This summer I hosted four Twitter Chats. These chats, poorly dubbed #ManChat (men don’t chat), often featured between 20-35 men (and a handful of women) discussing a number of topics including: marriage, career, and books.
The latter, “books,” generated over 40+ book recommendations from smart men of varying backgrounds.
Below are participants favorite books, recommended books for young men graduating college today, favorite fiction books and some great reading recommendations.
Enjoy the recommendations and remember:
“In my whole life, I have known no wise people (over a broad subject matter area) who didn’t read all the time — none. Zero.” — Charlie Munger (Billionaire business partner of Warren Buffett and the Vice Chairman at Berkshire Hathaway)
Leave a comment and let us know what your favorite books are.
What Are Your Favorite 1-2 Books? Why?
John Winters – The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason. Parables of financial wisdom. Easy to digest and fun to read. And it’s cheaper than dirt.
What Books Would You Recommend to a Man Graduating College?
Limitless Male – Poor Charlie’s Almanac. If you can learn to follow the multidisciplinary mindset, life becomes easy. Start collecting mental models.
What Are Your Favorite Fiction Books?
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