It’s been a busy week here at Gen Y Wealth. The most successful week in terms of traffic, I have ever had on the blog. Thank you to everyone who has visited and especially to those who have been here from the start.
Recently, I got into one of those spells where I couldn’t find a good book to read. I would read an introduction of one book and quickly move on to the next. Nothing was grabbing my attention.
I’m a big believer in that sometimes you need to let the book find you. Not, the other way around. Luckily, I stumbled upon Never Eat Alone at the library. I read the book once when I graduated college, but never returned to it since. I thought I should give it another shot.
Turns out I wasn’t ready for the book until now. I forgot how important networking really was. I couldn’t give the book a higher recommendation.
Anyways, lets move on to the weekend reading.
Personal Finance Posts
- The Myth of the Tax Deduction via The Simple Dollar
- The Snowball – How Compounding Affects Money, Knowledge, and Life via Get Rich Slowly
- Sell Your Car Yourself -via Suburban Dollar
- Why I Bought a Home at 24 via my guest post at a great personal finance blog, Five Cent Nickel
Other Great Posts
- How to Become a Star Screenwriter – A case study in modern craftsmanship via Study Hacks
- All You Need to Know is That It’s Possible via Seth Godin
- We Are Not Consumers via Mnmlst
- Is Writing Fun? via Steven Pressfield
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