- A More Beautiful Question: Fascinating ideas on why questions are perhaps more important than answers and methods to ask better questions.
- How to be an Imperfectionist: We all have some degree of tendency towards perfectionism… and while we are often proud of our tendency toward perfectionism, it’s actually one of the most detrimental character traits for achieving significant goals. Learn which “flavor” of perfectionism you prefer and specific strategies to combat those tendencies (and more quickly achieve your goals).
- The following three books work well as a set (and are, in fact, written by the same author). The first book—a 30,000 foot view—is about life planning (may sound fufu, but it’s actually very insightful and is great for any age). The second book—a 10,000 foot view—is a great resource on setting and achieving goals. The final book—a ground-level view—is ridiculously insightful for structuring your days and, subsequently, “accomplishing more by doing less”. (Far more practical and less hokey than it sounds.)
- Precision Nutrition: Research-backed, habit-based (free) nutrition articles and infographics. Hands down, one of the best sources of legitimate and useful nutrition information online.
- StrongFirst: “When we say strength, we mean safety. When we say safety, we mean strength.” On par with Precision Nutrition, but on the fitness side of things.