We are all in need of accurate book summaries once in a while, especially when studying at college or hopping on a busy work schedule. There are so many reading lists and recommendations like “100 books everybody should read”, “10 Best Sci-Fi Books,” or more college-specific “12 Books Every Law Student Should Read.” But how can one possibly devour and digest all this information, especially when it’s not just for fun but also relevant for your college studies and career? The answer is: find book summaries for college students.Continue reading “6 Ways to Find Book Summaries for College Students”
This is a guest post by Vanya Walker
What do billionaires Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, Warren Buffet, and Oprah Winfrey among others have in common? Yes, they’re billionaires. But other than money, these billionaires have one thing in common: they all read books daily. In fact, every billionaire in America says that reading books is the key to their success.
Unfortunately, many of us don’t read books and even the thought of reading something sounds old-fashioned or even boring. If that’s your case, don’t worry. You’re not alone: there’re millions of people like you in America and elsewhere in the world.
Therefore, in this article, I will discuss in detail, how to implement the reading practice in your everyday routine. Let’s start by comprehending the reasons why you should read daily.Continue reading “How to implement the reading practice in your everyday routine?”
For all history fans out there — here is an ultimate list of 20 history books that you’d enjoy reading. These will suit humanities students, history enthusiasts, and anybody who is looking for an engaging read. Are you interested in prehistory or the Middle Ages? Or do you want to know more about black history? We have endeavored to include various histories in this collection, sorted more or less chronologically. So aficionados of contemporary history should scroll down without further ado!Continue reading “20 Best History Books That Will Not Leave You Indifferent”
Doubtfully there is any psychology student who is not familiar with general textbooks like Introduction to Psychology or Feldman’s Understanding Psychology. But what are other psychology books that will be interesting for young specialists, freshmen, applicants, and psychology-lovers?
We’ve selected 10 must-read books for psychology students that you should read to get a better understanding of the field and ensure a fruitful, exciting career. It might be that you’ve come across some of the items on your syllabus. If not — you surely will so invest in your book collection now! If you are only choosing if this field is for you, there is no better way to know than to read a few books from the list as an experiment. Do these stories about clinical experiments, therapy, neurology, logical errors, and brain cells inspire you?Continue reading “10 Must-Read Books for Psychology Students — and for Anyone Interested”