I’m actively trying to keep a list of books that I consider must-reads for my children to read.
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Can’t Hurt Me – David Goggins: Probably the best book on mindset yet. You think you have it tough? You got nothing on David Goggins. He’s a supernatural athlete, but he worked to get there. If you’re not motivated to be better after you read this, I don’t know what’s wrong with you.
The Millionaire Fastlane – MJ DeMarco: A great book on how to become wealthy starting a business. Not a step by step guide, but rather, focuses on mindset. Essential.
Unscripted – MJ DeMarco: All about unplugging from what society considers “normal”. Rewrite your script and live a better, more fulfilling life.
No More Mr. Nice Guy – Dr Robert Glover: If you get nothing else out of this book (unlikely), understand covert contracts and stop using them in your interactions.
Exhausted Wives, Bewildered Husbands – Adam Lane Smith: Building on the work of Dr Glover, this short but excellent book delves into attachment issues and how they affect the way spouses interact with each other. Very enlightening and it had an impact on me right away.
The Rational Male – Rollo Tomassi: Essential knowledge of male-female dynamics with decided red pill perspective. Must read for boys and men.
The Way of Men – Jack Donovan: This is such a tremendous book on what it means to be a man, how men relate to each other, and how to find/build a tribe.
Starting Strength: Basic Barbell Training – Mark Rippetoe: This is where I recommend everyone start at the gym. Being strong can only benefit you, and will make every aspect of your life better. This program focuses on pure strength, so you have to be a little careful with other areas, but remains my first recommendation for training. Works equally well for women.