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Book Review:  The Almanack of Naval Ravikant

Book Review: The Almanack of Naval Ravikant

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·Mar 19, 2022·

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This might just be the best book I've read this year.

Self-help as a genre is rightly derided these days,but this is more than that, it's pure wisdom.

This book is a compilation of some of the best tweets by Naval Ravikant.

My Big Takeaways are :

  1. Understand how to create wealth
  2. Build judgment
  3. Learn the skills of decision making
  4. Learn to love to read
  5. Understand happiness is a choice
  6. Anger may or may not serve others, but definitely disserves you.
  7. The journey from "Freedom to" to "freedom from".

This book is bound to be a classic. The best part is Naval has provided this book for free on the internet. You can find it on his official website. The link is:

For more social proof, Tim Ferriss even broke his iron rule of No Forewords to write the foreword to this book.

I totally loved this book.

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