Naval Ravikant is an Indian-American entrepreneur and investor. Wikipedia
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: "I’ve been enjoying Charlie Munger’s speeches online for years; this is the ultimate collection of the best of them." - Daniel Ek
Source: "Nuclear physics, space travel, and other topics made easy." - Bill Gates
Source: One of Peter Attia's answers to "any books you feel would make your reading list?"
Source: "Jealousy is a societal creation and great ways to be aware of why it happens." - Noah Kagan
Source: "Best thing I’ve seen on this topic." - Sam Altman
Source: Naval Ravikant's answer to "if you want anyone to read a favorite book you've read, which would it be?"
Source: "[If you read this book and "Basic Economics"] you'll know more than all or your classmates combined about the basic workings of free markets and economics." - Ben Shapiro
Source: "Without judgment, he just lays down how con men work." - Naval Ravikant
Source: Matt Mullenweg added this book to his "29 Books in 2019" list.
Source: One of Naval Ravikant's answers to "any particular Game Theory books you recommend?"
Source: Naval Ravikant tweeted about this book.
Source: "Substantially above average." - Patrick Collison
Source: "Decades ago, it didn’t make sense. Years ago, it changed my life, but I felt late." - Naval Ravikant
Source: "Best book I've read in . Physics, poetry, philosophy and history packaged in a very accessible form." - Naval Ravikant
Source: Noah Kagan recommended this book in the "Tools of Titans" book.
Source: "One of the books that tremendously influenced me when I started PayPal." - Peter Thiel
Source: "I can quote [this book] by heart." - Naval Ravikant
Source: Naval Ravikant mentioned this book on "The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish" podcast.