Best sellers, classics, must-read, deep readings and light readings, many pages among wich we can escape and enjoy the summer.
If you still don’t know what book to take on your suitcase, here is a list of recommendations.
1.- Rich Dad Poor Dad | Robert Kiyosaki
A book about the importance of financial independence and building wealth through investing, real estate investing, starting and owning businesses, as well as increasing one’s financial intelligence.
2.- Steve Jobs | Walter Isaacson
Book based on more than forty interviews with Jobs conducted over two years. The roller-coaster life of this creative entrepreneur.
3.- Guerrilla Marketing | Jay Conrad Levinson
A book that explains why it’s no longer necessary to spend a great deal of money to gain visibility, as long as you’re willing to get creative.
4.- 1984 | George Orwel
A dystopian novel that portraits a world divided by three totalitarian states, with a total elimination of human freedom where violence and hatred are the norm.
5.- Big Data: A Revolution That Will Transform How We Live, Work and Think | Kenneth Cukier and Viktor Mayer
A New York Times bestseller that explains us more about the age of big data providing us with invaluable insights about the rather than the why.
6.- Rayuela | Julio Cortázar
With an unconventional plot and chronology the novel focuses on two stages of the life of Horacio Olivera, an argentine intellectual with few economic resources.
7.- Chaos Monkeys: Obscene Fortune and Random Failure in Silicon Valley | Antonio García Martínez
Begins with the author leaving his job in New York to head west. He joins a startup, leaves it to launch another, sells that one to Twitter, then goes to work in the feverish cult of pre-initial public offering Facebook and that’s just the first part of the book.
8. The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable | Nassim Nicholas Taleb
The book focuses on the extreme impact of certain kinds of rare and unpredictable events and human tendency to find simplistic explanations for these events retrospectively.
9. Zara: Visión y Estrategia de Amancio Ortega | David Martínez
If you want to practice your spanish and know more about this ubeatable business model and unique case throughout the world this book is for you. Also it’s written by one of our teachers.
So…wich one will you pick?