Post-Germany Reading List

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I’ve been reading some awesome books in the last few months since I returned from living in Europe. Reading is one of my favorite pass times. It can teach, inspire, and push you to action. The following books have been a real treat.

The Politically Incorrect Guide To American History – Tom Woods

Meltdown – Tom Woods

Equal Is Unfair – Don Watkins and Yaron Brook

Economics In One Lesson – Henry Hazlitt

Zero To One – Peter Thiel

How To Win Friends And Influence People – Dale Carnegie

Growth Hacker Marketing – Ryan Holiday

The End Of Jobs – Taylor Pearson

Contagious – Jonah Berger

The War Of Art – Steven Pressfield

[part of] Man, Economy, And State – Murray Rothbard

[currently reading] The Big Short – Michael Lewis

If you read The End Of Jobs, The War Of Art, How To Win Friends And Influence People, and Zero To One you will probably feel the most motivated and inspired you have ever felt in your life.

I am on an endless journey with Rothbard’s mammoth, Man, Economy, and State. I read some portions, reread others, but always find that there is an endless amount of awesomeness to learn from.

I really liked the movie, The Big Short. I’m just starting my job so I decided to read a novel to keep it light. Not too far into it yet but am enjoying it so far.

There is so much knowledge out there! Go and grab yourself some of it.


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