Reading? Not my thing for almost 17 years. Somehow, over the last couple of weeks I have found two books which have captured my attention more than any other.
Yeah, Naked Economics and The Power of Habit. I am mostly interested in books that inform me, not tell me a story. Stories I can see in the movie, facts and important things about life - I prefer reading them. These two books are clear examples of informative, thoughtful, and amazing books. The vocabulary used is amazing; i'm learning words like, unilateral, lump-sum, incurring, marginalise and more. To be honest, there are some words that I have to get out my phone and search in Google because I have absolutely what the word means. These types of books are the ones that I am mostly intrigued by.
"Naked Economics" by Charles Wheelan
A definite must if you're interested in economics -- especially, if you're learning about economics. The author, Charles Wheelan really gets you out of your seat by applying his knowledge into a book, by this, you get hooked from the beginning to the end.
"The Power of Habit" by Charles Duhigg
Interested in why humans tend to do things more than once? Interested in why our habits can save us from a lot of dangers? I would definitely recommend this book. Charles Duhigg, author of The Power of Habit was without a doubt one of the first books that I was hooked by. I was not a reader when I was small nor was I a year a go. But, when my teacher, Corey Topf talked me into the book I knew this type of book was right for me.