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The Accounting Recording/Bookkeeping Process Explained in 5 Minutes

This is part of a financial literacy blog series, check out the first part. What an Account is, and How it Helps the Recording Process For companies and financial institutions with large daily volumes of business transactions, the recording process is a very crucial part of keeping track of the company’s financial data. Problems arise […]

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Alex Becker’s 10 Pillars of Wealth (Book Summary & Review)

That’s why I had to write this book: to set the record straight about online businesses and generating wealth in general. Alex Becker PS: This is a long post for focused and curious minds only. So if you are a caffeine addict, grab a cup of coffee (like these clean bulletproof bean from Mlama, Tanzania), […]

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What I’ve learned While Reading The ONE Thing (Book by Garry W. Keller & Jay Papasan)

The biggest challenge we face during our lifetimes, more than any other generation across history, is information overload. And if don’t take control of what’s coming at us, information and input coming from all the possible places (from TV to Netflix to Twitter to Instagram), it will take control of us. It will own us […]

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Addicted to Caffeine? Learn More About The Social Drug (5 Books to Read about Coffee)

Many people don’t know that the half-life of caffeine can get up to 12 hours. Most of us think that the half-life is only three or four hours. Well it depend on many factors, including: age, sex, metabolism, weight, and of course genetics. Coffee has also a bad reputation for being positively correlated with depression […]

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How To Heal Your Creative Soul (Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way Book Summary)

A redditor recommended Julia Cameron’s The Artist Way to me. I’d never heard of the book before this guy told me about it. And so I went on and grabbed a copy. And while reading, I took some notes and here is my little summary, review, and criticism. ( Buy The Book. )Note: Each chapter […]

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For The Curious: What is Logic Anyway? Part I Validity, Truth Functions, Names, Quantifiers & Descriptions (Graham Priest’s Logic: A Very Short Introduction Book Summary)

What is Logic? Have you ever thought about the question? Have you ever tried to come up with your own definition? If, yes, then you are interested in a discipline that dates back to the 4th century BC, practiced worldwide by man and woman whose professional title is simply: Logicians. Logic as a subject itself […]

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What is Accounting? And Who Uses its Data? (Learn Financial Accounting Series)

This is a series of posts about Accounting. They are simply a rearranged version of my notes and summaries while reading the textbook Financial Accounting: IFRS, 3rd edition by Jerry Weydgandt, Paul Kimmel and Donald Kieso. Taking the auto-education route myself, I know how important notes are to make sure I understand the material within […]

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General History Politics

How Iran Went Through 3 Coups in 28 Years

Iran’s opposition to foreign powers interfering in its domestic affairs reflect its historical urge for sovereignty, it stems from the fact that a nation, with such a rich history and culture, a nation that had been invaded and exploited by the Russian and by the British during the last two centuries, needs and deserves a […]

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MJ DeMarco The Millionaire Fastlane Book Review

What is invisible to the EYE? According to MJ Demarco, it’s the Fastlane road to wealth. A Fastlane? A highway? A fast way to wealth? Isn’t the title a bit suspicious? DeMarco doesn’t care, he built his Empire, his online tribe (The FastLane Forum) around it and the guy keeps going. And it’s all encapsulated […]

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Sean Platt & Johnny Truant’s Write. Publish. Repeat. Book Review

I like how Sean Platt and Johnny Truant collaborate with each other to continuously produce valuable work. In Write. Publish. Repeat. Platt and Johnny clarify from the beginning that in order to ‘make it’ as a self-published author, you must approach this venture—the writing—as a business, your books/writing as your products, and the reader as […]