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The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
Increase your productivity and reclaim control of your time with Essentialism. This book isn't about doing more in less time, it's about doing only the things that matter most. Featuring a new 21-day challenge, Essentialism is a systematic discipline that helps you discern what is truly essential in your life, so you can eliminate everything that's not. This New York Times bestselling guide is perfect for anyone feeling overcommitted or stretched too thin. Start living a more intentional life with Essentialism.
Thank you @quotake_ for your kind words! "My current read 📖 Essentialism. How I haven’t come across this book before I don’t know. One word to describe how this book has made me feel so far would be ‘Clarity’. Highly recommend to anyone who feels their lives can be a bit full." – source
Also recommended bySteve HarveyKevin RoseRyan HolidayAnkur WarikooJustin KanElizabeth YinDanielle MorrillNoah KaganJ Wolfgang Goerlich2 others
The Presidential Biographies
This collection features three masterful biographies of Presidents John Adams, Harry S. Truman, and Theodore Roosevelt. Written by the talented David McCullough, both John Adams and Truman won Pulitzer Prizes. John Adams breathes fresh life into the American Revolution and the birth of the young republic, while Truman covers momentous events from the atomic bombing of Japan to the outbreak of the Cold War. Mornings on Horseback tells the story of how Teddy Roosevelt transformed from a sickly boy to a war hero and president.
By the end of it, I just loved John Adams and loved what he was trying to do. – source
Tools of Titans
The Tactics, Routines, and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World-Class Performers
Explore the tools, tactics, and life lessons of almost 200 world-class performers with this groundbreaking book. Delve into morning routines, workout regimens, recommended books, time-wasting pitfalls to avoid, and daily supplement intake of celebrities, athletes, Special Operations commanders, and black-market biochemists. This ultimate notebook of high-leverage tools has been vetted, explored, and applied by the author himself, making it a valuable resource for anyone seeking success and efficiency in their personal and professional lives.
Also recommended byManu GinobiliKevin RoseDaniel PinkAnkur WarikooSteve BurnsJames AltucherGreg NormanVladimer BotsvadzeGeorge Raveling
Flow and the Psychology of Discovery and Invention
Discover how creativity can make life worth living with this insightful book. Based on 30 years of research and 100 interviews with exceptional people, the author explores the creative process and what leads to those moments of excitement for artists and scientists. Gain a new understanding of why creativity needs to be cultivated, and why it's necessary for the future of our world.
Also recommended byPatrick OShaughnessy
When to Say Yes, How to Say No To Take Control of Your Life
Learn how to set healthy boundaries in all areas of your life with this New York Times bestselling book. Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend provide biblically based answers on tough questions, such as "Can I set limits and still be a loving person?" and "Why do I feel guilty when I consider setting boundaries?" The updated and expanded edition also addresses boundaries in the digital age, online dating, single parenting, and the workplace. Unpacking ten laws of boundaries, you'll discover firsthand how sound boundaries can bring new health to your relationships and give you the freedom to walk as the loving, fulfilled individual you were created to be.
I really like Boundaries. – source
Also recommended byDave Ramsey