100 Books Everyone Should Read to Grow In Life

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1 Atomic Habits: The life-changing million copy bestseller


An atomic habit is a regular practice or routine that is not only small and easy to do but is also the source of incredible power; a component of the system of compound growth. Bad habits repeat themselves again and again not because you don’t want to change, but because you have the wrong system for change.

2. Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World

  • 1: Work Deeply.
  • 2: Embrace Boredom.
  • 3: Quit Social Media.
  • 4: Drain the Shallows.

3. The Almanack of Naval Ravikant: A Guide to Wealth and Happiness 

Naval shares profound insights about the future of work and employment. In particular, Naval believes that in professions where inputs and your outputs are highly connected, it’s going to be hard to be wealthy. You need to find ways to have an impact while investing minimal time or physical effort.

4. Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind

What does it mean to be human? In a sweeping narrative spanning two and half million years of human evolution, Israeli historian Yuval Noah Harari weaves insights from science and the humanities together to answer to what it means to be human.

5. Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds – Clean Edition

In this curse-word-free edition of Can’t Hurt Me, he shares his astonishing life story and reveals that most of us tap into only 40% of our capabilities. Goggins calls this The 40% Rule, and his story illuminates a path that anyone can follow to push past pain, demolish fear, and reach their full potential.

6. The Psychology of Money

Psychology of Money is a collection of tips from a two-time winner of the Best in Business award. This book highlights the importance of noticing the difference between being rich and being wealthy. People who are rich often make risky decisions based on historical data.

7. Think Like a Monk: The secret of how to harness the power of positivity and be happy now

The book Think Like a Monk includes a combination of ancient wisdom and Jay Shetty’s personal experiences. … Think Like a Monk shows you how to clear the roadblocks to your potential by overcoming negative thoughts, accessing stillness, and creating true purpose. It can be challenging to apply the lessons of monks to busy lives.

8. Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography

Steve Jobs: The Biography is an unfiltered account of former Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ life. Isaacson was able to engage in more than forty interviews with Steve Jobs taking place over two years. On top of this, he interviewed more than a hundred people who knew Jobs well.

9. A Calendar of Wisdom: Daily Thoughts to Nourish The Soul Written and Selected from The World’s Sacred Texts

A Calendar of Wisdom (Russian: Круг чтения, Krug chtenia), also known as Path of life, A Cycle of Readings or Wise Thoughts for Every Day, is a collection of insights and wisdom compiled by Leo Tolstoy between 1903 and 1911 that was published in three different editions.

10. On the Shortness of Life (Penguin Great Ideas) 

The writings of the ancient Roman philosopher Seneca offer powerful insights into stoicism, morality and the importance of reason, and continue to provide profound guidance to many through their eloquence, lucidity and wisdom.

11. 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos

The 12 Rules for Life. Jordan Peterson suggests that Good is simply the prevention of Evil, and good rules that reduce unnecessary human suffering will help us to live better lives. The 12 Rules of Life in this book are built on the fundamental rule that we must each take responsibility for our own lives.

12. Man’s Search For Meaning: The classic tribute to hope from the Holocaust

Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning provides a vivid account of an individual’s experience as a prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp. The book focuses on love, hope, responsibility, inner freedom, and the beauty to be found in both nature and art as means that help one endure and overcome harrowing experiences.

13. A Short History Of Nearly Everything

A Short History Of Nearly Everything explains everything we’ve learned about our world and the universe so far, including how they formed, how we learned to make sense of time, space and gravity, why it’s such a miracle that we’re alive and how much of our planet is still a complete mystery to us.

14. The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom 

In The Four Agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz reveals the source of self-limiting beliefs that rob us of joy and create needless suffering. Based on ancient Toltec wisdom, The Four Agreements offer a powerful code of conduct that can rapidly transform our lives to a new experience of freedom, true happiness, and love

15. The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do, and How to Change

Habits work in 3-step loops: cue, routine, reward. You can change your habits by substituting just one part of the loop, the routine. Willpower is the most important habit, and you can strengthen it over time with 3 things.

16. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century

In 21 Lessons For The 21st Century, Yuval Noah Harari helps us do just that. After his previous bestsellers Sapiens, which explored the human past, and Homo Deus, which focused on our distant future, his latest book is about our biggest challenges in the here and now and how we can deal with them

17. Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow

In Homo Deus – A Brief History of Tomorrow, historian and author of the bestselling Sapiens, Yuval Noah Harari turns to the past to predict the future. Extrapolating from 70,000 years of human history (think of it as trend spotting on an epic scale), Harari’s predictions are dark, dystopian and disturbing

18. The Alchemist

The Alchemist follows the journey of an Andalusian shepherd boy. Believing a recurring dream to be prophetic, he asks a Gypsy fortune-teller in the nearby town about its meaning. The woman interprets the dream as a prophecy, telling the boy that he will discover a treasure at the Egyptian pyramids.

19. War & Peace

War and Peace comprehensively centre around Napoleon’s invasion of Russia in 1812 and follows three of the most notable characters in writing: Pierre Bezukhov, the ill-conceived child of a battling tally for his legacy and longing for profound satisfaction; Prince Andrei Bolkonsky, who abandons his family to battle in the conflict against Napoleon; and Natasha Rostov, the wonderful youthful girl of a both aristocrat men.

20. Factfulness: Ten Reasons We’Re Wrong About The World – And Why Things Are Better Than You Think

Factfulness explains how our worldview has been distorted with the rise of new media, which ten human instincts cause erroneous thinking, and how we can learn to separate fact from fiction when forming our opinions.

21. The Lessons of History

Over the course of history, human behaviour has changed, but not human nature. No matter who is in power, the rewards gradually accrue to the most clever and talented individuals. Ideas are the strongest things of all in history because they can be passed down and change the behavior of future generations—even a gun was originally an idea.

22. The Power Of Now: A Guide To Spiritual Enlightenment

“The Power of Now” is a spiritual self-help guide to help us discover our true Being, release our pain and find deep inner peace. When we are intensely present in the Now, we respond from deep consciousness and flow with ease and joy in life. In so doing, we can better fulfill our outer purpose (to achieve goals and seek to create a better world), while fulfilling our inner purpose and truly changing the world at cause. In this summary, we’ll outline various insights and tips about mindfulness, spiritual enlightenment and how to unlock the power of now.

23. I Will Teach You To Be Rich

  1. You’re the only one responsible for your financial problems.
  2. Know how much money you have coming in and then automatically direct it where you want it to end up.
  3. Start investing today, even if it’s just $1.

24. Einstein: His Life and Universe

Einstein: His Life And Universe take a close look at the life of Albert Einstein, beginning in how his childhood shaped him, what his biggest discoveries and personal struggles were and how his focus changed in later years, without his genius ever fading until his very last moment.

25. Autobiography of a Yogi

Autobiography of a Yogi introduces the reader to the life of Paramahansa Yogananda and his encounters with spiritual figures of both the Eastern and the Western world. Paramahansa Yogananda was born as Mukunda Lal Ghosh in Gorakhpur, India, into a Bengali Hindu family.

26. Leonardo Da Vinci

Little is known about the life of Leonardo da Vinci. He kept copious notebooks, but these contain only sketches and speculations. Much of what we know of him comes from tax records, legal documents, and secondhand sources.

27. Benjamin Franklin: An American Life

Benjamin Franklin: An American Life takes a thorough look at the life of one of the most influential humans that ever lived and explains how he could achieve such greatness in so many different fields and areas.

28. Why We Sleep: The New Science of Sleep and Dreams

1-Sentence-Summary: Why We Sleep will motivate you to get more and better quality sleep by showing you the recent scientific findings on why sleep deprivation is bad for individuals and society. Read in: Favorite quote from the author:

29. The 5 AM Club: Own Your Morning, Elevate Your Life

The 5 AM Club helps you get up at 5 AM every morning, build a morning routine, and make time for the self-improvement you need to find success. Read in: Favorite quote from the author:

30. Built to Serve

In Built to Serve, Dan Sanders, CEO of the award-winning, service-oriented United Supermarkets, makes this bold claim: the prevailing business culture is broken and a radical transformation is required-a paradigm shift that reshapes our understanding of the true purpose of work.

