Book Discussion - The Psychology of Money
In this episode, we discuss Morgan Housel’s book The Psychology of Money. We explore some of the key points, like the role that luck plays in success, why poor people buy lottery tickets, and the differences between getting wealthy and staying wealthy.
The Psychology of Money
The Psychology of Money – Book Summary & Notes
Morgan Housel's Website
Morgan Housel's Twitter
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