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Let's Read: "The Almanack of Naval Ravikant"

Hands down this has been one of my favorite books to read recently. Naval Ravikant details the importance of a work-life balance in a fashion that is frequently not said enough: chill out every once in awhile. Ravikant explains that giving 100% of your effort 100% of the time isn't healthy, not to mention you will actually be less successful in you don't take time to recharge.

Quiet the refreshing voice to contrast the hustle culture that talks big talk but that's all it does. Ravikant is a successful Silicon Valley entrepreneur, I would wager he knows what he's talking about.

The book is structured as an interview with simple and intuitive visual diagrams to explain the more difficult concepts that are discussed. The book is divided into two parts: Wealth and Happiness, with five sub-sections, Building Wealth, Building Judgement, Learning Happiness, Saving Yourself, and Philosophy.

Ravikant's thoughts on all of these concepts are eye opening as well as useful for anyone to easily understand some simple truths that are not really openly discussed in our society.

A must read for anyone looking to exit the rat race, you can even get the E-book for free!

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