Let's introduce some of the best business books I have read. I know--you think business books are too serious and grindy . I thought so too until I read these. And boy are my eyes open.
So without further ado:
Tools of Titans: The beat thing about Tim Ferriss is he introduces you to so many amazing people and their work. My favorite interviews included here: Maria Popova, Derek Silvers, and Alain de Botton.
So Good They Can't Ignore You: Instead of telling you the popular myth--to follow your heart and passion--this very insightful book argues that only getting good at your trade first will lead to success and fulfillment.
How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: You may not know this author, but you have probably heard of, if not read, the comic strip Dilberts. This book is actually very personal and get into his "favorite failures". As fun as it is a read, throughtout I have definitely learnt a thing or two.
You Can be Anything: If you think only a college student of the liberal arts should read this, think again. Pulitzer winner Anders here weaves his interviews with real liberal art students (they have names!) and his extensive research to shed light on the power of a liberal art education in today's world.
What's your favorite business authors and reads? What have you learnt?
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