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Must Reads for Nov 5

I have listed them here in order of “must”. Read them in order. You can read all of them in half an hour. (You don’t need to get past the first one.)

  1. Brain Pickings: 20-Year-Old Hunter S. Thompson’s Superb Advice on How to Find Your Purpose and Live a Meaningful Life
  2. Tim Ferris: “Productivity” Tricks for the Neurotic, Manic-Depressive, and Crazy (Like Me)
  3. James Altucher: The Ultimate Cheat Sheet For Reinventing Yourself
  4. James Altucher: How to Screw Up Your Marriage On Purpose
  5. Seth Godin: On Owning It
  6. Seth Godin: Tenacity is not the same as persistence
  7. Seth Godin: Does anger follow the laws of thermodynamics?
  8. Seth Godin: Fear the fear, feel the fear
  9. Seth Godin: Our crystal palace
  10. Seth Godin: Post–
  11. Brain Pickings: Beyond Pretty Pictures: Marian Bantjes on Serendipity, Success, and the Whimsy of Design
  12. Tim Ferris: You Are What You Read: 14 Thought Leaders Share Their Bookshelves
  13. Tim Ferris: Marc Ecko’s 10 Rules for Getting “Influencer” Attention

Better yet: set up an RSS reader, like I did with Netvibes, and read those four websites everyday, on the same webpage.

The Greatest Thing A Person Can Do For Themselves

…is listen to The Power of Vulnerability: Teachings on Authenticity, Connection, and Courage by Brene Brown.

I just finished listening to it this evening.

I have read a lot (see my Reading list in the top menu). And I have watched a lot of movies (almost 1,300).

And I say without reservation that this audiobook is the best thing a person can do for themselves.