"The High Velocity Edge: How Market Leaders Leverage Operational Excellence to Beat the Competition" by Steven J. 2. I have suggested this to you before and will again. I'm glad it caught your attention and will check it out C.J. When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalinithi I think you'd enjoy it if you haven't read it yet. The Enigma of Reason by Hugo Mercier and Dan Sperber Thanks again! Her observations on the differences in French and American parenting are eye-opening and can give any mom or dad fascinating insights on raising their child. You can read it regardless of your age. He won the ignobel prize by observing that strippers earn more in their most fertile week! The first one that comes to mind is hands-down Cialdini's Pre-suasion. The Power of Your Subconscious Mind – Dr. Joseph Murphy The book also shows you how simple it is to get started investing. I recommend reading Pushed by Jennifer Block and Husband Coached Childbirth by Dr. Robert A. Bradley. If I went back to when I first started writing copy and learning marketing, I'd tell myself to read this book 5 times over, plus the classics that you have on your list. Some older books that not many people talk about, but are still relevant, and some of my favorites: Competition Demystified (2005) – this one is dense but probably the best business book I've ever read. I just finished this book and loved it: It was more an overview of several concepts instead of digging deeply into one, but it was an interesting look at the pace of our lives and health. Child. Your never to far along to learn something new but sadly...this was not the book to do it. Well worth a read from a psychology/self-development point of view. Psychology: You've already mentioned Eat that Frog by Brian Tracy that is a great read as is Focus by Daniel Goleman. A book turned into a smash-hit (Free) Coursera class, its a great book on how humans learn and a great way to understand how to learn new things/tackle complex projects etc…. When taken at a certain angle, it can legitimately make someone a better person, not just a better manager. PS Advice to people over 65: Read every day, write every day and thing (a lost art in America) everyday. Presents the simplest way I've found to achieve exercise and weight loss goals. Confessions – St. Augustine. Ray Dalio's Principles is a must read. I recommend that people who are looking for reading ideas get on Goodreads. https://www.amazon.com/Empires-World-History-Politics-Difference/dp/0691152365/. I heard Sethi on the Art Of Manliness podcast and immediately bought the book, realising it was exactly what have been looking for. Also, one that I'm currently reading is a day a page book called "The Daily Stoic" by Ryan Holiday and Stephen Hanselman, "You Are a Badass" If you haven’t read this one yet, make sure you do ASAP as I definitely recommend this book to read. There is one catch though: This book is out of print. If you’re having a baby in the US, understand that our maternity care is broken and we have the highest rate of infant and maternal mortality of any developed nation. It's a bit "old" now, but still relevant, I think – and I reread a few parts every time I get stuck or upset with my business' progress. It's probably more applicable to people who need to network to build a functional team. Probably similar to the Power of Habit. Miscellaneous book recommendation: The Final Empire by Brandon Sanderson (Book 1 of the Mistborn series) because who doesn't love fantasy books with a hard magic system? 6. not yet published in English – I am busy helping with the translation at the moment (recommended also by Ben Greenfield and Ana Mangot)- The value of debt. ASK by Ryan Levesque and The Code of the Extraordinary Mind by Vishen Lakhiani. Nature and Selected Essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson. The Boys on the Boat by Daniel James Brown. A house in the Sky: A memoir No matter your business or position, you can apply Marquet's approach to create a workplace where everyone takes responsibility for their actions, people are healthier and happier – and everyone is a leader. One of Joe’s adversaries is Wolf news, owned by the villainous CEO. This is a great takedown of the book: https://www.salon.com/2017/03/11/hillbilly-sellout-the-politics-of-j-d-vances-hillbilly-elegy-are-already-being-used-to-gut-the-working-poor/. Hi Ramit, thank you for this list! Also lots about how Coca-Cola is the ideal business model etc. The one book that I miss here that apparently no one has mentioned yet: Viktor Frankl's "Man's Search for Meaning". This is *really* useful to people who want to understand what role science and technology have in shaping our society. This is a list about reading, so I find it kinda ironic that people missed that. Ken Iverson's Plain Talk: Lessons from a Business Maverick is a good follow-on read. some of his advice has been covered elsewhere, but he definitely has his own contributions to this topic. Being Mortal by Atul Gawande (I loved the Checklist Manifesto also) The three latest books by Ryan Holiday: Ego Is The Enemy, The Obstacle Is The Way, Perennial Seller. In this book, you’ll find some of the best actionable advice on creating copy that sells. He realized he was leading in a culture of followers, and they were all in danger unless they fundamentally changed the way they did things. For more on