Daily Productive Sharing 562 - A Book List by Jack Raines

Daily Productive Sharing 562 - A Book List by Jack Raines
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Jack Raines introduced several books that changed his life, which includes his introduction

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Jack Raines 介绍了改变了他人生的几本书,每本推荐都附有他的介绍。

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A Few Books that Changed My Life


A few months ago, I mentioned that the two most important inputs for any writer are "the things you read and the experiences you have."
But the most shocking aspect of Frankl's book isn't the horrors of the Holocaust. It's the ability of man to overcome the horrors of the Holocaust.
These experiences aren't captured in history books. They can only be understood through the accounts of survivors.
Life is our resume. It is our story to tell, and the choices we make write the chapters. Can we live in a way where we look forward to looking back?
As someone who found myself struggling with some of the "what am I doing with my life" questions that persist among 20-somethings, I found that Greenlights provided both clarity and inspiration.
The Psychology of Money isn't a book about finance. It's a book about people, about you and me. He just happens to convey his messages through the lens of markets and investors.
we choose to live like monks anyway, rooting ourselves to a home or a career and using the future as a kind of phony ritual that justifies the present.
In this way, we end up spending (as Thoreau put it) “the best part of one’s life earning money in order to enjoy a questionable liberty during the least valuable part of it.”
We’d love to drop all and explore the world outside, we tell ourselves, but the time never seems right. Thus, given an unlimited amount of choices, we make none.
Vagabonding showed me that the timing is never right, and the costs aren't all that expensive. That we should travel for travel's sake, and we should expand our time abroad.
Are you paralyzed with fear? That’s a good sign. Fear is good. Like self-doubt, fear is an indicator. Fear tells us what we have to do. Remember one rule of thumb: the more scared we are of a work or calling, the more sure we can be that we have to do it.
Resistance is that invisible force always lurking around the corner. That unnamed figure that conspires against your success. Resistance has many names, such as "fear", "procrastination", and "doubt". But all of these negative forces are simply the different facades of Resistance.
Manson's book clearly defined the roles that emotional connections, honesty, and confidence play in the dating process.
Because everything that begins must end. What causes us to suffer is not in the past or the future: it is here, now, in our memory, in our expectations. We long for timelessness, we endure the passing of time: we suffer time. Time is suffering.
Everything that will happen has happened, and everything that has happened is happening.
The only thing "linear" is our perception and experience of time itself.
Hormozi Law: The longer you delay the ask, the bigger the ask you can make. “The longer the runway, the bigger the plane that can take off.
I'm honestly not sure how to describe the book, but each chapter peeled back a layer of my own life.