2017 Book List

Reading is lifting for your mind.

  1. New World Ronin‘ By Victor Pride (Nick Kelly)
  2. One Day In The Life Of Ivan Denisovich‘ By Alexander Solzhenitsyn(Introduction By Yevgeny Yevtushenko)
  3. Furiously Happy‘ By Jenny Lawson
  4. The “Have More” Plan’ By Ed and Carolyn Robinson
  5. On Leadership‘ By John W. Gardner
  6. The War of Art‘ Stephen Pressfield
  7. Positive Masculinity‘ By Rollo Tomassi
  8. Tides of War‘ By Stephen Pressfield
  9. A Father’s Mission‘ By Neil White
  10. Gendernomics‘ By Black Label Logic
  11. Think and Go Hustle‘ By Dylan Madden
  12. ‘The Appearance of Power’ By Tanner Guzy

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8 thoughts on “2017 Book List

  1. I second Furiously Happy (and her first book ‘Let’s Pretend This Never Happened’), Jenny is such a funny writer.

    • I read it after finishing ‘New World Ronin’ at the airport, so glad my buddy had it on him.

      I was giggling like an idiot the entire flight.

  2. Hunter,
    Congratulations on your book. I have a question though. I was running your program a little late and was scheduled to finish the day after tomorrow. I made it a point not to sneak peak on what was in store for me and now I feel somewhat lost :-/
    Ok, I could just buy the book, and I will because it is good stuf, but transforming from nice guy mindset I have a hard time asking for what I want. So to practice what I’ve learned I’m asking if you could send me the three last posts? I would really appreciate the good gesture.

  3. I haven’t read Solzhenitsyn since my Sophomore/Junior year of High School. I don’t know why, exactly, but the book fascinated me. Maybe it was the misery and drugery of it all, maybe because it was winter when I read it the first time and the bitter cold helped stir my imagination regarding the even more brutal and bitter Siberian cold. Good choice, though. Definitely going to have to read it again.

    • It’s great.

      To read about how the slightest of things bring the greatest of joy.

      Puts our comforts into perspective.

  4. The Have More Plan is a great book.

    I swear everything I grow myself tastes ten times better. Need to find a couple acres to settle down on

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