Books Of Interest: December 23, 2015

The Secret Lives Of Teachers     Anonymous

By the author being anonymous, He is able to really express his opinions, worries and other things that come into his head about teaching and the difficult job that it is . This is not a how-to-manual but shows us teachers as human beings and the struggles that they must endure.

Phishing For Phools     George A. Akerlof and Robert J. Shiller

The authors, delving into the manipulation and deception shows us how markets can be not just helpful but also harmful.

Thrive: How Better Mental Health Care Transforms Lives and Saves Money     Richard Layard and Daniel M. Clark

I did not know that twenty percent of people in the developed world suffer from some sort of mental illness and that half of sick days taken are due to this also. The authors explores how we need to take a hard look at mental illness and how as a nation we are dealing with it with our policies and the solutions that we need to implement.

Charlie Munger: The Complete Investor     Tren Griffin

Charles Munger takes a very rational approach to life and how he invests along with Warren Buffett. This book looks to be a treasure from the standpoint of giving the reader something to contemplate not just in their investing but in their everyday decision making and the struggles and problems

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