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Glenn Stovall • Edited

For Non-coding books,

Here are mine:

Millionaire Fastlane -- Got me thinking about acquiring assets instead of increasing income.

Value-Based Pricing -- Got me thinking about charging based on value, not on hours.

Essentialism, Deep Work -- Got me thinking about depth, not breadth.

So Good They Can't Ignore You -- Got me thinking about outputs, not inputs.

Just F***ing Ship -- Got me thinking about shipping, not just working.

The Gervais Principle -- Got me thinking about social interactions, not just quality of work.

The Entrepreneur's Guide to Keeping Your Sh*t Together -- Got me thinking about how to better keep my sh*t together

Improv Wisdom -- Got me to live in the moment, and not over plan.

The War of Art (and the rest of the trilogy) -- Got me to accept that inner battles are part of the deal.

F*** Feelings -- Taught me that everyone feels weird illogical things and that is okay.

SPIN Selling -- Taught me that sales are not sleazy, but it is the art of matching people with problems with solutions.

The Brain Audit -- Taught me how and why people buy.

The Elements of Style -- How to write gooder.

The Personal MBA -- How to business.

Getting Things Done -- Taught me how to organize, relieve anxiety, and well, get more done.