You can’t beat reading a book if you’re looking for a distraction or just spending more time at home.
Many book readers are often confused about choosing the right and exciting books to read. One solution is to select books that are best sellers or ask friends for recommendations.
Lots of book recommendations worth reading for this summer. But these 5 books may be your choice to read. I’ve resumed the review for the recommended 2020 books.
My summer 2020 book recommendations
1. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Marson
This is one of the best books I’ve read in years. Mark Marson explains very well to the overthinkers or anyone else to be able to prioritize things for thought so as not to become an overload in the head.
I think anyone has a problem to think about. The author will explain all the things you might experience and how to solve them with an unusual approach. If you really enjoy it, you’ll feel yourself being clearly described by Mark.
2. Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki
We have been in school for decades but never learned the importance of financial literacy. Robert Kiyosaki has changed my thought about money with a perspective often at odds with common wisdom.
Robert tells how the teaching and point of view of 2 father figures relate to finance and investment. This is an exciting way to catch.
Some good quotes are
“So many people say, Oh, I’m not interested in money. but they work somewhere for eight hours every day.”
The main reason people experience financial difficulties is that they spend years in school but don’t learn anything about money. as a result, people learn to work for money, but never learn to make money work for them
3. Seni hidup minimalis by Francine Jay
This is the right book for anyone who wants to live a minimalist life. It is a simple method and explained with a word that is easy to digest while drinking tea.
Francine Jay explains that the book’s first part will foster a minimalist mindset. The second section contains the STREAMLINE method—one of the ten most effective techniques to keep your home tidy. The third section invites you to use extraordinary measures to handle each room in the house. In the fourth part, you will see how the minimalist concept makes us more environmentally friendly to preserve the Earth for the next generation.
4. Yuk belajar nabung saham by Ryan Filbert Wijaya, S.Sn, ME
Ryan Filbert explains that this is the primary and most straightforward of his more than 15 books that explain step by step if you want to start a journey in the world of capital markets with discipline, be able to survive, and make a profit (remember the order well). By saving shares, you can own a company without insanity a considerable cost to create it. So, happy Learning to Save Stocks!
5. Hagakure by Yamamoto Tsunetomo
Yamamoto Tsunetomo re-describes samurai philosophy after more than a century of Japanese peace. Much wisdom can be learned from this book.
If you’re a fan of Japanese anime or culture, perhaps you’re familiar with samurai and the story. But this book will explain the history and wisdom of samurai that are little known to the western world.
In addition to the five recommended books, in recent weeks, I’ve also tried to learn a foreign language, Russian. Through the book Practical Russian in 1 Week by Laura Graceful. Not many people know I tried learning other languages. I’ve attempted to learn Russian, Italian, and Japanese several times. But lately, I want to focus on one language. If you’re interested in watching a TV series or movie, you can also read 3 recommended TV series and other things to do in the summer at home.
I’ve resumed the list of book recommendations in Likewise. Happy reading!