SAME AS EVER: Timeless Lessons on Risk, Opportunity and Living a Good Life (From the author of The Psychology Of Money)

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      About the Author

      Morgan Housel is a partner at The Collaborative Fund and a former columnist at The Motley Fool and The Wall Street Journal. He is a two-time winner of the Best in Business Award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers, winner of the New York Times Sidney Award, and a two-time finalist for the Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism.

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      Same as Ever

      Same as ever

      Same as ever

      Same as ever

      Same as ever
      Dimensions 14 × 22 cm
      Publisher ‏

      ‎ Harriman House (7 November 2023); Unit 3 Viceroy Court, Bedford Road, Petersfield GU32 3LJ UK

      Language ‏

      ‎ English

      Paperback ‏

      ‎ 224 pages

      ISBN-10 ‏

      ‎ 1804090948

      ISBN-13 ‏

      ‎ 978-1804090947

      Item Weight ‏

      ‎ 272 g

      Dimensions ‏

      ‎ 2 x 14 x 22 cm

      Country of Origin ‏

      ‎ India

      Importer ‏

      ‎ Pan Macmillan Publishing, 707, 7th Floor, Kailash Building 26, K.G. Marg, New Delhi, Delhi 110001

      Packer ‏

      ‎ AAJ Enterprises; Khasra No. 91/7, Village Akbarpur Barota, Sector – 42, Distt. Sonipat, Haryana- 131101

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      ‎ Book

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      10 reviews for SAME AS EVER: Timeless Lessons on Risk, Opportunity and Living a Good Life (From the author of The Psychology Of Money)

      1. Vivek Sharma

        At the outset, I must say that the book is a must read. I had read “The Psychology of Money” and found it be insightful as well. This book can be put in the same category. The best thing about Morgan Housel is that he is a great storyteller. Stories are great medium to communicate important messages and Housel is a master of that.In the book, there are 23 chapters which contain 23 little stories about things that never change. The book emphasizes significance of things that never change and what are the lessons to be learnt from them. The book has certain things common with the book “The Psychology of Money”. The author quotes Carl Richards in the book and the story around his famous quote “Risk is what is left over after you think, you have thought of everything” appears again in this book.Here are six things that you can learn from this book.1) How to use famous quotes from known personalities in the right context. Example, the author uses Nicholas Nassim Table – Invest in Preparedness, not in prediction.2) How to connect an event to a concept.3) How to communicate great concepts in simple language4) How to present your point of view without being too statistical and data driven5) How to use stories which people can relate to6) How to be honest while writing.The book is gripping and gives amazing insights about risk and opportunities in life. It emphasizes significance of understanding greed and fear & other psychological aspect of life. Last but not the least, the book provides increasing marginal utility which means that if you read book multiple times you get increased incremental value.

      2. Vincent V.

        Very rarely do you read a book that helps you understand things at a much more fundamental long-term time-frame instead of just showing you what’s happening in the immediate here-and-now. A must-read for everyone who’s a news-junkie or a social media addict. Unplug and enjoy this book filled with insights on life, investing, science, self-management and everything worth reading about.

      3. Rajesh

        To me, psychology of money was the best book out of the 100+ books I have read so far. That was until I read this book.Same as ever is a timeless classic that teaches you lessons that are not just applicable in Finance or money but, life in general.Awesome read.

      4. Amazon Customer

        Rarely do i write a review but this book is a must read for all adults to make sense of the world around them.It can help them calm their nerves of what happens next and deal with any crises calmly.This book is the essence of all the learnings from the past and made easily readable and understandable .I will not say it a great book or an amazing book but a book that should be read by everybody.

      5. Random avid Reader

        Morgan has done it again — a book with so v many nuggets of wisdom that you’ll get tired taking notes. must read

      6. Deep Knowledge

         After Psychology of money, of which I am already a big fan. I was waiting for Morgan’s next book and just after reading the first chapter – hanging by the thread I am already waiting for the next. Each sentence is a drill for brain with timeless laws of life. I am very grateful to Housel to think and write this book. Thank you again.

      7. Rustham Shahan V

        Must read

      8. Vasanth Kumar

        Amazing write up by Morgan Housel as usual. Great read.

      9. Tall Arizonan

        TimelessnessThis book has had a profound impact on my thoughts. Furthermore, it’s been about a week since I finished it, and I’d say that I’m more at peace and mentally better equipped to confront the world. It’s definitely worth the cover price.Video and media algorithms cause many people angst. Even if you’re aware of the manipulation, it’s true. Thinking about what is and isn’t eternal and unchanging is the perfect way to counteract this. Yet, unfortunately, for some of us, due to our careers, NOT exposing yourself to these algorithms is not an option.While Housel comes from a finance background, the insights in this book apply to many different areas of life. He draws from many areas.The opening story about the whims of fate is gripping and poignant.It’s been a profitable mental exercise this week since I finished the book to look at various situations and to try to identify what is unchanging in it, or what rarely changes.

      10. Howard

        Thought provoking book with good approach to lifeWell written book that you can read a story or a chunk at a time. As the book endorses (and in particular quotes Bezos about) perhaps the most important question we should ask about life is not what is going to change in the next year or the next decade, but rather the question we should ask, is what is going to stay the same, i.e., won’t change. This is valuable information to help us make better lives for ourselves in many ways.

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