I have three books out right now (and will be coming out with a fourth on real estate investment at the end of this year to promote our real estate podcast The Good Stewards, which just launched). The first one is the only one I've published with a publisher, in this case Thought Catalog. And that is Awesomeness: An Amateur Porpourri of a How-to Guide in which I give every piece of advise I can for living well from my own experiences and the many books I've read on these topics. (And yes, there have been a lot, so it's definitely worth reading.)
Awesomeness: An Amateur Porpourri of a How-to Guide
My second book is a compilation of articles I wrote for SwiftEconomics with a few original pieces on how easily economic statistics (and others) can be manipulated and/or misused. Examples include income stagnation, the gender wage gap and the myth that war is good for an economy. The title comes from Benjamin Disraeli's famous dictum about the three kinds of lies.
Economic Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics
You can read most of those articles on this website here (although they are much better in book form and easily worth the 99 cents the Kindle version costs).
I also co-wrote a book with Ryan Swift, which was a compilation of the best articles we had written for SwiftEconomics.com.
Confessions of Amateur Intellectuals
You can still see the archives of SwiftEconomics here.
Make sure to check them out. It would be greatly appreciated and I think you'll enjoy them.
"Every day is a new life to the wise man."
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