Notes

The Hard Thing About Hard Things

Even though I am not a CEO, this book taught me invaluable management lessons that made better perform on the job. A highly recommended read for anyone who is a manager or trying to become one.

Range by David Epstein

Interesting view on how generalists can thrive in a moment in history where hyperspecialization is highly valued and rewarded. This is a book I would recommend to curious minds who are interested in the most diverse topics.

New Power: How Power Works in Our Hyperconnected World

Analysis the power change that came with the digital revolution, it observes how dynamics between different generations evolved. It deals with the differences in power perception today regards to in the past and how this change allowed the rise of movements like #MeToo and Black Lives Matter.

Quiet by Susan Cain

Both introverts and extroverts should read this book. It will help introverts better understand themselves, it will help extroverts work better with introverts.

The Unfair Advantage by Ash Ali and Hasan Kubba

By the end of the book, you will be reviewing all your defining moments in order to better understand your unfair advantage.

Build Your Dream Network by J. Kelly Hoey

Full of practical advice which can be implemented straight away. It is not based only on attending industry events and its tips will work perfectly for both extroverts and introverts.

The Selling of the President by Joe McGinniss

This book has been published in 1968 and the media ecosystem has definitely evolved, it is interesting to notice how it has evolved.

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