Jack Dorsey is the billionaire co-founder and CEO of Twitter and Square. In 2006, he launched Twitter alongside co-founders Evan Williams, Biz Stone, and Noah Glass. Jack remained CEO of Twitter until 2008, when Evan Williams took over the role.
Shortly after, in February 2009, Jack founded Square in his hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. As CEO, Jack grew Square from an idea to one of America's largest payment companies.
In July 2015, Jack once again became the CEO of Twitter (in addition to his CEO role at Square) after the resignation of Dick Costolo. Below is the list of books Jack Dorsey has recommended over the years.
Tony Robbins: "I found it to be truly extraordinary."
Arianna Huffington: "Beautifully written and filled with such wisdom."
Tim Ferriss: "I highly recommend this book. It has already changed how I think about making decisions in my life and in my business, how I think about managing, how I think about managing, how I think about communications between teams."
Naval Ravikant: "As with most non-fiction, the meat was in the beginning."
Jack Dorsey: "Incredible book by Christopher Ryan. And timely."
Marc Andreessen: "Steve Jobs is the person who most inspires the new generation of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs. In this deeply-researched book, you'll find the most honest portrait of the real Steve Jobs."
Jack Dorsey says this book had a major influence on him.
One of Sam Altman's answers to "What are some of the best books you recommend for a young startup founder?"