My favorite books and how I read
Nice list! I haven't read one. Going to check out Never Split the Difference first.
These are probably cliche at this point, but Kurt Vonnegut helped me understand I wasn't alone in some of my teenager thoughts, The Alchemist inspired me to be adventurous/romantic, and The 4 hour work week motivated me to push harder on my own. If you like fantasy, the Bible is one of the best, albeit poorly written.
The Sovereign Individual
Great article and I like a lot of these so I’m sure I’ll like the ones I’ve never heard of. I’d say The Art of Thinking Clearly is the best book not listed. One of my favorites
Great list! Thanks for sharing. Lots of my favorites, always nice to find a few I haven't read yet also. I thoroughly enjoyed and would recommend The Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel. Recently published. I'd also add that the most paradigm shifting fiction book I've read is Ready Player One. Opened my eyes to where the world is trending.
Anton Chekhov -Pari (Bet)
I read the "The Theory That Would Not Die" around the same time that I read The Drunkards Walk and Predictably Irrational. It's a history of Bayes' Rule and how it finally came to be acceptance in the world of statistics.
Also, The Invisible Hook: The Hidden Economics of Pirates by by Peter Leeson. One of the few books I read in only 2 sittings.