🌼Naval Ravikant Will Make You More Intelligent With These Mind-Blowing Books


🌼Naval Ravikant Will Make You More Intelligent With These Mind-Blowing Books

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I’ve reached a point in my life where I enjoy nothing more than sitting down and reading books. They helped me to learn new things, become a better person, and improve my life 10x more than I ever thought possible.


The legendary entrepreneur, Naval Ravikant, feels the same way. After finishing high school, he visited the library each evening and read for several hours. Naval called books “the foundation of knowledge” because they were a foundational aspect of his journey to success. “If you like reading,” he said, “you’re set for life!”

Here are some of Naval Ravikant’s favorite books. All of them are fascinating, insightful, and rewired my brain to think in a completely different way. Hopefully, they’ll do the same for you, too.

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  • Meditations by Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius was the Emperor of Rome from 161 to 180 AD. He was, therefore, one of the most powerful people on the planet. Yet, in this collection of diary entries, Marcus frequently preached the importance of tolerance, empathy, and respect.

When you read this book, you’ll realize that humans have been facing the same problems for thousands of years. After all, Marcus writes about the struggle of getting out of bed each morning. He also discusses anxiety, depression, and many other things you probably experience in daily life.

Meditations by Marcus Aurelius will help you to feel less lonely on your journey to becoming a better person. And maybe, just maybe, it’ll rewire your brain and help you to view situations from a new perspective.

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Here are some of my favorite quotes from the book:

“You have power over your mind — not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.”

“Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.”

“Accept the things to which fate binds you, and love the people with whom fate brings you together, but do so with all your heart.”

“If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself, but to your estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment.”

“I have often wondered how it is that every man loves himself more than all the rest of men, but yet sets less value on his own opinion of himself than on the opinion of others.”

  • Tools Of Titans by Tim Ferriss

This is a fascinating book! Tools Of Titans is unlike anything I’ve ever read because it contains countless interviews with the most successful people in the world.

That’s not an exaggeration. In Tools Of Titans, Tim Ferriss interviews billionaires, athletes, and bestselling authors. And their responses will help you to unlock a future of unlimited possibility.

Read this book as soon as possible!


Here are some of my favorite quotes from the book:

“The world is changed by your example, not by your opinion.”

“When 99% of people doubt you, you’re either gravely wrong or about to make history.”

“Productivity is for robots. What humans are going to be really good at is asking questions, being creative, and experiences.”

“Give vulnerability a shot. Give discomfort its due. Because I think he or she who is willing to be the most uncomfortable is not only the bravest, but rises the fastest.”

“The most important trick to be happy is to realize that happiness is a choice that you make and a skill that you develop. You choose to be happy, and then you work at it. It’s just like building muscles.”

The Rational Optimist: How Prosperity Evolves by Matt Ridley

Naval Ravikant called The Rational Optimist one of the best non-fiction books in the world. It has also been recommended by Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and countless others.

In The Rational Optimist, Matt debunks the false myth that the world is getting worse. He also provides data to prove food availability, income, and life span are rising. Meanwhile, child mortality, violence, and Malaria deaths are down — around the world.

If you read a lot of negative news articles, it’s easy to lose sight of how far humanity has come over the past few decades. Because although we still have a long way to go, it’s important to recognize our progress, achievements, and hard work to create a better future.


Here are some of my favorite quotes from the book:

  • “At some point, human intelligence became collective and cumulative in a way that happened to no other animal.”
  • “Random violence makes the news precisely because it is so rare, routine kindness does not make the news precisely because it is so commonplace.”
  • “It is strange to me that most people assume companies will be imperfect (as they are), but they assume that government agencies will be perfect, which they are not.”
  • “Humanity is experiencing an extraordinary burst of evolutionary change, driven by good old-fashioned Darwinian natural selection. But it is selection among ideas, not among genes.”
  • “Because it is a monopoly, government brings inefficiency and stagnation to most things it runs; government agencies pursue the inflation of their budgets rather than the service of their customers; pressure groups form an unholy alliance with agencies to extract more money from taxpayers for their members. Yet despite all this, most clever people still call for government to run more things and assume that if it did so, it would somehow be more perfect, more selfless, next time.”

Contributed by James White

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