Steven R. Covey ( div. The Undoing Project 5 Levels of Leadership – John Maxwell Alan Watts is a brilliant writer/philosopher. Steal like an artist by Austin Klein. by Angela Duckworth The power of a positive no – William Ury The Drunkard's Walk: How Randomness Rules Our Lives A Mind For Numbers – Barbara Oakley. A very practical, versatile, non "spiritual" philosophy. In this book, he gives you the advice you can use to start leveraging checklists to streamline all facets of your life and business (just ask any pilot). I feel like many of these novels have insights into human nature that would be hard to express in logic or numbers or nonfiction discussion. But for many non fiction books, the main idea is covered sufficiently in the beginning for me to get the gist of it. The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion We are a legitimate registered and certified lender. If you (Ramit) send me your best mailing address, I'll send you a copy. The Big Short by Michael Lewis: Amazing combination of knowledge and entertainment. It is a different perspective on debt and finance that will broaden your view. Date-onomics is a fascinating look at the numbers behind dating and the tactics women can use to find success. I have four young kids and am probably only sane because of this book. finally, It's a lot of fun, and you can learn much from it about many aspects of life. You seem to like first-person military books and E.B. Wonky. Since your working with a fixed table size your field won’t expand but you give your visitors the opportunity to at least scroll to the right. For a different tale of entrepreneurship and perseverance, read American Steel, by Richard Preston (about how Nucor changed the steel industry). Currently reading this about setting strategy and driving that strategy forward in an organization. If you are someone who complains about not being able to save but goes out and drinks beer every weekend and reading a book will make you realize the errors in your ways, than this is a great book for you. Black Box Thinking ** also on your list This series has you thinking deep about human behavior, psychology, authority, and invisible scripts. 4.Telling True Stories: A NonFiction Writers' Guide – Misc (Nieman Foundation at Harvard University). I don’t have kids, but when I do, I’m going to make sure I have the talk with them early. – The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle. He also bashes on young people relentlessly. Tall Poppyship – Ian Stephens with Roger Antony Try using when displaying the Amazon store. Execution – Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan How the way we talk can change the way we work: seven languages for transformation is a fantastic book – very clear, and a distillation of much of his thinking to date, presented in a very practical framework. So the best person to read is Bert Hellinger, developer of Family Constellations. 3. I still can’t believe I actually did what I said I was going to do and I can’t wait to start my next one but Here’s the link: Do read it. The one book that I miss here that apparently no one has mentioned yet: Viktor Frankl's "Man's Search for Meaning". An illustration of two photographs. ', An unknown but fun book… "No Brown M&Ms! 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing – great book on marketing with longstanding principles, Military/Leadership: I've read What Happy Peopke Know at least 3 times, and enjoyed Brain Rules for Baby and The secret to happy families., A Long Way Down is fantastic. The Tinkerers – Alex Foege. In Creating Magic, Lee Cockerell gives you the exact leadership principles that took him to the top of one of the world’s biggest companies and the methods you can use to become a better leader yourself. He was the greatest samurai who ever lived and his mastery of swordsmanship and undefeated battles showcases the direct analogies to mastering the strategies of business, life, and virtues. 11. An excellent story into strategy, focus, psychology, and understanding people around you. Ramit, thank you for the list; can't wait to check many of them out! Ishmael. . I don't think so. The first one that comes to mind is hands-down Cialdini's Pre-suasion. by Herminia Ibarra Insert scrolling=”yes” in the script and height=”1000″ Drop all menu items to the right. Memoir. Rework – Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson. Can you elaborate on the contradiction? Yet, books on psychology and productivity can be very beneficial. How do you make reading worth the time invested ? Judgment in Managerial Decision Making – Max H. Bazerman & Don Moore Structured as a six-week plan, I Will Teach You to Be Rich offers no get-rich-quick schemes or stock tips. 3) Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking by Susan Caine 2. by Charles R. Cross, How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World I find is lots of ideas and I feel overwhelmed and stop reading anything for weeks. Two books I think everyone should read: This (and "The Checklist Manifesto" which I loved but you already listed) are getting a ton of love within the DoD, where I work. PS a very interesting gentleman named Russ Roberts at the Hoover Institution recently published a very user-friendly book on Smith's Theory of Moral Sentiments and its contemporary relevance. Learning to make tough real politik choices. The Millionaire Fastlane: Crack the Code to Wealth and Live Rich for a Lifetime, Its strange that this book is not in your list, In the realm of psychology: A novel approach to psychology that we all basically have multiple personalities that bubble up under different events in life: during arguments, when things are going bad, when things are going good. Just made 3 additions to my Amazon gift list because, while I'm