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The Best Books: 14 Best Books For Understanding The World, Your Brain, and Zen Philosophy

There have been many books written on self improvement and developing your skills for successful living but most people who are interested in this don’t consider reading about history and sociology. An advanced knowledge of these subjects gives anyone a great advantage in lifestyle design and successful living and this is why we have made the list below.

The Best Books series continues and this post is all about understanding the modern world, how to make better decisions and control your emotions.

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Here are the Top 14 Best Books:

1. The Lonely Crowd – David Riesman

This is the best sociology book ever and the key argument is that fitting into a large group is a relatively new phenomenon and it has changed the way human beings interact.

2. The Power Elite – C. Wright Mills

The first book to dive deep into the privileged class of American corporations and politics. Mills makes an overwhelming case that there was a caste system running the US and the vestiges still remain. The important point is that its changing and understanding how it works is very interesting.

3. The American Myth of Success – Richard Weiss

The evolution of American culture as seen through self help books. Weiss starts around the Civil War and goes up to the 1050s. What we read reflected who we were and where we are going.

4. The Managed Heart – Arlie Russell Hochschild

Hochschild was given significant access to stewardesses working at Delta Airlines in the 1960s. She chronicles the deadening pain they felt as they were forced to bring cheerfulness and emotion to work each day. This was a breakthrough on the study of human emotions.

 5. Stone Age Economics – Marshall Sahlins

Despite the clever title, this book is actually about how primitive cultures worked. One key takeaway is that hunter-gatherers were the idle rich. They worked about three hours a day and spent the rest of the day resting.

6. Life Inc – Douglas Rushkoff

Doug is at the cutting edge of recognizing the collision between corporate values and human values. Most of the book is fairly pessimistic, and it argues that money has pushed people apart from each other. His point is that barter and community exchange do more for commerce.

7. The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism – Max Weber

Largely misunderstood, this book is considered a giant achievement in sociology. Weber tries to understand the relationship between religious and commercial values, particularly as they led to the success of the United States.

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  1. This would be great advice in a perfect world but what about when you have children with the narcissist?

  2. Excellent post, I must say.

  3. Excellent piece.. Would like to read more from you :)

  4. Beautiful! It is wonderful to hear how we can bring such energy into our life by following our passion! I like how authentic and ‘real-time’ your blog is.

  5. I love my life right now because I am more and more aware of a new feeling for life that is coursing through the veins of our Planet, and so also through ours. There is a feeling of exhilaration that is building and that surprises are just around the corner – and there they are! Right here now.

  6. Why do I love my life right now?I just took a blind jump, moved from my home town of st Louis, mo to Denver, Colorado , leaving family,
    Friends , and a good job , all for a new adventure, and to get out of my comfort zone. Not even a week in, I land a job that pays more than the previous ( as well as an awesome boss!) , meeting many friendly new people, and feel like I’ve found my new home. Everything lined up great and I am in a much better mental state and location than earlier. I took a chance, and everything worked out better than I expected :). The magic happens when you get out of your comfort zone!

    • How amazing! You embody a tremendous amount of courage and trust, Fernando. And by trusting that the Universe will care for us, we give space for miracles.

      With love,
      Amanda
      withlovecoach.com

  7. I love my life because I have realized just how much positive change one person can bring to many who need it in this world. I love my life because I know just how much love can heal our world – If every person had just a fragment of love inside of them for others our world would be a magical place, ‘Heaven’ would be on Earth. It is this understanding which has allowed me to not only love my life but love every life in this world. We are lucky to be here and lucky to feel this wonderful feeling of Love…

  8. I love my sisters and brothers, my sweet pet voori and even my parents whom left us long time ago. This is the only point which let me love my life. I wish would be able to be positive and help people , giving them positive energy and shrae anything which make the feel happy and bring smile on their face. But considering existing condition couldn’t did it as I wish, even lost many chances.
    Still, as far as I believe in that life is a kind of fight, won’t get disappointment and wait for my term to say “I did what I Wish and am a big winner against all bad luck, dishonesty and so on”.

  9. Thanks for visiting. The quote No 19 matches my post to the t, but in much fewer words. Oh I admire the people who can come up with great one liners :)

  10. i never been happy about my life because life is really complicated to me. I’m a middle class 21y old women. i want to reach the highest my life take. i believe that every one has good things in life like a family to be happy,.. :) I’m happy of my family but things are very complicated to do but i still have hope XD

  11. I love my life and only the reason is life is worth live.And Everyyear when ı work harder ı earn more and my dreams come true. The person who has a ambitious personality can do everything he/she desire.Thats my style aswell. When ı wanted to anything ım being extremly ambitous. So ı love my life cause ı have the best family and friends any one can have. Wıth my word; If you wanna reach to “NİRVANA” work hard, love life, love people and most important one love yourself. Those are the things, makes you different and succesfull person.
    Thank you.

  12. I always emailed this blog post page to all my associates, since if like to read it afterward my contacts will too.

  13. I love the phrase “get comfortable with being uncomfortable.” I’ve found some of the most successful people I know are those who live always a little bit outside their comfort zone.

  14. Larrissia Erlandson

    I’ve been with my boyfriend for over two years and I love him more each moment, I have a dog who is happy to see me everyday and loves to cuddle, I find meaning in music each day, my art is improving, and for the first time in my life I looked in the mirror and realized I am a beautiful woman. Today, I am strong. Tomorrow, I love myself more.

  15. No reason, really. Some things are good, others are really challenging but I just feel super grateful and happy. I’m not caught up in the tough stuff at all right now.

