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12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos

In 12 Rules for Life, author Jordan B. Peterson pulls from religious texts, philosophers, and real-life examples to create 12 rules for living, which include "Treat yourself like someone you are responsible for helping" and "Tell the truth. Or at least don’t lie."

1776

I haven’t been a big fan of history reads in the last, but 1776 changes my mind. It painted a really interesting and engaging picture of the American Revolution and the military mind of George Washington. I would recommend it if you, like me, didn’t pay attention in history class and want to understand the AR in greater detail.

Tomorrowland

In Tomorrowland, author Steven Kotler describes fundamental advances in science that have changed and will continue to change our world. Essentially, Kotler is writing about science fiction becoming science fact, which is happening at a remarkable rate. For example, he…

Hillbilly Elegy

In Hillbilly Elegy, author JD Vance tells the story of his childhood growing up among the white working class in America in a poor Appalachian town.

10% Happier

In 10% Happier, author and media personality Dan Harris details his experiences with meditation and the benefits it has brought to his life, claiming it has made him at least "10% happier."

Good Boss, Bad Boss

Good Boss, Bad Boss examines the character traits of (you guessed it) great bosses and terrible ones. It examines numerous studies around leadership and pulls from historical examples to highlight overarching principles for leading teams. One quote that stood out…

Viralnomics

I’ve known of Jon’s work for a long time, and I’ve read a few of his other books for personal trainers around building wealth and your business. Viralnomics is Jon’s take on how to grow an audience through social media…

The Founder’s Mentality

I read this one at the recommendation of Jason Khalipa, and I loved it. According to the authors, the founder’s mentality includes three pieces: Be obsessed with the front line – pay great attention to the customer experience. The details…

Crushing It!

Gary Vaynerchuck is an entrepreneur with a pulse on social media and attention. In Crushing It!, he attempts to outline the various ways to capture the attention of your intended audience with specific details for most social networks. He also…