My ever growing list of really, really, ridiculously good books
Nothing teaches better than a book.
For that reason, I try my best to read a lot. Every day if possible.
But I don’t really share my favourite reads with others all that much. I sometimes try but I succeed so rarely to convince anyone to pick up a book I enjoy that it seems a wasted effort.
So in acknowledgement of the fact face-to-face book recommendations offer a terrible return on investment, I’m making Chapter 99 a regularly updated list of really, really ridiculously good books.
This way, you and I both get to keep track of the reads I’m enjoying the most. Everyone’s a winner.
Without further ramblings and in no particular order (excluding the first book) on to the list!
Oh, The Places You’ll Go!
By Dr. Seuss
Contagious: Why Things Catch On
By Jonah Berger
All Marketers Are Liars/Tell Stories
By Seth Godin
Talk Like TED
By Carmine Gallo
Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion
By Robert Cialdini
Thing Explainer: Complicated Stuff in Simple Words
By Randall Munroe
Tao Te Ching
By Lao Tzu