It’s always a good idea to learn from smart people and know which books they recommend.
James Norman Mattis is the current the U.S. Secretary of Defense.
However, he is probably best known for serving as a U.S. Marine Corps general.
Learn how you can become successful even after failing multiple times.
Learn how being good at two skills is better than being excellent at one.
Learn the importance of exercise and how to make it into a daily habit.
Learn how tiny changes can lead to remarkable results.
Find easy and proven ways to build good habits and break bad ones.
This is one of the best books on productivity I’ve ever read.
Would you pay $80 to get 52 days of extra work outs and 17 hours of free time?
Learn how getting a home gym improved my life and why you may want to get one yourself.
This book is a collection of interviews from experts in nearly every industry.
Learn how to become a writer, why failure leads to success and why being busy is a decision.
Work may sometimes seem like an enemy, but it is actually be your friend.
In this article, I talk about a personal experience and what it taught me about work and life.
Accomplish more by managing your time, attention and energy
Learn the truth about multitasking and the importance of the Rule of 3
Become more productive and a better time manager by reading this book
Elon Musk is our modern day Steve Jobs, a serial entrepreneur that is changing the world.
He is a billionaire, CEO of Tesla & SpaceX, and also involved in the Boring Company and OpenAI.
James Altucher has founded or co-founded over 20 companies and written over 10 books.
This is someone you want to learn from.
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In 2017 I read 35 books, but I actually bought 52 books.
Find out how much each book cost and how much I ended spending on books last year.
At the end of “On Writing” Stephen King lists 150+ books he believes are worth reading.
Check out the list and let me know whether or not you agree with his choices.
Six months into 2018, I’ve read 21 books and written 34 articles.
A lot of the books that I’ve read this year have received 5 out of 5 stars, but a handful of these books really blew my mind and deserve extra recognition for being so awesome.
For: Entrepreneurs, college students, people who like inspirational stories, Ferriss fans
Lesson: Learn how the world's most successful people launched their careers
Learn 5 life lessons gathered from reading three books about slave labor camps
This article talks about “Man’s Search for Meaning,” “The Gulag Archipelago” and “The Forgotten Highlander”
For: People looking for self-improvement tips, people who love true inspiring stories
Lesson: Learn about Schwarzenegger's incredible life journey and how he became successful in three different careers
For: Young men, Jordan Peterson fans, Christian men, men that are bored with life
Lesson: Learn about what is needed to grow from a boy to a man and recover your masculine role
Book: “Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor Frankl
For: People searching for meaning in life or want to know how ordinary people cope with extraordinary situations
Take extreme ownership for every part of your life. It will be tough at first, the extra responsibility will be a burden, however, by owning everything you will become more motivated and disciplined in every aspect of your life.
I hope to continue sharing knowledge and fantastic books with all of you throughout 2018. In addition to writing articles, I’m also working on creating YouTube videos about some of my favorite books.
A lot of reading was done in 2017, in fact, I’ve managed to read 35 books. Here are my top ten favorite books of 2017 (in no particular order), enjoy!
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