psychology I would recommend Nudge by Sunnstein and Thaler and Misbehaving by Thaler. I've ready many of them, but was so thrilled to see "On Writing" in there. There is a small group of marketers who drink from the cup of this book and we're trying to dispel many of the myths of marketing that are so prevalent. – "The Power of Moments," by Chip and Dan Heath – psychological examination of why some experiences have more impact on us than others I will only call your attention to "Superconnect," from Greg Lockwood & Richard Koch. Simply the best work of fiction you have never read. She went from 1% to….not. If you think that is a lie, check out the link in your browser when it opens to Amazon. After reading the first edition just over 12 months ago, I placed my faith in the process and followed Ramit’s actionable 6 week plan. Probably because this is what gives business a bad rep (but also lots of profit). If you're interested in $74 trillion in opportunity, Drawdown's list of 80 top solutions for drawing GHG out of the atmosphere can be read as an entrepreneurial shopping list. ; The Guide on how to improve your sleep, productivity, exercise, nutrition and overall life with the help of science, nature and technology. A must-read for any burgeoning entrepreneur (or startup employee). 4. Procrastinate on purpose – Rory Vaden I got a lot from "How To Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life", by Scott Adams. Let Our Children Go by Ted Patrick • Corduroy, by Don Freeman. "THE SOUL OF MONEY: TRANSFORMING YOUR RELATIONSHIP WITH MONEY AND LIFE" It'll give you a different kind of approach to behavioral finance than your own. It dives into the psychology of differentiation aka: how to be with someone and navigate the complex emotions of marriage while still maintaining your sense of individuality. It's written as a textbook for therapists, but it applies to anyone who works with groups anywhere (so, all of us who don't work in isolation). to start making extra money — in as little as an hour. Structured as a six-week plan, I Will Teach You to Be Rich offers no get-rich-quick schemes or stock tips. Such a good book. 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing – great book on marketing with longstanding principles, Military/Leadership: Ramit, I'm sure you'll love it. 2. How to get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia Thanks for this comment! No summary or teasers needed. A GREAT primer on investing in index funds. This book is both incredibly engaging and a dense read. The book is a retrospective on businesses that commercially exploit our attention from the first one-cent paper in New York in 1833 through current ad-tech models (including Claude Hopkins and snake oil sales). Let My People Go Surfing by Jacob Needleman Bring yourself "The Blank Slate", "How the Mind Works" and "The Stuff of Thought". There is a reason he is as successful as he is and he lays it all out in this book. Since its publication, the Siegel book has become known as the buy and hold bible, touting the overall benefits of long-term passive investments in equities. A very intelligent and articulate woman who was a journalist before the war, she talks about learning to survive amongst the chaos that ensued. – The Third Plate by Dan Barber Buy as many lattes as you want. Psychology – Social Physics by Alex Pentland: How good ideas spread – the lessons from new science. Nobel Prize-winning thinking, but he explains it so clearly. At the least, reading the introduction will be well worth the cost. Anything by Joe Sugarman would be a great addition. Basically I believe there is a giant taboo today with "if anything is biologically innate or genes related, it means the racists have it right" so nobody dares to discuss behavioral psychology. There was a problem loading your book clubs. Thank you Ramit. The Polysyllabic Spree is his book about trying to tackle a massive reading backlog (from classics like Dickens to books on quitting smoking) with misadventures along the way. Hello Ramit, It’ll help you tap into even more perks, max out your rewards, and beat the credit card companies at their own game. They make a interesting treatment about the "six degrees of separation" theory and a great case for their approach to networking, with examples and scientific research, I will definitely add many of those to my queue. While it doesn't neatly fit into any of your categories, the content is certainly interesting, and it relates to the propaganda theme of some of the other books on your list. Since you thought Japan was dope and you told me (at Chicago FF) you're planning to go again, I'd recommend "The Book of Five Rings" by Musashi Miyamoto. Ramit, I think you would appreciate The Dao of Capital, by Mark Spitznagel. Esther has a gift for prose. It's about zeroing in on the one constraint that's holding you back from success at any given time, and breaking the constraint. You can start with his first book, Love's Hidden Symmetry. Nick Hornby has a sharp wit and keen insight into people. 