The Reading Habits Of The Wealthiest People In The World

The Reading Habits Of The Wealthiest People In The World

The world’s most successful people do one thing in common: they read. They consider books their most profitable investment. From $2 to $500 billion In a small grocery store in Omaha, Nebraska, two teenage boys worked to make a daily wage. Both were natural entrepreneurs. The older boy bred and sold hamsters on the side. The younger boy, grandson of the grocery store owner, ran paper routes and sold coke bottles for extra income. Working in the store, each boy made $2 per day. A few decades down the line, they’d be managing a company worth over $500 billion and

The 7 Best Business Biographies of All Time, Rated by CEOs

The 7 Best Business Biographies of All Time, Rated by CEOs

Want to learn how to be successful at business? Some of the best lessons come from business biographies, which are written about the business titans of our time. Here’s our carefully researched list of the top 7 business biographies of all time. To compose this list, we used quantitative criteria such as: High-quality recommendations from business leaders like Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Warren Buffett Number of weeks on bestseller lists like the New York Times Common perception and ratings by common readers, from networks like Amazon and Goodreads The novelty and usefulness of the lessons learned Don’t have time

Who Moved My Cheese Characters: Description and Analysis

Who Moved My Cheese Characters: Description and Analysis

No matter what environment we operate in — whether a town, city, family, relationship, workplace, or other setting — change is inevitable. “Who Moved My Cheese” by Spencer Johnson is a parable about a place that changed, and how its inhabitants reacted. Through the characters’ triumphs and travails, Who Moved My Cheese offers lessons and tips for coping successfully with change in our lives by changing our attitudes and behavior.

Emily Oster’s Sample Birth Plan

Emily Oster’s Sample Birth Plan

Birth plans are short documents that describe what you want to happen during your birth and what treatments you’re willing to accept in which situations. OBs and nurses have a slight aversion to them because they may signal some inflexibility to do what they think is best in critical situations.  But Oster argues it’s far better to think about hard decisions and articulate your preferences beforehand than to come up with them on the fly. Here are the elements of Emily Oster’s birth plan:

What Not To Eat When Pregnant

What Not To Eat When Pregnant

Pregnant women are commonly recommended to avoid a long list of foods – raw eggs, raw fish, cheeses, deli meats, to name a few. The general fear is that food illnesses can bear a risk to the fetus. Are these real threats and foods you avoid when pregnant? Or are these overblown? Emily Oster argues that many food illnesses are actually no riskier than when you’re not pregnant. But two forms are, and are worth avoiding. Foods Commonly Avoided that are Actually Fine Typical food poisoning is caused by Salmonella, E.coli, and Campylobacter. These pathogens cause diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting,

Chances of Getting Pregnant by Age Chart

Chances of Getting Pregnant by Age Chart

How easy is it to get pregnant at age 30? Age 35? Age 40 or 45? We’ve got the data here on your chances of conception at each age, along with charts showing the data. Contrary to what you learned in high school health class, it’s not that easy to get pregnant. Female fertility peaks in your teens, then decreases gradually from then on, until falling off a cliff around age 45.