May I also suggest that before you go on a reading rampage, you read through Tim Ferriss’ Speed Reading Method. (You can find it in your 4HWW pages 85-86). A similar, longer article can be found here.
The Real Book of Real Estate
Robert Kiyosaki has assembled a team of people who know about real estate from the inside out and their advice, insights and experiences are included in this compilation. My two sons, Don Jr. and Eric, have contributed, and so have I. This is a great book whether you are a long time investor or a first time buyer.
The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles
A small but powerful book on the creative process–and how to make that process work for you. Concise and helpful.
Conventional thinking is scrutinized and the shifting of power is approached from perspectives that include history, economics and more.
Today, more than ever, women need to financially savvy, and this book can help to improve your financial future.
The Golden Ratio
“The story of phi, the world’s most astonishing number.” This book has a surprising scope and is of interest whether or not you are a math whiz.
Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln
Doris Kearns Goodwin
Goodwin reveals just how brilliant Lincoln was, with a political spin that has historical as well as contemporary interest.
Ideas And Opinions
Einstein was not just a scientist, but a great mind at work on many topics, which are covered here.
The Last Lion: Winston Spencer Churchill
This is Manchester’s second volume on Churchill. It gives a great insight into Churchill as well as World War II.