I currently have a stack of about 60 books in my Airbnb.
This is my travel stack.
The amount is impractical, it means lugging around 3 trash bags full of books and a full suitcase just to move to my next location.
It’s a pain, but I see it as a necessity.
Books have given me everything I have.
They’ve allowed me to not be defined by my past and love the present.
So I carry this partially unread pile around so I never run out of books.
What I’ve been currently working on is having a structured approach to my goals, so here are books that I think will take me there:
1. The Effective Executive by Peter Drucker- From what I hear, it focuses on efficiency vs effectiveness. Recently recommended by Ryan Holiday
2. The Entrepreneur Rollercoaster by Darren Hardy- I want to have my own business and I think it will give me some guidelines and expectations. Highly recommended by Derek Sivers
3. Re-read the Compound Effect by Darren Hardy - This book is great in simplifying what it takes to be successful. It’s not easy but it doesn’t have to be grueling either. Rather it’s daily improvements day by day. A must read, and I want to reread the chapter on goals.
Books are life changers, so know that after I knock these off this month, I will be a different person.