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And I’m about to imply that the solution is reading 7 books with ridiculously cheesy, self-helpy titles. Hint: The answer does NOT involve compound interest.

I’m about to imply that you are not as perfect as you may want to believe. Pass them up at your own peril.1) The Four Hour Work Week What it is about: A how-to guide on dramatically reducing the amount of time you spend on stuff you don’t like. What is does: Gives you clarity on what matters in your life and what you need to make it happen (financially and psychologically).

From its beginning, Gay Talese’s profile of Old Blue Eyes is precise, elegant and endearing, without a whiff of press release plagiarism.

This collection from the godfather of New Journalism is a bedside table fixture, to be returned to again and again. Daniels’ The Correspondence, a brilliant collection of non-fiction “letters” written during dark nights of the soul: “It gives off the unmistakable crackle of an original writer who has found a new form.

Most guys protect their egos by refusing to accept they might have something to learn about girls or sex or making a living. If thinking of your job gets you down and you don’t have a plan to get out FOR GOOD in the next 2 years, stop reading now, and pick up this book.

It’s easier to put on the blinders than to admit deficiencies and begin the hard journey towards improvement. Tim says it best: most people’s idea of a a job “is predicated on the assumption that you dislike what you are doing during the most physically capable years of your life. This book tears that paradigm apart and gives you the perspective to become so much more than your job title.

I set myself a rough target of two books a week, and got through about 110 of them (32,000 pages, according to my Goodreads profile). : These books aren’t necessarily the most fun to get through, but they’re talking about something super important that is probably affecting your life right now, e.g.

I’m lining up books for the next 12 months, and I know you’re a book-reading bunch (that’s how you found me, right? So if you have some must-reads that would fit in the above categories, please share them in the comments!

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The teeming metropolis, the cynical manipulation of the masses by power-hungry politicians, the vast wealth put to work to fulfil personal agendas – it is all so familiar.

(Robert Johnston) John de St Jorre has had the life most little boys would dream of – recruited as a spy at Oxford, then a war correspondent and author.

You’ve got nothing to lose in reading them but a few bucks and a few hours time.

It has everything to do with frames and communication. Statistically speaking, you’re probably pretty average at sex. Read this and you’ll be better than 97% of guys by TONIGHT. Even if you think you know everything there is to know on the subject, this book is worth a read.3) How to Win Friends and Influence People What it is about: How to make the people around you happier while getting more of what you want and need from your relationships. Destroys shitty habits and replaces them with ones that will make people feel good being around you.

And you almost definitely rate yourself better than you are. You can JUMP in the ranks in 24 hours by reading one book. Of all these books, this one is the one that you can implement in full force TODAY. You don’t need to learn a secret new way to thrust. I credit this book with: is basically the How To Guide for the human race. If you’re good with people, if you have healthy relationships, if you can lead and persuade and make people feel good about being around you, you’ll live a charmed life. For me, the Six Pillars is just regular awesome-sauce.

Most people fail to realize that reading is the first step to getting better at anything you want in life.

In the notebook, I want you to write out 3 different sections.

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