2. Thank you, Ramit! Love is a Decision by Kiran David Zitelmann interviewed 45 super wealthy Germans with a net worth of 7 and 8 figures to detect patterns in their psychology. If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on My Face? A Gentleman in Moscow by A. Just as some people with no financial background believe you only get rich by scamming people or being greedy, there is a similar sense that humans MUST be tabula rasa at birth or otherwise all hell would break lose. Astrophysics For People In A Hurry by Neil deGrasse Tyson, he breaks down the universe into an easy to understand format chapter by chapter. Uncommon Service by Francis Frei who teaches " we must dare to be bad in order to be great". I love graphs). The Creative Habit, by Twyla Tharp. I think it's brilliant. A co-worker suggested audiobooks and pointed out that if you can train yourself to concentrate and listen at the 2.0x speed, you can get through twice as many books in the same amount of time. My other favorite is Perry Marshall's 80/20 Sales And Marketing book. You can hear the passion and excitement in their voices and they recount their experiences in Iraq, then they apply it to situations many of us face on a daily basis in our own battlefields. He's done this so well that he's built an agency to help others do the same using his personal method. Regardless of title, the book drove me to quit my high-paying job (where I was definitely in a "roundabout") and start my own company. 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. The Grid: The Fraying Wires Between Americans and Our Energy Future Masterpiece doesn't do it justice. But I often forget about it. Gang Leader for a Day: A Rogue Sociologist takes to the Streets by Venkatesh by Matthew Syed, 12. Before long, his crew became fully engaged and the Santa Fe skyrocketed from worst t first in the fleet. This is more of a scholarly book, in academic format, but worth the read. I’ve pretty much devoured all of Suze’s books. I have plenty more but that's all for now. Have only read The Millionaire Next Door, it was a great read and changed my perspective on fortune/money and happiness, also got me out of this "get-rich-quick" pipe dream that many youngsters tend to have when I was young. I recently read Pound Foolish (Subtitle: Exposing the Dark Side of the Personal Finance Industry). 1. Best decision I've made in my career. One other one worth mention here, despite the bad title: The Millionaire Fastlane by MJ Demarco. has been added to your Cart. 1. As far as I can tell, your free stuff actually is better than other people's paid stuff. • Catcher In the Rye, by J.D. to use the 125% or 150% size option in order to read comfortably. Great insights on creating value and using that value to market. https://www.goodreads.com/review/list/37322008?shelf=ramit. Software. Excellent. 4. The book draws on the principles of John Bogle, the founder of Vanguard, and is presented in short, bite-sized chapters in plain language — so don’t worry about running to Google to look up esoteric financial terms. . by Angela Duckworth From a strict upbringing to bad relationships, bad life choices, and unending and relentless hustle. When you’re in charge of the happiest place on earth for over a decade, you’re going to learn a thing or two about management. The twelve steps of forgiveness – Paul Ferrini Great book if you are a complainer and in your early 20's...maybe? One of my favorite financial books is: Start Late Finish Rich, by David Bach. Seriously, this is a list about reading and yet – no one read that. I thought Quiet was really good for relationship insights… whether self, business or personal relationships with others… still working to get my husband to read to better discuss some of our both introverted but differently so styles/needs. How and when do you make time to read? Now, it has less than 1%. Wonderland: How Play Made the Modern World 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! The title is awful, but I found it to be incredibly helpful and thought-provoking when I read it several years ago, at the tail end of my 20s. if he can benefit from that too, so what? He's very good at helping people get out of debt. 4) Nurtureshock. Between the World and Me is the author writing to his son about growing up black in America and his perspectives. After reading this book I started to see this world differently. by Raj Raghunathan I'd recommend 1. In life, there are things you could do, things you should do, and things you must do. As homework I bought "For God, Country & Coca-Cola" by Mark Pendergrast. I suggest the latter. That said, it is extremely rich in case study analysis. Where can I learn more about annuities and this “ladder” idea besides this particular book? http://heathbrothers.com/the-power-of-moments/, I found Barking Up The Wrong Tree to be packed with useful/usable information. The Story of the Human Body. By the way, the Burton Malkiel book from your list is a great piece of work. The Varieties of Religious Experience – William James Thanks. I discovered that I been a dumbass that hadnt even got the slightest idea of what spirituality meant. It’s beautifully written, in short chapters, with few well-chosen words that sink deeply. by Charles R. Cross, How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life That his most popular book (and for good reason) but The Truth About Dishonesty is his most useful. * "Dreamland" is better than "Hillbilly Elegy" – https://books.max-nova.com/dreamland/, * "The Power of the Dog" is Game of Thrones set in the War on Drugs. I want to call this the blue-collar method to creativity. Monster – Autobiography of Kody Scott – an LA Gang member and his life story was interesting to learn more about gangs