  16. Loving and living life is more than just a philosophy to guide us but more so a realization that everything happens for a reason and our life experiences are wonderful set of entwined events that bring a range of emotional events and shape who we are. I Love My Life Right Now because I just had one of those experiences. For 30 years I have been searching for my daughter from a relationship when I was 18. I was an American living in the Philippines and was informed after my return to the states that I was going to be a father. My girlfriend and I kept in touch with each other regularly but suddenly she stopped writing. I tried to find her but was told that she had moved to New Zealand. I began the search process but found it very difficult and often hopeless because all my efforts to locate her were unsuccessful. (living in different countries). But I never truly lost hope even though I didn’t search as regularly as in the early years. Several months back, I started to have dreams about my daughter. These dreams were re-occurring and becoming more pronounced. I spoke to my wife and she agreed that I needed to start the search again. So I started the process, working with a great organization called Amerasian Worldwide to help with locating her. To make a long story short, they tracked her to Australia and after some additional searching, I was able to finally make contact. :) It was the most beautiful and magical experience I have ever had. She invited me to come to Australia to meet her, her fiancee and kids! I was on a plane 2 days later. When we first saw each other, we were both shaking with excitement and nervousness but couldn’t take our eyes off of each other. We went for tea were we talked and talked.. and talked more! Turns out, she had also waken in the middle of the night about the same time as my dreams and spoke to her fiancee about me. What a blessing! Anyways, we’re now getting to know each other and where our lives have lead us. I Love my life right now because no matter what happens in my life, I know that I am being watched over. I know that God was watching over me all the way…

  17. Shouldn’t our goals be about achieving things rather than being better than others or better than everyone? Otherwise we’re always just being the best fish in the bowl.

  18. I love my life right now because I have finally learned how to rely on myself for my own happiness.

  19. I love my life right… it is inexplicable. When my strength fails me, my mind protects me. When my mind fails me, my mind still protects me. I rationalize my mistakes, and undoubt myself with my rationalization. I’ve created my own little world. For every single one of the biggest mistakes in my life, I’ve recovered from it exponentially. I’ve been incarcerated. I’ve been mutilated. I’ve been publicly humiliated. I’ve been raped. All of these things, after they were through, have shaped me into a tougher, faster, more capable human being than I ever thought I’d become. All my worst nightmares have come true, and I now have nothing to fear.
    This is why I love life. For all the torture I’ve endured from it, for all the celebration I’ve done, for all the death that has happened and will continue to happen, I know it’s just getting started. My life is fading before my eyes, and every day it gets better and better.
    I’d love to see how the story ends, but unfortunately I won’t know until it’s time to take the train ride back to home.

  20. I’m in a relationship with a special woman and everyday we grow, learn, develop and fall deeper in love

  21. I love my life because I know that no matter what happens, sunrises will always be beautiful.

  22. I love my life right now because I’m finally controlling it instead of letting it control me. I’ve started working out, lost 10 pounds, started being more confident with the women, even have a date for next week. I know what I want and I know what I have to do to get it. Feels good man.

    • I really like that line Kris “I know what I want, and I know what I have to do to get it”. That says it all ~ it makes me truly believe that you’ve found yourself, and, it inspires me too. So many of us can say “I know what I want”, but very few of us can earnestly affirm “I know what I have to do to get it”. Yes, it does feel good to own your Life. Thanks Kris :-)

  23. Sounds like this post is not realistic. Depending on the level of narcissism there may be nothing that you can do to help them. Note that narcissism and selfishness are different.

  24. I love my life right now because I am in a state of Love, and this Love heals everything. Yes it does.

  25. I absolutely love my life right now!
    I think in life we all hope to have as many magic moments that out shine the rest. I feel like I have had more of those magic moments this past year than my entire life put together. I feel a different kind of happy at this point in my life. Its a happy where I feel at peace with a lot of the things I can’t control and elated for the things I can. I’m continuing to learn to enjoy every moment and feel each one to its entirety. Its the small moments that are my favourite and for me, that feels like the secret to being happy. I don’t have expectations, but I have standards. I’m not willing to settle and expect the best for myself, and therefore do what I can to create and attract the best. I feel more myself than I ever have and am loving learning more about who I am. More than anything I feel humbled; I have met the most special person who has me falling more and more head over heals with every day that goes by. I feel so lucky to have found someone who inspires me to be better in every way. Without him I don’t think I would be able to feel this realm of happiness, it really is a whole new world of possibility and wonder. I’m sooo excited for whatever the future has in store because I know with him there is never a moment that falls short of magic. – <3i

  26. “And sooner or later, that friend who’s always egging you on to start a fight will give up and leave, and you’ll find that inner peace. Anger will become a thing of the past.” Good post!

  27. I love my life right now because I have had an exponential amount of growth and personal development which has allowed me to experience true and real happiness to a level that I didn’t know existed. I have committed myself to a life of continual growth, so I can experience and enjoy every aspect of my life as and when it happens. I would not have been able to do this, nor would I have known it was possible, had I not met the special woman in my life right now and I will always feel grateful and lucky that I found her. Every moment I am around her I feel completely at peace and I am so proud of her for being the person she is. I can’t wait to see and experience the world with her.

  28. Nice list! I would also add that smiling definitely help to be in a better mood – and it is something that we can right now!

  29. Fantastically inspirational blog. Love what I’ve read so far.

  30. excellent thought thank you so much for your valuable information

  31. I LOVE every word! Thank you fro this!

    el

  32. While there is truth in here, the author will nuance these points as (s)he grows older. I’d like to suggest two things.

    First, make sure you get your definition of happiness right. Until you do, you will chase rainbows. It is unfortunate that being content is looked down upon. The only emotional state I’ve longed to, is to sit back, take a deep breath and truly feel that everything is as it should be. Lasting happiness is very close to being content. Being content has far less to do with social status, material resources, acclaim, or an impressive resume than contemporary culture advertises. To be content, one must at some point say “it is enough”. Maybe you’re closer to enough than you think? Maybe happiness has been right in front of you all the time?

