Murakami chats with internationally renowned conductor Seiji Ozawa over two years of interviews.
Living better by learning
The Life Changing Magic of Tidying up is Marie Kondo’s simple manifesto on tidying. With over 4 Million copies sold, her message resonates with many—we all have too much stuff.
Have you ever thought to yourself, “What’s wrong with you? Why can’t you keep it together?” Who are you arguing with?
Taylor Pearson wants you to be an entrepreneur. Maybe you’re scared of entrepreneurship: “it’s too risky", “I need a steady paycheck to be safe". If Pearson is right, the riskier option is to stay at your job.
A short but incredibly useful impetus to learn about oneself.
Do you want to make something truly great? A body of work that sticks around, and helps people year after year? Are you sick of everyone telling you to churn out cheap, ’viral’ content? Ryan Holiday has the book for you.
The sportsman’s most common complaint: “It’s not that I don’t know what to do, it’s that I don’t do what I know!"
"Much of what we’ve been told about the qualities that lead to achievement is logical, earnest—and downright wrong.” - Eric Barker
If there’s anyone who knows how to reinvent himself, it’s James Altucher. He’s run hedge funds, started companies, lost it all with said companies, written books, hosted TV, and blogged about the worst moments of his life. His willingness to be vulnerable in his writing sets him apart from the sea of ’amazing’ self-help gurus. In “Reinvent Yourself", Altucher collects lessons he’s learned from his mentors, and shares them with you the reader.
The definitive book on running a Silicon-Valley style ’lean’ startup. Must read for entrepreneurs.
Gateless - a “self-improvement” book that will actually improve your life.
Seth Godin’s treatise on the need to be remarkable in today’s economy.
Holiday neatly outlines the tactics and mindset needed to become a growth hacker.
Do you get angry while skimming through news headlines? Then someone succeeded in manipulating you.
Pragmatic and brutally honest advice in the self-help sea of useless feel-good bullshit.
Ryan Holiday, author of The Obstacle is the Way, has just published his treatise on ego, sure to be another cult classic.
Not just another rant by a technophobe, Newport makes a compelling case for the importance of ’Deep Work’.