31. The Go-Giver: A Little Story About a Powerful Business Idea

The Go-Giver teaches a pattern for becoming a better person and seeing more success in business and work by focusing on being authentic and giving as much value as possible.

This terrific book wonderfully illuminates the principles of contribution, abundance, service and success’ Stephen Covey, bestselling author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

32. Meditations (Penguin Classics)

‘Their icy blasts are refreshing and restorative. They tell you the worst. And having heard the worst, you feel less bad’ Blake Morrison

Written in Greek by the only Roman emperor who was also a philosopher, without any intention of publication, the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius offer a remarkable series of challenging spiritual reflections and exercises developed as the emperor struggled to understand himself and make sense of the universe. While the Meditations were composed to provide personal consolation and encouragement, Marcus Aurelius also created one of the greatest of all works of philosophy: a timeless collection that has been consulted and admired by statesmen, thinkers and readers throughout the centuries.

33. Ego is the Enemy: The Fight to Master Our Greatest Opponent 

 Ego Is The Enemy reveals how a tendency that’s hardwired into our brains – the belief the world revolves around us and us alone – holds us back from living the life it makes us desire so much, what we can do to overcome it at every turn and how to achieve true greatness.

34. Stillness is the Key: An Ancient Strategy for Modern Life (The Way, the Enemy and the Key)

Stillness Is The Key gives you the tools to harness the power of slowing down your body and mind for fewer distractions, better self-control, and above all, a happier and more peaceful life.

35. Lives of the Stoics: The Art of Living from Zeno to Marcus Aurelius Hardcover

Lives Of The Stoics is Ryan Holiday’s latest book, in which he and co-author Stephen Hansel take a deep dive into the experiences and beliefs of some of the earliest philosophers and followers of stoic virtues like justice, courage, and temperance.

36. Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance

Grit is the combination of passion (a deep, enduring knowledge of what you want) and perseverance (hard work and resilience). It’s about moving in a direction with consistency and endurance, like having a clear inner compass that guides all your decisions and actions.

37. Grit: Why passion and resilience are the secrets to success

This is a must-read for anyone seeking to succeed, pioneering psychologist Angela Duckworth takes us on an eye-opening journey to discover the true qualities that lead to outstanding achievement. Winningly personal, insightful and powerful, Grit is a book about what goes through your head when you fall down, and how that – not talent or luck – makes all the difference.

38. The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon

Winner of the Financial Times and Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award**
‘Brad Stone’s definitive book on Amazon and Bezos’ The Guardian

A masterclass in deeply researched investigative financial journalism . . . riveting’ The Times

The definitive story of the largest and most influential company in the world and the man whose drive and determination changed business forever.

39. Measure What Matters: OKRs: The Simple Idea that Drives 10x

Measure What Matters teaches you how to implement tracking systems into your company and life that will help you record your progress, stay accountable, and make reaching your goals almost inevitable.

40. Everything is fucked a book about hope by Mark Manson

Mark Manson’s Everything is F*cked is a book about hope and much, much more. Manson takes the reader into the existentialist territory by first reflecting on what hope is and its relationship to meaning, and then expertly painting a picture of how hope fits into the world we live in today. 

41. Crime and Punishment

Gripped by anxiety, the impoverished, handsome, and intelligent Rodion Raskolnikov has isolated himself from everyone. Preoccupied with his own contemplations, he becomes conscious of his fears.
“I want to attempt a thing like that and am frightened by these trifles,” he thought, with an odd smile. “Hm . . . yes, all is in a man’s hands and he lets it all slip from cowardice, that’s an axiom.”
After much introspection, Raskolnikov murders an old pawnbroker—for the betterment of
society—and escapes unnoticed. But will he be able to escape his own conscience?
An exceptional psychological drama, Fyodor Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment deftly delve into the mind of a young man who commits a crime, laying bare his mental anguish and moral dilemmas. Having undergone several film adaptations, the novel continues to remain a literary sensation.