    Second, be vary of individualism for its own sake. Individualism implies being different than others, which in turn means separation, and finally isolation. Try to figure out who you are, and find similarities and community in people around you.

  33. I agree that contentment is close to happiness, but at a young age, being content can be dangerous. It can stifle any chance of living the type of life you need to live, to have the experiences you need to have to ever be happy/content. We all have a desire to create a goal and to achieve it by over coming challenges and growing as a person. Not going through this process can create regret when you’re older. Thank you for the great comment.

  34. These are great. :) Thank you for sharing.

  35. It really helps to just rip off the band-aid and go for it. I joined student government last year and all the social interactions that I’ve gone through because of it have been extremely beneficial to me as an introvert. I’m not necessarily shy, but I just don’t feel the need to interact very much in my personal life. But doing student government has been amazingly transformative!

  36. I totally agree with the post. You nailed it.

  37. “you will love somebody and it will change your life” — absolutely

  38. [ Smiles ] This seems like very helpful advice for those who are afflicted with shyness.

    Nice article!

  39. [ Smiles ] Fabulous advice!

  40. [ Smiles ] An impressive blog with lots of insight!

  41. Reblogged this on brucelombardo75's Blog and commented:
    Jorge…read this. And enjoy life.

  42. I agree with Shareen, you gave excellent advice. To answer your ending question, I tell my spouse “I adore you” instead of saying the over-used/over-rated word, “love”. It worked like a charm, we’ve been together 13 years now. I do say I love you but it means more when I use “adore”. Good post thanks for sharring it.

  43. Reblogged this on ilivig's Blog and commented:
    these are the 10 reflections !

  44. What great suggestions, and all right on! I am currently in the love of my life, and it is because of all of the suggestions that you listed here. Love is magical, especially when we are vulnerable and truly ourselves! Thanks!

  45. I couldn’t have said it better myself! I have often talked about about most of these things with my partner. The current annoyance? #5 I have often said that his phone and video game systems may just happen to go missing…

  46. Great post :) my boyfriend and I have been together for over ten years now, and I think being able to be ourselves, be honest and having time together are the most important things. Very well written :)

  47. You have made several good points here. I think an additional key element to a healthy relationship is acceptance. I’ve learned the very hard way you can’t change another person to be what you think they should be. Learning to accept my love the way he is and love him for who he is right now has made our relationship even more intimate and safe. We are able to be ourselves without fear of judgement.

  48. I think people really underestimate the power of surprises! I think surprising your significant with something small speaks more than people realize.

  49. I’m still in my early 20s and I’m definitely keeping this in mind! Thank you for sharing !!!

  50. I agree with this advice and I would recommend it to any shy people out there. It makes for good reading :)

  51. I think going all the way through your twenties and loving people along the way, is a great way to learn who you really belong with. I hope people will also give their thirties a try for all of the above. I am in my fifties, knew not nearly enough in my twenties to find a partner with staying power. Good luck and thank you for reading my blog! You are on your way to an awesome life!

  52. Please do not forget number 7! Do something for yourself. It keeps everything in balance.

    And if everyhing else fails; Do one mental exercise every day and one physical exercise every day.

  53. It is true that being social means learning how to talk to people in various settings. Practicing can make a person become more adept. Also, it helps to find how to make others smile. Good listening is also needed in life!

  54. I am ok with the small chit chat with strangers or people on the phone. I have issues pouring my true thoughts out to people I work with who may judge me in that way. I am a terrific encourager and teacher but just don’t judge me or I will tunnel back into my cave with hurt feelings. :o)

  55. Reblogged this on LA Single Gal and commented:
    I couldn’t put this better myself.

  56. Yes, #3 is my favorite… Take note of your many Blessings! God has greatly blessed us. ❤

  57. I’m a list maker as well! I live by my lists! :-) Great blog! Look forward to following you!

  58. Awesome list that I found particularly relevant to where I’m at right now, which is in my mid-20s.

  59. Honest and fun are the essence of a good relationship.

  60. too bad not too many 16 year olds will be reading this or if they do, not thinking it through and letting it soak in…great post.

  61. I’m not even 16 yet, but I can understand most, if not all of these things. :)

  62. I used to be really shy. Like REALLY shy. This was back when I was around 1 years old. When people would knock at the door, I’d hide behind my parents’ legs. *That* shy. For me, the trick was for my parents to get me to spend time at my grandparents’ house. My cousin, who is 3 years older than me, spends most of his time there. And since he’s 3 years older, he’d always tease me. Naturally, I became not shy in order to “tease” my cousin.
    The one downside now though is that I’m extremely outgoing, and I love to talk to people. Sometimes, it can get distracting. :/

  63. “The reason people find it so hard to be happy is that they always see the past better than it was, the present worse than it is, and the future less resolved than it will be.”
    I’ve always found that I always long for the way things used to be, and hate my current condition. :(

  64. I love positive thoughts, thanks!

  65. Most people don’t know how important the “take the blame first” rule is. We so many times are very quick to see what others do wrong. But real change comes when we can honestly look at what we do wrong. This opens the door for us to change, but also gives our partner that same freedom.

  66. I love my because I’m paying to attention and being thankful. It’s funny; they both impact on each other. I’m writing, I’m riding my bike, I’m hanging with my kids and being there for my friends. It’s not I like I didn’t do all that before but now I’m noticing stuff. Thanks for your blog, it’s brilliant.

  67. This is truly the essence of love. Sometimes relationships need a refresher in these simple fundamentals. Love this!

  68. Wise words.

    There are sometimes I wish I could go back, put my arm around my 16-year-old self, and impart what I’ve learned in the intervening years.

