The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle
“Struggle is not an option: it’s a biological requirement.” – Daniel Coyle
In the following video (and PDF) you’ll learn three reasons why people in “talent hotbeds” develop extraordinary talent.
1-Page PDF Summary
Measure What Matters by John Doerr
“The hairier the mission, the more important your OKRs.” – Jini Kim, Nuna CEO
What do Google, The Gates Foundation, and Bono (lead singer for U2) have in common?
They all use OKRs to change the world.
Watch (and read) my summary of Measure What Matters by John Doerr to learn what OKRs are and how you can use them to bring your biggest ideas to life.
The E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber
“If your business depends on you, you don’t own a business—you have a job. And it’s the worst job in the world…” – Michael Gerber
How can you prevent your business (or future business) from turning into the worst job in the world?
Watch the following book summary video to find out:
Zero to One by Peter Thiel
“The best entrepreneurs know this: every great business is built around a secret that’s hidden from the outside.” – Peter Thiel
Building a business is hard, but if you do it right you might just change the world…
Watch the following video to learn the 3 secrets to building a business and building a better future.
Barking Up the Wrong Tree by Eric Barker
“We all know the good life means more than money…but none of us is exactly sure what those other things are or how to get them.” – Eric Barker
There are four subjective measurements of success.
Watch the following video to learn about these four areas of success and what you can do to increase your odds of feeling successful each day.
Designing Your Life by Bill Burnett and Dave Evans
“In America, two-thirds of workers are unhappy with their jobs. And 15 percent actually hate their work.” – Designing Your Life
How can you be one of the rare few who is happy with your career?
Watch my latest book summary video to find out.
12 Rules for Life by Jordan Peterson
“The foremost rule is that you must take responsibility for your own life. Period.” – Dr. Norman Doidge, MD
We can choose to let our work lives slide into chaos and disorder, or we can take responsibility and regain order.
The following book summary covers two rules that are worth remembering in times of chaos.