Library & More

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During the last couple of years I have been obsessed with books. I am a bit ashamed of myself that I didn't start sooner, but it's never too late to start reading and focus on self growth. I began by exploring Romanian history, delved into financial education, and journeyed through the captivating world of science fiction and now I’m fanatical about personal development & startups.

tl;dr: I'm only going to write book reviews on:

  • Personal development
  • Start-ups/Entrepreneurship

However, if you're curious on what I'm reading or have read you can find my bookshelf here.


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The 4-Hour Work Week

The concept of a drastically reduced workweek, once considered far-fetched, is now within reach, thanks to Tim Ferriss's "The 4-Hour Work Week." This book isn't about the more commonly discussed 4-day work week but rather a radical reduction to just four hours.


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Never Split the Difference

This exceptional masterpiece has revolutionized my perspective on negotiation and delivered tangible results like no other book before 💪.

If you're ready to unlock the power of effective negotiation and witness tangible results"

The Compound Effect

The Compound Effect is a fundamental principle in personal development, finance, and productivity.

Presented by Darren Hardy in his book of the same name it's been used in the financial world since the beginning of the stock market, it illustrates the remarkable power of small, consistent actions over time. This concept emphasizes that even tiny efforts, when compounded over an extended period, can lead to significant and lasting results.

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The Power of Habit vs Atomic Habits

TL;DR: small constant and continuous changes lead to massive and outstanding results.

Commonalities and Differences between the two book as they go head to head in shaping our lives through achieving personal and professional success.

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The Lean Startup

The scrapbook of the Toyota lean method for production line management techniques, not with software development as one would expect.

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How any startup can achieve explosive customer growth

A concise summary of the key principles of a well-structured, concise and simple book on customer growth."