The Island is #21 in Jordan Peterson’s list of 100 great books. “Nice comfortable people just don’t have any idea what the world is like.” Will Farnaby is a cynical, depressed, neurotic but witty journalist who works for a rich man he despises (the average westerner, basically). His worldview changes drastically when he is shipwrecked on the forbidden island of Pala. According to the locals, Pala is exempt from the horrors that the rest of the world considers inevitable — war, poverty, depression, addictions…late night infomercials.
This book is #24 in Jordan Peterson’s list of 100 great books. “While experiencing happiness, we have difficulty in being conscious of it.
This book is #7 in Jordan Peterson’s list of 100 great books. Our Culture, What’s Left of It poses a controversial question.
Read to learn the fundamentals of building wealth. The Richest Man in Babylon by George S Clason is one of my favorite personal finance books.
Read to learn how a shy, timid, weak, and sickly child went to become the most powerful man in the world. How can a book capture a man who is larger than life?
“I can do anything but not everything.” Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less shows you how to unburden your life by removing the unnecessary. Read this book if you find yourself doing too many things at the same time and not making substantial progress in any direction.