I love to read. I always have. For most of my life, I've devoured fiction books. I've read the Harry Potter series at least five times. It was my favorite escape to dive into this magical world.
For a few years now, I've sworn off fiction books though and discovered how good a teacher non-fiction books can be. Now, I'm always reading at least one non-fiction book in a field I'm interested in. Today, I'd like to share my favorites with you.
All books by Tim Ferriss (The 4-Hour Workweek, Tools of Titans, The 4-Hour Body etc.) - All of Tim Ferriss's books are full of practical no-nonsense advice. I love it.
Discipline equals freedom by Jocko Willink - This book is pure energy. I reread it constantly when I feel sort of sluggish or lazy. It immediately gets me into the right mindset.
Never split the difference by Chris Voss - The one negotiation book everybody should read. I've learned so much from this and apply the tactics regularly.
I will teach you to be rich by Ramit Sethi - Finally, I learned how to invest money the right way. Wish I had read this much much early.
Atomic Habits by James Clear - The ultimate guide to building positive habits and getting rid of the bad ones. I've already followed James Clear's blog for years and bought the book immediately when it came out. It certainly didn't disappoint.
The subtle art of not giving a fuck by Mark Manson - This book has some great life advice. I love his style of writing.