Tribe of Mentors — Recommended Books from Mentors and Top Books from Tools of Titans
The list below includes all the mentors in alphabetical order from Tribe of Mentors who have made book recommendations. I have also included the top most recommended books (two or more mentions) on the top. You will also find at the bottom of the post the top most recommended books from Tools of Titans as well. Enjoy!
Top Books (2 or more mentions):
Ulmer, Kristen: The Wisdom of the Enneagram (Don Richard Riso and Russ Hudson), The Power of Now (Eckhart Tolle)
Top 17 from Tools of Titans (with three or more mentions in the book):
Posted on: November 18, 2017.
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13 comments on “ Tribe of Mentors — Recommended Books from Mentors and Top Books from Tools of Titans ”
TOM is great so far! Love the look! The gold gloss is awesome 🙂 thank you for making this list 😀 keep up the good work and keep inspiring
I can’t wait to read the book! It looks like another gem of yours. Can I ask if you could recommend a good book about public speaking? Making presentations and running meetings? That would be awesome! Thank you.
I really surprised not to see in those lists even once “Think and grow rich” by Napoleon Hill and “As a man thinketh” by James Allen
too many darts on the wall amigo. it’s too easy to just agree with the ones i’ve read. how about a more refined list?
which books were mentioned 5 or more times?
any books mentioned 8 or more times?
Hi there, I also was curious, here is the list of titles appearing more than twice:
Man’s Search For Meaning 6
Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind 3
Tao Te Ching 3
The 4-Hour Workweek 3
The Alchemist 3
The Better Angels of our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined 3
The Fountainhead 3
The only top books I’ve ready are yours and War of Art. I better get moving.
Did anyone mention any of Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s works? That’s a shame. He’d be great on either podcast.
I recall many of Tim’s early guests mentioned Taleb, but I can’t see their names in this list.
Tim, thanks for all your hard work! Please interview Yuval Noah Harari of Sapiens & Homo Deus!!
I’ve been making my way through a few of these books this year. My two favorites so far are Sapiens and Poor Charlie’s Almanack. Thank you for all the work that you do and time that you give—it’s much appreciated!
The bible is The Beat Book I have read ! Nothing comes close. But that’s me.