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The ultimate book list to think like a billionaire entrepreneur. How many have you read?

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Do you wonder why successful people read so many books?

The answer is simple. Reading stimulates learning and makes creative juices flow. Bill Gates once said he reads over 50 books a year, and Mark Zuckerberg has a book club to motivate him to read.

Other famous people like Oprah…

From the Mayflower, the Wright Brothers, to the Apollo landing on the Moon, here are more facts you might like to check.

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After many readers asked me for more curious facts about the United States history and general information, I’ve decided to write a second installment.

I wondered whether to call it the “Adjust your Factometer Book II” or the “U.S. and the Chamber of secrets and curious facts.”

1 — The…

From Santa, trees, and lights, to mistletoe, food, and presents

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Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa, if you live in the United States, you will experience the holiday mood. From lighted trees, decorations, music, presents, and lots and lots of food.

If you say “Hyvää Joulua!” to your Finnish friends, “Gledelig Jul!” to your Norwegian coworker, or “Feliz Navidad!”…

Life-Changing Insights from Super Soul Conversations for a better life

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Since 2011, Oprah Winfrey invited to her private property in California every weekend some of the most-admired thought-leaders, visionaries, teachers, and writers to share their findings and most profound thoughts in what she calls Super Soul Sunday.

In 2017, she gathered the most significant talks in a book called “The…

Because sometimes a simple text in the waiting room helps more than an hour therapy session

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Don’t you hate the awkwardness of seating in the waiting room while time passes before your appointment, browsing the magazines, and reading every poster and sign before the receptionist calls your name?

I wonder why in every waiting room you can find almost the same old magazines?

It is like…

Emilia and Marcela, the story of friendship, love, injustice, and the will to be together

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This story begins many centuries ago in ancient Greek and Roman societies, where homosexuality was a social custom defined as "same-sex desire."

And how history has always treated women differently from men in almost every aspect.

It doesn't matter if it is for equal pay, voting rights, security, or harassment…

Jose Luis Ontanon Nunez

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