Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read According to Tim Ferriss
All of the below people have been on my podcast, The Tim Ferriss Show, which now has 200+ million downloads and has been “Best of iTunes” three years running. I’d read these books and sought the authors out to dig deeper. These tomes cover practically everything, no matter your grand ambitions or thorny problems.
Short, hilarious, and profoundly practical. I’ve reread these 40 lessons dozens of times. Derek is a philosopher-king among startup contrarians, and he knows how to get what he wants, however odd. I love this guy.
This book was recommended to me by a PhD neuroscientist and is what finally helped me tame anger, one of my most destructive (and persistent) emotions. It’s easy to aim for “successful” and be miserable. This book is the antidote.
Scott, the creator of Dilbert, has an incredible approach to “career planning” that's as effective as it is unusual. He’s beaten all the odds and can help you do the same.
I tend to isolate myself, often at the worst times possible. Amanda helped me to learn to ask friends and family for help. It was a game changer.
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