Next week we will start the Jewish New Year of 5782. This is the right time to make plans!
Below is a list of 12 books I’ve already purchased and I intend to read as soon as possible (not necessarily in this order).
Of course I cannot really recommend a book before I read it, but as I explain below I had a very good reason to buy each one of these books.
by Jordan Peterson
I really enjoyed reading Jordan Peterson’s previous book “12 Rules for Life”, so this new book is an obvious must read for me.
by Daniel Kahneman
Also in the case of Daniel Kahneman I was fascinated by his previous bestseller “Thinking, Fast and Slow”.
by Adam Grant
Adam Grant is a person I admire so much that I’ve already decided I will read any book he writes.
by Robin Sharma
I’m very interested in the subject of increased productivity.
by Timothy Ferriss
I really enjoyed reading “The 4-Hour Workweek” by Tim Ferriss, so I have good expectations about this book.
by Andrew S. Grove
Andy Grove is an industry leader that I admire, and I really would like to learn more about his experience at Intel.
by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin
I believe the authors have some very interesting experience to share in their book.
by John Doerr
I want to learn more about the concept of Objectives and Key Results (OKRs).
by Steven Kotler
I’m interested in learning more about how to improve my personal and professional performance.
by David Allen
As I wrote above, I’m interested in increased productivity, but of course without the damaging stress.
by Katy Milkman
I saw many recommendations of this book, and I’m really interested in the subject of changing habits.
by Dorie Clark
I had the pleasure to read all the previous books by Dorie Clark. I’m her biggest fan!