I'm not a huge huge fan of Gary Vee, but it's hard to deny that he knows what he wants to spend time doing, and goes after it ruthlessly and with mastery. I think there's a lot to learn in this book about how he thinks about careers, work, and creative output.
Creative Selection is an introspection into the early aughts' inner workings of Apple, specifically its design process behind the most transformative technology products of their decades. Who can resist?
I'm fascinated by the increasing role that communities play in everything from entrepreneurship to finding meaning in life, and I've heard stellar recommendations for both this book and the podcast and duo behind it.
we still need to get thai food! this book looked cool. got a copy for myself, too.
The Innovator's Dilemma
Clayton M. Christensen
This book is about the seemingly inevitable process of disruption -- newcomers in certain industries become empowered to disrupt existing players in the marketplace. Tom from GitHub recommended this to me over the summer as we talked about entrepreneurship and innovation in SF.