Is Donald Trump A Sociopath?

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If I were to write the autobiography of Donald Trump in today’s time the title would be quite different, we would call it the sociopath.

Tony Schwartz
Co-author of Trump: The Art of the Deal (The New York Times Best Seller)

I didn’t follow the US elections, and if you are not an American citizen or if you do not live there, there is no reason why you should follow. That said, you must have heard about Donald Trump, as he managed to piss almost every other person I know (Actually I don’t even know one person who was in favor of him).  And now he is the president of one of the most powerful nations on Earth.!!

I know it’s an old news.

A couple of days ago one of my dear friends shared a podcast with me which I could not resist sharing with you. It’s a small audio (around 15 minutes) containing facts and analysis of things spoken by the president of the most powerful nation on Earth.

It was funny when he was running for the president now it’s scary.(click here to listen).

 

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Book Review: Why We Want You To Be Rich, A book from Donald Trump and Robert Kiyosaki

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Like everyone else I was also pretty sure that Hillary Clinton was going to win the elections and like everyone else I was wrong. Long time back one of my seniors recommended a book called, “Why We Want You To Be Rich: Two Men, One Message” by Robert Kiyosaki and Donald Trump. Back then Donald Trump wasn’t running for the president, he was just another billionaire and I knew just the basics about him. It’s only after he declared that he would be running for the president we got to know what was in his mind the whole time. 


The book gave an insight on how the system worked two hundred years ago. Basically the book focused on becoming an entrepreneur rather than working for a boss. Back then I wasn’t blogging, so I wasn’t taking any notes while reading the book and now I realize how important it is to write down while reading. Since I just read the book (and no notes for the important stuff) I could only recall that it encourages entrepreneurship, it also threw some light on the economic system two hundred years from now and it was good stuff.

Of course I wouldn’t have read the book if I knew about Donald Trump’s views. He may not be a good leader or a president but he shared some useful information in the book and I am very grateful for it. Let’s see how he is going to make America great again.