Our tip jar is a dope reading list

Our tip jar is a dope reading list

Bookmark this page to find reading recommendations to suit any reading desire. Shopping via the links below (all of which are affiliates) helps support our community’s growth (and doesn’t cost ya a damn thing!)

Books for new founders

🌸 March’s Best

🎊 Ring in January!

Coaching and consulting

Is there a new paradigm in economics?

New models in philanthropy

Life design

  • Atomic Habits, James Clear – The inability to launch new habits is a systems failure, not a willpower failure via @patricksouth (and many others).
  • Designing your life, Bill Burnett – The founders of Stanford’s D.School on how to live with intention via @meganneely.
  • How to fail at almost anything and still win, Scott Adams – Simple (and contrarian) frameworks for a more fulfilling life and career via @kylemanley.
  • A Guide to the Good Life: The Ancient Art of Stoic Joy, William Irvine – What stoicism can teach us about minimizing worry, how to let go of the past and focus our efforts on the things we can control, and how to deal with insults, grief, old age, and the distracting temptations of fame and fortune via @samandrew.

Personal Finance

The psychology of money

Work, Leadership, and Management

  • It Doesn’t Have to be Crazy at Work by Jason Fried – The anti-hustle porn founders have created a thriving company culture that bucks being always on via @peternguyen
  • Difficult Conversations, Doug Stone, Bruce Patton, Sheila Heen – An incredible “business book” on identity, feedback and getting in front of difficult conversations via @khemaridh @auren.

Creativity

Politics and society

❤️ The Love Library

In response to the recent post of Relationship Resentment, you suggested some of your favorite relationship reads:

Biographies

  • Who is Michael Ovitz by Michael Ovitz – Super-Agent and CAA-founder reflects on his relentless pursuit of money and success.

Lifestyle and Culture

Fiction

  • The Sympathizer: A novel, Viet Than Nguyen – This Pulitzer prize winner is the subject of the NYC book club via @philipsimon.
Khe Hy
[email protected]

Khe Hy is the creator of RadReads.