A super short but incredible read. As someone is going through a very rough patch right now in his life this book really hit home for me. Even if you know all the things in this book, just reading it and trying to ingrain the wisdom of how some of the most successful
Very interesting book, the main lesson I got from it was that design is very similar to engineering where there is constant iteration based on user feedback. This is a must-read for all designers but also for marketers, engineers, or any one part of the process of selling or building a product.
Really enjoyed reading this book. Even though this book was written almost a decade ago I believe all the principles apply perfectly to what we as a species are going through today. So many eye opening case studies and statistics.
A remarkable book that truly sold me on the power of storytelling. Storytelling is the key to sticking out and being remembered in the attention economy where every company and their mom is trying to tell you something. I learned not only the format and techniques for effective storytelling
If you're wondering how AI will potentially affect your life, business, and every single industry in America and what you can do to prepare I recommend you read this book. The authors write the book with the preconception that the reader has no real expertise
If you're trying to master any skill in life then this is the book for you. It's not how long your practice it's how you practice is one of the core ideas of the book.
Definitely, worth the read, there were so many mind-blowing facts throughout the book, for example, did you know people who take their own life are eight times more likely than average to be in debt? After finishing the book I was full of hope and energy because even during times like these,
A great short read into why everyone is in the business of sales and the methods and tricks to stand out from the crowd. If you look at companies like Facebook, Evernote, Dollar Shave Club, etc they do not have a dedicated sales team.
I really enjoy Robert Greene's writing style. It's similar to your grandpa telling stories of the past while weaving in lessons on how to become the best version of yourself.
A masterpiece. One of the greatest books I have ever read. There was so much hype around this book and now I understand why. Yuval Harari is truly a genius and one of the greatest minds teaching in the 21st century.
Antifragile things get better with stress, fragile things such as a vase do the opposite and the sum of fragile parts make up an antifragile system.
A memoir of Paul Kalanithi's life battling stage IV metastatic lung cancer. Just as Paul was about to be finished with his long, arduous neurosurgery residency and about to reach the peak of his life and career, he is hit with some of the most life-shattering news anyone can hear.
An in-depth look in to Peter Thiel's unique philosophy in how to create a successful company in the 21st century. Thiel was the founder of Paypal, one of the earliest investors in Facebook and now the CEO of Palantir, a company that recently went public.
The most valuable skill to have in the 21st century is the ability to work for long periods at a time in deep concentration. But in a society where we are constantly being bombarded with emails, tweets, and blaring notifications the skill is becoming more and more important to have.
I watched a one hour long documentary about Elon Musk on Youtube about a year ago so I was hesitant in buying the book. After finishing this book, I concluded that it must now be in my top 5 must reads right alongside Can't Hurt Me by David Goggins. You hear about Musk's work
This book will no doubt become a classic in the realm of self-improvement. Habits are a way we solve reoccurring problems, and so they become the operating system our lives are run on.
The book was a relatively easy read, and the author does not waste any of your time. Newport debunks myths and makes bold claims such as how the statement of following your passion can end up leading you into a ditch. However, he has plenty of
What makes this story different than many fiction books is the way the Coelho is able to intertwine such deep wisdom and philosophy into the story. There are so many themes that can be applied to problems people face on a daily basis. It was also a very fun read, and it had me rooting for the main