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Source: On the "books read" section of Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook profile.
Source: This book was on Sam Altman's bookshelf.
Source: "Entertaining more than anything. I read [this book], I was like: I would never work for this guy. But entertaining and some good lessons." - Matt Mullenweg
Source: LeBron James was seen reading this book.
Source: Noah Kagan recommended this book in the "Tools of Titans" book.
Source: "A history of the world written by an intellectual who lived in the 1300s." - Mark Zuckerberg
Source: "The book is changing my perspective on what I thought smart was. This is transformative." - Mark Bell
Source: "It's mind-blowing that almost half the world -- almost 3 billion people -- live on $2.50 a day or less." - Mark Zuckerberg
Source: Stewart Brand recommended this book on his "Selected Books for the Manual for Civilization" blog post.
Source: "[Larry Ellison] considers [this book] his bible when it comes to management concepts." - Subbu Viswanathan
Source: "Such a fantastic book." - Tim Ferriss
Source: "A great book about [how] we’ve evolved and why we have anxiety." - Whitney Cummings
Source: "I've been personally interested as a student of Chinese culture, history and language. I'm looking forward to reading Paulson's perspective on what China's rise means for the world." - Mark Zuckerberg
Source: "Explores important topics around how energy works, how our production and use might evolve, and how this affects climate change." - Mark Zuckerberg
Source: "It argues compellingly that everything is not only going to be OK in the future, it is surely going to be Fucking Great. That much, I agree with." - MMM
Source: "[Looks] at Bell Labs, which was one of the most innovative labs in history." - Mark Zuckerberg
Source: "Explores the different kinds of social institutions and incentives that nations have applied to encourage prosperity, economic development and elimination of poverty." - Mark Zuckerberg