Best Books I Read in 2019

One of the less-talked about benefits of reading is being able to “humble brag” about all the books you’ve read.

On a completely unrelated note, here are the best Books I read in 2019.

If one of your goals is to read more in the new year, you should start with these books.

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Lebron Inc: Book Notes

Lebron Inc. by Brian Windhorst is about how Lebron has built his business empire from his Freshman year in St. Vincent St. Mary’s in Akron in 2001 (tk verify Lebron high school freshman year) to his new team Los Angeles Lakers in 2019.

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How to be a Capitalist without Any Capital by Nathan Latka: Book Notes

How to be a Capitalist without Any Capital by Nathan Latka is a book about how to start building wealth when you don’t have any money.

Very tactical and highly actionable, though I occasionally got a bit of salesy, used-car salesman, penny-pinching, vibes and there are some micro-optimizations and “hacks” that I feel may not even make a meaningful impact on building long-term wealth.

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10 Tips to Pay for University or College and Secure the Bag 🤑 💰

Tomiwa and Family at High School Graduation 😁
 before I had over $60,000 in student loans ☹️

Introduction

Last week Thursday I was at the library doing some work and “somehow” I “mysteriously” ended up on Twitter. I noticed that OSAP was trending and usually when a student loan program is trending, that’s usually not a good sign. 

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Atila Startup Pitch that Won $3,000

3 weeks ago I participated in a pitch competition for Atila hosted by Propel at Western University and LEAP at Fanshawe College.

Here is the pitch for Atila that won us $3,000.

Huge shout out to the team for all their help:

Aurorita, Jotham, Lea and Val , thank you so much.

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