  69. Hello and thank you for yours words ,very much I will visit here often , I like your work and I will be back.

  70. Simply.

    I want to change my life, and create a new version of myself.

  71. Excellent advice. Thanks for the post.

  72. All in all, not very helpful! The article would be a depressing guide if one truly has a narcississtic mother in law. A narcississt cannot be reasoned with due to their very complex filtering system, learnt from a very early age. They will struggle to listen to anyones views and CANNOT empathise with anyone, not even with their own children. I’m not saying you shouldn’t try to maintain peace and harmony…….but this could be very difficult and harmful to your own mental health. There could also be deep rooted issues within your spouse if he has been ‘parented’ by a narcississt.

  73. He is a very mean controlling man and can not love any one.

  74. I used to shy away from conflict until I had a perspective change. Conflict in itself is not bad. Conflict is like a sword. It’s a tool that can be used to help or to hurt. You have to decide how you’re going to wield it.

    Another important thing to remember that in conflict, you should never go in with the mindset of, “I’m going to win this.” Healthy conflict isn’t about you and getting what you want, but instead approach it with the goal of seeking to understand the different sides of the conflict and finding the best resolution for all parties.

  75. These are very good points and I would like to add that so much of it is about swallowing your pride to reach a resolution. Even if you are clearly or more in the right than the the other, making the other person feel really bad, blaming them, or yelling at them isn’t going to get you anywhere no matter how satisfying it is at the moment.

    This is exactly the situation I was in this afternoon. I wanted to shove it in the other’s face because they had wronged me but I kept my cool and explained why I was irritated and hurt. It was very hard to do but things are now immensely better between the two of us after the convo.

  76. So.. Don’t be a dick? Seems simple enough.

  77. I can actually get really depressed when I encounter people who so shy away from conflict that they refuse to stand up for themselves, even when they’re in the right… like when another student in my class was clearly under marked on a test and wouldn’t bring it up because it “wasn’t worth the trouble”. I wanted to grab that damned test out of his hand and march it to the professor myself.. I guess it’s because I used to be the same way, but I’ve worked hard to break out of that shell and stand up for myself and my beliefs. But when smart, capable people are still being hindered by fear of conflict, I dunno, it just depresses the hell outta me.

  78. I know for me and for a lot of people I meet who also have trouble with conflict, this fear/avoidance stems from having people in the past who didn’t use conflict in a way that was helpful. For example, my parents were TERRIBLE with conflict. Conflict always turned into shouting matches where anyone in it’s path were hurt.

    Though, in past years, when I would see someone have healthy conflict (especially with me), it would really encourage me to not shy away from it so much.

    Also I realized that even though I thought I was “keeping the peace” by avoiding conflict, I wasn’t making anything better.

  79. One thing I learned from business school was a conflict resolution theory. It was discussed in the context of collective agreements, but I think it also applies well to interpersonal conflicts.

    It described three levels of conflict resolution, and that you should always start at the “lowest” level where possible.

    Level one: Interests

    Find a mutually beneficial solution that benefits both people to produce cooperation.
    “If we go to Die Hard instead of Princes Bride we will both enjoy it and have a better evening than if we went to Princess bride, because you won’t enjoy that one as much.”

    Level two: Rights

    Appealing to some higher law or authority to get compliance/cooperation from the other person.
    “We saw Marley and Me last time so it’s only fair that today we go to see Die Hard.”

    Level three: power:

    You use strength and/or coercion to compel the other person to comply.
    “We are going to Die Hard or I’m going to kick your ass.”

    Just about any conflict can be described like this. Imagine a belligerent drunk at ta restaurant:

    “Sir please leave, we don’t want any trouble for us or yourself.” (Interests)
    “Sir you are now trespassing, you must leave by the laws of Canada.” (Rights)
    Bouncer physically removes drunk from restaurant. (Power)

  80. The article isn’t too bad, but it seems to me that it focuses too much on how you should feel and too less on how you should act. The thing is that conflict cannot be solved without taking action.

    Also, I find it difficult to solve conflicts with these pointers alone because the way you handle conflict in a personal context is VERY different from the way you should handle it in a professional context.

    Here are a few pointers for professional context :

    Always verbally. No conflict has ever been solved in writing. This is especially true now that everyone uses texts or emails on a daily basis, and that writing became easier than talking.

    Use facts. No personal point of view, appreciations or feeling. Facts. A professional isn’t trying to achieve anything on the emotional level through his job because it would mean that he’s likely to make his decisions based on his emotional issues. We all know that we indeed have emotional issues, all of us, but keeping it out of the problem is the best way to make some progress.

    Build a solution. Talk about the future instead of the past. “If it happens again” isn’t talking about future, it’s talking about what happened in the past. It’s very much appreciated to be constructive instead of focusing on what has been done wrong. If you’re entirely at fault, a small part of the discussion should be dedicated to acknowledging your responsibility. But it shouldn’t been done in more than two sentences. Once it’s done, focus on building a system that prevents it from happening again. If you’re not entirely at fault, or not at fault at all, just do the same : be constructive. People will be grateful for not sticking it to them once again, and building a solution is enough of an emphasis to make them understand that the problem has to be taken care of.

    Of course, there always are some particularities and you should give some thought about who you are in business with, what they want to achieve on a personal level, and make sure that your plans don’t threaten them (professionally AND emotionally, most of the dicks at work out there are wrecks in their personal life and are just compensating for this pain). If your plans do threaten them, you have to be more subtle about this conflict, and that’s what negociation is.