not shy to buy them for myself when the stack gets low, I also find it very helpful to have a backlog of books to answer the "what do you want for X holiday" question . And that`s a great difference …. Reading this book changed my life. Anything by Shawn Achor is worth reading, but I'm finding his newest, Big Potential, very interesting. Thanks for the recommendations… and the comments are awesome too! Very straight forward without fluff to fill pages. I'll second a public library and inter-library loan as a source. _The Secrets of Consulting: A Guide to Giving and Getting Advice Successfully_ Blood, Bread, and Roses, by Judy Grahn, 5. The Story of the Human Body. Thanks for sharing your book list. For the miscellaneous category, The Long Walk by Brian Castner. And concious beliefs too. Outstanding book. This is a great read for anyone interested in psychology and social skills. Impressively, this book is equally interesting to the ordinary reader as it is to experts. by Erik Larson, 27. Predictably Irrational – Dan Ariely. He is now approaching age fifty and has become consumed with finding the key to immortality. Do Clones Have Souls is a provocative political thriller which explores ideas on race, culture and religion through the eyes of Clones, America’s newest minority group. Any suggestions? It's made me laugh out loud at some parts, which is impressive given that it's over 400 years old. I could probably add dozens more given the time to do so. Awesome! I just finished Overwhelmed by Brigid Schulte and found it really interesting and helpful as I strive to create a better and more family-friendly work environment for employees. Thanks for the list – looking forward to checking out Bringing Up Bebe and Losing the Signal! I am sure you will enjoy this, even being outside of the realm of finance. Awaken the Giant Within – Tony Robbins (even if you hate Tony Robbins you should read this book… It can change your life) Typically, I don't think much of professors who write books but this had a lot of real world depth. The shape of luxury has changed since Louis Vuitton was making clothes in 19th century France — and award-winning journalist Dana Thomas found out why through this in-depth book that tears down the shiny facade of the luxury industry to reveal what really drives it. So Good They Can’t Ignore You What is yours? Misc. – CAPITAL IN THE 21ST CENTURY, by Thomas Piketty. Mate – Tucker Max, Geoffery Miller. Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less From Each Other – Sherry Turkle (Original publication: 2011), I've read quite a few of those books, both of yours obviously, and I love that you included Hillbilly Elegy. Buy as many lattes as you want. Well worth a read from a psychology/self-development point of view. Age of Propaganda‘s Elliot Aronson teams up with Carol Tavris to explore the cognitive dissonance we embrace to justify our bad decisions. ), Influence: Keith Richards' autobiography, titled Life. I'm the best-selling author of I Will Teach You To Be Rich. This is just mind blowing so, as you say, if it can get you an idea "to challenge long-held beliefs you’ve always had", go for it ! Books. Just listened to the audio book and found it fascinating. And one of my favorite WW2 POW books is: Unbroken, by Laura Hillenbrand. “Don’t let the breezy, irreverent style of this book fool you. I second Extreme Ownership. -Disrupted Two books that got my on my journey to being successful were by John DeMartini: 1. You would love this book Ramit because it is a complete satire. Think & Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill Also the No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn't Oh yeah and Life In A Half Second – Matthew Michalewicz. Thanks for the list Ramit, I’ll definitely check out The red circle (I’m fascinated by the whole Navy Seal mindset and outlook on life since I’ve known about Mark Divine and his material through The Brain Trust…). Sledge's With the Old Breed is a great first-person account of a private during WW2., for a short read, I would recommend "It's not how good you are, it's how good you want to be" Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less by Alex Soojung-Kim Pang was great! A Return To Love is one of my all time favourite books that I read in a time where I thought I would rip my family to pieces during Christmas but the book switched my mind and energised me in a way I thought impossible, It turned out to be my best parental visit ever. When taken at a certain angle, it can legitimately make someone a better person, not just a better manager. by Robert B. Cialdini, PhD ** was already on your list… whoops, 10. What can the former commander of a United States naval destroyer teach you about business? 2. Can't say that about most books in general. The Productivity Project – Chris Bailey. The money is not coming out of your pocket to pay the commission. 5. Something about the number 4 and the substantive descriptors. Any opinions on his financial philosophy? It also chronicles the fascinating story of how the authors used a methodology Houston developed to elicit the truth in the counterterrorism and criminal investigation realms, and how these techniques can be applied to our daily lives. Life changing for those that need it. