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“It’s okay if your life is unsatisfactory.

It means I’m ready to grow again!“

Darren Hardy, the author of the book, is a self-made millionaire who is already 27 years old and owns a business with annual sales of more than $50 million. He has also served as the publisher and editor-in-chief of the 120-year traditional self-development magazine “Success” and has analyzed success strategies shared by numerous entrepreneurs and celebrities. Through his personal experience and conversations with world leaders, Darren Hardy’s secret to success is simple. It is to apply the compound effect, a compound effect, to our lives, that makes a huge difference through a small but wise series of choices.

In interviews with Richard Branson, Colin Powell, and Serina Williams, Darren Hardy found six key skills needed for compound effects to work. With only these six skills, anyone can make their life a blessing. It is a book that will present simple yet powerful strategies for all kinds of life redevelopment plans, including eating habits, body care, salary rise, and business success, and cause explosive changes and success.

Table of Contents

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Prologue: Life is a blessing if you learn six things

Chapter 1 Use the Compound Effect: The Art of Benefits
What is compound effect | 1 Cent magic | Minor differences eventually change fate | Big waves created by small waves | Truths evidenced by experience and history | No instant success | How compound effect

Chapter 2 Focus on This Moment: The Art of Choice
Elephants Don’t Bite | Blame or Appreciation | Be 100% Responsible for Yourself | Learn the Luck Equation Properly | Finished ‘Lucky Equations’ | Track Your Behavior | Money Traps You | 3 Weeks Self-Tracking System | Invisible Change Makes a Hero | I Just Went Around The Building | The Secretaries Who Became A Millionaire | Time Piling Up | How to Run a Marathon | How to Run a Compound Effect

Chapter 3 Make Your Behavior My Side: The Art of Habitualization
Human beings are ‘habit animals’ | Get out of the trap of instant gratification | Find your ‘wy-power’ | Power to make everything possible | Find the value you can never give up | See what’s important to fight | What are your goals look like | How do you get rid of bad habits | How do you change your habits?

Activating Your Daily Life with Chapter 4 Routine: The Art of Momentum
Power to Accelerate Your Success | Let Routine Work | Focus on the Beginning and End of the Day | Morning Routine | Sweet Dream-Giving Evening Routine | Sometimes Shake Your Routine | What Happens When You Leave Yourself to the Rhythm | There’s an Order to Rhythm | Constant is Competitive | Let Water Pour from Pump | Compound Act

Chapter 5 Control External Factors: A Description of Influence
1st Influence, Input: Beans Up | Don’t Touch Dirty Water | Watch Your Glass | Media Consumption Needs a Diet | 2nd Influence, Relationship: Who Are Around You | Cut Off People Like This | Find Your Success Partner | Mentor’s Investment Tips | Change Your Environment | 3rd Influence

Chapter 6 Grow Explosively: Technology of Acceleration
When Does the Moment of Truth Come | Key to Growing exponentially | Beyond Others’ Expectations | Reasons to Act Unexpectedly | Beyond Expectations | How Compound Effect Works

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The final installment of “Human Trilogy” by Yuval Harari following “Sapiens” and “Homo Deus”

World’s First Korean and English Version to be Published at the Same Time

The best guide to understanding the huge transition

a must-have book for Sapiens of the 21st century at a crossroads

The author, who discussed the past in Sapiens and the future in Homodeus, talks about the present this time. Will humans lose their jobs to robots, will democracy fail, and will the Earth be safe from environmental destruction? If you want prosperity, not destruction, pay attention to Yuval Harari’s suggestion.

The author does not address all the effects of new technologies in this book. It mainly seeks to shed light on the threats and risks it poses. Part 1 outlines the challenges we face, and part 2 looks at the reactions that may occur in the future. The third part analyzes the threat of terrorism, the dangers of global war, and how to deal with the problems of prejudice and hatred that trigger such disputes.

In part 4, we look at the concept of exhaustion and ask to what extent we can understand the development of the world and distinguish between justice and wrongdoing, and in part 5, we look at our lives in this era of chaos more comprehensively. Through this, it suggests a solution to what kind of tomorrow humanity will create today, which is locked in and opposed to ethnicity, religion, and racism.

Born in Haifa, Israel, he received his doctorate in medieval war history from the University of Oxford in 2002. He is currently a professor of history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. It is conducting research on a wide range of questions, including the relationship between history and biology, the essential differences between Homo sapiens and other animals, the progress and direction of history, and the issue of happiness in history. In 2009 and 2012, he was awarded the Plonsky Award for Creativity and Originality in Humanities, and the Moncado Award for his thesis on military history in 2011. He was selected as the “British Israel Academy of Science” in 2012 and gave a keynote speech on the future of mankind at the 2018 World Economic Forum in Davos. In 2017, “Homo Deus” was selected as the “Most Insightful and Influential Economic Book of the Year” by Handelsblat, a leading German business magazine.

At the crossroads, “Human Trilogy,” “Sapiens,” “Homo Deus,” and “21 Suggestions for the 21st Century,” which explored the past, future and present of mankind for Sapiens in the 21st century, have been published in more than 50 countries around the world and became a global bestseller with 16 million copies. The Memoirs of the Renaissance War by Yubal Harari is a prior study that serves as the ideological background of the “Human Trilogy” and is a doctoral dissertation at the University of Oxford in Harari. Now, it is time to take a glimpse of the origin of Harari’s ideas, which present a new and bold perspective on history and the future.

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Diamond argues that Eurasian civilization is not a product of originality, but of opportunity and necessity. In other words, civilization is not created with excellent intelligence, but is the result of a series of developments made possible by specific prerequisites.

The first step toward civilization is the movement from nomadic hunter-gatherers to a rooted agricultural society. Several conditions are required for this transition to occur. A climate dry enough to maintain storage, and access to animals gentle and versatile enough to keep livestock. Control of crops and livestock leads to food surpluses. There is a theory that people can specialize in activities other than maintaining a living and support population growth. The combination of specialization and population growth leads to the accumulation of social and technological innovations based on each other. A large society develops the ruling class and supports bureaucracy, which eventually leads to the organization of the state and empire.

Although agriculture occurred in many parts of the world, Eurasia gained an early advantage because more plant and animal species suitable for domestication are available. In particular, Eurasia has two types of barley, wheat, three types of protein-rich food, fibers, goats, sheep, and cattle. Eurasian grains were more protein-rich, easier to sow, and easier to store than American corn or tropical bananas.

As early Western Asian civilizations began trading, additional horses and donkeys were found in adjacent territories, especially for transportation.