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Lifelong learning

Sometimes the essence of a book is enough to get a notion of a topic. Sometimes you have to read the whole thing. So here is a listing of people who made book listings, where you can read summaries of read worthy books. 

Nat Eliason

Summaries, Notes, and Reviews from Books I’ve Read

Most of the important things I’ve learned have come from books, articles, speeches, and other media. After seeing how Derek Sivers publicizes his book notes, I decided I would publicize all of my summaries and notes from books, speeches, articles, and other things I was reading.

To get the notes, click on any linked title. I included short snippets and ratings to give you an idea of what you might find interesting. I’ve roughly categorized it by topic, some of these are broad, some are narrow, it’ll change with time.

The notes and summaries are meant to be concise, reminding me of high-level concepts and not trying to recreate the whole book. You can use them to remind yourself of something you read or to decide on something new to read.


Derek Sivers

Tiny summary but detailed notes for each. Use the ISBN number to find it from your local library or anywhere else. This page will constantly update as I read more, so bookmark it if you want to check back in a few months.

Sorted with my top recommendations up top. Sort by title, newest, or best.


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"The 32 Most Important Books I’ve Read In My Life (So Far)" by Elisa Doucette.



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Dan Sanchez

24 Books I’ve Read in the Past 12 Months. Plus 4 I’m enjoying now, and my top 6 out of all of them.


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