Books

Reading List

This is a collection of past reading material. I hope you receive tremendous value from them.

Mindset

The 50th Law by 50 cent


Few have been through as much and have had as harsh an upbringing as Curtis Jackson. Known as the rapper 50 Cent, his life story and tips for moving past and around the major obstacles you'll face is very inspiring and enlightening. Written by Robert Greene, this piece goes deep in 50's past life in the ghetto, stories about being shot twice and how we became the rapper and movie producer we know him to be today.

Mindset: The New Psychology of Success


In her book she sheds light on two states that most of us operate in. A fixed mindset and a growth mindset. She argues compelling how a fixed mindset keeps you stuck and gives numerous examples and scientifically backed studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of adopting a growth mindset in your everyday living and actions.

Flow: The psychology of Optimal Experience


The ability to be in the moment and experience deep focus on our most important tasks and projects seem to be a lost art. In this book written by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, you get the blueprint for how to get into flow easier and stay there.

On the Shortness of Life by Seneca


Few pieces of poetry express how valuable our days, months and years are and the rich meaning of life like this one. Ancient Philosopher Seneca, goes deep and questions our perception of time, ourselves and challenges you to redefine your reality before it completely defines you.

Business

Opportunity by Eben Pagan


Opportunity is everywhere. We'll never know unless we know how to spot them. Technology, increased access to information has put us in such a maze of distraction we can't process and full take on the opportunities that present themselves to us.


This book helps solve that problem.

Profit First by Mike Michalowicz


Many companies go down because of misaligned priorities, poor planning and vanity metrics. Profit First gives you a primer on what to focus on to ensure you have a well oiled money producing machine without the fluff and shinny object syndrome of distractions.

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