“A great book should leave you with many experiences, and slightly exhausted at the end. You live several lives while reading.” ― William Styron, Conversations with William Styron
You always want to be improving yourself, and one of the best ways to do that is to pick up a book and absorb knowledge from the experience of others. Below are a list of books that I have read that I would highly recommend you check out. This is my second list of books and you should checkout my first list of recommendations if you haven’t already. 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 – Preventive Medicine (Volume 2) by Rollo Tomassi
The 2nd book in Rollo Tomassi’s book trilogy, this book is essential reading for every man. Be sure to checkout his blog at The Rational Male for much, much more thought provoking topics.
How to Get Rich by Felix Dennis
This is an excellent read, especially people interested in entrepreneurship and business success. There’s too many insights to list in this book and some great quotes. I would highly recommend this to those motivated to conquering life.
31 Days to Masculinity by Hunter Drew
A great guide for men, this book outlines a one month self-improvement regiment. A very powerful read, you you’d be doing yourself a huge disservice by not checking it out. You should also checkout the author’s blog, The Family Alpha.
How to Make Sh*t Happen by Sean Whalen
A short but insightful read, this book is a proper kick in the ass. No excuses, just action. This book will motivate, inspire and light that fire inside you to get your goals accomplished.
Steal Like an Artist by Austin Kleon
Another short but powerful read, this book gives great insight into helping anyone and everyone with their creative process. This book is one of a kind as you’re not going to find another read quite like this one.
Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson
A seemingly odd-ball pick, this read is actually quick, simple and insightful. It puts the concept of change into perspective and is a bit entertaining in the process.
The Rational Male – Positive Masculinity: Positive Masculinity (Volume 3) – by Rollo Tomassi
In order to complete this list we had to round it out with the completion of Rollo Tomassi’s book trilogy. If you haven’t read this yet, grab it now. You’ll thank yourself after the first chapter.
Knowledge is power. Time to power up. Cheers.