Recommended Reads

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“Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.” – Joseph Addison

Part of every man’s journey is a search for knowledge. Below are a list of books that I have read that I would highly recommend you check out. Some you may have read, others you have never heard of, but these books I’ve found to be great sources of inspiration and insight. I’m in no way affiliated with any of the authors, these are books I enjoy and would encourage others to read.

The Rational Male – Rollo Tomassi

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A book that easily is top 3 in essential reading for any man, this masterpiece by Rollo Tomassi lays out an introduction to intersexual dynamics, known as the Red Pill. Be sure to checkout his blog at The Rational Male for much, much more thought provoking topics.

The Millionaire Fastlane – MJ DeMarco

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This book is a masterpiece for anyone and everyone, especially people interested in entrepreneurship. It lays out the stakes of the game we’re all living in and explains the pathways we each face. A brilliant read filled with brilliant insight.

The Art of War – Sun Tzu

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A short but insightful read, this book has stood the test of time. It’s a great thinker and will help with approaching the many daily battles we face in life.

Capture Your Career – King Bless

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A short and great read, this book is about focusing your mindset to maximize your professional goals. Be sure to checkout King Bless’ blog as well.

The Like Switch – Jack Schafer

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Another thought-provoking read, this book breaks down the science behind interactions and how to use them. There is a little bit of Blue Pill rhetoric towards the end, but still, the overall book is a great read.

So What? – Mark Magnacca

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This book is short and content-rich. It asks an essential question around framing how we talk and in most cases try to sell to people which is: So What? What we say is not always of value, but understanding who we are talking to so we can frame our words to have the best impact is the core of what this book addresses.

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