It’s easier to put on the blinders than to admit deficiencies and begin the hard journey towards improvement. Tim says it best: most people’s idea of a a job “is predicated on the assumption that you dislike what you are doing during the most physically capable years of your life. This book tears that paradigm apart and gives you the perspective to become so much more than your job title.The statistical truth is, most dudes are average at making money, attracting women, and having sex. This is a nonstarter—nothing can justify that sacrifice.” And after years of investing your energy into something you aren’t really even passionate about “your job description becomes your self description.”Fuck. It will help you focus on the most important things in life and free your time to live fully.2) Sex God Method (sorry, this one is tough to find these days)What is is about: How to be better at sex. What is does: Teaches you that sex isn’t mechanical.
From case studies of how companies successfully rebrand themselves to insights from neuroscientists into how habits actually form in the brain, this book demonstrates that trying to make a lasting, positive change might be more doable than we think. I’m about to imply that you are not as perfect as you may want to believe. Pass them up at your own peril.1) The Four Hour Work Week What it is about: A how-to guide on dramatically reducing the amount of time you spend on stuff you don’t like. What is does: Gives you clarity on what matters in your life and what you need to make it happen (financially and psychologically). You’ve got nothing to lose in reading them but a few bucks and a few hours time.Translation: they’re not particularly good at those things. Good sex has little to do with duration, or measurements, or numbers or all the things young boys tease one another about. Trust me when I say that it will affect your relationships in every single way. And I’m about to imply that the solution is reading 7 books with ridiculously cheesy, self-helpy titles. Hint: The answer does NOT involve compound interest.