Add your Favorite Books that have changed your perspective!
The Four Hour Workweek - by Timothy Ferriss
How To Be Free - by Tom Hodgkinson
I would have to say, "The Four Hour Workweek" was one to change my thinking quite a bit. That Timothy Ferriss is a guy with incredible intensity.
"25 Ways to Win With People" by John Maxwell made me approach people differently, with more compassion.
"59 Seconds: Think a Little, Change a Lot" by Richard Wiseman gave me some fresh perspectives.
"Marketing Outrageously" by Jon Spoelstra was just flat out outrageous and a great read.
One more..."Fun Is Good: How to Create Joy & Passion in Your Workplace & Career" by Mike Veeck (Check out his Dad's book too: "Veeck As In Wreck" by Hall of Famer Bill Veeck
Sweet, thanks Jay (and mr. Rorstad above).
I have to now add "The Four Hour Body" by Timothy Ferriss - his new insane guide to hacking the human body.
I'm going to have to check that one out soon. Tim's writing style is cool.
I happened to have a chance to listen to the audio book version of "The Four Hour Workweek" shortly after it came out, and I have to say, they did a tremendous job with that because the voice actor guy who recorded the book (it wasn't Tim himself), had just the right attitude and really sounded like he had authored the thoughts himself. As a matter of fact, I would often find myself thinking it WAS Mr Ferriss!
So what is the best part about this new book, James?
I also have the audio 4HWW and agree it is one of the best produced - most my reading is by audiobook. My friend is an audio book producer and he loves it too. The new book...first check out www.fourhourbody.com and watch the sweet promo video. It is over 600 pages and covers a million things. I am just starting to implement a few things, so I'm excited.
James St. James