  81. Awesome info. This should be required reading in school.

  82. A really nice article, that gets straight to the point. Thanks for sharing!

  83. POOR_IMPULSE_CONTR0L

    Lesson #1: Don’t get lost at sea, and if you do, bring either a volleyball or a man-eating tiger.

  84. 1. Befriend Tigers, don’t worry their cool.

  85. Meh. What about the ultimate statement about love and passion, Wuthering Heights? Or the best anti-war book ever written, All Quiet on the Western Front? Or the classic Two Years Before the Mast – rich on-becoming-a-man stuff, enfolded within astonishing turns of sensitive lyricism?

  86. ProcrastinationMan

    It’s a good list, but rather than being the 10 epic books every man must read, it’s just 10 epic books every man must read. There’s so many others you could name that would be excellent additions to this list: Kafka’s The Trial comes to mind, or how about Machiavelli’s Prince? Huxley’s Brave New World?

  87. I don’t trust this list because Lonesome Dove isn’t on it.

  88. The Art of War is the best book about relationships that I’ve ever read.

  89. Gates of Fire by Steven Pressfield? The Art of War by Sun Tsu?

  90. The Road – Cormac McCarthy

  91. It’s impossible to put one of these lists together without leaving out something deserving. This is a good list of books to read, but I think “epic” is a misleading term here. An Epic, strictly speaking, tends to follow a formula with certain elements. It’s usually got a central hero who performs various deeds that are somewhat superhuman, and he usually ends up dying at the end, or at least losing everything he gained. See The Iliad, The Oddyssey, Don Juan, Paradise Lost, etc.

    Based on the list author’s definition as “books that defined generations and influenced countless authors”, there are several books that are notably absent. Like it or not, The Bible has arguably been a greater influence than just about any other book in history, and has helped shape entire cultures and civilizations. More recently, I would argue that Jules Verne was probably the main influence on the science fiction genre, so I would include The Time Machine, or 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. The Catcher in the Rye and The Great Gatsby are also two of the greater influences in recent American literature, and should also be included. Not to mention some of the other notables mentioned above.

  92. Siddhartha was great. Unconventional, but great. You could say that you didn’t like it, but saying Siddhartha is a bad book is an argument that cannot be won. Just as how I didn’t like Candide, but I know it’s a good book.

    In reference to the list, I’m disappointed to see classic masculine books like Catch-22 and Catcher in the Rye missing.

  93. The Hero with a Thousand Faces by Joseph Campbell

  94. No Catcher in the Rye?

  95. Slaughter House Five and Ender’s Game!

  96. I recently finished The Alchemist and really don’t understand why it’s so popular. All the characters seemed really shallow and I just never really connected with it.

    I read the rings trilogy and at times I found them to be overly tedious to read and had to put them down and read other books and come back months later to finish each book.

    I think Enders Game should be on this list.

  97. I was glad to see The Sun Also Rises and The Count of Monte Cristo on the list, as they are some of the best works of literature in human history.

    I would personally not recommend The Screwtape Letters, as it is clearly a work of Chrisitian apologism. If you want to read a book written by a master which immerses you in religion and myth, you can’t go wrong with Dune. Equal parts science fiction and religious fantasy with politics, tribalism, war… basically everything. It’s never dull, like Screwtape, and it doesn’t beat you over the head with it’s attempt to convert the unbelieving or reinforce the believer. It’s just amazing.

    I might include Thucydides History of the Peloponnesian War. Despite the fact it was originally written around 2,400 years ago, it remains arguably the greatest work of non-fiction on war and is (again, arguably) the first real work which could be considered an accurate historical record. The writing style is absolutely amazing, the details, reasonably well sources, reveal volumes about the ancient world, and the war itself has lessons which are every bit as relevant today as they were during the time of Ancient Athens and Sparta. I’m an anti-war kind of guy and even I love it.

  98. The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

  99. I’d also add Homer’s Illiad, and Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy to the list

  100. I read like two of these already! That makes me a real man, right?

  101. A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson shoulda made the cut imo.

  102. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance? wtf?!

  103. Just wanted to add, since I didn’t see them in here so far. A few I have never seen on a list of this sort.

    Lord of the Flies, William Golding

    Call of the Wild, Jack London

    Papillon, Henri Charrière

    Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain

    Animal Farm, George Orwell

    All Creatures Great and Small, James Herriot

    Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, Lewis Carroll

  104. The Trial is one I want to read…Taleb mentions it in Fooled by Randomness and it sounded like something I’d like. I’ve just started The Black Swan (Taleb’s most famous book) yesterday and already like it more. It might just be that Taleb’s idea of uncertainty is complex and counter intuitive so that this being my second foray into it makes it easier or if the book is just actually better is hard to tell. Either way I do want to read The Trial.

  105. Just make sure to read an unabridged version of Monte Cristo. As a child I read an abridged version and it wasn’t until years later that I realized how many epic scenes had been cut. I’m reading Crime and Punishment right now and I certainly hope it gets better. I’m halfway through and I honestly have no sympathy for Raskalnikov. It makes for tough reading.

  106. This is quite a profound selection. I’d agree with these as an amazing choice of books. However, I believe War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy is an essential one you forgot. Though it is quite a handful, and the quit-essential long book, the 2 main characters in the book describe, in completeness, who we are as men.

  107. it was really insightful as many times we fall prey to the sugar coated words without understanding the hidden agenda. and once such ppl start acting like your best buddies, it becomes even more harder to shrug them off.

  108. I smoked for 15 years. Then went cold turkey and after 2 weeks it stopped sucking and became awesome. I used to dream I had smoked and woke up happy that in fact I hadn’t. It really took some willpower but was not impossible at all. I think it helped that I was not hanging around anyone who smoked during those two weeks and I was not drinking any alcohol at the time. Then I got divorced a couple years ago and I smoke once again.

