Peter Thiel: "First published in 2011, but its message is evergreen: how scientists are directly attacking the problem of aging and death and why we should fight for life instead of accepting decay as inevitable.
Joe Rogan: "Sex at Dawn is incredible."
Sex at Dawn was mentioned on Shane Parrish's podcast with Naval Ravikant.
One of Sahil Lavingia's most recommended books.
One of 10 biographies Jason Calacanis recommends reading.
Mark Zuckerberg: "The book is about the concept of "common knowledge" and how people process the world not only based on what we personally know, but what we know other people know and our shared knowledge as well.
Joe Rogan: "Guns Germs and Steel is an amazing book."
Included on Jamie Dimon's list of favorite books he sent to JP Morgan summer interns in 2010.
Mark Zuckerberg: "It's a history of the world written by an intellectual who lived in the 1300s. It focuses on how society and culture flow, including the creation of cities, politics, commerce and science.
While much of what was believed then is now disproven after 700 more years of progress, it's still very interesting to see what was understood at this time and the overall worldview when it's all considered together."
Brian Chesky: "Bob's book is great and he's an excellent CEO."
Karlie Kloss: "I really admire Bob [Iger] and his opinions"
Naval Ravikant: "Didn't finish it. Good book but not as seminal as Sapiens."
Raoul Pal enjoyed reading 'Homo Deus'.
Arianna Huffington: “Important . . . This is a great moment for all of us—women and men—to acknowledge that the current male-dominated model of success isn’t working for women, and it’s not working for men, either.
Warren Buffett: “I think this is one of the best books I've ever read.”