I have always been interested in reading, and since I started writing, I have enjoyed reading even more. I believe reading is a great way to improve myself, and it's had a huge impact on my life.
Reading helps inspire and give guidance. I also like reading to replenish my curiosity and imagination.
My writing is a reflection of past conversations or insights, and in a recent discussion with friends, I was asked to share my top reading recommendations. With the holidays coming, it's a fun opportunity for me to reflect on everything I’ve read recently, and I hope you find it valuable.
Mastery By Robert Greene
An immersive read that offers great insight into the path previous masters have walked and how you might find yours.
Deep Work by Cal Newport
I have read this book twice already. I believe the skills highlighted in this book are more important now than ever. My favorite takeaway from this book is that deep work will make you better at what you do and provide the sense of true fulfillment that comes from craftsmanship. I was so inspired by this book that I wrote the article Essential skills for designers to thrive in the future after reading it.
The 48 Laws of Power By Robert Greene
I am very interested in reading about social tools. Robert Greene demystifies and takes apart methods to understand the rules of the game we all play.
- Ego Is the Enemy
- The Richest Man in Babylon
- Way of the Peaceful Warrior
- The Alchemist
- The Obstacle is the Way
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