  109. I think this article approaches quitting smoking as something way easier then it is. While I agree that breaking a, or the, habit is core in quitting to smoke, I think it would only work in such a situation.

    For example, I only smoke when I’m outside, because I can’t, and won’t, smoke inside. This means that when I set a foot outside of my door, I light up a cigarette. How would I go about stopping this habit? Stop going outside?

    I’m aware of my own “cue”, as the article puts it. I just don’t think this is a end-all be-all.

  110. Breaking a habit is simple. You’ll do it if you really want to do it.

    Anything else is just an excuse.

    Simply put: Why would you do something that you don’t want to do?

    People keep smoking and keep taking drugs because they want to.

    To stop you have to stop wanting to do it, and for a reason. Stopping for no reason won’t work.

  111. clinicallyrepressed

    I’ve recently invested in a decent e-cig and havent looked back. They’re simply amazing. I’ve been a smoker for 13+ years, ranging from 1-1.5 packs a day and I have yet to encounter a hiccup since the switch. For those not ready to drop the nicotine but want to kick the smoking, I can’t recommend a better alternative.

  112. CrookedAccountant

    If you ever smoke a cigarette that tastes a bit “funny” compared to others from the same pack, put it out and unravel its contents. What you will find is that there are stems, and other nasty non-plant material, hell I found a few grains of sand once.

  113. Like people have said, you can’t really quit until your ready to quit. Then half the battle is won. I stopped after 15 years just woke up one day and didn’t smoke. Get through those first couple of weeks and you’ll be fine.

  114. I’m slightly offended by the gender specific title of this stumble upon. Do you think women are too busy reading garbage like Fifty Shades of Gray?

    • No but I cant tell women what they should read. My girlfriend will be working on a list for women shortly. Thanks for checking out the post.

      • you can tell men what to read because you’re a man, but you can’t tell women what to read because you’re not a woman… look dude, we’re all people here.

        • I didnt compile the list of books for women. There is no need to make assumptions based on something you don’t know. I value your opinion but the list on books for women was made after consulting many women, forums, reviews and look dude, we’re all entitled to our opinions, even if you don’t agree

    • Why is it that every time something is pointed towards men specifically someone has to pipe up with “What about the wimminz”?

      • It doesn’t need to be like that. Its not an exclusion, more of a niche for a certain type of audience.

      • maybe because it happens all the time. maybe because the gender dichotomy is total bs.

        • You need to understand that there are differences between men and women and there are things that interest us that you may not be interested in. This is not your chance to stick up for womens rights, its just about varying interests and NOT bs

  115. Thanks for writing this. :)

  116. Thank you for this good read. I’m turning 20 this year and I think these words are really helpful :)

  117. A lot of nice posts for people to soak in, well done. I think these books are great for everybody and glad that I StumbledUpon this page.

  118. We are actually not always in control of our emotions, as anyone suffering from depression or an anxiety or panic disorder can tell you. Much of emotion is physiological, and our control is limited, especially in those ‘first moments’ after something happens.

    These suggestions can help with the small stuff, like the car breaking down, or missing your train. But for problems that are partly physiological, medication or CBT may be needed.

    And for major emotional reactions, such as the terror or rage from adrenaline, or true grief of loosing a beloved, these suggestions aren’t much use.

  119. To live life now. Take advantage of your late teens and your twenties. Do the things you truly desire. Travel, study art instead of accounting, take a gap year. Backpack around the country. Choose the career or job you find most inspiring, not the one that pays best.
    Don’t tell yourself that there will be time later, or fit your plans into someone elses schedule or expectations.

    You are younger, and freer from burdens and responsibilities than you will be ever again, and probrably healthier as well. Your youth will pass, you will acquire responsiblies and you cannot rely on keeping your health. There may not be a future, so live now.

    And don’t write off your friends and relationships. Stay in touch, even if you are going in different directions. Nurture your friendships and give them the chance to grow and change as you do.

  120. The list was quite good to the point that I read The Alchemist on it. This book is the biggest plagiarism and poor writing. I tried to read it because a friend insisted it changed his life and his perspective on so many dif levels. Well, I thought, why not give it a try. Not even the love for my friend was enough to go thru the third page.

  121. Into the wild

  122. The Old Man and The Boy by Robert Ruark

  123. This is truly terrible advice…most abusive parents have serious mental illnesses which cause them to behave that way, which conflicts with normal parental instincts of protection and love. They will not accept that they are abusive; they may become more abusive if they are accused of abuse in an illogical, emotionally-driven cycle. Often the “triggers” of the abusive behavior include coming out to get something to eat, or trying to go to school. Those things cannot and should not be avoided. If your parent is abusive, try to stay with a sane relative, or, if none is available, a friend’s family. If the abuse is intense and there is no where else to go, call child services. Abusers do not deserve the endless chances we all give them to hurt us over and over again.

  124. Point Counter Point – Huxley

  125. Paulo Coelho, que legal!

  126. Sorry but: 10 epic booksevery PERSON must read…

  127. Thank you for sharing this. Every video made me think.

  128. That Jill Bolte Taylor speech. Wow.

  129. Dostoyevsky “Crime and Punishment” or “The brothers Karamazov” should be on the list

  130. Anna Karenina

  131. Fight Club? I mean the whole book is about discovering a sense of masculinity?

  132. Also the patch works wonders

  133. Good list.
    I know people always, in some sort of self referential outrage, proclaim what a travesty it is that [insert book title] never made the list, it is in fact a pet peeve of mine, like there is such a thing as a definitive list, but I’m going to do it anyway.