42. Talk Like TED: The 9 Public Speaking Secrets of the World’s Top Minds

Talk Like TED has analyzed over 500 of the most popular TED talks to help you integrate the three most common features of them, novelty, emotions, and being memorable, into your own presentations and make you a better speaker.

43. Who Moved My Cheese?

Who Moved My Cheese tells a parable, which you can directly apply to your own life, in order to stop fearing what lies ahead and instead thrive in an environment of change and uncertainty.

44. Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life

Beyond Order is the follow-up to Jordan Peterson’s bestselling book 12 Rules for Life and identifies another 12 rules to live by that help us live with and even embrace the chaos that we struggle with every day, identifying that too much order can be a problem just as much as too much disorder.

45. The Dip: The extraordinary benefits of knowing when to quit

The Dip teaches us that, between starting and succeeding, there’s a time of struggle when we should either pursue excellence or quit strategically while helping us choose between the two.

46. Limitless: Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster and Unlock Your Exceptional Life

Limitless shows you how to unlock the full potential that your brain has for memory, reading, learning, and much more by showing you how to take the brakes off of your mental powers with tools like mindset, visualization, music, and more.

47. The Rational Optimist: How Prosperity Evolves

Life is getting better—and at an accelerating rate. Food availability, income, and life span are up; disease, child mortality, and violence are down — all across the globe. Though the world is far from perfect, necessities and luxuries alike are getting cheaper; population growth is slowing; Africa is following Asia out of poverty; the Internet, the mobile phone, and container shipping are enriching people’s lives as never before. The pessimists who dominate public discourse insist that we will soon reach a turning point and things will start to get worse. But they have been saying this for two hundred years.

48. The 48 Laws Of Power

The 48 Laws Of Power draws on many of history’s most famous power quarrels to show you what power looks like, how you can get it, what to do to defend yourself against the power of others and, most importantly, how to use it well and keep it.

49. The Compound Effect

The Compound Effect will show you why big, abrupt changes rarely work and how you can change your life over time with the power of small, daily steps, a routine that builds momentum and the courage to break through your limits when you reach them.

50. Beyond Good & Evil

Beyond Good and Evil is a comprehensive overview of Nietzsche’s mature philosophy. The book consists of 296 aphorisms, ranging in length from a few sentences to a few pages. These aphorisms are grouped thematically into nine different chapters and are bookended by a preface and a poem. 

51. The Richest Man in Babylon

Money is plentiful for those who understand the simple laws of making money. Babylon was the wealthiest city in the world at the time of its height because its people appreciated the value of money. You must constantly have an income that keeps your purse full. “It costs nothing to ask wise advice from a good friend.”

52. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life

Not giving a fuck is not about being indifferent. It just means you’re comfortable with being different. Don’t say fuck it to everything in life, just to the unimportant things. Subtlety #2: To not give a fuck about adversity, you must first care about something more important than adversity.

53. Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not!

Rich Dad Poor Dad tells the story of a boy with two fathers, one rich, one poor, to help you develop the mindset and financial knowledge you need to build a life of wealth and freedom.

54. The Laws of Human Nature

The Laws Of Human Nature helps you understand why people do what they do and how you can use both your own psychological flaws and those of others to your advantage at work, in relationships, and in life.

55. The Power of Your Subconscious Mind

The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind is a spiritual self-help classic, which teaches you how to use visualization and other suggestion techniques to adapt your unconscious behaviour in positive ways.

56. Kafka on the Shore


Murakami describes the “shore” in Kafka on the Shore as the border between the conscious and the unconscious minds. It’s “a story of two different worlds, consciousness and unconsciousness. Most of us are living in those two worlds, one foot in one or the other, and all of us are living on the borderline.

