By The River Piedra, I Sat Down and Wept by Paolo Coelho. This book opened new doors for me.
All self-help is bullsh*t. It’s hard to choose yourself when an iceberg hits the Titanic.
When you own a stock, you own part of a company. So study what makes a good company.
A single book can unlock an idea, start a business, generate a change, seal a life decision, open you to a new perspective, prepare you for some unknown adversity that lies around a curve in the road.
Be inspired by the people who truly changed the world for the better, and learn lessons from the writers and thinkers who have deeply studied the topics and personalities and problems of the past.
If you read (or at least watched) One Day, you know exactly why July 15 is a special date.
We’re fortunate to live in an age where Viet Thanh Nguyen wins the Pulitzer Prize in 2016 and where our literary scene can include stories that revise or even challenge the “immigrant narrative” that for years had dominated the conversation.
I know it’s not what the cool kids like to do, but I like to read non-fiction. Lots of non-fiction. And my favorite moments reading non-fiction are when a book bitchslaps my brain and reconfigures my entire understanding of reality and my place within it. I love that. It’s like a mind orgasm.