and life in prison, etc. I'm excited to move some of yours from to-read to i've-read :). Physics of the Future by Michio Kaku: Interesting thoughts about what future technologies may be and how they will affect our society. Everybody, see the world in a grander view, please! The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life by M. Manson Even if you don’t agree wholly with Malkiel’s conclusions it’s best to be familiar with the theory behind them. What's particularly valuable is the respect for the people that he's interviewing. I love this book. The Challenger Sale – Brent Adamson and Matthew Dixon Both of you having great lists. It is a book about a neurosurgeon who is diagnosed with cancer towards the end of his training. . Drawing upon over three decades in the hospitality industry, restaurateur Danny Meyer provides unique insights on the client/business relationship and the methods you can use to create positive relationships with your customer. A Little Truth on Your Shirt by Sonya Renee Taylor, Trust me I'm lying This is a great list and while I see some known staples I see that I may be lacking some paperwork in some areas, will certainly adjust my "marketing" section using this list. 3. Principles- Life and Work by Ray Dalio (not sure what I think about it so far, but it's interesting). I don't believe in learning 3 principles, I believe in learning them all. Smartcuts Having lived in Kentucky for almost 10 years, I'd heard a lot of buzz about Hillbilly Elegy and read it eagerly. The Craving and the Cross is a bold political thriller. Index funds and diversification are how they STAY rich, but they get rich by starting scalable business systems. I might add "Tree of Smoke" by Denis Johnson. Really interesting look at life on the home front in WW2, and how gender roles were rapidly changing at the time. The story of Alex's fight to save his plant is more than compulsive reading. Opened my eyes about how exploit kits are trafficked and how governments can probe each other. Rramit do you have the actual books or do you read them using a gadget (kindle or kobo)? Get the first chapter of my best-selling book, I Will Teach You To Be Rich, for free! It contains serious advice on personal-finance decisions from budgeting and savings to spending and investing.” —Burton G. Malkiel, author of. Please try again. by Adam Rogers, 18. – "Little Solders," by Lenora Chu – the true story of an American woman who put her kid in a Chinese public school in Shanghai Thousands, really? 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. Why we think we know more than we do? Freeway Rick Ross: The Autobigraphy Others say he is a schizophrenic and a heretic. The accounts in this book will make you a better writer and probably a better salesman. He adapted his methods for business in the follow up: “Executive Toughness” and “Organize Tomorrow Today” They are also great books, but start with 10 Minute Toughness it dives deepest into the mental game (and will help you focus your workouts!). This is not (yet?) It seems like an odd website to spend your time if you are offended by affiliate links. Simplicity Parenting – hands down favorite parenting book so far. I have already read a few of these suggested books (including yours Ramit) and learned a lot from them. 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: Think Like A Freak (Levitt). The Bogleheads’ Guide to Investing by Taylor Larimore, Mel Lindauer, and Michael LeBoeuf. Jimmy Carter's Autobiography. Now, the books I recommend to you and everyone else: 1. Growing up in a traditional Indian household I prided myself on doing a lot especially when it came to business instead of focusing on essentials. If you are interested in other books about self-protection I would recommend "Facing Violence: Preparing for the Unexpected" by Rory Miller. I borrowed _Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America_, by Barbara Ehrenreich, and it is a highly recommended read for a humbling experience on the ‘have nots’ in America. Whether you are an atheist and a dogmatic believer in science, or are a bit open-minded, this book will surely allow you to balance the limits of any extreme position when it comes to what we know and what we don't know, and how to better address the ways to explore the unknown, scientifically, not dogmatically. Family, inc. unique perspective on pf. Thanks, Ramit. Art of Learning – Joshua was a champion Chess player, had a mental breakdown & quit, then became a champion in Push Hands Tai Chi. Ramit, I thought I’d pass along the observation that your blogsite doesn’t “scale” well in Internet Explorer 7. We all know that his book Influence is good, in this one he explores how what we say and do right before we try to influence someone can impact their decision. I'm a huge fan of anything that gets more people to read. Great book…. And apparently, Jake, you don't even realize how tiny an Amazon commission is for a typical book. He assumes if you are young...you complain and don't take responsibility for anything you do but yet he assumes you will be responsible enough at your young age to buy a book on finance? 