WRE Book Club – July 2020
Welcome to the WRE Book Club, where we share which business, leadership, real estate and Africa related books we are reading. And maybe, just a few books that have nothing to do with work, but we enjoyed and felt like sharing.
Each month we will be listing 5 books that we are reading and once finished we will update this page to leave our comments.
If you have any recommendations, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Book # 1
The Mysterious Seed: Powerful Secrets of Increase Financial
By Olajumoke Adenowo
This book will surely liberate you from ignorance and presumption and set you on the path of financial increase. It deals with the following: • The mysterious power seed carries • The accurate technology of sowing • The right posture for receiving • The transformation of the seed into your harvest • And many other secrets that affect your harvest. The in-depth but plain teaching in this book answers your questions, dissolves your every doubt, and releases great faith for great increase.
Book # 2
By Michelle Obama
The intimate, powerful, and beautifully written memoir by the United States’ former First Lady that inspired the major Netflix documentary.
In her memoir, a work of deep reflection and mesmerising storytelling, Michelle Obama invites readers into her world, chronicling the experiences that have shaped her – from her childhood on the South Side of Chicago to her years as an executive balancing the demands of motherhood and work, to her time spent at the world’s most famous address.
Book # 3
The Smart Money Woman
By Arese Ugwu
This book tackles, debt, spending, the consumerist culture of the African middle class, the fear and misconceptions surrounding money and the lack of it, love, friendships, cultural and societal pressures and the roles they play in success. With each chapter comes a Smart Money Lesson, there to help you work your way up the financial ladder.
Book # 4
By John Brooks
Stories about Wall Street are infused with drama and adventure and reveal the machinations and volatile nature of the world of finance. John Brooks’s insightful reportage is so full of personality and critical detail that whether he is looking at the astounding market crash of 1962, the collapse of a well-known brokerage firm, or the bold attempt by American bankers to save the British pound, one gets the sense that history really does repeat itself.
Book # 5
The Ride of a Lifetime
By Bob Iger
This book is about the relentless curiosity that has driven Iger for forty-five years, since the day he started as the lowliest studio grunt at ABC. It’s also about thoughtfulness and respect, and a decency-over-dollars approach that has become the bedrock of every project and partnership Iger pursues, from a deep friendship with Steve Jobs in his final years to an abiding love of the Star Wars mythology.