Book #3 changed the way my mind worked forever

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I experience mixed feelings whenever someone recommends a book or a song that came out years ago and which I’m just discovering now. One part of me is grateful for the recommendation, but another part of me says, “This came out years ago and I’m only just discovering it now?!”

Not me, but damn. I mean…

You can have almost anything you want in life as long as you a) help enough other people get what they want, and b) you don’t care that in the beginning, most people will just think that you’re failing. …

More than 1,200 people trust me to bring them the absolute best book recommendations I can each week, but there’s only so much that I can fit into one email without overwhelming people!

So, what I’ve been doing is publishing the “long” version of those emails here, and sending the…

It’s never been easier to enter the top 1%. I could easily be talking about money and material wealth, since we’re living through the greatest wealth transfer in the history of humanity — the internet gold rush.

But the new metric for success has more to do with work ethic…

This is a bestselling suspense novel in Italy by the author of great books like The Name of the Rose, and Foucault’s Pendulum, the former being one I’ve read already and greatly enjoyed.

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“To grow, you must suffer. Some people will get it, some people won’t.”

-David Goggins

Gravity and growth: They’re not just good ideas — they’re laws. You can fight gravity, but you won’t win. …

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Most of us go through life as though we had all the time in the world.

Maybe even worse, we live as though our health will never decline, as though we’ll always enjoy the same vitality we possess now, and as though we’ll always have time to change our future.

Arianna Huffington

There has to be more to life than working and slaving and spending and consuming until you die. There has to be.

But if we’re subordinating ourselves to our jobs, grinding away without questioning our direction, our methods, or even the state of our mental and physical health, we’re likely…

“Loserthink” isn’t personal. It’s not about how smart you are, but about the quality of your thinking.

Scott Adams is usually one of the most sane and sensible thinkers around today, and this book is proof. …

Matt Karamazov

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