L-R The Rise of Nine, Pittacus Lore. Six Weeks to OMG, Venice A. Fulton. Barry Fantoni’s Complete Chinese Horoscopes. The Handbook of Chinese Horoscopes, Theodora Lau. The Rules of Life, Richard Templar. It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want To Be, Paul Arden.
One of my favorite past times is reading. Since my holiday to Zante, I’ve been reading “Predictably Irrational” and I’m still only half way through. It’s taken me so long to complete it because I literally read one chapter at a time, reflect on that chapter and try to learn something from it. So far, the chapter that I’ve related most to is “The High Price of Ownership”, where it talks about the feeling of partial/virtual ownership on things that we don’t even own and being in a state of loss when we eventually don’t own it. It also mentions the trap of “money back guarantees” or “trial periods” as it is so hard to go back to something less, again having that feeling of loss.
I think for the moment, I’m on a “reference”/learning/self-help book phase. Any other suggestions for books I should read?