An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth

An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth

Authors: Chris Hadfield,

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4000 hours in space, killing a live snake while piloting a plane and breaking into a space station with a swiss army knife give Chris Hadfield enough credibility to say “Nothing is impossible”. His entertaining stories, challenges and insightful thoughts of life away from Earth will change your life forever from a perspective you have never imagined.

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The Courage to Act – A Memoir of a Crisis and Its Aftermath

The Courage to Act: A Memoir of a Crisis and Its Aftermath

Authors: Ben S. Bernanke,

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In 2008, America could have faced another “Great Depression”, but it didn’t — thanks to Ben S. Bernanke and his team. In The Courage to Act, Bernanke elaborates the strategies they developed that prevented the US economy from crashing beyond repair, along with details of the policies that had to be developed and the profiles of the people who saved America.

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Made in Japan: Akio Morita and Sony

Authors: Akio Morita,Edwin M. Reingold, Mitsuko Shimomura

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Founder of Sony, Akio Morita shares the story of one of Japan’s biggest conglomerates — a brand that is recognizable around the world. He also gives the reader an insight into his personal experiences as a businessman and his views on global economies.

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Iacocca: An Autobiography

Authors: Lee Iacocca,William Novak

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Lee Iacocca was the son of an Italian immigrant and also a man who people urged to run for the presidency. In this autobiography, Iacocca shares with you the story of how he brought Chrysler from near-death and repaid a loan of $1.2 billion. Being the former president of Ford, Iacocca also gives you a look at the flaws in Henry Ford’s management.