"One thing that really has stuck with me is that [this book] talks about that you should be grateful all the time." - A.J. Jacobs
On the "favorite books" section of Barack Obama's Facebook profile.
Caterina Fake mentioned this book on "The Tim Ferriss Show" podcast.
"Was and remains the biggest influence on my thinking." - Hillary Clinton
"Probably the most amazing thing you haven’t read yet." - Kevin Kelly
"The first book that I found a lot of truth in it, and then I was able to share that with people." - Laird Hamilton
"To learn that it's easier to be told by others what to think and believe than it is to think for yourself." - Neil deGrasse Tyson
Peter Thiel says The New Testament has influenced him more than The Old Testament.
"A very interesting book to keep going back to to get a glimpse of humanity." - Ricardo Semler
"A big one." - Ryan Flaherty
Most Recommended Books reached out to Tim Draper directly.
"Everybody, of course, should be familiar with [this book], which is a way of being taught through both parables and tales of people and their values." - Walter Isaacson
Wim Hof's answer to "What do you give to people as gifts?"
"[The best document] in human history that [is] the product of a committee." - Christopher Hitchens
"I go back to it all the time." - Cathie Wood
"Better than Pinterest." - Kanye West
"I was influenced forever by the New Testament. I love the Beatitudes, informing us that the meek shall inherit the earth." - Maya Angelou
Russell Moore recommended this book on Twitter.
One of Winston Churchill's favorite books.