Victor Hugo once said, “One can resist
the invasion of an army but one cannot
resist the invasion of ideas.”

I am a lover of ideas and I believe that to have new and interesting ideas that make you see the world differently, you have to learn how to acquire those of others, first.

Why? Because every single new and creative thing you see is just a mashup of ideas that came before. 

That’s why I have decided to prepare a special place where you can check out some of my best reads. 

Below are my top 5 books that played a crucial role in my personal growth so far. Enjoy.

My Top 5

  1. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck by Mark Manson – A star blogger, Mark Manson, is coming up with a kick-ass read to remind us of why it’s important to choose our battles wisely. It hits you like a much-needed slap in the face from your best friend. 
  2.  How to Be a Stoic by Massimo Pigliucci – Massimo Pigliucci is taking us on a journey to understanding the ancient philosophy of Stoicism through a modern approach. If you want to learn how to avoid self-inflicted stress and need a flexible framework through which to look at life, this book is a must read.  
  3.  Ego Is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday – Ryan Holiday’s message is simple: The responsibility for your life falls on your shoulders. So what are you going to do? Pretend that everything is fine and keep living in a lie? Or stop fighting and just let life kill all your delusions you had about yourself?
  4. The Compound Effect – A millionaire by 25, Darren Hardy is here to show you the steps you need to take in order to achieve your goals, “jump start your income, your life, your success.” A hint: your habits either make you or they break you.  
  5. The Power of Now – For everyone who has ever wondered what “living in the now” means, EckhartTolle makes it clear: living in the now is the truest path to happiness and enlightenment. And this book shows you how to exactly achieve that.

Coming next… 

  1. How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win BIG 
  2. What Do You Care What Others Think?
  3. Antifragile by Nassim Taleb 

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