Start Your 2022 with These 3 Books

Managing Oneself — Peter F. Drucker

A classic 72-page book by Peter Drucker that hits on all the important points about managing and developing oneself. You probably would feel underwhelmed at first by the lack of the usual verbose for this kind of book (some even complain about wasting money but let’s be honest about how much money you’ve spent on lattes or green juices), but trust me, you will see everything you read channel through in your life.

Managing Oneself — Peter F. Drucker

The TAO of Charlie Munger — David Clark

This book is a compendium of quotes from Charlie Munger, the vice-chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, the longtime business partner of Warren Buffett, whom Bill Gates calls the ‘broadest thinker’ he has ever encountered.

The TAO of Charlie Munger — David Clark

Antifragile — Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Per the name of the book, Taleb described the concept of antifragile, things that benefit from volatility, randomness, disorder, and stressor, things with unlimited gains and limited loss. Antifragile is the antidote to the unpredictables in life, the way to live happily in a world we don’t understand. Taleb shows the reader what it means and how to achieve it.

Antifragile — Nassim Nicholas Taleb

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