Food: What the Heck Should I Eat? by Dr. Mark Hyman
This is one of the best books on nutrition I’ve read. In it, Dr. Hyman walks through everything you need to know about food. Today, most people have no clue how or what to eat. Many people struggle with nutrition because of the amount of nutrition information available today. It has never been harder to figure out what to eat. This book is a great way to start figuring out this problem.
Several short sentences about writing by Veryln Klinkenborg
Klinkenborg’s book on writing was unique. I’ve read several books about writing, but none took the perspective that Veryln does here. If you want to learn to write clearer, and to understand writing, this is a great book. Instead of focusing on the rules of writing, this book discusses what it means to write. A great read for anyone that writes.
Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl
I re-read Man’s Search for Meaning this year. It was better than I remember. I think this is my favorite book of all time. In the book, Frankl famously states, “Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.” This is a man’s story through one of the most difficult periods in history. If he can survive with this attitude, you can handle what you’re facing today.
Money by Tony Robbins
If you have questions about money–like I constantly do–this is a great book. Tony discusses a plan for achieving financial freedom. The book goes through everything from investment choices to taxes and more. Tony interviews several of the world’s financial leaders–like Ray Dalio, Warren Buffett, and Carl Icahn–and shares their investment advice. This book is full of practical advice that you can use today.