If there’s one thing that I credit my growth and self-actualization over the years it would be books. A good book is nothing less than a conversation with a very smart person. Books have influenced my thinking and really made me the person that I’m today. I’m a voracious and a fast reader and read about 1-3 books/week.

Naturally, one of the most frequent questions I get asked is what kind of books I’m reading and whether I can recommend a book or two. So, instead of replying to each person individually, I’m embarking on a new experiment. Every week, I will do a podcast where I will review a book or two. I will discuss what the book is about, who is it for, the main argument of the book, and even relate it to some of my experiences. I will also discuss some action steps you can take that will improve your life.

Areas I will be covering includes business, technology, politics, entrepreneurship, philosophy, psychology, and more. I will not be reviewing fiction books.

In today’s inaugural episode, I discuss two of the most influential books that I’ve read. Although, there are many books that have influenced me over the years, if someone came up to me with a gun and asked me which two books I can recommend, it would be these two.

Enjoy the inaugural podcast and let me know what you think.

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James Maverick

James Maverick

James Maverick used to work in a cubicle as a code monkey in Silicon Valley. Then, in 2007, he quit his job and a one-way ticket to Brazil. Ever since, he continued to travel, visiting over 85 countries and living in more than a dozen of them. He loved his location-independent lifestyle and has no plans to live in America.

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