    A Confederacy of Dunces – John Kennedy Toole

    A book doesn’t always have to be dramatic, intense, life changing or life affirming, sometimes, it can just make you laugh your ass off

  134. Don Quixote is essential reading and something everyone should experience.
    The great Harold Bloom makes reference to it for all the right reasons.

  135. That Buddha is one cool dude

  136. “Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared”

    A nice extension of this is that the candle which bends to light another is the one whose life is shortened. If you remain upright and others bend to receive happiness from you, they will be challenged briefly and you will remain unharmed. If you constantly bend to others to make them happy, you will be burned down quickly.

  137. “You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection”

    Taken together I think that gets at what you’re saying.

  138. These are certainly good choices, but a lot of them are more opinions rather than sources of knowledge.

    The best of the bunch is clearly #5. Daniel Kahneman manages to make cognitive psychology seem both highly relevant and very readable.

    The worst is probably #2. Malcolm Gladwell is a successful writer, but his claims are often a haphazard application of scientific results applied in the wrong context or based on mere anecdotal evidence.

    There is a reason why Kahneman is a Nobel laureate and famous among both scholars and light readers, while Gladwell is mainly popular among light readers.

  139. Feels pretty good when one of these books is already on my coffee table waiting in line for me to read it. Should be moving up pretty quickly since it’s so damn hard to put “John Dies at the End” down.

  140. These are good if you already have a penchant for wanting to learn more. If you’re not terribly intelligent and don’t have an interest in reading books about sciency-stuff then I highly doubt these will do anything for you rather than teach you some trivial stuff you might not even remember or care to read through till the end.

    Intelligence =/= knowledge.

  141. I still think anything on body language or face communication needs to be on here. I cannot tell you how important these books are for social communication.

  142. There are some great books on this list: Cosmos, A Short History of Nearly Everything, and Guns Germs and Steel.

    However, Freakonomics and a lot of Malcolm Gladwell books, including this one, have been very hated by many people, including my friends and colleagues in statistics. Gladwell has a unique way of looking at things and is a great writer, but has a strong tendency to pick and choose and make that look like a trend. Freakonomics gets so much hate from every statistician I know because it is basically the cardinal sin of statistics: “data drudging.” If you look at enough data and analyze it certain ways, you can make numbers look like anything you want them to.

    I’m no expert in these fields, but I hear this a lot from those who are. So if you read/like these books, take them with a grain of salt.

  143. Guns, Germs and Steel. You got it right in the copy, but the header is misspelled. I thought, at first, you were talking about a sequel to the book that dealt with larceny as a major force of global change.

    • Amazing book indeed, it reveal so much history I want to know that is not being taught in school.

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  145. Why exactly is it that men need to read these; but, not women?

    • As a man, these books were a great read and in some cases life changing. We’re currently working on a list for women, written by our guest blogger coming out next week which is based on her recommendations.

      • i can enjoy things that men enjoy. just because your girlfriend shares my anatomy doesn’t mean she’ll know what books i’d like. the dichotomy of this is ridiculous.

        • Well done for learning the word dichotomy and using it relentlessly. To repeat my response to an earlier comment of yours, its about varying tastes and you dont see any men complaining that Cosmopolitan magazine is sexist as it doesnt cater to men. We understand that we are different and we dont feel the need to talk about someones personal life to make a point.

  146. Great list! Thanks for sharing!

  147. Yesterday, checked my bank, heaps of money, fed the horses, did dinner
    cleaned up spent a little time with my little one, tucked her into bed
    then jumped in the shower and into bed next to my boyfriend and talked until 12 at night . As I was falling asleep in his arms I realized how really lucky I am to have a full and loved life.

  148. good job gives me alot to think about

  149. Love this! So great to remember the things that really matter

  150. Especially #17! You sure don’t find much substantial “nutrition” for you spirit in our secular culture. You really have to search it out, which often means going against the current, spiritually unsatisfying belief in moral relativism, and the morally empty new age practices that go along with it..

  151. I’m more of a reader only when there is something to be practically applied. This usually means I stay away from fiction and read more non-fiction books that inspire or teach me. Although I do like some of your arguments, I disagree with #3. :)

  152. I love my life right now because my website has led to so many doors opening and it is CRAZY. I get to write about the stories in my life that inspired me, use these stories to help others, AND I’m getting tons of work experience outside the site because of it. Life is good. :)

  153. Hi Leah, I enjoyed your post; especially 3,4,7, 8, &10:) resonated with me. thanks

  154. I love my life right now because I am FREE – to love, share, forgive, encourage, laugh, cry and following my passion of writing, fitness and giving back to others. I am healthy, and have the support of my partner, have a wonderful life with our amazing beagle DJ.

  155. I love my life right now because for the first time, i’ve realized why it’s important to have a purpose. I feel like I have something to give to the world and no longer feel in need of anyone due to the happiness and satisfaction I create for myself because of it. I’ve started a blog, practice the martial arts, connect with new people daily and dance the Salsa and have never had as much joy as I have now living the life i’m happy with. :)

  156. one thing id like to add is that sometimes this passion may feel like work, and that’s normal. Passion is something you may not feel like doing 100% of the time, but if 51% of the time, you feel like dropping everything just to do that one thing, then that is pasion, and that is something you should attempt to master.

  157. Phew, looks like I’m on the right path!

  158. Good post. The most important thing of all however, which i think you should have included is to learn to embrace failure :)

  159. I tried these tactics but now the god damn retards come around even more! ‘m about to start beating them with a bat!

  160. Just spank her

  161. Number three is what I struggle with today. Making assumptions is so easy and just happens so fast that I often find myself mentally apologizing to myself. Assumptions do influence what we say and do, rarely in good ways.

  162. Number 2 for me has always been a common problem of mine as I used to always take everything personally.

    Nowadays, I have a more healthy way of looking at things and look at it in terms of personal responsibility. In other words, if something goes wrong, what can I do to correct it the next time. :)
    Great article by the way.

