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."
Tony Robbins: "What I love about 'Tribe of Mentors' is that it distills key habits and beliefs of ultra-successful people and also dives into some of life’s larger questions, like what makes life meaningful. Highly recommended!"
Brian Armstrong: "This book discusses a way of approaching work where you are curious, eager to learn, and open, instead of focusing on blame, criticism, and commitment to being right. I found it to be quite helpful."
Mark Cuban: "In Hopping over the Rabbit Hole, Scaramucci provides invaluable and pragmatic advice on how to start a business, continuously improve your professional acumen and transform failure into opportunity.
I took two big things away from this book: (1) the ultimate freedom is the ability to choose your attitude in the face of any circumstance and (2) the more you target success, the more you will miss it."
This book was on Sam Altman's bookshelf.
Naval Ravikant mentioned Man's Search for Meaning on Twitter.
Tony Robbins: "In Behind the Cloud, Marc Benioff takes us through the ups and downs of building one of the most extraordinary businesses of our time and reveals the tactics that gave salesforce.com its amazing edge.
One of the books Keith Rabois recommends for entrepreneurs.
One of four good books Aaron Levie highly recommends reading.