57. Your Next Five Moves: Master The Art of Business Strategy

  1. Get into the habit of thinking five moves ahead in everything you do in business. Just working to try and do that will lift your game and lead to greater success.
  2. In every industry, 80 percent of the players will be actors, and only 20 percent will be doers. The key to positioning yourself firmly in the doers camp is to be continually investing in learning and growth. Invest in yourself. Think five moves ahead.

58. The Lean Startup: How Constant Innovation Creates Radically Successful Businesses

The Lean Startup offers both entrepreneurs and wantrepreneurs a semi-scientific, real-world approach to building a business by using validation, finding a profitable business model and creating a growth engine.

59. A Brief History Of Time: From Big Bang To Black Holes

A Brief History Of Time is Stephen Hawking’s way of explaining the most complex concepts and ideas of physics, such as space, time, black holes, planets, stars and gravity to the average Joe, so that even you and I can better understand how our planet was created, where it came from, and where it’s going.

60. Educated: The international bestselling memoir

Educated will help you become more grateful for your schooling, freedom, and normal relationships by explaining the family difficulties that Tara Westover had to break free of so that she could get her own education.

61. The Art of War: Spirituality for Conflict

The Art Of War has been considered the definitive text on military strategy and warfare ever since being written in ancient China around 500 BC, inspiring businesses, athletes, and of course generals to beat their opponents and competition the right way until today.

62. Thinking, Fast and Slow 

Thinking Fast And Slow shows you how two systems in your brain are constantly fighting over control of your behaviour and actions, and teaches you the many ways in which this leads to errors in memory, judgment and decisions, and what you can do about it.

63. Fooled by Randomness: The Hidden Role of Chance in Life and in the Markets

Fooled By Randomness explains how luck, uncertainty, probability, human error, risk, and decision-making work together to influence our actions, set against the backdrop of business and specifically, investing, to uncover how much bigger the role of chance in our lives is than we usually make it out to be.

64. The Hard Thing about Hard Thing: Building a Business When There are No Easy Answers

The Hard Thing About Hard Things is an inside look at the tough decisions and lonely times all CEOs face, before showing you what it takes to build a great organization and become a world-class leader.

65. Never Split the Difference: Negotiating as if Your Life Depended on It

Never Split The Difference explains why you should never compromise and how to negotiate like a pro in your everyday life.

66. Principles: Life and Work

Principles holds the set of rules for work and life billionaire investor and CEO of the most successful fund in history, Ray Dalio, has acquired through his 40-year career in finance.

67. The Story of Philosophy: The Lives and Opinions of the Greater Philosophers


Philosophy is the study of humans and the world by thinking and asking questions. It is a science and an art. Philosophy tries to answer important questions by coming up with answers about real things and asking “why?” Sometimes, philosophy tries to answer the same questions as religion and science.

68. The Black Swan: The Impact of the Highly Improbable

The Black Swan explains why we are so bad at predicting the future, and how unlikely events dramatically change our lives if they do happen, as well as what you can do to become better at expecting the unexpected.

69. Elon Musk: How the Billionaire CEO of SpaceX and Tesla is Shaping our Future 

Elon Musk is the first official biography of the creator of SolarCity, SpaceX and Tesla, based on over 30 hours of conversation time between author Ashlee Vance and Musk himself, highlighting his complicated childhood, the way he makes decisions and navigates the world, and how he managed to disrupt multiple industries, all with the goal of saving humanity.

70. Tesla: Inventor of the Electrical Age

Nikola Tesla was a major contributor to the electrical revolution that transformed daily life at the turn of the twentieth century. His inventions, patents, and theoretical work formed the basis of modern AC electricity, and contributed to the development of radio and television. Like his competitor Thomas Edison, Tesla was one of America’s first celebrity scientists, enjoying the company of New York high society and dazzling the likes of Mark Twain with his electrical demonstrations. An astute self-promoter and gifted showman, he cultivated a public image of the eccentric genius. Even at the end of his life when he was living in poverty, Tesla still attracted reporters to his annual birthday interview, regaling them with claims that he had invented a particle-beam weapon capable of bringing down enemy aircraft.

