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Maps of Meaning by Jordan Peterson – Book Review

It’s been a while since Jordan Peterson made the news. It’s like he vanished of the face of the earth for some time. Jordan Peterson interests me because of his views on the meaning of life and how we can achieve it, which he thinks is achieved by putting some individual responsibility on yourself. I […]

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Archetypes & the Collective Unconscious by Carl Jung – Book Review

Carl Jung is a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst most famous for being the founder of the analytical psychology and numerous psychological terminologies like Archetypes, the collective unconscious and extraversion and introversion. He popularized the words extrovert and introvert, which are still broadly used today.             I read the book Archetypes by Carl Jung, which is sort […]

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How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie – Book Review

How to Win Friends & Influence People is a book written for people to succeed in business. It is a handbook to use when handling people and situations. It was written in 1936 and thus uses quite a lot of old examples, but the book isn’t dated at all and still relevant today. This book […]