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Summary of Choose Your Enemies Wisely by Patrick Bet-David: Business Planning for the Audacious Few

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In Choose Your Enemies Wisely, Patrick Bet-David, a Wall Street Journal bestselling author and founder of Valuetainment, teaches how to harness emotion to boost your business and achieve success. He shares his 12 Business Building Blocks, which teach how to blend emotion and logic in your business plan. The book goes beyond the "how" and goes deeper into the "why" of achieving goals, such as funding, long-term vision, and a strong culture. By following Bet-David's plan, you can set up your business for sustainable success and accomplish your most ambitious goals.

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Summary of Disillusioned by Benjamin Herold: Five Families and the Unraveling of America's Suburbs

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Disillusioned is a book that explores the intersection of hope, history, and racial denial in American suburbs and their schools. The book tells the stories of five families, including a middle-class Black family in Atlanta, a conservative white family in Dallas, a multiracial mom in Chicago's North Shore, an undocumented Hispanic parent in Compton, and a Black mother in Pittsburgh. It reveals a vicious cycle undermining the dreams of American suburbia, where white families have extracted opportunity from subsidized suburbs and moved on before maintenance and repair costs are due.

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Summary of Private Equity :a Summary of Carrie Sun Memoir

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Private Equity is a memoir about Carrie Sun, a woman who finds herself in a top Wall Street firm. She is the sole assistant to the billionaire founder and manages his work life. The firm values return on time, and Carrie learns that money can solve almost everything. As she plays the game at the highest levels, she finds her identity swallowed whole by work, and her physical and mental health deteriorate. The book illuminates the struggle for balance in a world of extremes: efficiency and excess, status and aspiration, power and fortune.

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Summary of Legacy by Uché Blackstock: A Black Physician Reckons with Racism in Medicine

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Rachel Bitecofer's book, Hit 'Em Where It Hurts, offers a radical plan for the Democratic Party to win elections in the upcoming 2024 election cycle. Bitecofer argues that Democrats often struggle to win voters due to the GOP's tactics of fear and anger, and that they can develop new winning political strategies. She suggests that Democrats should present themselves as "brand ambassadors for freedom, health, wealth, safety, and common sense," the opposite of the extremist, freedom-fearing Right. This is a last-ditch effort to armor democracy against hijacking by a small minority of ideologues. The book is a lifeline for Democrats who have faced challenges in swaying voters.

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Summary of The Making of a King by Robert Hardman: King Charles III and the Modern Monarchy

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Robert Hardman, a renowned royal biographer, shares the story of the new king's evolution from Prince of Wales to King Charles III. The year, which began with the death of Elizabeth II, saw the Coronation, the rise of a new Prince and Princess of Wales, and the latest "truth bombs" from the Sussexes.

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Summary of Discipline Is Destiny by Ryan Holiday: The Power of Self-Control (The Stoic Virtues Series)

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Ryan Holiday's second book, Discipline is Destiny, celebrates the power of self-discipline and those who have seized it. It draws on the stories of historical figures such as Lou Gehrig, Queen Elizabeth II, boxer Floyd Patterson, Marcus Aurelius and writer Toni Morrison, as well as the cautionary tales of Napoleon, F. Scott Fitzgerald and Babe Ruth. At the heart of Stoicism are four simple virtues: courage, temperance, justice, and wisdom. Discipline is Destiny will guide readers down the path to self-mastery, upon which all the other virtues depend.

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