71. How to Win Friends and Influence People

How To Win Friends And Influence People teaches you countless principles to become a likable person, handle your relationships well, win others over and help them change their behavior without being intrusive.

72. Leaders Eat Last (With a New Chapter): Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t 

Leaders Eat Last teaches you where the need for leadership comes from historically, what the consequences of bad leadership are and how you can be a good leader in the modern world.

73. The Fault in our Stars

The Fault In Our Stars is a fabulous book about a young teenage girl who has been diagnosed with lung cancer and attends a cancer support group. Hazel is 16 and is reluctant to go to the support group, but she soon realises that it was a good idea. Hazel meets a young boy named Augustus Waters

74. The Art of Thinking Clearly

The Fault In Our Stars is a fabulous book about a young teenage girl who has been diagnosed with lung cancer and attends a cancer support group. Hazel is 16 and is reluctant to go to the support group, but she soon realises that it was a good idea. Hazel meets a young boy named Augustus Waters

75. Shoe Dog: A Memoir by the Creator of NIKE

The Fault In Our Stars is a fabulous book about a young teenage girl who has been diagnosed with lung cancer and attends a cancer support group. Hazel is 16 and is reluctant to go to the support group, but she soon realises that it was a good idea. Hazel meets a young boy named Augustus Waters.

76. Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products

Hooked shows you how some of the world’s most successful products, like smartphones, make us form habits around them and why that’s crucial to their success, before teaching you the 4-step framework that lies behind them.

77. Innovator’s Dilemma: When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Fail (Management of Innovation and Change)

The Innovator’s Dilemma is a business classic that explains the power of disruption, why market leaders are often set up to fail as technologies and industries change and what incumbents can do to secure their market leadership for a long time.

78. Siddhartha

Siddhartha, a novel by Hermann Hesse based on the early life of Buddha, was published in Germany in 1922. … SUMMARY: The theme of the novel is the search for self-realization by a young Brahman, Siddhartha. Realizing the contradictions between reality and what he has been taught, he abandons his comfortable life to wander.

79. Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World

Digital minimalism is one such philosophy. Cal Newport defines digital minimalism as a philosophy of technology use in which you focus your online time on a small number of carefully selected and optimized activities that strongly support the things you value and then happily miss out on everything else.

80. The Third Door: The Wild Quest to Uncover How the World’s Most Successful People Launched Their Careers

The Third Door takes readers on an unprecedented adventure—from hacking Warren Buffett’s shareholder’s meeting to chasing Larry King through a grocery store to celebrating in a nightclub with Lady Gaga—as Alex Banayan travels from icon to icon, decoding their success.

81. Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life

Being indistractable is about learning to channel master feelings of dissatisfaction to make things better. To master internal triggers, learn how to deal with discomfort, observe urges and allow them to dissolve, and reimagine the trigger or task.

82. High Performance Habits: How Extraordinary People Become That Way

These habits are: seeking clarity, generating energy, raising necessity, increasing productivity, developing influence, and demonstrating courage. TLDR: – High performance has nothing to do with genetics. It’s developed through practice.

83. War Of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles

The War Of Art brings some much needed tough love to all artists, business people and creatives who spend more time battling the resistance against work than actually working, by identifying the procrastinating forces at play and pulling out the rug from under their feet.

84. Mindset: The New Psychology of Success

Mindset explains the difference between having a fixed and a growth mindset, why one trumps the other, and what you can do to adopt the right one.

85. Skin in the Game: Hidden Asymmetries in Daily Life

Skin In The Game is an assessment of asymmetries in human interactions, aimed at helping you understand where and how gaps in uncertainty, risk, knowledge, and fairness emerge, and how to close them.

86. influence: The Psychology of Persuasion (Collins Business Essentials)

The Psychology of Persuasion is the summary of what he learned. Influence identifies six ways that people are consistently, unsuspectingly, and (often) automatically persuaded: reciprocity, scarcity, liking, authority, social proof, and commitment/consistency.

87. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari is about a fictional character named Julian Mantle. Julian is a successful lawyer but is struggling with stress and work pressure. He finally decides to leave his previous baggage and luxurious life behind and travel to the Himalayan Mountains. Julian travels there in search of peace.

88. Reality is Not What it Seems: The Journey to Quantum Gravity

In Reality Is Not What It Seems: The Journey to Quantum Gravity he sets out to introduce us to an exceedingly strange state of things in which there is no such thing as infinity, time as we think we know it does not exist, and the universe is the product not of a big bang but of a big bounce.

89. All Marketers Tell Stories

The Underground Classic That Explains How Marketing Really Works- and Why Authenticity Is the Best Marketing of All

All Marketers Are Liars is based on the idea that we believe whatever we want to believe, and that it’s exactly this trait of ours, which marketers use (and sometimes abuse) to sell their products by infusing them with good stories – whether they’re true or not.

90. The 4-Hour Work Week: Escape the 9-5, Live Anywhere and Join the New Rich

Tim Ferriss wrote ‘The 4-Hour Work Week’ for all those tired of postponing their life until retirement, who instead want to live life large and at the moment, right now. In The 4-Hour Work Week, Ferriss promises a way to get all the rewards of working without having to wait until the end of your career.

91. MONEY Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom

Master the Game is based on extensive research and one-on-one interviews with more than 50 financial experts. The result is a 7-step blueprint for securing financial freedom. Tony Robbins guides readers, of every income level, through the steps to become financially free by creating a lifetime income plan.

92. Outliers: The Story of Success

Outliers explains why “the self-made man” is a myth and what truly lies behind the success of the best people in their field, which is often a series of lucky events, rare opportunities and other external factors, which are out of our control.

93. Blink: The Power of Thinking without thinking

The author describes the main subject of his book as “thin-slicing”: our ability to use limited information from a very narrow period of experience to come to a conclusion. This idea suggests that spontaneous decisions are often as good as—or even better than—carefully planned and considered ones

94. ReWork: Change the Way You Work Forever

Rework shows you that you need less than you think to start a business – way less – by explaining why plans are actually harmful, how productivity isn’t a result from working long hours and why hiring and seeking investors should be your absolute last resort

95. When Breath Becomes Air

The memoir of Paul Kalanithi, a neurosurgeon at Stanford University, is diagnosed with terminal lung cancer in his mid-thirties. Kalanithi uses the pages in this book to not only tell his story but also share his ideas on how to approach death with grace and what it means to be fully alive.

96. How to Change Your Mind: The New Science of Psychedelics

In How to Change Your Mind, Michael Pollan explores the history of the science of psychedelics. The book unearths the early findings on the role of psychedelics in treating anxiety, depression, and addiction, as well as exploring the cutting-edge research at the forefront of the psychedelic resurgence of the 21st century.

97. Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone To Take Action

‘Start With Why’ is about a naturally occurring pattern, a way of thinking, acting and communicating that gives some leaders the ability to inspire those around them. The more organisations and people who learn to also start with WHY, the more people there will be who wake up feeling fulfilled by the work they do.

98. Ikigai: The Japanese secret to a long and happy life

Ikigai explains how you can live a longer and happier life by having a purpose, eating healthy, and not retiring. Do you want to live a long life?

99. Karma: A Yogi’s Guide to Crafting Your Destiny NEW YORK TIMES, USA TODAY, and PUBLISHERS WEEKLY BESTSELLER , must-read book on spirituality and self-improvement by Sadhguru

Karma is an exploration and a manual, restoring our understanding of karma to its original potential for freedom and empowerment instead of a source of entanglement. Through Sadhguru’s teachings, you will learn how to live intelligently and joyfully in a challenging world.

100. Bhagavad Gita Original in English – Bhagavad Gita as It is Original in English

The Bhagavad-Gita records a conversation between a young man and God (in the form of Krishna). The young warrior Arjuna, from the royal Pandava family, is in a state of panic on the morning of a battle. The ‘enemies’ he is expected to fight are cousins whom he knows well

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