• Tribes by Seth Godin · My rating: 3/5 · Being part of something is a natural desire. A group with a shared vision becomes a tribe and tribes needs leadership. This book is about what it means to lead a tribe and how to do it.
  • The Way of the Superior Man by David Deida · My rating: 3/5 · About the balance (or polarity) between men and women. Everyone knows that men and women are different but this book explains it—in a repetitive way so that you really understand—how much different we are and what we can do about it.
  • Some Thoughts About Relationships by Colin Wright · My rating: 4/5 · Relationships are hard, and cultural knowledge and archetypes aren't helping. Talks about relationships in a rational way. Even though it might sound distant or cold, the way it's written makes complete sense. The ideas are pragmatic and, in most cases, actionable.
  • Lying by Sam Harris · My rating: 3/5 · Defines “lying” and explains how to be honest all the time. Even though it might seem trivial, it's a lot harder than it seems. Includes several examples to help you be honest. Being honest is the greatest gift you can give.