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. So good it's too bad it's only 3 books! It explores the brain with a great narrative. The second one simplifies some complex theories on statistical analysis and understanding that you don't always have to measure to finite detail. Turn The Ship Around!, by Marquet Got a lot of interesting books I wanted to read and ordered them! Ramit, I think you would appreciate The Dao of Capital, by Mark Spitznagel. email : [email protected]. If you don't know anything about the problem, even a little measurement can help steer you in the right direction. " That's the most glowing short review I could give. I Will Teach You to Be Rich is packed with tips that actually work. The importance of family, authored by the best writer since Chekhov. It is a quick read, bur a fascinating look at what elements in a product/service/idea will cause it to go viral. I Will Teach You To Be Rich takes a straight-talking and amusingly cocky approach to smart banking, saving, spending and investing.You don't need to be an expert to become rich, you just need to have a plan and know a few tricks. A thrilling look at one marine’s journey from Ivy League to leading a 40-man platoon in the middle of the longest conflict in our country’s history. As was stated before Ray Dalio's book Principles is excellent! The Morning They Came for Us: Dispatches from Syria by Janine di Giovanni – amazing book about the things going on in Syria, works well with your love of war/military narratives, Natural Born Heroes by Christopher McDougall – I bet you've already read it, but if you haven't, you'll love it. ), Tim Ferriss ( div. Thousands of readers have used this book to rapidly and dramatically improve their finances. Having read your inspiring list of the 50 books to read, I have to admit I only ever read one of them – all quiet on the western front was a have-to-read in german school too, obviously. The Tipping Point was a great book, but I thought that Blink was a bit of a clunker. We all go through our respective school systems to learn the basics but progress is far more amazing once you figure out the best system for learning. Michael Port – Book yourself solid ; A more conservative way of making money than your favourite book, still very hands on with lots of practical tasks and exercises to home in on your goals. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. Enjoy! I do believe it's worth the time. This book has my heart. Arnold and models book attracted me. The library suggestion was a good one – personally, I'm a fan of buying used books so I don't have to stress out about returning them. by Chris Voss, 24. His writing is accessible and delicious to read. Anything by Joe Sugarman would be a great addition. I'm reading Thank you for Being Late and loving it. by Lynne Twist While the latter discusses science, the former is poetic and highly persuasive. 6. Also, would add "The Automatic Millionaire" by David Bach. For cultural commentary, try Searching for Whitopia to hear the author's insights on what is driving the racial divisions in the USA. All in all, it's a great read. BTW, your site is not unique in this regard; 3-column layouts are even worse, and sites like the Wall Street Journal (which one might think to be more “in tune” with my age-group) is *really* messed up. Highly recommended read! a rich life, practical financial management Thanks for this comment! Guess what? . His stoic trio (Obstacle, Ego, and The Daily Stoic) are fantastic as a very practical, non-spiritual way to get some philosophy and help guide your life/ambitions in a positive way. Surprisingly most other strategy books gloss over or completely ignore creating barriers. Principles by Ray Dalio I am not a Jungian, but I will mention another great book by one: Kinds of Power: A Guide to Its Intelligent Uses by James Hillman. Apply for a quick xmas and convenient loan to pay off bills and start a new business or re-finance their projects at a cheaper rate of interest of 2%. Gaining Control by Robert Aunger and Valerie Curtis Remote is about making remote work feasible. War, ways to improve yourself, research – it's awesome, I love Rework: 3. Everybody Lies- Seth stephens Davidowitz. How to get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia explaining the forms of experience that these religious tendencies may assume. A psychiatrist created this book about Happieness in cooperation with the Dalai Lama – it worked great for many people out there – including me , Have fun reading – and far beyond! Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 8, 2020. Marquet took matters into his own hands and pushed for leadership at every level. Highly recommend this book to read. A very cool look into the guy who created it and the guys trying to stop him. Current read is amazing non-fiction story that has greatly affected medicine: The Immoral Life of Henrietta Lacks (about HeLa Cells), by Rebecca Skloot (Oprah Winfrey plays her daughter in the DVD movie). – Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain Also, some of the most interesting parts of life are contradictory. Many "poor" people in "poor" countries have plenty of assets, but they struggle to turn assets into capital – the kind of capital that generates new wealth. The idea is to invest some money in an annuity every year so you have different streams of income after you retire. I use it consistently! If you haven’t read this one yet, make sure you do ASAP as I definitely recommend this book to read. After viewing product detail pages, look here to find an easy way to navigate back to pages you are interested in. This is not (yet?) You can do better. [Author bio:, About the book: Drawing on his twenty five years of groundbreaking research on moral psychology, he shows how moral judgments arise not from reason but from gut feelings. 4) Nurtureshock. Principles by Ray Dalio How to Measure Anything: Finding the Value of "Intangibles" in Business – Douglas W. Hubbard. Software. It's an interesting contrast with Joker One, similar intense combat conditions only 60 years earlier but with the same honesty about the psychological impact of combat. Anything by Michael Lewis is worth reading, and this book is no exception. Thanks, Ramit. 1. 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