You should consider having audiobooks in your life. Why? Audiobooks are an easy way to enjoy something entertaining while you are on the move.
This month, there are some new, interesting titles that caught my attention.
Audible encourages you to start for free with two complimentary audiobooks for being a new member, which are yours to keep forever.
While you can choose from thousands of audiobooks on the platform, I recommend the following audiobooks that you should consider based on its recency and relevancy.
Audiobook #1: Ten Drugs
How have plants, pills, and powder shaped the history of medicine? Author Thomas Hager answers it in this deep and wildly entertaining audiobook.
His subjects include the first antiobiotic that saved countless lives and the first antipsychotic that helped many mental health institutions.
This audiobook is about eight and a half hours long with an average rating of 4.5 stars.
Audiobook #2: How to Be a Capitalist Without Any Capital
According to Nathan Latka, there are four rules you must break to be rich. It doesn’t require an Ivy League education, money, or creativity.
In this audiobook, he explains that how it requires abandoning the old rules and following an uncommon path to copy ideas, bootstrap a startup with little to no funding, and invest in small businesses for huge gains.
This audiobook is nearly seven hours long with an average rating of 4.5 stars.
Audiobook #3: The Third Pillar
How do markets and the state leave the community behind? The University of Chicago professor and former IMF chief economist answers it in this audiobook masterpiece.
The author discusses how the markets, the state, and community intersect and interact with each other. Moreoever, he addresses what it is necessary to achieve security and stability in the community.
Publishers Weekly calls it, “insightful and thought provoking.”
This audiobook is about nineteen hours with an average rating of 4.7 stars.