. In this book, the author introduces us to the significant impact that scientifically proven physical exercises have on the brain and its mechanisms. Our stress e…
 
Nowadays, almost everyone's goal is to deal efficiently with all the many matters in a healthy work-life balance. We are all always working against the clock, absorbing different methods of time management, and hoping to squeeze more into fewer hours. Yet, this book tells us that managing energy, not time, is the key to optimum performance. Skillfu…
 
As human beings, we are social animals. And because of this, our opinions and behavior are always influenced by society and people. Such influences can be powerful enough to lead to actions that are beyond comprehension. But why do we yield to other people's points of view and follow what they do? How does what we see and hear subtly steer our mind…
 
This book emphasizes on describing effective learning rather than explaining it or giving a theory about it. Children have a unique way of learning that fits their condition. It blends in with each of their game and experiment, and also, with each of their learning processes. This includes learning to speak and read, the mastery of sports, art, mat…
 
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