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jimbeam
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Self Improvement Books
What do y'all recommend? Not looking for anything specific. Could be about finances, relationships, history, philosophy, business, whatever.

What books have really taught you something or changed the way you viewed things?


Paul Allen
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re: Self Improvement Books
No more dreaded Mondays by Dan Miller
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Buckeye06
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re: Self Improvement Books
Harvard Business Review 10 must for topics:

Communication, managing yourself, managing others, leadership, strategy and many more. They are great


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dirtsandwich
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re: Self Improvement Books
Siddhartha
Meditations
The Book of Job
Th Sublte Art of Not Giving a frick


Jake88
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The Complete A**hole's guide to Handling Chicks...

-How a five-dollar date can get you laid
- How to stop being friends with girls and start getting them in the sack
- Where you'll have the best odds of finding a one-night stand, and how to get rid of the chick the next morning
- How to trick a woman into thinking you're classy, even if you have holes in your underwear
- Why fat chicks always try to keep you from banging their hot friends, and how to finally stop these evil creatures
- How to stop your wife from nagging you into an early grave
- Why it's possible to watch six hours of football, put the moves on your neighbor's hot daughter, and leave the toilet seat up in the same day
- And much more
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biglego
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re: Self Improvement Books
That book sounds awesome


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jimbeam
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re: Self Improvement Books
Bookmarked


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jrenton
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re: Self Improvement Books
Tools of Titans
The Obstacle is The Way
Tao Te Ching
Meditations


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BitBuster
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re: Self Improvement Books
Man's Search for Meaning - Viktor Frankl

Viktor Frankl was a Jewish Psychiatrist. The first half of the book is his autobiographical account of his experience in various concentration camps during WWII. The second half of the book lays out his therapy technique - "Logotherapy".

The message of the book is that it's less important to focus on "how" to survive, but instead you should focus on "why" to survive. Those who find meaning in something are the ones that succeed/live, etc.


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zatetic
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The Levee
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“How to win friend and influence people”
Dale Carnegie

1920’s and still applies to business and influencing others TODAY.


jimbeam
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Have that one. Thanks for all the other recs


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TheChiznit
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re: Self Improvement Books
The Bible...


lsuguy13
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AA

Man's search for meaning.


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zatetic
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The Kybalion is pretty good too.


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