scottlilly: Started my interest in Lean principles, along with how to apply them to programming - imagining my programs as little data "factories", that need to be made efficient and efficiently. read comments

drivativ: Covers the kind of fundamentals of science everyone should understand. read comments

matwood: As I have advanced in my career, it became clear that leadership and communication are the keys to success. EO (and related books by the same author) provides so many varied benefits... read comments

Houshalter: Rationality: from AI to Zombies really changed my way of thinking in many ways. It's very hard to describe it or sell it in a few sentences. Partly because it covers so many different things. read comments

gmishuris: An excellent analysis of what makes some cultures great and others toxic. read comments

leoh: Proposes, convincingly, that life has drastically improved for nearly everyone on earth due to a shifting philosophical orientation towards enlightenment values; proposes that... read comments

kethinov: "An insider's groundbreaking investigation of how the global elite's efforts to 'change the world' preserve the status quo and obscure their role in causing the problems they later seek to solve." read comments

mindcrime: Really solid overview of the essentials of product management. read comments

dvirsky: Pretty short, but interesting and does a nice job at dissecting the mistakes we make that lead to software complexity. read comments

gammarator: Can a normal person become a memory champion? Joshua Foer covers a lot of ground in this well-written book, including extensive historical background as well as... read comments