Thinking Fast and Slow https: It opened my mind to understand metaphors and analogies in literature. It allowed me to peek under the surface of text. Seriously, every written piece I read after that was different for me than before.
Jewish wisdom for business success. Call of the wild by Jack London: Technically this book is about how humans interact with things, but actually it covers a lot more topics that one can think: From student magazine to Virgin to crazy ballooning adventures and space!
I keep coming back to this when I feel like I need a morale boost. There isn't an audible version for this book, but there is a summary-type version on Audible "Screw it, Let's do it"- does a good job curating the exciting parts. Jeff Bezos is quite easily one of the most important and influential people in the world.
I personally use Amazon and their products every day. It's a really interesting view of how things are run backstage. Almost all startup founders I have met has read this.
They usually have a very polarized view of Jobs after reading this. Jobs was a very polarizing person and so is his biography This is a very long book. Elon Musk Ashlee Vance -Another polarizing book. I picked this up in the day it was launched!
I have read this at least half a dozen times by now. Hard-work, perseverance and creativity to the max. A must read for every entrepreneur. Gives a very interesting view of- behind the scenes at Apple during its inception and early years.
I read these while I was contemplating conceiving my startup and giving up the "safety" illusion of safety of a "normal-job". A must read for anyone planing to start a company and want to take it to the stratosphere or higher!
A short but powerful memoir by Obama. This gives a unique insight into Obama's thought processes. Most people can relate to this and every "Leader" must read this.
It really helps clear some of the fog on- what makes an effective leader. Culture is key and culture is defined by the Founders and the first few hires. The two companies are extremely similar in many ways timing, shared economy, disruptive but radically different in the way they are run.
This came out earlier this year and is probably one of the best "startup-books" of ! Zero to One Peter Thiel -A very short book, a must read for every entrepreneur.
The power of Habit Charles Duhigg -I have always wondered how successful people get so much done. They have the same amount of time as everyone else, but they are able to get so much more done This book answered that question.
Ever since, I have been using "Habits" as my ultimate personal tool. A good companion book from the same author "Smarter Faster Better". I really wish I had actually made an effort to read the whole thing.
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