It’s fitting that one of my last books of the year is also one of the best books I’ve ever read. It’s nice to end the year on such a high note. You need to pick up The Almanack of Naval Ravikant today.
Ravikant is a brilliant entrepreneur I’ve been following since hearing him on The Joe Rogan Experience. His outlook on life is one I have been trying to adopt. That outlook is laid out nicely in the book. He didn’t write the book. Instead, all his public statements, including a lot of tweets, were scraped and organized into this quick read.
If you read just one book in the next year, it should be this one because it is so large, yet so small. Ravikant’s views on business, morality, spirituality, health, and much more are succinctly displayed and organized so that you can absorb decades of knowledge in three or four hours.
Pick up this book. I cannot recommend it more.