An update to last week’s post with two reading lists can only mean one thing… more books!
The first list came from the always-cool tweets by Anand Raghavan, Senior Director of Product Management at ThoughtSpot. It’s a list compiled by TED by asking more than 40 of its speakers for their recommendations. Great stuff there from all ways to look at life.
The second list comes from our most reliably excellent source, The Farnam Street Blog (one of the first sources I listed in our blogroll). Shane and his partners at the blog asked its members for recommendations and, as expected, they are amazing. If you haven’t considered becoming a member of the Farnam St. community yet, make sure you check it out (and this advice is freely given: I am in no way, shape or form receiving any compensation or barter from any source).
In summary, these lists are wide-ranging in nature, coming from a multidisciplinarian crowd. Some books are classics, some new, and if we could only read them all… We can’t. Choose wisely, invest your time to reach your near-, mid- and long-term goals as they change in priority and urgency. Enjoy!