  163. Items 2 and 3 are definitely the hardest for me.
    It’s the third time in a few months that I read how great that book is!! I think I’m convinced now and I’ll buy it soon :) Great sum up!

  164. I’d recommend Quiet
    for any reader considering themselves leaning towards the introverted
    side of the spectrum. It’s a very good book for gaining a better
    understanding of yourself, (especially if you find yourself feeling
    guilt or inferiority at not being the idealized charismatic socialite
    that is so often espoused in Western culture).

  165. Nice list, thanks.

  166. Why no love for Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance?

  167. cardo was taken

    So are you offended if you see helpful tips for kids bc you’re not a kid?? Get over yourself, Muddy.

  168. Great tips! I had a personal blog for a few years. I stopped it, and then I recently started blogging for my business Web site. I struggled a bit at first to find the “right” voice as my target audience has changed. But, I think I’ve managed to find a balance between business and my regular day-to-day personality. I love your site design, btw.

  169. This post re-inspired me to start my blog again. I always hear “your blog has to have a niche” or “you need to be an expert in something.” Honestly, I get tired of writing about the same topic. I like to write about all kinds of things for the sake of writing and expanding my knowledge on that topic.

  170. And why must men read these books? There is nothing in the article that explains this.

    And this reads like a college student’s reading list.

  171. How about, Le Morte D’Arthur, The Curious Case of Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde, Dracula, War of the Worlds, Frankenstien, Hound of the Baskervilles, The Pit and The Pendulum, The Time Machine, The Andromeda Strain and The Stand.

  172. Lives of a Cell Notes of a Biology Watcher

  173. The topic on not to multitask reverberates my stand. There’s a law in Economics called the law of diminishing returns which undergirds my reasoning for that. Interesting blog!

  174. Am I invisible?

    I’m a shy girl and I am always afraid to speak up and I wish someone would just talk to me and try to have a real convo station with me, and if someone does try to talk to me it makes my day. These tips sound very helpful and if someone followed them correctly I would most likely open up.
    Souce
    -being a shy girl for 8yrs

  175. Love the idea about a weekly plan. I have done long term, down to daily action. This gives me something to think about! Thanks!

  176. Hi
    Came across your website and really want to know more about how this is going for you :)

  177. and when all else fails her, divorce her and find someone younger!

  178. This would never work, she won’t shut up long enough for conversation.

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  183. Good article thanks. Dealing with a marriage where my partner does not desire physical contact, something lots of people deal with. Hardest thing is being married and yet feeling more alone and trapped than ever. Also getting hard not to notice other people. My pastor addressed this issue once and gave a good sermon. I know that passion dies in all marriages and I know I’m no different but I…. If you don’t want to be with someone physically then something starts to die inside and I don’t think it ever really comes back. Kind of like baby turtles, I know most of us won’t make it but for the ones that do man it must be something.

  184. All these sugeestions works with a normal person. I have been doing what is listed here most of the times with my NMIL but believe me she does not think a milisecond to hurt my feelings or create conflicts.

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  186. Nice

  187. Life After Life by Kate Atkinson
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  188. Love this post and that book is now in my to do list to read.

  189. Handy list.

  190. Great post. Blogging has become therapeutic and a ways to vent. I’ve always liked expressing myself and with blogging at least I can express myself on paper. You never know who it might help too.

    • Thank you Jeremy. I agree with you. The benefits of writing down your thoughts alone is beneficial, but when you have a passion that you can focus your writing on, not only does it improve your writing skills, but it helps you develop your passion while at the same time helping others.

  191. Hey Buddha was born in Nepal

  192. Great advice. Being comfortable with discomfort is one of the most important qualities many successful people possess. However, I’d also like to add that it is important to expand your comfort zone very gradually. If you do too much, your brain probably won’t be able to handle it. Similarly, if you do too little, there won’t be any measurable expansion of your comfort zone. Step by step expansion, that’s the key. Keep up the good work.

  193. Really dig this list, but just so you know, books 1, 4, and 5 aren’t showing up as free on Amazon. Still low-priced though!

    • Hi Ash, thank you for letting me know. At time of publishing they were free but it seems as though it may have changed. I’ll be working on a revised list very soon

  194. Not for Christians.

  195. I would add “Why Nations Fail”, by Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson.

    It will enlighten you to the underlying machinations of power, prosperity and poverty.

    antiguajohn

  196. “The Millionaire Next Door”

  197. Yeah, more like pseudo intellectual books that will get you all the hipster chicks.

  198. Blood and freedom by Gordon Greenwood should be on the list

  199. The Pelican Briefs is must read for every male

  200. the fact that this is about MEN and not people is pretty silly. there’s no reason women wouldn’t enjoy these books. just because some of them are specifically about different notions of masculinity doesn’t mean I, as a female, can’t appreciate them. maybe if we focused on what we had in common and tried to understand our differences, we wouldn’t need shit like “50 best pick up lines to make girls hate themselves and love you” or “mascara that will make men think you worthy”.

  201. Why are these tomes gender specific? Lord of the rings? Cmon… Why not read books where you actually learn somthing you can apply like a great math book or physics book for the nonscientist. The world is more complex than phantasy and aged philosophical broodings. It is no wonder were so anemic in helping our youngsters understand thenatural world and live in a world of self introspection.

    • Have you taken the time to read LOTR? If you’re unaware of the benefits of the messages in fictional stories as well as the benefits for your imagination, then I urge you to read it. We have a list for becoming smarter here and there are some science books which you may like.

  202. The Brothers…no way… Being & Time or Process & Reality depending on your taste.

  203. in my search for stoicism.
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