- The Psychology of Money;
- Atomic Habits;
- Can't Hurt Me;
- Steal Like an Artist;
- The Almanack of Naval Ravikant;
- The Bible;
- The Ride of a Lifetime;
- A New Earth;
- Thinking in Bets;
- Make Time.
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Twitter is a great place to learn about books that might be of interest to you, but it's not an easy task to find what the majority is reading.
So I went through a lot of Twitter threads and compiled a list of the most recommended books in the last few months. Here it is:
The Psychology of Moneyby Morgan Housel
Doing well with money isn’t necessarily about what you know. It’s about how you behave. And behavior is hard to teach, even to really smart people.
In the psychology of money, the author shares 19 short stories exploring the strange ways people think about money and teaches you how to make better sense of one of life’s most important matters.
Atomic habitsby James Clear
Atomic Habits is the most comprehensive and practical guide on how to create good habits, break bad ones, and get 1 percent better every day.
If you’re having trouble changing your habits, the problem isn’t you. The problem is your system.
Atomic Habits will reshape the way you think about progress and success and give you the tools and strategies you need to transform your habits
Can't Hurt Meby David Goggins
For David Goggins, childhood was a nightmare—poverty, prejudice, and physical abuse colored his days and haunted his nights. But through self discipline, mental toughness, and hard work, David transformed himself from a depressed, overweight young man with no future into a U.S. Armed Forces icon and one of the world’s top endurance athletes.
In Can’t Hurt Me, he shares his astonishing life story and reveals that most of us only tap into 40% of our capabilities.
Steal Like an Artistby Austin Kleon
10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative.
An inspiring guide to creativity in the digital age, Steal Like an Artist presents ten transformative principles that will help readers discover their artistic side and build a more creative life.
The Almanack of Naval Ravikantby Eric Jorgenson
This book collects and curates Naval’s wisdom from Twitter, Podcasts, and Essays over the past decade. The wisdom of Naval Ravikant, created and edited by Eric Jorgenson, with Illustrations by Jack Butcher, and a Foreword by Tim Ferriss.
The Ride of a Lifetimeby Robert Iger
Robert Iger, CEO of The Walt Disney Company since 2005, shares the ideas and values he embraced during his fifteen years as CEO while reinventing one of the world’s most beloved companies and inspiring the people who bring the magic to life.
The Ride of a Lifetime is the book that Bill Gates suggests the most when he is asked to recommend one book on business.
A New Earthby Eckhart Tolle
A New Earth is said to be a cornerstone for personal spirituality and self-improvement for years to come, leading readers to a new levels of consciousness and inner peace.
Tolle provides the spiritual framework for people to move beyond themselves in order to make this world a better, more spiritually evolved place to live.
Thinking in Betsby Annie Duke
Annie Duke, a former World Series of Poker champion turned business consultant, draws on examples from business, sports, politics, and (of course) poker to share tools anyone can use to embrace uncertainty and make better decisions.
For most people, it's difficult to say "I'm not sure" in a world that values and, even, rewards the appearance of certainty.
By shifting your thinking from a need for certainty to a goal of accurately assessing what you know and what you don't, you'll be less vulnerable to reactive emotions, knee-jerk biases, and destructive habits in your decision-making.
Make Timeby Jake Knapp, John Zeratsky
Do you ever wonder where your day went? Or daydream about activities you'll get to "someday"? Knapp and Zeratsky share their tactics for a four-step daily framework that you can use to systematically re-design your days. Highlight, Laser, Energize, Reflect.