Alex Sicart: “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck About (Almost Anything)”
The author of the book is the blogger Mark Manson. This is a best-selling self-help guide that demystifies wishful thinking. Fuck positivity! That’s what Alex Sicart likes, which he’s currently participating in cryptosolartech, from this book that instead of painting a pink scenario where everything depends on your will, remember that we are not all perfect and the world is not always fair. Manson advises that knowing our limitations and accepting ourselves is preferable.
Yaiza Canosa: “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People”
The CEO of GOI Yaiza Canosa says she doesn’t just read business books, she almost prefers short stories. But when we ask them to choose one in the first category that has personally impacted them, the title comes to mind: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Stephen R Covey. One of the reasons he recommends reading it is the pragmatism of the content. “I like it because it’s not just theory, but can be applied in everyday life,” he says.
Euge Oller: “Sapiens. From animals to gods
To the person in charge flash books and from start learning It’s hard for him to stick to a single title that he can recommend. In the end, he chooses one that he thinks all of us, entrepreneurs or not, should read and that’s Sapiens. From beasts to gods, where the author, Yuval Noah Harari, offers a “brief history of mankind”. International Best Sellers in the Nonfiction category, covering book reviews from the time when the first humans began to walk the earth, with their attendant biological changes, to the latest advances in science and technology. A book that invites you to think.
Oscar Repiso: “The obstacle is the way”
The American Ryan vacation is the author of the book “The Obstacle is the Way”, published in 2014. This is the book recommended by Oscar Repiso, CEO of speed4lift , which reading helped him persevere and not throw in the towel in moments of despair. In fact, Holiday’s book reviews the lives of several historical figures, examples of stoicism and resilience, who managed to overcome the obstacles that faced their lives. From here, Holiday defines principles and strategies that allow people to thrive, motivated by those very obstacles, and turn the causes of frustration into opportunity.
Jorge Campos: “How to Win Friends and Influence Others”
The CEO of doozymob Jorge Campos has chosen a classic for his recommendations: ‘How to Win Friends and Influence Others’ , the work of Continue Carnegie which was published in 1936. Since then, more than 15 million copies have been sold worldwide. It’s classified as a self-help book, although Jorge Campos says seeing people, rather than seeing customers, employees, suppliers or competitors, has helped him most.
And if you need to recommend a more recent one, choose one of your areas of expertise and a Spanish author: Ricardo Tayar CEO of Apartment 101 and his latest post: ‘CRO design and development of digital companies’, a book whose first edition sold out in just a month. In an article I talked about Tim Ferris, I did the interview, they didn’t take me, I said thank god because I’m lazy, and Tim Ferris was all about Learn Startuo, entrepreneurship and easy shops and what you can get ahead so you can get them in the end just keep going
Alberto Mera: “The 4-hour week”
This is the book for which the person responsible adventurer, Alberto Mera, once told us that his life had changed. The book of Timothy Ferris It becomes a handy guide to reorganizing your time and having hours to do what you really like and feel like doing.
Alberto Mera recommended another book in another publication: “Deceived by Chance: The Hidden Role of Chance in Life and in the Markets”, by the Lebanese writer Nassim Nicholas Taleb who has devoted part of his life to the analysis of luck, uncertainty, probability and knowledge. He is an essayist, researcher, and financier, and a member of the Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University.