I’m big into reading books, and since you’re on this page, I’m guessing you like reading at least a little bit as well. This page is an ongoing log of books I find to be awesome or useful.

If you’re looking to create a well-rounded, successful college/school experience, you can’t go wrong with any of these books.

The power of Habits by Charles Duhigg

I love this book.

Ok, maybe that's a bit hyperbolic. But still - this book is absolutely amazing and I'd consider it essential reading for anyone who falls under the category of "human".

As it turns out, habits shape much more of our behavior than we realize. The habits we do have largely determine the progress (either good or bad) we make in life. Bad habits are hard to break, and good ones are hard to form.

This book has literally changed my day-to-day life in profound ways. Now that I know how habits work, I've built over 20 new ones - waking up early, drinking more water, doing basic exercises daily, etc. I've also broken bad habits, which I've been doing since I was a kid.

ZERO TO ONE by Peter Theil

Peter Theil, the guy who created PayPal and many other big startups. In this book he shares some of his insights he learned throughout his journey.

"This book delivers completely new and refreshing ideas on how to create value in this world."

- Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook

This book translates the minds of successful entrepreneurs and what differentiate them. I don't want to say much about this book, go and straightaway read yourself.

Deep Work by Carl Newport

Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World.

This one book is my personal favorite, which will help you dive deep in the secrets of focused working. It helped me to understand the importance of focused working and how our current habits are not in its favor.

Cal Newport tried to explain the practicability of deep work habits with various case studies and explain the benefits a knowledge worker per se a student can reap from it.

Truly speaking. If you want to create some value in this world and do work which is not easily replicable, then Deep work is your key.

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