Derek Sivers is an American writer, musician, programmer and entrepreneur. Wikipedia
Source: "Great, little book [...] that I highly recommend." - Derek Sivers
Source: "A great overview of the lessons of Charlie Munger (partner of Warren Buffett) - and his approach to checklists of multi-disciplinary models to guide clear thinking." - Derek Sivers
Source: "Wonderful considerate book about conversational people skills." - Derek Sivers
Source: "I found when reading it that the quirky philosophy I've been living my life by since 17 matches up exactly with a 2000-year-old philosophy called Stoicism." - Derek Sivers
Source: "Harvard professor of psychology has studied happiness for years, and shares factual findings that will change the way you look at the world." - Derek Sivers
Source: "This book was the first of [Tony Robbins books] I read, and it asked me crucial questions about the stories I was telling myself that were limiting my growth." - Brian Koppelman
Source: Derek Sivers recommended this book in the "Tools of Titans" book.
Source: "Many new brilliant insights, especially about over-estimating the differences between you and others, thereby separating into us-vs-them tribalism." - Derek Sivers
Source: "I love his thinking, especially [this book]." - Derek Sivers
Source: "Profound idea that everyone has a primary time focus: either Future-focused, Present-focused, or Past-focused. Fascinating implications of each." - Derek Sivers
Source: Derek Sivers mentioned this book on "The Tim Ferriss Show" podcast.
Source: "Was huge." - Dave Camarillo
Source: "[This is the book I've given most often as a gift] because I’m fascinated with understanding the mindset of a place." - Derek Sivers
Source: Ray Dalio mentioned this book in his book, "Principles."
Source: "Awesomely creative think-piece. 40 very short fictional stories about what happens when you die." - Derek Sivers
Source: "Great blunt advice about writing better non-fiction. So inspiring." - Derek Sivers
Source: "One of the most influential books in my life." - Aubrey Marcus
Source: "Brilliant reversal of all of the 'how to manage all your crap' books." - Derek Sivers