Eight Books That Changed My Life

25 thoughts on “Eight Books That Changed My Life

  1. Miss your videos Man. I hope there's more in the works. Your videos are always in depth and enlightening

  2. Where are more videos? Dale Carnegie, Alan Watts, CoD, and Haidt are on my list too. Meditations and Amusing ourselves are already on my list. Guess I better consider the last 2 too. "God, I love Alan Watts" YES

  3. Great list Will. I have some reading to do. Wondering if you have read "Mans Search for Meaning" by Victor E. Frankl? It's pretty heavy, but it completely changed the way I saw myself in the the world.

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  5. I've read the first and last on your list. The ones in between intrigue me. I've written them down for future reading. Dale Carnegie's book is one that was recommended by a professor in college though I never did get around to reading it.
    Off the top of my head, some books from my list would include the following:

    George Orwell – Road to Wigan Pier
    Viktor Frankl – Man's Search for Meaning
    Sogyal Rinpoche – The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying
    Charles Bukowksi – Ham on Rye
    Yuval Noah Harari – Sapiens
    Wade Davis – One River

    These may have not necessarily changed my life, but they have influenced my way of thinking, which is almost the same thing..

  6. Thank you. I love hearing people talk about books. I'm not surrounded by a lot of book people unfortunately.

  7. Thank you for, I guess, bravery for putting the Carnegie's book. I think of reading it but I've heard that a lot of info in this book is not scientifically correct, so maybe do a little research on that to not be in delusion. Have a nice life 👍

  8. I'm listening to Amusing ourselves to Death and I am amazed by it's clarity and profundity! …Not to be ironic.

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