5) Scaling Up. Best of all, spend guilt-free on the things you love. If you like A Return To Love I think you need to dig into A Course In Miracles which is a beast but I think worth it. I'd recommend adding Jocko Willink’s books to your new list for recommended reading material. Two books that I think are key: i dont mind ramit making some commission, but yes, disclosure is nice. Rich Dad's Teach To Be Rich is about Robert Kiyosaki's decision to give up his manufacturing business and become a teacher...a teacher outside the walls of traditional education. Here's a recent one I enjoyed (and it also made me a little uncomfortable): Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari- a foundation shaking look into the history of humankind that made me nostalgic for my cultural anthropology class in college (#nerd.) It's amazing and fascinating and inspiring. We work hard to protect your security and privacy. Anything by Shawn Achor is worth reading, but I'm finding his newest, Big Potential, very interesting. I recommend The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R Covey. That’s why I decided to compile a list of 50 recommended books to read that I absolutely love — and think you will too. Turn the Ship Around – story of how Capt David Marquette took a sub he wasn’t qualified to command from worst to first in the Pacific fleet in 6 months and with changing only one crew member This book has my heart. A Field Guide to Lies: Critical Thinking in the Information Age by Robert I Sutton (title speaks for itself). Just bought a couple of these. . The two authors also offer up some tactics we can use to confront our own behaviors and learn from them. The Unfettered Soul is also a good book similar to Eckhart Tolle. I was enthralled by The Happiness Hypothesis by Jonathan Haidt for weeks. You can now get a full chapter of my New York Times bestselling book, I Will Teach You To Be Rich, on optimizing your credit cards for free. Finite and Infinite Games by James Carse, The best part is libraries have ebooks now, so that makes it even faster to get free books, Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown – The Art of Seduction – Robert Greene (just a fun read) I remember it was fascinating, I should read it again. He has ninety days to save his plant – or it will be closed by corporate HQ, with hundreds of job losses. What to Say When You Talk to Your Self by Dr Shad Helmstetter – the seminal title from the pioneer of the Self Talk concept and my mentor Shad Helmstetter, this book will make you more effective in managing yourself and communicating with others, guaranteed. Towels Or the smartest person in the room. True story. My Life in France by J. Also the No Asshole Rule: Building a Civilized Workplace and Surviving One That Isn't This book is for men, women, straight, gay, and everyone in between. Example of a nugget (paraphrasing here): When hearing a 'no' in a negotiation what they hear is 'give me a better reason why I should buy from you'. We just dominated the past quarter because of the flexibility, quiet, and focused work we had from our remote locations. The phrase “There are no good guys left out there to date” is practically a meme — however, the data backs it up. The Obstacle is the Way (Holiday) by Scott Adams Thanks for the Luxury Strategy recommendation Ramit. 2. "Inside the Box: A Proven System of Creativity for Breakthrough Results" by Drew Boyd & Jacob Goldenberg. by Richard P Feynman, 15. http://a.co/glydNdz. Do read it. The Intelligent Investor – Investing classic from Warren Buffett’s mentor and founder of modern investment analysis, Ben Graham I'm assuming you have read this next one, but everyone should read The Investment Answer, by Daniel Goldie and Gordon Murray (common sense investment advice that anyone can and should employ). Gaining Control by Robert Aunger and Valerie Curtis I know/care less about diving than you ever could about sports and I couldn't put it down. There is a prolonged detour into robotics that may have been better used as a separate book idea, but both collectively work in concert to elucidate that our connected ways ought not be adopted without careful consideration before, and deliberate reflection after. He distills years of research into a few critical principles that help you understand how to influence others and yourself — and how to protect yourself from unethical persuasion. 3. Personally I don’t Suze Orman’n credibility so high after reports that she doesn’t even follow the philosophy of her own books. Since I owned a furniture store in Florida for years, I quickly learned that 85%-90% of all buying decision were made by women. I found myself annoyed by AND rooting for the French all at the same time. I only mediate 10 minutes a day but it’s been crucial in keeping me sane. https://www.amazon.com/Righteous-Mind-Divided-Politics-Religion/dp/0307455777, Whet your appetite with Haidt's eye-opening piece about coddled college students, featured on the cover of the Atlantic (He's presently writing a new book about this phenomenon):https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2015/09/the-coddling-of-the-american-mind/399356/, Two of my favorite books and quick reviews –. https://www.pinterest.com/afnylander/books-ive-read/. Some books I think you might like: 1) The Count of Monte Cristo. Two that should definitly be there (hope I didn’t miss them) are Dave Ramsey’s Total Money Makeover and The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas Stanley. We all realized how big a distraction the office really was. Simple, straight-forward, eloquent. 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