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9 Life-Changing Books (Ep. 96)

This week, my friend Martin and I are discussing the books that did the most to change our lives.

Each of us tried to pick four books (though Martin ended up with five, which is fair because I’ve read the last one). Some were influential in many ways; other might have had just one simple idea that made a huge change.

You’ll find all the books listed below, along with other things we mentioned during the episode.

Want to add your two cents about the books we picked, or talk about another book that changed your life? Join the discussion for this episode in the Community!

The books:

  1.  by Kurt Vonnegut
  2. by Steven Covey (here’s a summary)
  3. by Leo Babauta
  4. by Eliezer Yudkowsky
  5. by Greg Mckeown
  6. by Charles Duhigg (watch my 5 Lessons video on this book)
  7. by Benjamin Hoff
  8. by Tim Ferriss
  9. by Kurt Vonnegut

Other things mentioned in this episode:

  • 5 Questions: Setbacks, Tiredness, Dream Job Selection
  • Be Mindful of Your Path
  • by Gretchen Rubin (and my interview with her about it)
  • LessWrong Sequences (if you want a book version of this: )
  • by Daniel Kahneman
  • by Robert Cialdini
  • Loss aversion
  • Hell Yeah! or No

Want more cool stuff? You can find all sorts of great tools at my Resources page.

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