Reading List for My Mentees

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OyeTimothy
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Those books up there seems like ones I have to read as soon as possible. Maybe, I will have to enroll for the mentorship because it seems there's lot to be gained.
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I have read many books on the list. I understand your remarks about the book called Zonas the quema. Jorge had a fantastic life with many life lessons that I enjoyed reading about.
JUSTIN CHRISTENSEN
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Just wanted to pop back in here and drop a plug for Mark Victor Hansen: Relentless! I finished that book just last month and was blown away - I've never read a biography that I enjoyed that much or that made me think so deeply about my own career choices. 10/10, if you're here and unsure what to read next pick that one up!
Sanju Lali
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Quite helpful list to add more book on want to read book shelf. I am sure that the list is made after ensuring that a reader would definitely have some takeaways.
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Has anyone who speaks and reads Spanish read Zonas de Quema by Jorge P. Newbery? What were your thoughts?

I am trying to read more books in Spanish. Also, if there are any other recommendations for books in Spanish that would be most appreciated!
Mikespice Mike
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Am almost done reading those books and they have helped me alot mentally and even in my daily basis
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Thank you for giving us the opportunity to read such amazing book. Congratulations.
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I it together is my best book have read so far
Vincent Nyabwari
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Most of the books on that list are amazing and i could confidently recommend them to readers who enjoys their free times reading
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I wanted to expand on the unfakeable code. I finished reading it a couple of weeks ago, and I’m still not convinced by it. I appreciated the basic concept the author was trying to convey, that we have to follow our true self in order to live a happier and more fulfilling life. However, some of the author’s ideas I don’t agree with. For example, what I understood from this narration is that the author thinks that we distance ourselves from our “true authentic self” because we become subordinate to other people’s desires. As a result, we create new personas which, from what I got, is not a good thing. I wholly disagree with the author, because I truly believe that we become who we are thanks to our interaction with different people throughout our lives. We don’t form masks or façades, we form our personality through our experiences. Do you agree?
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Thank you Scott for this wonderful compilations. I have read some of the books listed and they are indeed great. I would add those I haven't read to my list and read them too.
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I have read 4 on the list, and I look forward to reading more!
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I've already read two of the books. Relentless and The Unfakable Code. I gotta say, they were pretty good influence over me. I don't regret reading any of the book. In fact, I've already posted a review about these two. I'm going to add these books to my bookshelves.
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I'd love to read all these books. Relentless was a great book. Inspirational and Motivating throughout its entirety.
Hyfr Zack
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I have read some of the books you listed. I had a great time reading them. Also, I would love to read the ones i haven't read. They seem inspiring and interesting. I can't wait to start. Thanks for the recommendations.
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