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Summary of Principles: Life and Work - by Ray Dalio

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“If you’re not failing, you’re not pushing your limits, and if you’re not pushing your limits, you’re not maximizing your potential.” (Ray Dalio) Summary of: Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio When it comes to investing and the world of entrepreneurship, Ray Dalio is a household name. He shares some of the principles that have demonstrated remarkable results in business as well as life. Organizations and individuals can apply these principles, to achieve specific objectives and goals. What to take from this book? Different array of principles that help streamline decision-making, even in times of chaos and confusion. The principles revolve around you, although you can also involve the people you work with to achieve more productive results. As a manager, you see the bigger picture, and it falls on you to ensure your company functions like a well-oiled machine from top to bottom. Who is this book for? People who want to make their decision-making more effective and be more reactive in their lives or businesses. People who want to gain key insights from someone who has experienced life in a whole different way. The major topics covered in the book include: Reaching your goals. Dealing with problems. Bridgewater investing methods. Cultivating meaningful work. Cultivating meaningful relationships. Company culture and so much more. Added-value of this summary: Learning and understanding key business and life principles. Saving time. Boosting your decision-making skills and business skills. At Essential Insight Summaries, we pride ourselves in providing key points in life-changing books in the shortest amount of time. Our summaries focus on bringing vital information that enhances knowledge and understanding of a specific subject matter. We focus on the essentials to ensure you maximize knowledge in the shortest possible time. Disclaimer: This comprehensive summary is based on Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio, and does not share any affiliation with the author or original work in any way or form. The summary does not utilize any text from the original work. We want our listeners to use this summary as a study companion to the original book, and not as a substitute.

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Narrator: R F McCoy
Length: 1 hr and 17 mins
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Summary: Unfreedom of the Press - by Mark R. Levin

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“For the first time in our history, the news increasingly is produced by companies outside journalism, and this new economic organization is important” (Mark R. Levin) Summary of Unfreedom of the Press by Mark R. Levin Mark R. Levin is a master statesman as well as a respected journalist. He believes there is an anomaly present in the operations of the modern American press, whose effects may be devastating even to the public. Hence, in this book he explains his fears and calls for a quick intervention to correct this anomaly. What to take from this audiobook? In this audiobook, you will find the little details that you may have missed that has characterized the modern practice of news reporting. Levin explains that news reporting is no longer objective as one may think, but is now a tool for propaganda and undergoes a lot of interpretation and censorship before eventually reaching the public. Who is this audiobook for? Consequently, this audiobook is a must-listen for every American citizen interested in the preservation of the founding principles that has elevated the nation as high as it is among other nations. It is meant for journalists and anyone who deals with dissemination of information to the public in order to see the error of their ways and get back on track. This audiobook covers the following major topics: News as propaganda. Attributes of the early patriot party-press. The role of the New York Times newspaper in the Holocaust and Holodomor. The truth about the major allegations lodged by the media against President Trump and so much more. Added-value of this summary: In-depth knowledge about America’s history. The surrounding events leading to the Holocaust and Holodomor. A new perception of the Trump administration as against the media’s representation of it. Saving time. At Essential Insight Summaries, we pride ourselves in providing key points in life-changing audiobooks in the shortest amount of time. Our summaries focus on bringing vital information that enhances knowledge and understanding of a specific subject matter. We focus on the essentials to ensure you maximize knowledge in the shortest possible time. Disclaimer: This comprehensive summary is based on Unfreedom of the Press by Mark R. Levin and does not share any affiliation with the author or original work in any way or form. The summary does not utilize any text from the original work. We want our listeners to use this summary as a study companion to the original audiobook, and not as a substitute.

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Narrator: R F McCoy
Length: 1 hr and 14 mins
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Summary: The Mueller Report

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Summary of The Mueller Report: Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election. The Mueller Report is the official report documenting the findings and conclusions of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 United States presidential election, allegations of conspiracy or coordination between Donald Trump's presidential campaign and Russia, and allegations of obstruction of justice. What to take from this report? The report is split in to two volumes: one chronicling the many ties between Trump’s campaign and Russia, and another outlining 10 episodes,” where Mueller said there was potential evidence of obstruction. Two primary discoveries are evident in the report: First, Mueller found no criminal conspiracy between the president’s team and Moscow. Second, while Mueller declined to recommend charges against Trump, he found several instances where the president tried to influence or shut down the investigation. Who is this book for? The Mueller Report is required reading for everyone with interest in American politics, for every 2016 and 2020 voter, and every American. Added-value of this summary: Clear and precise summary of original report Saving time Getting all takeaways from The Mueller report At Essential Insight Summaries, we pride ourselves in providing key points in life-changing books in the shortest amount of time. Our summaries focus on bringing vital information that enhances knowledge and understanding of a specific subject matter. We focus on the essentials to ensure you maximize knowledge in the shortest possible time. Disclaimer: This comprehensive summary is based on The Mueller Report: Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election and does not share any affiliation with the author or original work in any way or form. The summary does not utilize any text from the original work. We want our listeners to use this summary as a study companion to the original report, and not as a substitute.

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Length: 2 hrs and 19 mins
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