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10 libros con forma de mi vida, y otros 40 I Love

Ed. lector de Irlanda recientemente preguntó:
Todavía estoy realmente sólo un principiante en el Zen hábitos y estilo de vida de su sitio como me da una gran cantidad de información útil al instante. ¿Cree usted que existen los libros, los sitios por los que podría sugerir que realmente hizo una impresión de usted?
Esa es una difícil. Soy un amante del libro, para [...]

Lector Ed de Irlanda recientemente preguntó:

Todavía estoy realmente sólo un principiante en el Zen hábitos y estilo de vida de su sitio como me da una gran cantidad de información útil al instante. ¿Cree usted que existen los libros, los sitios por los que podría sugerir que realmente hizo una impresión de usted?

Esa es una difícil.Soy un amante del libro, para ser sinceros, y elegir sólo algunos libros que han influido en mí es como elegir entre sus bebés. Sin embargo, he decidido compartir un gran número de libros que han moldeado la manera en que yo creo, y que yo recomiendo. Estos no están en orden:

  1. Simplifique su vida y Vivir la vida simple por Elaine St. James. I listed this first because it is one of the books that most influenced the simple philosophy behind this site. I began simplifying my life when I first read these books a decade ago,ythough I’ve had some upsydowns, I credit my love for simplifying to these books. They’re an easy readythere are some great tips in there.
  2. Su dinero o su vida by Joe DominguezyVicki Robins. No book on money is more important. If you haven’t read this book yet, you must. It’s simply life transforming,ytakes the way most people look at moneyyturns it on its head. My philosophy about money stems from this book.
  3. Hacer las cosas por David Allen. This is not a surprise for people who read this site. When I first read about GTD, I overhauled my organizationalyproductivity habits,yhave been refining them ever since. This book’s methods guide much of the writing on this site, even if I’ve adapted them to suit my needs.
  4. Los 7 Hábitos de la Gente Altamente Efectiva por Stephen Covey. I was highly enthusiastic about this book when I first read it about 15 years ago, but then I kind of forgot about it for a long time. Until recently, when I was looking for ways to fill in gaps in GTD,yrealized that Covey’s concepts are perfect. Now, my productivity/goals system is a blend of GTD, Covey, simplificationya few others.
  5. El Arte de la Felicidad por el Dalai Lama. Me enseñó más acerca de la compasión que cualquier otro libro que he leído. Para que por sí sola, el libro vale su peso en oro.
  6. El consentimiento de fabricación por Noam Chomsky. This was a hard book to swallow when I was a journalist, as it cuts to the heart of the mass media (also known as corporate media). Chomsky’s writings awoke in me, as they did in many others, an awareness of the politicalycorporate machine that affects all of our lives. When people ask me how I can boycott readingywatching the news for two years (”You need to be aware of the world around you!”), I would point them to this book. The reading is a bit dense, but it’s powerful.
  7. ¿Es la oferta nocturna por F. Scott Fitzgerald. Although Gatsby is more highly regarded, I think because it is more compactly writtenytouches on themes considered more important, Tender is the book I read firstyit is the book that truly awed me with the unmatchable beauty of Fitzgerald’s writing. He writes poetryymusic in the form of prose,yhis ear for rhythm of language is unmatched. My heart aches when I read this book.
  8. Dublineses de James Joyce. I think this book changed me because it taught me how powerful literature can be. I went on to read even more powerful stuff from Joyce, but this was the first,yit made all other literature I read before it seem like light reading. And Joyce captures beautyysadnessyhumanity in the smallest things,yhis mastery of the language is unmatched except by Shakespeare.
  9. Cuna de gato por Kurt Vonnegut. I love everything by Vonnegut. I wanted to write something on this blog when he died, but I couldn’t put my feelings into words. He became a close friend, through his books,yhe was able to make fun of some of the most horrible things — things we don’t normally want to think about —ythus making them more digestible,ymore absurd at the same time. Cuna de gato is simply my favorite, but Slaughterhouse 5ythe rest are awesome too.
  10. El Esencial Gandhi . A great man captured in one little book. His words are profoundyhis actions even more so. Gandhi, more than anyone else, shaped my thinking about violenceypoliticsysimplicityythe power of our actions.

Estas son sólo las que se me ocurre que ha tenido el mayor impacto. Por supuesto, hay muchos otros.

Otros libros que he amado con todo mi corazón: Gatsby, Watership Down, Catcher in the Rye, To Kill a Mockingbird, Shibumi, anything by Joyce or Vonnegut or William Gibson or Terry Pratchett or Douglas Adams or Shakespeare or Dostoyevskyymost of Hemingway, Harry Potter, books by Lloyd AlexanderyShel Silverstein, the Unbearable Lightness of Being, Ann Patchett, Nick Hornby, Steinbeck, Chekhov, Beckett, Time Traveler’s Wife, Nabokov, Twain, Lord of the Ringsythe Hobbit, Raymond Chandler, Agatha Christie, Ken Kesey, Heinlein … I’m sure I could think of 50 others if I took the time.

¿Cuáles son sus libros favoritos, o aquellos que han cambiado su vida? Háganos saber en los comentarios.

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