This list contains all the books I have read in full (from November 2018) and am going to read. Most of the books have a link to a video summary of the book or a lecture from the author. The books I have read are ranked out of 10 based on how informative, insightful and entertaining I felt they were. Enjoy 🙂

  1. Outliers: the story of success by Malcolm Gladwell 8.5/10
  2. The Tipping point: how tipping things can make a big difference by Malcolm Gladwell 8/10
  3. The Social Animal: a story of how success happens by David Brooks 9/10
  4. Principles: Life and work by Ray Dalio 9.5/10
  5. Thinking fast and slow by Daniel Kahneman 8/10
  6. How to get a grip by Mathew Kimberly 3/10
  7. The Miracle Morning: The 6 habits that will transform your life before 8am by Hal Elrod 7/10
  8. Misbehaving: the making of behavioural economics by Richard H Thaler 7.5/10
  9. Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg 9/10
  10. Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Lief Babin 7/10
  11. Paradox of choice: why more is less by Barry Schwartz 8/10
  12. Inside organisations by Charles Handy 8.5/10
  13. Post-Truth: the new war on truth and how to fight back by Mathew D Anacona 7.5/10
  14. Propaganda by Edward Bernays 8/10
  15. Drive: the surprising truth about what really motivates us by Daniel H. Pink 9/10
  16. Influence: the power of persuasion by Robert B Cialdini 9/10
  17. Mastermind: How to think like Sherlock Holmes 8.5/10
  18. Ogilvy on Advertising by David Ogilvy 8.5/10
  19. The four hour work week by Tim Ferris 9.5/10
  20. The Idiot Brain by Dean Burnett 8/10
  21. Rich dad poor dad by Robert Kiyosaki 9.5/10
  22. Scientiffic advertising by Claude Hopkins 7/10
  23. Big data: a very short introduction by Dawn E Holmes 7/10
  24. The Definitive Book of Body Language by Alan & Barbara Pease 8/10
  25. Start with why by Simon Sinek 6.5/10
  26. Signals: how everyday signals can help us navigate the world’s turbulent economy by Pippa Malmgren 8.5/10
  27. The Prince by Niccolo Machiavellian 6/10
  28. The Art of war by Sun Tzu 8/10
  29. How to win friends and influence people by Dale Carnegie 9/10
  30. History of economics 7/10
  31. Meditations by Marcus Aurelius 9/10
  32. Ethics: a very short introduction by Simon Blackburn 7/10
  33. Globalisation: a very short introduction 6/10
  34. The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
  35. 7 Habits of highly effective people by Stephen Covey
  36. Business adventures by John Brooke

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