Procrastinate on Purpose – A masterful look at how to manage tasks and get more done. Become a multiplier that can consistently do more and more.
Thinking in Bets – A book on understanding probabilistic reasoning, and common biases. Don’t learn the wrong lesson by overvaluing results. Learn how to improve your process and the results will consistently improve.
The Dichotomy of Leadership – An amazing follow up to Extreme Ownership which highlights the duality of basically all decisions. Amazing stories to help highlight the dichotomies that exist in leadership.
Radical Candor – A beautiful guide on how to manage teams effectively, though some of the techniques are clearly focused on larger teams and corporations. Principles still apply to small teams and startups and are very useful.
The Courage to be Disliked – A practical look at Adlerian psychology. Very useful in self-examining a common cause of unhappiness and poor performance: operating in a way that seeks to please others or meet their expectations.
The Obstacle is the Way – A stoic perspective on hardship and difficulty. A great framework for taking perceived obstacles and seeing instead the immense opportunities those obstacles represent.
The Happiness Advantage – How to increase happiness and optimism and get the performance benefits that come with them.
What Got You Here Won’t Get You There – Understand the bad social habits you have that are holding you back. It’s important to note that these habits likely got you to where you are, and you may attribute success to them.
Mindwise – An amazing book that will help you realize how many of your judgments are likely directionally correct, yet still incredibly inaccurate.
This is Marketing – One of the most engaging books I have ever read on designing and marketing products and ideas.
The One Thing – How to focus on the one most critical thing that you need to be doing now to accomplish your long term objectives.
The Time Paradox – How your perspective on time affects your thought processes and decision making.